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DOE-HDBK-1108-97
Radiological Training for Accelerator Facilities
Instructor's Guide
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
III.
RADIOLOGICAL CONCERNS
EO-04 DEFINE prompt
A.
Prompt Radiation
radiation.
EO-05 DISCUSS biological
Prompt radiation includes the accelerated particle beam
effects of radiation characteristic
and the radiation produced when the beam interacts with
of accelerators.
matter or changes direction. It is only present when a
EO-06 IDENTIFY prompt
beam is operating or being accelerated.
radiation sources at the facility.
1.
Primary beam
Direct exposure to a particle
beam can result in a potentially
The primary beam consists of accelerated
dangerous, or even lethal, dose
charged particles prior to any interactions.
of radiation.
The primary beam is the most intense form of
radiation present at an accelerator facility and is
made inaccessible to personnel through
engineering design and administrative controls.
2.
Secondary beam
Secondary beam is produced by interaction of the
primary beam with targets or beamline
components. The secondary beam may consist
of:
N
Electromagnetic radiation.
N
N
Charged particles.
N
Other elementary particles.
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