The paper presents the main conclusions and recommendations derived from the EVIDOS project, which is supported by the European Commission within the 5th Framework Programme. EVIDOS aims at evaluating state of the art neutron dosimetry techniques in representative workplaces of the nuclear industry with complex mixed neutron-photon radiation fields. This analysis complements a series of individual papers which present detailed results and it summarises the main findings from a practical point of view. Conclusions and recommendations are given concerning characterisation of radiation fields, methods to derive radiation protection quantities and dosemeter results.

Evaluation of individual dosimetry in mixed neutron and photon radiation fields (EVIDOS). Part II: Conclusions and recommendations

D'ERRICO, FRANCESCO;CURZIO, GIORGIO;
2007

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The paper presents the main conclusions and recommendations derived from the EVIDOS project, which is supported by the European Commission within the 5th Framework Programme. EVIDOS aims at evaluating state of the art neutron dosimetry techniques in representative workplaces of the nuclear industry with complex mixed neutron-photon radiation fields. This analysis complements a series of individual papers which present detailed results and it summarises the main findings from a practical point of view. Conclusions and recommendations are given concerning characterisation of radiation fields, methods to derive radiation protection quantities and dosemeter results.
H., Schuhmacher; D., Bartlett; T., BOLOGNESE MILSZTAJN; D'Errico, Francesco; M., Coeck; Curzio, Giorgio; D'Errico, F; A., Fiechtner; J. E., Kyllönen; V., Lacoste; L., Lindborg; M., LUSZIK BHADRA; M., Reginatto; R., Tanner; F., Vanhavere
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