The following items will test you grasp of the material covered in this
lesson. There is only one correct answer for each item. When you complete
the exercise, check you answer with the answer key that follows.
answer any item incorrectly, study again that part of the lesson which
contains the portion involved.
Situation: While operating in a radiologically contaminated area, your unit
is required to determine dose rates and transmission factors and convert
them to operational terms.
Before fallout begins near ground zero, which can cause the time to
Yield, weather, and terrain
Delivery methods and amount
Type of munitions
Terrain and atmospheric conditions
In the Total Dose Nomogram, what does D equal?
Dose rate before entering
Total dose in rad
Dose rate after fallout
Total dose in cGy
When using the Total Dose Nomogram, always start the problem on the
side for which there are how many known values?
Which is determined by using a transmission factor?
Reduction in the dose received by personnel shielded
Conversion from total dose to dose rate
Conversion of inside dose rate to outside dose rate