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Virtual Reality-based Simulation System for Nuclear and Radiation Safety SuperMC/RVIS


Documents: Full paper available in Conference Proceedings.
 
Date: Monday October 19
Time:16:40 - 17:05
 
Session:1B2: Modelling & Simulation II
 
Authors: Tao He (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Liqin Hu (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Pengcheng Long (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Leiming Shang (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Shaoheng Zhou (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Qi Yang (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Jinbo Zhao (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Jing Song (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Shengpeng Yu (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Mengyun Cheng (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Lijuan Hao (Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology, China)
Abstract:

The suggested work scenarios in radiation environment need to be iterative optimized according to the ALARA principle. Based on Virtual Reality (VR) technology and high-precision whole-body computational voxel phantom, a virtual reality-based simulation system for nuclear and radiation safety named SuperMC/RVIS has been developed for organdose assessment and ALARA evaluation of work scenarios in radiation environment. The system architecture, ALARA evaluation strategy, advanced visualization methods and virtual reality technology used in SuperMC/RVIS are described. A case is presented to show its dose assessment and interactive simulation capabilities.

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