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DOE-STD-3014-96
TABLE II. Fraction of radioactive material released and respirable.
Material Form
Fraction Released
and Respirable
Gases/Vapors
1.0
Liquids:
Aqueous
2E-3
Combustible Organic
1E-2
Subject to Explosive Stress
TNT Equivalent
Mass*
Solids:
Pyrophoric Metals
3E-4
Uranium
1E-3
Subject to Explosive Stress
TNT Equivalent
Mass*,**
Powders
2E-3
Combustible Solids
1E-2
Noncombustible Solids
1E-3
Other
1E-3
HEPA Filters
1E-2
*
The amount of material released and respirable will be equivalent to the TNT
equivalent mass of the explosive, except where the TNT equivalent mass
exceeds the total mass of the material at risk, in which case the amount of
material released and respirable will be the total mass of the material at risk.
**
High explosive detonations involving nuclear weapons and associated
assemblies will use a value for the fraction of material released and respirable
equal to 2E-1. Additional discussion of airborne release resulting from such
detonations can be found in DOE-HDBK-3010-94, Section 4.1 (Reference 5).
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