Index of Files

Most of the PC files are self-extracting (.EXE) or zipped (.zip). Just put the file in a temp directory, and click on them in file manager (explorer) or run them from the program manager. Mac files require unstuff-It program. The zipped files will require a unzipping program, such as pkunzip or Winzip. Many of the files are in Microsoft (Ms) Word, Excel or Power Point. All of the unstuffing/compression programs can be found at :

The Best PC Internet Software/ Freeware/Shareware
The Best PC Internet Software... (Mirror of above site)
WinZip (Window based Zip/unZip program)
PC and Mac Internet Software Source (Two Cows)
More Mac Software
MathCad


Downloadable files

PC Files
A Microsoft Powerpoint presentation titled "Radiation and You", as well as a lab practical exercise and handouts (in Microsoft Word) for teaching in schools. This was developed by Carolyn Owen, CHP (owen6@llnl.gov) and Kathy Shingleton, and Gary Mansfield.
Radiation and You Power Point Program (Power Point - zipped self-extracting file 1 MB)
Radiation and You Handouts, Exercises (Word - zipped self-extracting file 96k)
Both the Radiation and You Power Point program and Handouts in one file (1.1 MB)
Word for windows version, zipped-self-extracting files (note- not up to date) of:
10CFR20
10CFR21
10CFR30
10CFR31
10CFR35

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RADIATION - Good text for understanding radiation, written for the public by By Lauriston S. Taylor, available in a zipped wordperfect file 104k or in zipped Word 100K

Basics of Radiation and Radioactivity (Ms power point 55k)
Training Files (X-ray safety based o our web site) (Ms power point 46k)
Radiation Safety for non-radiation workers
Training Files (radiation) (Ms power point 188k)

convert - Excel file to convert activity to mass, and English units to SI. (Also specific activity)
radstuff - Excel file for calculation of efficiency and activity
licence - NRC licensees in 1994, in a Excel 5.0 work book
UMIRF - Excel 4.0 worksheets to determine IRFs for internal exposures
Old RadDecay software
RadDecay program written by Charles Hacker at Griffith University in Australia.
Newer versions of RadDecay may be available at:
http://www.gu.edu.au/school/eng/mmt/MMTdownlds.html
www.aptec-inc.com/software_free.htm
Conversion Utility for Windows A good stand alone rad unit conversion program by William G. Nabor (zipped, 230 kb)
A nifty conversion program for Win95/98 users for SI and English units (freeware product by Perma fix company)

Mathcad Files - All PC - self extracting, requires MathCad program to run them, or the freeware Mathcad Explorer found at the MathSoft web site
MC-Radon - Radon, Working levels, Pi products (zipped)
MC-Radon - Radon, Working levels, Pi products (worksheet-hold "Shift" Key down)
Act&Decay - Activity and decay equations and derivation
MC-Hg.exe - Mercury activation and decay worksheet
IRF Calculations for Co-60 Ingestion (worksheet-hold "Shift" Key down)
IRF Calculations for I-131 Ingestion (worksheet-hold "Shift" Key down)
IRF Calculations for P-32 (worksheet-hold "Shift" Key down)
MDA and LLD Calculations (worksheet-hold "Shift" Key down)

Mac Files

A Microsoft Powerpoint presentation titled "Radiation and You", as well as a lab practical exercise and handouts (in Microsoft Word) for teaching in schools. This was developed by Carolyn Owen, CHP (owen6@llnl.gov) and Kathy Shingleton, and Gary Mansfield

Radiation and You Power Point Program (Power Point and Word files - Stuffit format 1.4 MB)

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