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BASIC DATA
Standard ID JJF 1035-2006 (JJF1035-2006)
Description (Translated English) Metrological Terms and Their Definitions for Ionizing Radiation
Sector / Industry Metrology & Measurement Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard A58
Classification of International Standard 17.240
Word Count Estimation 33,394
Date of Issue 2006/12/8
Date of Implementation 2007-03-08
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) JJF 1035-1992
Quoted Standard JJF 1001-1998; GB 3100-1993; GB 3101-1993; GB 3102-1993; GB/T 10149-1988; GB/T 17857-1999
Drafting Organization Beijing Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision
Administrative Organization National Technical Committee of ionizing radiation measurement
Regulation (derived from) AQSIQ Announcement No. 187 of 2006
Summary This standard applies to the development, revision of ionizing radiation metrology. In other aspects of metrology and related technology areas can use and reference.

JJF 1035-2006
Metrological Terms and Their Definitions for Ionizing Radiation
National Metrology Technical Specification of the People's Republic
Ionizing radiation measurement terms and definitions
Released on.2006-12-08
2007-03-08 implementation
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine issued
Ionizing radiation measurement terms and definitions
Radiation
Replace JJF 1035-1992
This specification was approved by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine on December 8,.2006, and
Implemented on March 8,.2007.
Focal Point. National Ionizing Radiation Measurement Technical Committee
Drafting unit. Beijing Municipal Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision
China Institute of Metrology
Beijing Institute of Metrology and Measurement Science
The provisions of this code are interpreted by the focal point
The main drafters of this specification.
Liang Yizhen (Beijing Municipal Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision)
Yang Yuandi (China Institute of Metrology)
Guo Hongtao (Beijing Institute of Metrology and Measurement Science)
Participate in the drafters.
Li Xiaohong (Beijing Institute of Metrology and Measurement Science)
table of Contents
1 range (1)
2 Citations (1)
3 general nouns and radiation (1)
4 Measuring instruments and detectors (8)
5 Measurement methods, measuring instrument characteristics and other terms (12)
6 Medical measuring instruments characteristic parameters and terminology (16)
Appendix 1 Chinese Index (21)
Appendix 2 English Index (25)
Ionizing radiation measurement terms and definitions
1 Scope
This specification is used to develop and revise the use of ionizing radiation measurement technology regulations, in other aspects of measurement work and related sections.
The technical field can also be used for reference.
2 Citations
[1]JJF 1001-1998 "General Terms and Definitions of Measurement"
[2] GB 3100~3102-1993 "Quantities and Units"
[3] GB/T 10149-1988 "Medical X-ray equipment terminology and symbols"
[4] GB/T 17857-1999 "Medical radiology terms (radiation therapy, nuclear medicine and radiation dosimetry equipment)"
3 general nouns and radiation
3.1 target target
Raw materials for certain specific radionuclides are produced by irradiation of reactors or accelerators. In general, it also includes target materials and
Related devices.
3.2 target nuclear targetnucleus
A core that is bombarded by particles and reacts with some of its nuclei.
3.3 Concomitant radiation
Radiation accompanying the radiation to be measured.
3.4 Breathing kinetic energy K kermaK
The quotient of dEtr divided by dm, ie
K=dEtr/dm
Where. dEtr---all charged ionized particles released from uncharged ionized particles in a substance of mass dm
The sum of the initial kinetic energy of the child.
Unit. J·kg-1, whose name is Gray, and the symbol is Gy.
3.5 kerma rate K
kermarateK
The quotient of dK divided by dt, ie
=dK/dt
Where. dK---dt increments of kerma in the time interval.
3.6 [source] surface emissivity surfaceemissionrate
The emissivity of the source within 2π steradian.
3.7 Surface pollution control level controllevelofsurfacecontamination
Limits specified for controlling radioactive contamination of the surface, clothing, equipment, and surface of a person.
3.8 Reference radiation referenceradiation
A series of different emissivity with different energies specified for calibrating the radiometer and determining its energy response