NUCLTuesday, 30 August 2005

9:00 AM-12:00 PM Washington DC Convention Center -- 203B, Oral
Applied Modeling and Computations in Nuclear Science
Radiation Detection
Organizers:Thomas M. Semkow
Cynthia Atkins-Duffin
Bert Coursey
Simon M Jerome
Stefaan Pommé
Daniel J. Strom
X. George Xu
Laurie Waters
Organizer, Presidings:Ralph B. James
Carl Gogolak
9:00 AMMonte Carlo simulation of a 4πβ-γ coincidence counting system for improved decay scheme correction in primary radioactivity standards
Lena Johansson, Mark Ibison, Andrew Boston, Paul Nolan, Steven Judge, Michael Woods
9:20 AMDetermination of individual calibration factors for 222Rn, 218Po and 214Po in scintillation cells
Phillip H. Jenkins, James F. Burkhart
9:40 AMFractal model of α particle self-absorption
Thomas M. Semkow, Hewitt W. Jeter, Bahman Parsa, Pravin P. Parekh, Douglas K. Haines, Abdul Bari
10:00 AMTheory of dead-time effects
Stefaan Pommé
10:20 AMIntermission
10:35 AMDCC-SIM: A simulation routine for the validation of 4πβ-γ Digital Coincidence Counting analysis software
John D. Keightley
11:00 AMSoftware coincidence spectrometry using commercially available instrumentation and custom developed software
Donivan R. Porterfield, Lav Tandon, Edward R. Gonzales
11:20 AMCorrection for overdispersion due to observing correlated counts in three methods of measuring 222Rn in air
Phillip H. Jenkins, Carl J. Kershner, James F. Burkhart
11:40 AMSimulation of elution curves for columns with low numbers of theoretical plates
W. Bruechle

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