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Analysis of the shipped material also takes place at this It involves the description of its physical and chemical properties, and of the nature of the hazards associated with the loss of the integrity of the package. The hazard can pertain to chemical or radiological toxicity or both. A release can lead to acute or delayed effects such as latent cancer fatalities and genetic effects. In the case of a radioactive material that is non-dispersible, one must consider the external irradiation due to the loss of shielding.
If there is no alternative the model can be simple, if there is one then an appropriate parameter must be present to take it into account. This attitude is often disagreed with on the ground that important parameters are neglected whereas some others of minor importance are taken into account. But that inconsistency disappears when optimization analyses are performed, for the models are used in a comparative manner and not for absolute assessments. At least the general environment must be detailed, that is the actual traffic conditions, the demographic parameters and the weather condition probabilities along the selected routes.
Benassai A. Orsini Japan - S. W. Ha Technical Committee Meeting (TC-555). 17-21 June 1985 Belgium France France France German Democratic Republic Germany, Federal Republic of India Italy Italy Japan Japan Japan Japan Sweden Sweden United Kingdom United Kingdom United States of America L. Baekelandt C. Ringot J. Hamard P. Hubert C. W. Collin J. Bisht S. Benassai A. Orsini A. Yamato H. Fudo A. Kasai M. Yoshida B. Svahn B. B. K. Wilson R. E. Luna H. B. Pope (Scientific Secretary) Commentors on TC-555 Draft Argentina - A.
Air Force Bases [U.S.] [V. 2 - Outside U.S.] by R. Mueller