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Behavior of Exposure Build-up Factor and Mass Attenuation Coefficients of Blast Furnace Slag and Steel Slag on Interaction with High Energy Radiation

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.6, No. 8)

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Page : 2287-2290

Keywords : Partial interaction cross section; Total attenuation coefficients; Exposure Build up factor and Geometric Progression (GP);

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The vitality boundaries of fractional communication cross area and all out Attenuation coefficients (?tot. ) of Blast Furnaceslag (BFS) and steel slag (SS) are determined by utilizing the 'WinXcom' program over the vitality run 1 KeV to 100 GeV. Here watch regularities of cooperation of gamma radiation with Blast Furnaceslag (BFS) and steel slag (SS, for example, the exponential Attenuation law, the diminishing of the mass Attenuation coefficient with expanding vitality of gamma Ray, the expansion of the mass Attenuation coefficient with expanding nuclear number of the safeguard and the proportionality of the mass Attenuation coefficient comparing to Compton dissipating to the nuclear number of the safeguard. Geometric Progression (GP) strategy was utilized to compute gamma-beam vitality Exposure Buildup factors (EBF) of taken examples for the vitality extend 0.015?15 MeV, and penetration depth upto 40mfp. The outcome recommends that the communication measures are 'Z' subordinate. The charts and conditions portraying the above reliance as of now empower in deciding the thickness of different taking blast furnace slag and steel slag. The estimations of EBF were discovered to be littler in lower and higher photon vitality locales though exceptionally huge in middle vitality area where Compton dispersing rules. Here BFS has higher estimations of ? (total) in vitality extend when contrasted with SS, so BFS shows great protecting adequacy for gamma beams.

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