29th iarp national conference

(IARPNC – 2010)
3 – 5 FEBRUARY, 2010
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
08.30 – 09.30 Registration
09.30 – 10.45 Inaugural Function

Welcome: Dr. D.N. Sharma, President, IARP Presidential Address: Shri H.S. Kushwaha, Chairman, Organizing Committee Release of Souvenir/ Shri S.S. Bajaj, Chairman, AERB Book of Abstracts & Remarks IARP Awards & Dr. S. Banerjee, Chairman, AEC & Inaugural Address: Secretary, Government of India Vote of thanks: Shri A.H. Khan, Secretary, IARP Inauguration of Exhibition: Shri S. Banerjee, Chairman, AEC 10.45 – 11.30
11.30 – 13.00
SESSION-I: Oration Talks
Chairman: Shri S.D. Soman, Formerly Chairman, AERB
A.K. Ganguly Oration Talk – Dr. K.S. ParthasarthyA. Nagarathanam Oration Talk – Dr. A.R. Reddy K.G. Vohra Oration Talk – Dr. A.S. Pradhan 13.00 – 13.45
13.45 – 15.15
SESSION-II: Recent Advances in Radiation Dosimetry-1
Chairman: Shri H.S. Kushwaha, Director, HS & E Group
Co-Chairman: Dr. Y.S. Mayya
Time Dependent Energy Deposition in the Nanometer Scale and Nano Dosimetry Personnel Neutron Dosimetry: Principles and Limitation Marlies Luszik Bhadra Automatic Read out System for Superheated Emulsion Based Neutron Detector J.P. Meena, A. Parihar, S.G. Vaijapurkar and Anand Mohan. High Temperature Exposure Risk Assessment Analysis and Classification Performance Evaluation of BARC 125I-Ocuprosta Seeds for Safer Brachytherapy Applications Sanjay Kumar Saxena, Yogendra Kumar, Pratap Singh, S. Murali, Ashutosh Dash and Meera Venkatesh 15.15 – 15.30
15.30 – 17.00
SESSION-III: Recent advances in Radiation Dosimetry-II
Chairman: Dr. U.C. Mishra, Formerly Director, HS & E Group Co-Chairman: Shri A.H. Khan Dosimetric Materials and TechniquesB.C. Bhatt Radiochronic Dosimeter for Nuclear Emergency S.G. Vaijapurkar, A. Bera, H.S. Chaudhary, J.S. Hoda, A. Kumar and P. Narayan Monte Carlo Calculations of Effect of Chest Wall Thickness on the Assessment of Lung Burden of 241Am D.K. Akar, H.K. Patni and S. Bhati 17.00 – 18.00
SESSION-IV: Poster presentation and Rapporteuring
Rapporteur-1 (Radiation Protection Dosimetry): Dr. S.D. Sharma P-3, P-4, P-5, P-6, P-7, P-12, P-20, P-27, P-29, P-47 & P-56 Repporteur-2 (Radiation Protection Instruments): Dr. M.S. Kulkarni P-1, P-10, P-19, P-21, P-22, P-34, P-35, P-41, P-46, P-52 & P-54 Repporteur-3 (Radiation Protection for Members of Public & Environment): Dr. Mohan ChougaonkarP-11, P-18, P-23, P-24, P-25, P-31, P-33, P-36, P-42, P-50 & P-51 19.00 – 20.30 Cultural Programme
Thursday, February 4, 2010
09.30 – 11.00
SESSION -V: Recent Advances in Radiation Dosimetry-III
Chairman: Dr. M.R. Iyer, Formerly Head, RSSD Co-Chairman: Shri S.P. Agarwal Computational Methods in Several Fields of Radiation DosimetryHerwig G. Paretzke A New Neutron Monitor for Pulsed Radiation Field Marlies Luszik Bhadra Estimation of Thorium Lung Burdens in Mineral Separation Plant Workers by Thoron-in-Breath MeasurementSujata Radhakrishnan, K. Sreekumar, Esai Selvan, R.M. Tripathi and V.D. Puranik Biokinetic Studies of Strontium for Indian Adult Population using the Data on its Daily Intake and Serum ContentSuma Nair and Sharda Bhati 11.00 – 11.15
11.15 – 13.00
SESSION-VI: Recent Advances in Radiation Dosimetry-IV
and Dose Registry
Chairman: Dr. P.K. Sarkar, Head, HPD Co-Chairman: Dr. B.K. Sapra Bubble Detector for Laboratory n & γ Dosimetry S.G. Vaijapurkar In House Development of Radiation Monitor Using Dual Phosphor A. Dhanasekaran, P. Desheeb, P. Vijayasekaran, V. Rajagopal, M. Geo Mathews and V. Meenakshi Sundaram Studies to Validate the Measurement of Translocation Frequency in Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes by GTG Banding and Chromosome Painting for Biological Dosimetry Harpreet Kaur, F.D. Solomon, K. Paul, M. Thayalan, M. Balu David and P. Venkatachalam Influence of Radioactive Cooling and Non-ideal Heat Transfer on TL Glow Curves: Studies Using Clamped / Exponential Heating Munish Kumar and G. Chourasiya 13.00 – 13.45
13.45 – 15.30
SESSION-VII: Radiation Dosimetry, Computational Methods, Risk
Assessment and Safety Analysis

