EFFECT OF A GROUNDED OBJECT ON RADON MEASUREMENT USING ALPHAGUARD

    loading  Checking for direct PDF access through Ovid

Abstract

Abstract—

The effects on radon concentration measurement of a grounded object near the opening of a cylindrical ionization chamber were studied using AlphaGUARD. AlphaGUARD comes with a flow measurement adapter that fits on the front of the AlphaGUARD ionization chamber. If the adapter nozzle is grounded, the radon concentration is falsely measured at 0 Bq m−3. A metal connector for use between the AlphaGUARD and the air duct wall was manufactured in our laboratory. When the connector is grounded, the radon concentration is again falsely measured as 0 Bq m−3. If the nozzle or connector is ungrounded, the AlphaGUARD measures radon concentration accurately. Health Phys.

Related Topics

    loading  Loading Related Articles