M. Hajek, T. Berger, M. Fugger, M. Fürstner, N. Vana, Y. Akatov, V. Shurshakov, V. Arkhangelsky:
"Dose distribution in the Russian Segment of the International Space Station";
Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 120 (2006), 1-4; S. 446 - 449.

Kurzfassung englisch:
Absorbed dose and average linear energy transfer (LET) were assessed by means of 7LiF:Mg,Ti (TLD-700) thermoluminescent (TL) detectors for different panels on-board the Russian Segment of the International Space Station in the timeframe between March and November 2002 (233 d). A technique is presented to correct the measured absorbed dose values for TL efficiency in the radiation climate on-board the spacecraft. Average LET is determined from the high-temperature TL emission in the TLD-700 glow curve and used as a parameter in the TL efficiency correction. Depending on the shielding distribution, the efficiency-corrected absorbed dose varies between 154 ± 5 µGy d-1 in panel no. 327 (core block ceiling) and 191 ± 3 µGy d-1 in panel no. 110 (core block central axis, floor). The experimental data are compared with the model calculations by using detailed shielding distributions and orbit parameters as inputs.

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