Chairman: Dr. A.K. Ghosh, Ex. AERB Co-Chairman: Dr. D. Datta Dosimetric Aspects of Radiation Processing of Food and Allied Products G. Sharma O-10 Uncertainty Analysis in Radiological Risk Assessment Using Fuzzy Approach Brij Kumar, D. Datta, M. Pandey and H.S. Kushwaha O-11 A Review of the Safety Aspects of Waste Tank Farm-P3A, Kalpakkam Chitra Subramanian, V.K. Sharma and Vijay Zade O-12 Monte Carlo Simulation of the Calibration Factor of a Plastic Scintillator Based 85Kr Stack MonitorS. Bakar, A. Dhrnasekharan, K.C. Ajoy, V. Rajagopala and V. Meenakshi Sundaram 15.30 – 15.45
15.45 – 16.45
SESSION-VIII: Radiological Safety Assessment and Occupational
Radiation Protection

Chairman: Dr. O.P. Singh, Secretary, AERB Co-Chairman: Shri R.G. Purohit O-13 Radiological Consequence of Rupture of a High Level Waste Storage Tank at Advanced Waste Tank From – TarapurArti Mhatre, V.K. Sharma and Umadevi K. O-14 Investigation on the Source of Activity in RCB of FBTR M.T. Jose, R. Sarangapani, S. Viswanathan, Bajeer Sulthan, I. Jaffer, T.K. Srinivasan, D.N. Krishnakumar, N. Suriyamurthy and V. Meenakshisundaram O-15 Operational Health Physics Experience during Receipt of Fresh High Level Liquid Waste and the Historic HLW at WIP, Trombay A.K. Deepa, K.R. Rathish, N. Bhosale, H.S. Patel, S.K. Saroj, K. Singh, A. Nayak, A.P. Jakhete, N.S. Tomar, C.P. Kaushik and P.C. Gupta O-16 Development of New Criteria for TLD-DRD Discrepancy Identification 16.45 – 17.45
SESSION-IX: Poster Presentation and rapporteuring
Rapporteur 1 (Radiation Protection Dosimetry): Dr. M.M. Adtani P-57, P-65, P-75, P-76, P-81, P-85, P-86, P-87 and P-88 Rapporteur 2 (Occupational Radiation on Protection): Shri S.K. Prasad P-2, P-8, P-9, P-15, P-16. P-17, P-26, P-30, P-32, P37 and P-39 Rapporteur 3 (Radiation Protection Instruments): Shri D.A.R. Babu P-53, P-60, P-65, P-67, P-68, P-78, P-80 and P-84 Friday, February 5, 2010
9.30 – 10.45
SESSION-X: Radiation Dosimetry, Management / Studies Related to
Nuclear & Radiological Emergencies, Radiation Risk

