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Irradiated1

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Anyone have a PDF copy of ANSI/ANS 6.4.3-1991 they can send me (Gamma Ray Attenuation Coefficient & Buildup Factors for engineering materials)?  I'm looking for Co60 buildup factors in materials and this document should have what I need. chris@hdirad.com

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« Last Edit: Aug 14, 2012, 02:33 by Irradiated1 »

Offline GLW

Check with your tech library, Hopewell has been building irradiators and box calibrators for a while now, they should already have it.

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Irradiated1

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I looked through the library and consulted with others at HDI. HDI does not have a copy which is why I'm reaching out to see others can provide this resource. Just checking around before I have to go through the ANS to get a copy.

Thanks,

Chris

Offline GLW

Just musing here, if it's going to be used to support product at HDI it might be prudent for HDI to purchase from ANS and keep all the records as part of your QA.

That would be my recommendation.

been there, dun that,... the doormat to hell does not read "welcome", the doormat to hell reads "it's just business"

Irradiated1

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Thanks to anyone who responded ANSI/ANS 6.4.3-1991 has been ordered through the ANS.

 


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