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BS EN 60544-1:2013 Electrical insulating materials. Determination of the effects of ionizing radiation Radiation interaction and dosimetry

BS EN 60544-1:2013

Electrical insulating materials. Determination of the effects of ionizing radiation Radiation interaction and dosimetry

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Standard number:BS EN 60544-1:2013
Pages:36
Released:2013-09-30
ISBN:978 0 580 78240 4
Status:Standard
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BS EN 60544-1:2013


This standard BS EN 60544-1:2013 Electrical insulating materials. Determination of the effects of ionizing radiation is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 17.240 Radiation measurements
  • 29.035.01 Insulating materials in general
IEC 60544-1:2013 deals broadly with the aspects to be considered in evaluating the effects of ionizing radiation on all types of organic insulating materials. It also provides, for X-rays, gamma-rays, and electrons, a guide to dosimetry terminology, methods for dose measurements, testing carried out at irradiation facilities, evaluation and testing of material characteristics and properties, documenting the irradiation process. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) recent advances in simulation methods of radiation interaction with different matter enables the prediction of the energy-deposition profile in matter and design the irradiation procedure;
b) many new dosimetry systems have become available.