Effects of a Radiation-Dispersal Device [dirty bomb]

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D. T. Ingersoll, R. W. Roussin, C. Y. Fu, and J. E. White, “DABL69: A Broad-Group Neutron/Photon Cross-Section Library for Defense Nuclear Applications,” ORNL/TM-10568 (June 1989). 9. M. B. Emmett, “The MORSE Monte Carlo Radiation Transport Code System,” ORNL-4972/R1 (February 1983). 31 Page Intentionally Blank 32 ORNL/TM-2003/128 DISTRIBUTION LIST Internal S. T. Baker J. M. Barnes V. M. Baylor E. D. Blakeman J. C. Gehin (5) W. H. Gray David J. Hill D. T. Ingersoll J. O. Johnson R. A. Lillie R.

5. Model of the composite material armored assault vehicle used in the analysis. 6. Cutaway view of the model of the composite material armored assault vehicle used in the analysis. The model shows the crew and infantry locations. 7. 7. 8. Free-field and shielded fluence spectra at the commander’s head position for a vehicle located near the detonation site for the 10-kCi 137Cs weapon (x=10 m and y=10 m, 0° orientation angle). 9. Free-field and shielded fluence spectra at the commander’s head position for a vehicle located at a large distance from the detonation site for the 10-kCi 137Cs weapon (x=400 m and y=400 m, 0° orientation angle).

Photon isodose-rate contours for a horizontal plane 325m above the ground due to the detonation and dispersal of a 10-kCi 137Cs source. 3. Photon isodose-rate contours for a vertical plane 325m left of the origin due to the detonation and dispersal of a 10-kCi 137Cs source. 4. 75m right of the origin due to the detonation and dispersal of a 10-kCi 137Cs source. 5. Model of the composite material armored assault vehicle used in the analysis. 6. Cutaway view of the model of the composite material armored assault vehicle used in the analysis.

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