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DOE-HDBK-1108-97
Radiological Training for Accelerator Facilities
Student's Guide
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Activities: (Facility Specific) Routine work areas and tasks where contamination
control must be considered:
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Machining of radioactive materials.
N
Cooling water filters.
N
Accessing beamline.
N
Maintenance.
N
Target removal.
N
Etc.
C.
Ancillary Sources
EO-09 IDENTIFY ancillary sources at site (Facility Specific)
Accelerators employ devices to impart energy to particles or redirect them during the
acceleration process. These devices may emit ionizing radiation while they are operating.
1.
Klystrons
Klystrons provide power to accelerate charged particles. They emit X-rays during
operation.
2.
Radiofrequency cavities
These devices accelerate charged particles using electromagnetic fields. Electrical
discharges within the RF cavity cause photon emission.
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