2 edition of Radiation safety aspects of commercial high-speed flight transportation found in the catalog.
Radiation safety aspects of commercial high-speed flight transportation
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Hampton, Va, Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Statement||John W. Wilson ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 3524.|
|Contributions||Wilson, John W. 1940-, Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
High Altitude Flying and Radiation Posted on October 2, by Shem Malmquist FRAeS There is much concern in the pilot community of the exposure to radiation as a consequence of high altitude flight. physiological significance involved in flight are: marked changes in barometric pressure, considerable variation in temperature, and movement at high speed in three dimensions. .
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Sphere and its impact on radiation safety of passen-gers and crew. Necessary research to fill gaps in our understanding is identified to support a High-Speed Civil Transport radiation safety assurance program.
Establishing a policy for the radiation safety of high-speed aircraft is beyond the purview of this re-port. Establishing a policy for the radiation safety of high-speed aircraft is beondy the purview of this re-port.
In view of the evidence presented herein and. Radiation Safety Aspects of Commercial High-Speed Flight Transportation John W. Wilson, John E. Nealy, Francis A.
Cucinotta, Judy L. Shinn, Ferenc Hajnal, Marcel Reginatto. High-speed commercial flight transportation is being studied for intercontinental operations in the 21st century, the projected operational characteristics for these aircraft are examined, the radiation environment as it is now known is presented, and the relevant health issues.
Get this from a library. Radiation safety aspects of commercial high-speed flight transportation. [John W Wilson; Langley Research Center.;]. Based upon these results, annual effective doses may exceed the annual limit of 1 mSv for the public for many commercial flight crews, especially those on long haul, international routes.
Hence, these flight crews should be treated as radiation workers Cited by: 6. Radiation safety aspects of commercial high-speed flight transportation [microform] / John W.
Wilson. Code of practice for the use of ionizing radiations in secondary schools Effects of ionizing radiation. Develop an appropriate radiation protection philosophy and radiation protection guidelines for commercial flight transportation, especially at high altitudes of 50, to 80, ft Clearly, these issues must be addressed before the HSCT goes into commercial service to ensure the safety.
Radiation Effects Investigations Based on you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Find out more about sending content to Dropbox. Cosmic-Ray Neutrons on the Ground and in the Atmosphere and Gold-hagen, P., Radiation Safety Aspects of Commercial High-Speed Flight Transportation.
The average annual cosmic radiation dose for flight personnel was mSv. Annual individual doses of all monitored flight personnel are well below the limit of 20 mSv y -1.
Crews of high-altitude aircraft are exposed to radiation from galactic cosmic rays (GCRs). To help determine such exposures, the Atmospheric Ionizing Radiation Project, an international collaboration of 15 laboratories, made simultaneous radiation measurements with 14 instruments on a NASA ER-2 high-altitude by: A severe disturbance in the Sun sometimes leads to a large increase.
11/21/14 AC B in the amount of solar cosmic radiation that penetrates Earth’s magnetic field and enters the File Size: KB. radiation safety impact that must be considered in flight work.
This Guide presents the requirements governing radiation safety of aircrews exposed to cosmic radiation and the. Recent results from measurements of the energy spectrum of cosmic-ray induced neutrons aboard an ER-2 airplane and on the ground Author links open overlay panel P.
Goldhagen 1 Cited by: Although the effect of GCRs to aircrew exposure is generally much greater than the occasional SPE (Lewis et al., ), a rare solar flare producing an intense GLE could have Cited by: 4. Title(s): Radiation safety aspects of commercial high-speed flight transportation/ J.W.
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1 Radiation Sources and Their Effects on Aviation. Aircrew, high‐altitude pilots, frequent flyers, and, ultimately, commercial space travelers face galactic cosmic ray (GCR) and solar energetic particle (SEP) radiation hazards (Figure 1), particularly when traveling at and above commercial aviation altitudes, i.e., above 8 km (flight Cited by: Radiation Protection Dosimetry Vol.
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