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ASTM F526 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR USING CALORIMETERS FOR TOTAL DOSE MEASUREMENTS IN PULSED LINEAR ACCELERATOR OR FLASH X-RAY MACHINES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: This test method covers a calorimetric measurement of the total absorbed dose delivered in a single pulse of electrons from an electron linear accelerator or a flash X-ray machine (FXR, e-beam mode) used as an ionizing source in radiationeffects testing.
ASTM E665 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR USING ABSORBED DOSE VERSUS DEPTH IN MATERIALS TO VERIFY THE X-RAY OUTPUT OF FLASH X-RAY MACHINES Organization: ASTM
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: Scope 1.1 This practice covers a procedure for determining absorbed dose versus depth in materials exposed to the X-ray output of flash X-ray machines. It is applicable to all machines whose photon energy spectra have maximum energies ranging from 100 keV to 20 MeV.
NEMA XR 9 - POWER SUPPLY GUIDELINES FOR X-RAY MACHINES Organization: NEMA
Date: 1984-01-01
DIN - DVS 3205 - PROTECTION FROM X RAYS IN ELECTRON BEAM MACHINES FOR MATERIALS PROCESSING Organization: DIN
Date: 2010-05-01
Description: Scope of application This technical code provides information about measures for protection from X rays in electron beam machines for materials processing, particularly for the welding, drilling, hardening and remelting of metallic materials.
NEMA XR 8 - TEST METHODS FOR DIAGNOSTIC X-RAY MACHINES FOR USE DURING INITIAL INSTALLATION Organization: NEMA
Date: 1979-01-01
ASTM F526 + REDLINE - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR USING CALORIMETERS FOR TOTAL DOSE MEASUREMENTS IN PULSED LINEAR ACCELERATOR OR FLASH X-RAY MACHINES - INCLUDES STANDARD + REDLINE (PDF) Organization: ASTM
ASTM ISO/ASTM 51431 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR DOSIMETRY IN ELECTRON BEAM AND X-RAY (BREMSSTRAHLUNG) IRRADIATION FACILITIES FOR FOOD PROCESSING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: While gamma radiation from radioactive nuclides has discrete energies, X-rays (bremsstrahlung) from machine sources cover a wide range of energies, from low values (about 35 keV) to the energy of the incident electron beam.
ASNT-3650E - 8-HOUR RADIATION SAFETY TRAINING FOR X-RAY INDUSTRIAL RADIOGRAPHERS (CD-ROM) - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: ASNT
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: Radiographers by Dr Donald Hastings This CD-ROM course provides self-taught radiation safety officer (RSO) training to the RSO candidate for x-ray and gamma industrial radiography as well as neutron industrial radiography.
IEEE - ANSI N42.45 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR EVALUATING THE IMAGE QUALITY OF X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY (CT) SECURITY-SCREENING SYSTEMS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Normal manufacturing variability, quality control issues, or aging of the equipment may degrade performance versus what was observed on the article tested by the regulator. Replicating the original test on each machine in question is impractical. Transporting the regulator's threat set to a factory site or to locations where the machines are in use, presents significant security and in some cases safety concerns.
ASNT-144 - NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING HANDBOOK VOLUME 4 RADIOGRAPHIC TESTING - THIRD EDITION Organization: ASNT
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Covers theory and applications of industrial radiography. Topics include X-ray machines; isotope sources; personnel safety; standards and practices; computed tomography; image processing and image data analysis; electronic techniques (tomography, backscatter, digital imaging); high-energy, neutron and flash radiography; radiographic interpretation; radiography of castings and welds; aerospace, electric power, petroleum and chemical applications. 700 pages, more than 700 illustrations; 20-page glossary.
BSI - BS 4264 - SPECIFICATION FOR ENVELOPES FOR COMMERCIAL, OFFICIAL AND PROFESSIONAL USE Organization: BSI
Date: 1987-07-31
Description: Excludes envelopes for use with insertion machines and for the storage of X-ray films.
NAVY - NAVAIR 5100.8A - (AIR-8.3.2) RADIOLOGICAL AFFAIRS SUPPORT PROGRAM Organization: NAVY
Date: 2000-07-31
Description: This instruction applies to the Naval Air Systems Command Headquarters (NAVAIRHQ), and its Business Units (BUs), also the Program Executive Officers (PEOs) that use or possess sources of ionizing radiation including Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) licensed radioactive material, naturally-occurring and accelerator-produced radioactive material, radioactive waste, and machine sources (e.g., x-ray machines, particle accelerators, electron microscopes, laboratory analytical devices, and other equipment capable of producing ionizing radiation).
NAVY - NAVSEA 5100.18B - (SER 04N/007) RADIOLOGICAL AFFAIRS SUPPORT PROGRAM (RASP) Organization: NAVY
Date: 2007-02-23
Description: RASP applies to ionizing radiation sources such as Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) licensed radioactive material, naturally-occurring and accelerator-produced radioactive material, radioactive waste, and machine sources such as industrial x-ray machines, particle accelerators, electron microscopes, laboratory analytical devices and all other equipment capable of producing ionizing radiation.
ASTM F1893 - GUIDE FOR MEASUREMENT OF IONIZING DOSE-RATE SURVIVABILITY AND BURNOUT OF SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: The test facility shall be capable of providing the necessary dose rates to perform the measurements. Typically, large flash X-ray (FXR) machines operated in the photon mode, or FXR e-beam facilities are utilized because of their high dose-rate capabilities.
ASTM F744 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR MEASURING DOSE RATE THRESHOLD FOR UPSET OF DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1992-01-01
Description: Scope 1.1 This test method covers the measurement of the threshold level of radiation dose rate that causes upset in digital integrated circuits under static operating conditions. The radiation source is either a flash X-ray machine (FXR) or an electron linear accelerator (LINAC).
ASTM F744M - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR MEASURING DOSE RATE THRESHOLD FOR UPSET OF DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (METRIC) Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: This test method covers the measurement of the threshold level of radiation dose rate that causes upset in digital integrated circuits only under static operating conditions. The radiation source is either a flash X-ray machine (FXR) or an electron linear accelerator (LINAC).
ASTM F773M - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR MEASURING DOSE RATE RESPONSE OF LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (METRIC) Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: The response may be either transient or more lasting, such as latchup. The radiation source is either a flash X-ray machine (FXR) or an electron linear accelerator (LINAC).
IEEE 1849 - EXTENSIBLE EVENT STREAM (XES) FOR ACHIEVING INTEROPERABILITY IN EVENT LOGS AND EVENT STREAMS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2016-09-22
Description: Typically, the first site will be the site generating this event-driven data (for example, workflow systems, case handling systems, procurement systems, devices like wafer steppers and X-ray machines, and hospitals) while the second site will be the site analyzing this data (for example, by data scientists and/or advanced software systems).
ICRU - REPORT 34 - THE DOSIMETRY OF PULSED RADIATION (REPORT 34) Organization: ICRU
Date: 1983-01-01
Description: The report provides information on certain precautions and the selection of calibration constants needed to permit the use of methods of dosimetry employed for measuring continuous radiation from constant potential x-ray sources or from gamma-ray sources. Treated are measurements using ionization chambers, chemical dosimeters, calorimeters and solid state devices.
CRC - NUCLEAR MEDICINE PHYSICS - NUCLEAR MEDICINE PHYSICS Organization: CRC
Date: 2010-11-29
Description: They require a nonconventional environment and certain precautions (radioactivity cannot be switched off as an x-ray machine can). 2. In NM imaging, it is always necessary to administer radiopharmaceuticals, which emit ionizing radiation.

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