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DOE-STD-3014-96
Applicability. Exposure evaluation will be performed for all facilities for which the
7.3.1
frequency of release has been shown to exceed the release frequency evaluation
guideline.
7.3.2
Application Guidance. Exposure evaluation will be based on the results of the
structural response analysis performed in accordance with Chapter 6 and the
scenario development part of the release frequency evaluation performed in
accordance with Section 5.5. For each scenario considered, exposure evaluation
will consist of translating facility damage into a source term and exposure, based
on the interaction between the energy generated during the accident and the
facility hazardous material inventory. Exposures should be analyzed for receptors
corresponding to the exceeded guidelines, but need not be evaluated for receptors
for which the corresponding guidelines are met. Therefore, for cases in which
offsite guidelines are met, exposure evaluation may be restricted to onsite impacts
only.
Source Term Guidance for Radioactive Material Releases: Building
7.3.2.1
source term (BST) development for exposure evaluation for radioactive
material releases will be consistent with the guidance provided in
DOE-HDBK-3010-94 (Reference 5), which is based on a five-component
linear equation:
n
m
BST
MARi
DRij
ARFij
RFij
(7-3)
i 1 j 1
LPFij
where:
MAR
=
material at risk - the amount of radionuclides available
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