Chairman: Shri K. Muralidhar, Secretary, AEC Co-Chairman: Dr. K.S. Pradeepkumar IT-12 Disaster Management / Emergency Preparedness O-17 Requirement of Trained First Responders and National Level Preparedness for Prevention and Response to Radiological Terrorism R. Sharma and K.S. Pradeepkumar O-18 Advantage of Chromatographic Resin over the Conventional Nitrate Radiochemical Separation for 89,90Sr in Milk in Case or Radiological Emergency S.T. Mehenderge, V. Sudheendran, D.D. Rao and A.G. Hegde O-19 Effect of Tumour Promoter Iodoacetate on Radiation Induced Cloromosomal Aberrations in Human Lymphocytes K.B. Anjaria, K.B. Shirsath, N.N. Bhat and B. Sreedevi 10.45 – 11.00
11.00 – 12.15
SESSION-XI: Radon Monitoring and Measurement System
Chairman: Dr. Y.S. Mayya, Head, RP & AD Co-Chairman: Dr. G.G. Pandit IT-13 Measurement of Individual Radon Exposure O-20 Indigenous Development and Networking of Real Time Radon Monitors In the Underground Uranium MinesJ.J. Garware, B.K. Sahoo, B.K. Sapra and Y.S. Mayya O-21 Measurement of Radon Flux and Tailings Parameters for Quantifying the Source Term due to Radon Exhalation from U Tailings Pile at Jaduguda B.K. Sahoo, Y.S. Mayya, B.K. Sapra, J.J. Gaware and H.S. Kushwaha O-22 A Simple Technique for the Measurement of 222Rn in Soil Gas Using LLRDS 12.15 – 12.50
SESSION-XII: Radiation Protection of Environment and Public
Chairman: Shri V.D. Puranik, Head, EAD Co-Chairman: Dr. R.M. Tripathi O-23 A Comparison of Effects of Build-up Factors on the Estimation of External Exposure due to Elemental Release of Noble Gases M.K. Chatterjee, R. Singh, K.S. Pradeepkumar and D.N. Sharma O-24 Gaseous and Liquid Effluents Releases to the Environment and Public Dose Index from MAPS-A Trend Analysis L. Moolya, L. Chitra Balaji, K. Varalakshmi, Radhika Ravi, R.K. Kannan and P.G. Mohan Das 12.50 – 13.35
13.35 – 14.30
Continuation SESSION-XII
O-25 Estimation of Natural Radioactivity in the Ash Generated from Coal Fired Thermal Power Plants R.C. Bhangare, S.K. Sahu, P.Y. Ajmal, G.G. Pandit and V.D. Puranik O-26 Repeated Readout of TLD Cards Based on CaSO4: Dy for Environmental Gamma Radiation Monitoring T.A. Takale, M. Swarnkar, P.G. Shetty, S.K. Sahu, G.G. Pandit and V.D. Puranik O-27 Determination of Ionic Strength and Activity Coefficients in the Natural Ground Water of Mumbai Ajay Kumar, S. Rout, D.Datta and V.M. Joshi 14.30 – 15.30
SESSION – XIII: Poster Presentation and Rapporteuring
Chairman: Shri K.A. Pendharkar
Repporteur-1 (Occupational Radiation Protection): Ms. Pramilla Sawant P-40, P-44, P-45, P-48, P-58, P-59, P-64, P-73 and P-77 Repporteur-2 (Radiation Protection of Environment & Public): Dr. P.C. Verma P-53, P-61, P-63, P-66, P-71, P-72, P-74, P-79, P-82 and P-89 Repporteur-3 (Radiation Risk / Safety Assessment): Shri V.V. Sanyasi Rao P-13, P-14, P-28, P-70, P-38, P-43, P-49 and P-69 15.30 – 15.45
15.45 – 16.15

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