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Simon Morris

The committed effective dose per unit acute intake are evaluated over 50 years for adults. The dose coefficient corresponds to the committed effective dose resulting from the intake of 1 Bq of that radionuclide. Although the dose may be committed over 50 years the dose record will record the whole 50 year committed dose but in the actual year of intake. It is not certain that with the proposed reduction on dose record period from 50 to 30 years in the new IRR17 whether the committed period for dose uptake will also reduce to 30 years. Likewise the derivation of ALI's. What does the forum think?

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Do we use the 30 or 50 year dose coefficients  
The committed effective dose per unit acute intake are evaluated over 50 years for adults. The dose coefficient corresponds to the committed effective
by Simon Morris EDF Energy
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