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Statistical Analysis Using Living Radiation Survey Data on Processed Products

방사선기술과학 2020년 43권 2호 p.123 ~ 128
최경호 ( Choi Kyoung-Ho ) - Jeonju University Department of Radiological Science

조정근 ( Cho Jung-Keun ) - Jeonju University Department of Radiological Science

Abstract


Radiation Following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident in Japan, public interest and anxiety about radiation safety increased, and vague anxiety about commonly exposed living radiation was generated. The Atomic Energy Safety Commission has been conducting a survey of processed products that advertise "negative ions" and "far-infrared" emissions under the Living Radiation Safety Management Act. In this study, in-depth analysis was performed from a statistical point of view using the measurement data presented in the Nuclear Safety Committee's actual survey analysis report as secondary data. As a result, there was a statistically significant difference (p<0.005) between latex and civil affairs products. There were also statistically significant differences (p<0.05) in the results of testing whether there were significant differences in the annual exposure dose between groups after categorizing 71 civil products, including radon beds, into bed, bedding, and living and other categories. The correlation analysis results also confirm that, as is commonly known, the annual doses received from processed products are associated with radon derived from U-238 and Th-232.

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생활주변 방사선안전관리법 ; 연간피폭선량 ; 라돈침대 ; 통계분석
Living Radiation Safety Management Act ; Annual Exposure Dose ; Radon Bed ; U-238 ; Th-232 ; Statistical Analysis
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