Guidelines for Selecting Preferred Highway Routes for Highway Route Controlled Quantity Shipments of Radioactive Materials
U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Special Programs Administration, 1984 - Radioactive substances
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APPENDIX A BLANK REPRODUCIBLE WORKSHEETS
DERIVATION OF ECONOMIC COMPARISON FACTOR
APPENDIX E DERIVATION OF EVACUATION COMPARISON FACTOR
0-5 mile band accident frequency accident rate accidental release agencies alternative routes Appendix apply available routes bypass routes calculations comparative Consequence Multipliers controlled quantity shipments conversion factor Decontamination Costs determined document economic consequence emergency response equation evaluation factor values fatalities and injuries figure of merit guidelines hazardous materials highway route controlled identify inhalation dose Interstate Interstate highway isopleths land use types method normal exposure normal radiation exposure Nuclear Regulatory Commission number of persons overall population density potential preferred routes primary comparison factors public health risk quantity radioactive materials Radiation Exposure Factor radioactive material shipments radionuclide release consequence measure release of radioactive route comparison factors route controlled quantity route selection process routing analysis safe levels sample secondary factors severe transportation accidents shipments of radioactive special facilities square kilometers square miles thousand shipments Traffic fatalities truck accident truck carrying truck stops TTH S-0 weighting factor worksheet