Icrp 23 reference man free
A unique comprehensive work on the reference male and female, including data on mass of the various organs of the body, chemical composition of the body and various tissues and physiological data. While still the major source of reference data, this report is supplemented and amended by ICRP
Oct 23, 2014 ICRP Publication 23: Reference Man: Anatomical, Physiological and Metabolic Characteristics 1st Edition. by ICRP (Author) 5. 0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review. ISBN13: . ISBN10: . Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This barcode number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Reference Man Reference man is defined as being between 2030 years of age, weighing 70 kg, is 170 cm in height, and lives in a climate with an average temperature of from 10o to 20oC. He is a Caucasian and is a Western European or North American in habitat and custom. Source: International Commission on Radiological Protection.
ICRP, 2002. Basic Anatomical and Physiological Data for Use in Radiological Protection Reference Values. ICRP Publication 89. Ann. ICRP 32 (34). Abstract This report presents detailed information on age and genderrelated differences in the anatomical and physiological characteristics of reference individuals. These reference values provide
Reference man models for adults and 15, 10, 5, 1, 0 yearold males and females of Asian populations were previously developed for use in internal and external dosimetry. Being based on the concept of ICRP Reference Man (Publication 23), the reference values were derived from the
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