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DOE-HDBK-1108-97
Radiological Training for Accelerator Facilities
Instructor's Guide
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
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Beamline components.
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Air.
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Cooling liquids and working fluids.
4.
Beamline components
Beamline components may become radioactive
Discuss how the capture cross-
depending on:
section differs with different
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Nature of the material.
material and how this affects
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Proximity to the beam.
activation.
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Beam characteristics.
Items that intercept a portion of the beam are
most likely to be activated and contaminated.
Among those items that have the highest
probability for activation are:
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Targets: devices to intercept a portion of
See Glossary for definitions
the beam for purposes of producing
secondary beams.
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Beam dumps or stops: used to absorb the
beam.
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Collimators and scrapers: used to remove
unwanted diffuse "halo" that often exists
surrounding the central beam.
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Septa and other magnets: used to align and
direct beams.
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