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NUF Cram Notes: Concise Study Guide for the NUF Exam
by Michael D Rennhack
Paperback: 116 pages
ISBN-10: 1500638889
Book Description: Rennhack's concise study guide for the Nuclear Utilities Fundamentals (NUF) Radiation Protection (RP) Exam. NUF Cram Notes is highly targeted at the 50 objectives on the NUF Exam.


 Handbook of Health Physics and Radiological HealthNuclear Utilities Radiation Protection Fundamentals (Full NUF Study Guide)
Paperback: 234 pages
ISBN: 1500814644 / 9781500814649
Book Description: This is the full NUF RP study guide, for the nuclear utilities fundamentals (NUF) radiation protection (RP) Exam for contractor Health Physics Technicians.



Handbook of Health Physics and Radiological Health
by Lester A., Jr. Slaback, Brian Birky, Bernard. Shleien
Hardcover:
700 pages
Publisher: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins;
ISBN: 0683183346; 3rd edition (January 1998)
Book Description: Scinta, Inc The first trade edition of this compilation of health and health physics data meant to be used as a daily reference by practitioners, technologists, and students. 11 U.S. contributors.


Radiation Detection and Measurement
by Glenn Frederick Knoll
Hardcover:
802 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471073385; 3rd edition (December 1999)

Book Description:
This is one of the most comprehensive books on radiation detection and measurement. It is 784 pages and new information has been added since the first edition. This edition was published in March, 1989


Basic Radiation Protection Technology 4th EditionBasic Radiation Protection Technology 4th Edition
by
Daniel A. Gollnick
Paperback:
822 pages
Publisher: Pacific Radiation Corp;
ISBN: 0916339084; 4th edition (June 2000)



Atoms, Radiation, and Radiation Protection, 2nd Edition
by James E. Turner
Paperback:
576 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons;
ISBN: 0471595810; 2nd edition (April 3, 1995)
Book Description:
This book describes the origins and properties of the different kinds of ionizing radiation, its detection and measurement, and the procedures used to protect humans and the environment from its harmful effects. Many practical, numerical examples are worked out with data, tables, and graphs provided. Descriptions of basic physical principles demonstrate their practical applicability and problem-solving potential. In this second edition, new material has been added on radon and a complete chapter on statistics replaces the short appendix of the first edition. Turner has mantained the basic approach and organization of the first edition while extending and updating necessary topics. May, 1995, 588 pages.


Basic Health Physics: Problems and Solutions
by
Joseph John Bevelacqua
Hardcover:
559 pages ; Dimensions (inches): 1.30 x 9.62 x 6.50
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience;
ISBN: 0471297119; 1 edition (January 15, 1999)
Book Description:
Radiation litigation, the cleanup and decommissioning of nuclear facilities, radon exposure, nuclear medicine, food irradiation, stricter regulatory climate—these are some of the reasons health physics and radiation protection professionals are increasingly called upon to upgrade their skills. Designed to prepare candidates for the American Board of Health Physics Comprehensive examination (Part I) and other certification examinations, Basic Health Physics: Problems and Solutions introduces professionals in the field to radiation protection principles and their practical application in routine and emergency situations. It features more than 650 worked examples illustrating concepts under discussion along with an in-depth coverage of sources of radiation, standards and regulations, biological effects of ionizing radiation, instrumentation, external and internal dosimetry, counting statistics, monitoring and interpretations, operational health physics, transportation and waste, nuclear emergencies, and more. Reflecting for the first time the true scope of health physics at an introductory level, Basic Health Physics: Problems and Solutions gives readers the tools to properly evaluate challenging situations in all areas of radiation protection, including the medical, university, power reactor, fuel cycle, research reactor, environmental, non-ionizing radiation, and accelerator health physics.


The Health Physics Solutions Manual
by
Herman Cember , Thomas E. Johnson
Textbook Binding:
442 pages
Publisher: PS&E PUBLICATIONS;
ISBN: 0962596361; 1 edition (March 21, 1999)
Book Description:
Dr. Cember's "Introduction to Health Physics" has been an essential text in many graduate and undergraduate health physics programs for years. It has also been the primary text for numerous CHPs during their exam preparations. This solutions manual is an excellent companion to the textbook. It provides effective examples of how to set up and solve these practical health physics problems. The logical approach used in these solutions will assist new students in getting a clearer understanding of health physics principles. HPs preparing for the certification exam will appreciate and benefit from learning the problem solving methods demonstrated throughout the manual. I highly recommend getting both of these books together.


Introduction to Health Physics
by
Herman Cember
Paperback:
731 pages ; Dimensions (inches): 1.1 x 9.3 x 7.3
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional;
ISBN: 0071054618; 3rd edition (January 1, 1996)
Book Description:
This edition continues to provide students with a basic understanding of the biophysical bases of radiation, radiation safety standards, and the key factors in radiation protection. Now includes new coverage of non-ionizing radiation-laser and microwaves, computer use in dose calculation and dose limit recommendations. Emphasizes a problem-solving approach that will serve students into their clinical careers.



