ECRR

AcronymDefinition
ECRREvery Child Ready to Read (library initiative)
ECRREuropean Committee on Radiation Risk
ECRREuropean Centre for River Restoration
ECRREdinburgh Centre for Rural Research
ECRREastern Coal Regional Roundtable
ECRREducation Counseling and Risk Reduction
ECRREuropean Congress on Research in Rehabilitation
ECRREnvironmental Cost Recovery Rider
ECRREnergy-Corrected Rigid-Rotor Approximation
ECRREngineer Change Request and Record
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The used simulation program is Flux2D[R] and is a useful tool for analyzing and optimizing the proposed ECRR prototype.
The ECRR investigations were based on the analogy with the electrostatic micromotor with rolling rotor and axial interstice [5].
The ECRR operation is based on the difference between the rotor radius and the range of rolling over its route.
There is a more accurate model, the ECRR, one which has now been translated into Japanese and is available on the internet.
(2.) Chris Busby, "The health outcome of the Fukushima catastrophe - Initial analysis from risk model of the European Committee on Radiation Risk ECRR," March 30, 2011.
(5.) Chris Busby, Rosalie Bertell, Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake, Molly Scott Cato, Alexey Yablokov, "ECRR 2010 Recommendations of the European Committee on Radiation Risk - The Health Effects of Exposure to Low Doses of Ionizing Radiation, Regulators' Edition," Green Audit, August 2010.
IRSN agree with ECRR that the ICRP reasoning on averaging dose 'may be criticized as we are now aware that numerous radionuclides
continue: 'The ECRR considers that particle concentrations in tissues, locally generating high radiation doses, are more carcinogenic than when the same amount of energy is uniformly deposited in tissues.
Comments on the ECRR report The health effects of ionizing radiation exposure at low doses for radiation protection purposes, and Busby's commentary on it are available from him at christo@greenaudit.org.