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Assessment of Radiological Significance of Building Materials and Residues

Todorović, Nataša; Bikit, Ištvan S.; Krmar, Miodrag; Mrda, Dusan; Hansman, Jan; Nikolov, Jovana; Todorović, Slavko; Forkapic, Sofija; Jovancevic, Nikola; Bikit, Kristina; Janković-Mandić, Ljiljana

(2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Todorović, Nataša
AU  - Bikit, Ištvan S.
AU  - Krmar, Miodrag
AU  - Mrda, Dusan
AU  - Hansman, Jan
AU  - Nikolov, Jovana
AU  - Todorović, Slavko
AU  - Forkapic, Sofija
AU  - Jovancevic, Nikola
AU  - Bikit, Kristina
AU  - Janković-Mandić, Ljiljana
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1916
AB  - The estimation of the radioactivity levels of materials utilized in construction sectors is crucial in the assessment of possible radiological hazards to human health. In the paper, the results of gamma spectroscopy study of 211 zircon, 425 sand, 781 lime, 348 perlite, 2692 cement, 232 calplex, 968 gypsum, 2741 granite and 21 coal fly ash samples gathered from different countries and imported in Serbia in period 2006-2016 were presented. In order to assess the radiological impact from the investigated samples, the activity concentration index I-RP112 for all samples was ascertained. This research yields insight into the radioactive content in a variety of building materials of different origin. The obtained results were discussed on the basis of relevant national and international legislation and guidance and compared with the corresponding results in the literature.
T2  - Romanian Journal of Physics
T1  - Assessment of Radiological Significance of Building Materials and Residues
VL  - 62
IS  - 9-10
SP  - 817
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Todorović, Nataša and Bikit, Ištvan S. and Krmar, Miodrag and Mrda, Dusan and Hansman, Jan and Nikolov, Jovana and Todorović, Slavko and Forkapic, Sofija and Jovancevic, Nikola and Bikit, Kristina and Janković-Mandić, Ljiljana",
year = "2017",
abstract = "The estimation of the radioactivity levels of materials utilized in construction sectors is crucial in the assessment of possible radiological hazards to human health. In the paper, the results of gamma spectroscopy study of 211 zircon, 425 sand, 781 lime, 348 perlite, 2692 cement, 232 calplex, 968 gypsum, 2741 granite and 21 coal fly ash samples gathered from different countries and imported in Serbia in period 2006-2016 were presented. In order to assess the radiological impact from the investigated samples, the activity concentration index I-RP112 for all samples was ascertained. This research yields insight into the radioactive content in a variety of building materials of different origin. The obtained results were discussed on the basis of relevant national and international legislation and guidance and compared with the corresponding results in the literature.",
journal = "Romanian Journal of Physics",
title = "Assessment of Radiological Significance of Building Materials and Residues",
volume = "62",
number = "9-10",
pages = "817"
}
Todorović, N., Bikit, I. S., Krmar, M., Mrda, D., Hansman, J., Nikolov, J., Todorović, S., Forkapic, S., Jovancevic, N., Bikit, K.,& Janković-Mandić, L.. (2017). Assessment of Radiological Significance of Building Materials and Residues. in Romanian Journal of Physics, 62(9-10), 817.
Todorović N, Bikit IS, Krmar M, Mrda D, Hansman J, Nikolov J, Todorović S, Forkapic S, Jovancevic N, Bikit K, Janković-Mandić L. Assessment of Radiological Significance of Building Materials and Residues. in Romanian Journal of Physics. 2017;62(9-10):817..
Todorović, Nataša, Bikit, Ištvan S., Krmar, Miodrag, Mrda, Dusan, Hansman, Jan, Nikolov, Jovana, Todorović, Slavko, Forkapic, Sofija, Jovancevic, Nikola, Bikit, Kristina, Janković-Mandić, Ljiljana, "Assessment of Radiological Significance of Building Materials and Residues" in Romanian Journal of Physics, 62, no. 9-10 (2017):817.
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