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A proposed countermeasure simulation model for the new ICRP recommendations

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 April 2013

Abstract

In April 2011 the European Platform on Preparedness for Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Response and Recovery (NERIS-TP) decided to expand the two European Decision Support Systems JRodos and ARGOS with respect to the new ICRP-103 recommendations. The extension should be applicable for nuclear accidents and radiological emergencies and comprise a new screening model, the possibility to optimise dose reducing actions with the models ERMIN (European Model for Inhabited Areas) and AGRICP (Agricultural Countermeasure Program), respectively, and scenario preparation tools to support the user in defining countermeasure strategies. This paper describes the screening model that was developed by the authors and is foreseen for realisation and inclusion in JRodos and ARGOS in 2012/2013.

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