On-Site Radiological Research Support

Project: Research project

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On-Site Radiological Research Support ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT On-Site Radiological Research Support On-Site Radiological Research Support On-Site Radiological Research Support On-Site Radiological Research Support The School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE) at Arizona State University is prepared to continue to provide on-site radiation detection equipment at , Inc. (RSE) located in Chandler, Arizona. The research equipment rental will be advantageous to both organizations. The ECEE will benefit from the fact that equipment will be maintained, insured and housed by RSE and will be available for occasional use by the ECEE as well as joint research proposals and projects between the two organizations. Dr. Holbert's research program at ASU will also be advanced from the funds in terms of providing graduate research assistantships. RSE will profit from the availability of the equipment for carrying on R&D efforts and providing temporary facilities with which to pursue new commercial ventures (which benefits the State of Arizona) including participation in the EPA's intercomparison tests. 2. Proposal The ECEE proposes to provide radiation detection equipment for two different measurement applications: 1. Two high-purity germanium detectors for gamma spectroscopy. 2. A Tennelec based Alpha Spectrometry System [standby]. The specific components of the two systems appear in Tables 1 and 2, respectively. All available user manuals for the listed equipment will be provided to RSE. In addition, the accessory equipment of Table 3 and the necessary cabling is included. ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT 1. Introduction The School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE) at Arizona State University is prepared to continue to provide on-site radiation detection equipment at , Inc. (RSE) located in Chandler, Arizona. The research equipment rental will be advantageous to both organizations. The ECEE will benefit from the fact that equipment will be maintained, insured and housed by RSE and will be available for occasional use by the ECEE as well as joint research proposals and projects between the two organizations. Dr. Holbert's research program at ASU will also be advanced from the funds in terms of providing graduate research assistantships. RSE will profit from the availability of the equipment for carrying on R&D efforts and providing temporary facilities with which to pursue new commercial ventures (which benefits the State of Arizona) including participation in the EPA's intercomparison tests. 2. Proposal The ECEE proposes to provide radiation detection equipment for two different measurement applications: 1. Two high-purity germanium detectors for gamma spectroscopy. 2. A Tennelec based Alpha Spectrometry System [standby]. The specific components of the two systems appear in Tables 1 and 2, respectively. All available user manuals for the listed equipment will be provided to RSE. In addition, the accessory equipment of Table 3 and the necessary cabling is included. ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT Continuation of DWW 4501 ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT On-Site Radiolgoical Research Support ON-SITE Radio-logical Research Support Continuation of DWW 4501 ON-SITE Radio-logical Research Support Continuation of DWW 4501 ON-SITE RADIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORT ontinuation of GR09198(formerly DWW 4501)
StatusActive
Effective start/end date6/1/935/31/22

Funding

  • INDUSTRY: Domestic Company: $444,069.00

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