Standard Swedish standard · SS-ISO 14850-1:2010

Nuclear energy - Waste-packages activity measurement - Part 1: High-resolution gamma spectrometry in integral mode with open geometry (ISO 14850-1:2004, IDT)

Status: Valid

Scope
This part of ISO 14850 describes a procedure for measurements of gamma-emitting radionuclide activity in the following homogeneous objects:
- unconditioned waste, including process waste (filters, control rods, etc.), dismantling waste, etc.;
- waste conditioned in various matrices (bitumen, hydraulic binder, thermosetting resins, etc.), notably in the form of 100 l, 200 l, 400 l or 800 l drums, and test specimens or samples, (vitrified waste);
- waste packaged in a container, notably technological waste.

It also specifies the calibration of the gamma spectrometry chain.

The gamma energies used generally range from 0,05 MeV to 3 MeV.

Subjects

Special wastes (13.030.30) Radiation measurements (17.240)


Product information

Language: English

Written by: SIS - Materialteknik

International title: Nuclear energy - Waste-packages activity measurement - Part 1: High-resolution gamma spectrometry in integral mode with open geometry (ISO 14850-1:2004, IDT)

Article no: STD-75392

Edition: 1

Approved: 9/20/2010

No of pages: 36