With our computer systems AVV-Air, AVV-Water and SBG, we offer various systems for calculating radiation exposure from discharges during normal operation and in the event of accidents, currently still based on the regulations of the Radiation Protection Ordinance of 2001 (StrlSchV (2001)) and the associated General Administrative Regulations (AVV).
- AVV – Air
The new version of the AVV-Air calculation program calculates radiation exposure from the discharge of radioactive substances in the air in accordance with the revised version of the general administrative instructions (AVV) relating to § 47 StrlSchV (2001).
- AVV – Water
The current version of the AVV-Water calculation program calculates radiation exposure from the discharge of radioactive substances in water in accordance with the revised version of the general administrative instructions (AVV) relating to § 47 StrlSchV (2001).
- SBG – design-basis hazardous incidents
The BS-SBG calculation program calculates the radiation exposure resulting from design-basis hazardous incidents in accordance with hazardous incident calculation principles (SBG) relating to § 49 StrlSchV (2001) (new version of chapter 4: calculation of radiation exposure, Commission on Radiological Protection (SSK) recommendation of 11 September 2003).
- Dose coefficients
The BS-ADK program provides assistance with accessing all the dose coefficients from the Federal Gazette 2001, volume 160 a+b. It can be used both in conjunction with the above-stated products and on a stand-alone basis.
AVV-Air and AVV-Water will continue to be used for dispersion and dose calculation until further notice, due to the transitional provisions in the new StrlSchV of 2018. In this context, we would be pleased to inform you about future developments at BRENK.
Further information can be found in our product datasheet or by getting directly into contact with us.