[ RadSafe ] Neutron interaction data needed

Perle, Sandy SPerle at mirion.com
Sat Mar 19 12:54:06 CDT 2011


I don't want to commercialize here on Radsafe. Just let me say this device
is fully accredited in the USA by NVLAP and the UK by HSE and is currently
being reviewed for approval for full use in Australia and the UAE. It is
as stated, currently photon only, 15 keV to 6 MeV, 0.03 mSv to 5 Gy. User
has an account, logs on, reads the device on any USB on a computer hooked
up to the internet, and all reports are on-line. Many of these devices are
currently being worn in Japan by news media and other "entities". I won't
go beyond that.

For further information, we can discuss privately over the phone or via



Sander C. Perle
Mirion Technologies
Dosimetry Services Division
2652 McGaw Avenue
Irvine, CA 92614

+1 (949) 296-2306 (Office)
+1 (949) 296-1130 (Fax)

Mirion Technologies: http://www.mirion.com/

On 3/19/11 10:47 AM, "JPreisig at aol.com" <JPreisig at aol.com> wrote:

>Dear Radsafe:
>       This is from:      _jpreisig at aol.com_ (mailto:jpreisig at aol.com)
>       Hmmmmm.   Neutron  interaction data, huh????
>       Some fission cross-section data can be  found in the nuclear
>books by Kaplan, Segre,etc.
>       The cross-section barn book put out by  the US AEC and/or DOE
>ERDA can sometimes
>be found in libraries????
>       There may be neutron data centers at  Brookhaven, Oak Ridge, Los
>Alamos.  See the internet.
>Oak Ridge's RSICC (Radiation Shielding Information Center) sometimes has
>data sets available
>for a handling charge.  MCNP (Monte Carlo Neutral Particle Program)  has
>cross section data with it.
>It is available from ORNL and/or Los Alamos.  SCALE is a criticality
>computer code and may be
>available from RSICC.  Does Knoll's book have cross-section data in
>      So, Sandy Perle of Mirion Technologies, I  see an advertisement in
>the Health Physics Newsletter for
>your INSTADOSE personal monitoring system.  Looks pretty cool.   No
>of badges.  Just hook up
>the instadose monitoring badge to an internet capable PC.  Care to
>further about this???
>Photon/gamma dose systems only, so far????  Still, pretty  neat.
>      Regards,     Joseph R.  (Joe) Preisig, PhD
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