Radiation Protection: A Guide for Scientists and Physicians
by
Jacob Shapiro
Hardcover:
494 pages ; Dimensions (inches): 1.34 x 9.58 x 6.39
Publisher: Harvard Univ Pr;
ISBN: 0674745868; 3rd edition (December 1990)

Book Description:
Updated revision (previous editions appeared in 1972 and 1981) of a definitive handbook, the purpose of which is to describe the biophysical and legal realities of this subject, and to do so in terms which will serve the practical needs of those whose work involves exposure to radioactive materials or other sources of radiation. Comprehensive, conveniently organized, attractively produced, reasonably priced.


Fundamentals of Radiation ProtectionFundamentals of Radiation Protection
by
Hugh F. Henry
Textbook Binding:
485 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons;
ASIN: 0471372943; (January 1969)



Nuclides and Istotopes: A Guide to the Chart of the NuclidesNuclides and Istotopes: A Guide to the Chart of the Nuclides
Paperback:
64 pages
Publisher: General Electric Nuclear;
ISBN: 9 9992763965; 15th edition (November 1996)








Contemporary Health Physics : Problems and Solutions
by
Joseph John Bevelacqua
Hardcover:
456 pages ; Dimensions (inches): 1.16 x 9.59 x 6.53
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience;
ISBN: 0 0471018015; (February 1995)
Book Description:
This comprehensive book gives a detailed presentation of the broad spectrum of the health physics profession including basic radiation fundamentals, external and internal dosimetry, and the biological effects of radiation. Specialized areas of health physics, including the medical, university, power reactor, fuel cycle, environmental and accelerator areas, are addressed in detail with a focus toward providing quick, accurate assessments of radiation exposures. These assessments are covered in the text and in scenarios that represent challenges typically faced by a practicing health physicist. February, 1995. 440 pages.

Physics for Radiation Protection
by
James E. Martin
Hardcover:
790 pages ; Dimensions (inches): 1.65 x 10.2 x 7.3
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience;
ISBN: 04 0471353736; 1 edition (May 12, 2000)
Book Description:
A practical guide to the basic physics that radiation protection professionals need.

A much-needed working resource for health physicists and other radiation protection professionals, this volume presents clear, thorough, up-to-date explanations of the basic physics necessary to address real-world problems in radiation protection. Designed for readers with limited as well as basic science backgrounds, Physics for Radiation Protection emphasizes applied concepts and carefully illustrates all topics through examples as well as practice problems.
Physics for Radiation Protection draws substantially on current resource data available for health physics use, providing decay schemes and emission energies for approximately 100 of the most common radionuclides encountered by practitioners. Excerpts of the Chart of the Nuclides, activation cross sections, fission yields, fission-product chains, photon attenuation coefficients, and nuclear masses are also provided. Coverage includes:
* The atom as an energy system
* An overview of the major discoveries in radiation physics
* Extensive discussion of radioactivity, including sources and materials
* Nuclear interactions and processes of radiation dose
* Calculational methods for radiation exposure, dose, and shielding
* Nuclear fission and production of activation and fission products
* Specialty topics ranging from nuclear criticality and applied statistics to X rays
* Extensive and current resource data cross-referenced to standard compendiums
* Extensive appendices and more than 400 figures


Decommissioning Health Physics: A Handbook for Marrssim Users
by E. W. Abelquist
Hardcover:
350 pages ; Dimensions (inches): 1.10 x 9.52 x 7.82
Publisher: Institute of Physics Pub; (January 1, 2002);
ISBN: 075 0750307617
Book Description:
Introduction, Current Issues in Decommissioning and MARSSIM Overview; Decommissioning Project Overview and Regulatory Agency Interface; Characterization and the Data Quality Objectives Process; Guidelines and Dose-Based Release Criteria; Exposure Pathway Modeling to Determine DCGLs; Preliminary Survey Design Concerns and Application of DCGLs ; Background Determination and Background Reference Areas ; Survey Instrumentation Selection and Calibration; Detection Sensitivity-Static and Scan MDCs; Survey Procedures and Data Interpretation; Statistics and Hypothesis Testing; MARSSIM Final Status Survey Design and Strategies ; MARSSIM Data Reduction; Decommissioning Survey Applications at Various Facilities; Final Status Survey Reports; Practical Applications of Statistics to Support; Decommissioning Activities; International Decommissioning Perspectives; Appendices; References; Bibliography; Index;Top Synopsis Decommissioning Health Physics presents many of the technical issues and challenges that arise during the planning and implementation of decommissioning and decontamination (D&D) projects. The focus is on the final status survey performed during the later stages of decommissioning projects, and is written to expand upon and provide greater technical detail than MARSSIM (Multi-Agency Radiation Survey and Site Investigation Manual) in areas of survey design strategies.

The book will be essential for those responsible for the planning and designing final status surveys, and reporting the final status survey results; while health physics technicians will benefit from practical chapters on instrumentation and survey procedures.

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