XXXVI, No. 4, Pp. 299-383
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Authors: Filip Haralambos S. Apostolakopoulos, Nikola Lj. Kržanović, Predrag M. Božović, Koviljka Dj. Stanković, and Luka S. Perazić
The aim of this paper is to examine the energy and angular responses of thermoluminescent (LiF:Mg,Ti and LiF:Mg,Cu,P) and optically stimulated luminescent (Al2O3:C) dosimeters with experimental measurements and Monte Carlo simulations. Nine radiation qualities, with mean energies ranging from 33 keV to 1.25 MeV, and five angles of incidence, between 0° and 80°, were used to conduct this analysis. The IEC 62387:2020 international radiation protection standard was used as the dosimeter response measure of quality. The experimental and simulated data exhibit that the dosimeter responses meet the standard's criteria, with certain exceptions on lower energies.
Key words: angular response, energy response, Monte Carlo simulation, optically stimulated luminescence, personal dosimetry, photon radiation, thermoluminescence
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