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Jonsson, S., Vidmar, T. och Ramebäck, H. (2015) *Implementation of calculation codes in gamma spectrometry measurements for corrections of systematic effects*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Jonsson2015,

author={Jonsson, S. and Vidmar, T. and Ramebäck, Henrik},

title={Implementation of calculation codes in gamma spectrometry measurements for corrections of systematic effects},

journal={Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry},

issn={0236-5731},

volume={303},

issue={3},

pages={1727-1736},

abstract={Four calculation codes were implemented on experimental data to calculate corrections of common systematic effects within high resolution gamma spectrometry. The detector parameters were sparsely optimized to imitate the usage that can be expected from personnel with limited experience. The transfer of the efficiency from the calibration geometry (60 ml, density 1.0 g/cm(3)) to 200 ml geometry (density 1.5 g/cm(3)) failed with all codes, which was discouraging. However, a majority of the other corrected activities deviated with less than 10 % from the reference activity values, even for density corrections or when corrections had been calculated for new source-detector-geometries. Smaller deviations, around 5 % or less, were achieved when corrections were done within the calibrated geometry. This shows a robustness of the calculation codes even if the in-data is not perfectly optimized.},

year={2015},

keywords={Gamma-ray spectrometry, Coincidence summing, Efficiency transfer, Simulation, Systematic effects},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 215564

A1 Jonsson, S.

A1 Vidmar, T.

A1 Ramebäck, Henrik

T1 Implementation of calculation codes in gamma spectrometry measurements for corrections of systematic effects

YR 2015

JF Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry

SN 0236-5731

VO 303

IS 3

SP 1727

OP 1736

AB Four calculation codes were implemented on experimental data to calculate corrections of common systematic effects within high resolution gamma spectrometry. The detector parameters were sparsely optimized to imitate the usage that can be expected from personnel with limited experience. The transfer of the efficiency from the calibration geometry (60 ml, density 1.0 g/cm(3)) to 200 ml geometry (density 1.5 g/cm(3)) failed with all codes, which was discouraging. However, a majority of the other corrected activities deviated with less than 10 % from the reference activity values, even for density corrections or when corrections had been calculated for new source-detector-geometries. Smaller deviations, around 5 % or less, were achieved when corrections were done within the calibrated geometry. This shows a robustness of the calculation codes even if the in-data is not perfectly optimized.

LA eng

DO 10.1007/s10967-014-3748-z

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10967-014-3748-z

OL 30