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Dispersion of Radioactive Material in Air and Water and Consideration of Population Distribution in Site Evaluation for Nuclear Power Plants

NS-G-3.2

Dispersion of Radioactive Material in Air and Water and Consideration of Population Distribution in Site Evaluation for Nuclear Power Plants

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NS-G-3.2

Dispersion of Radioactive Material in Air and Water and Consideration of Population Distribution in Site Evaluation for Nuclear Power Plants

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Footnotes
1To be superseded by a Safety Requirements publication on Safety of Nuclear Power Plants: Site Evaluation, in the Safety Standards Series.
2The effective height of discharge will depend on the buoyancy of the plume and on building wake effects.
3If the publications referenced in this Safety Guide are used in the modelling of dispersion, the applicability of the model to a particular site and plant state (normal operation or accident conditions) should be verified, because these references do not directly address issues which may arise in site evaluation for nuclear power plants.
4The term ‘normalized concentration’ as used here means the ratio of the actual concentration to the release rate.
5The critical group is a group of members of the public which is reasonably homogeneous with respect to its exposure for a given radiation source and given exposure pathway and is typical of individuals receiving the highest effective dose or equivalent dose (as applicable) by the given exposure pathway from the given source.
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Tags applicable to this publication

  • Publication type:Specific Safety Guide
  • Publication number: NS-G-3.2
  • Publication year: 2002
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