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NKS-B GammaSem seminar 1617 September 2009


Does our software tell us the truth (or should we burn the Black Box)?

Gordon Gilmore, Nuclear Training Services Ltd.

 

Gamma spectrometry at Risø DTU

Sven Poul Nielsen, National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy at the Technical University of Denmark

 

Gamma spectrometry at IFE

Rajdeep Sidhu, Institute for Energy Technology

 

General overview of gamma spectrometry activities at FFI

Hanne Breivik, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment

 

Gamma spectrometry at the accredited laboratory of STUK

Seppo Klemola, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Finland.

 

Gamma scanning of nuclear fuel rods

Knut K.F. Eitrheim, The Halden Project

 

Nuclide specific surface activity measurements at Ringhals NPP

Patrik Konnéus, Ringhals NPP

 

Gamma- and X-ray analysis of Pu and U in single Thule particles

Per Roos, National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy at the Technical University of Denmark

 

Gamma spectrometry as a tool for global disarment

Kjell Johansson, Institute for Energy Technology

 

Background problems when measuring NORM's

Ari-Pekka Leppänen and Pertti Niskala, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Finland.

 

Chemical separation methods applied on complex water samples, implications on detection limits for gamma

Johan Byegård, Geosigma

 

Sources of uncertainty in gamma spectrometry

Gerhard Fritz, Canberra GmbH Germany

 

Implementing combined uncertainty according to GUM into a commercial gamma spectrometric software

Henrik Ramebäck, Swedish Defence Research Agency

 

Uncertainty assesment by latin hypercube sampling for in situ gamma spectrometry

Jonas Boson, Swedish Defence Research Agency

 

Calibration (including TCS) and use of commercial gamma spectrometric software – lessons learned

Sigurður Emil Pálsson, Icelandic Radiation Safety Authority

 

A general Monte Carlo model for calibration of the HPGe detector “Detective EX 100”

Gustaf Ullman, Linköping University

 

Improving the results of the analysis of a complex gamma spectrum by applying the cascade summing correction

Lilián del Risco Norrlid, Swedish Radiation Safety Authority

 

Quality assurance

Daina Riekstina, University of Latvia

 

NKS-B REMSPEC: an emergency preparedness exercise utilising a complex synthetic gamma spectrumf

Mark Dowdall, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority

*Note spectra test files used in the NKS-B REMSPEC activity can be downloaded here

 

Evaluation and validation of national standard geometries for gamma spectrometry

Christopher L. Rääf, Lund University


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