Radiation Exposure Converter

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Radiation Exposure Converter

Radiation exposure Converter is used to convert the entered values and finds the differential pressure.

What is Radiation?

Radiation refers to the emission of energy in the form of particles or electromagnetic waves. It can come from natural sources, such as the sun and radioactive materials present in the environment, or human-made sources like X-rays, nuclear power plants, and radiation therapy equipment.

Sources of Radiation Exposure:

Radiation exposure can occur from both natural and artificial sources. Natural sources include cosmic radiation from the sun and outer space, radon gas, and radioactive elements present in soil and rocks.

Artificial sources encompass medical procedures that use radiation, such as X-rays and CT scans, as well as occupational exposure in industries dealing with radioactive materials.

Types of Radiation:

There are several types of radiation including:

  • Ionizing radiation
  • Non-ionizing radiation

Ionizing radiation:

Ionizing radiation has enough energy to remove tightly bound electrons from atoms, leading to the formation of ions. Examples of ionizing radiation include X-rays, gamma rays, and alpha and beta particles.

Non-ionizing radiation:

Non-ionizing radiation, on the other hand, lacks sufficient energy to ionize atoms but can still have biological effects. This category includes radio waves, microwaves, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Radiation Protection Measures:

Protecting oneself from radiation exposure is crucial. Several measures can be taken to minimize the risks associated with radiation. These include:


Limiting the time of exposure to radiation by reducing unnecessary exposure and increasing distance from radiation sources.


Use appropriate shielding materials, such as lead aprons or concrete walls, to block or reduce radiation penetration.


Regularly monitoring radiation levels with dosimeters to ensure safe levels are maintained.

Contamination control: Implementing proper hygiene practices, such as washing hands and using protective clothing, to prevent the spread of radioactive materials.

Radiation safety training:

Providing education and training to individuals working with radiation to ensure they understand the risks and safety protocols.

Solved Example:


Convert the exposure if:

  • Change in pressure = 14
  • Pipe diameter = 19
  • Fluid Density = 16
  • Mass Flow Rate = 23


The Exposure = 1.59923 * change in pressure * Fluid density * (pipe diameter)4 / (mass flow rate)2

The Exposure = 1.59923 * 14 * 16 * (19)4 / (23)2

The Exposure = 88251

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