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#Work out a scenario using solutions to  allow humans to transit on elevator
#Work out a scenario using solutions to  allow humans to transit on elevator
#Model the complete radiation exposure in a materials/radiation code or initially in a spreadsheet
#Model the complete radiation exposure in a materials/radiation code or initially in a spreadsheet
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Revision as of 21:47, 12 July 2008

Radiation Protection for Humans in Transit

If we want to transport humans we need to reduce the radiation exposure expected on the baseline slow (200kph)ascent.

  1. Start with Ander Jorgensen’s work and evaluate extent of issue
  2. Outline potential solutions
    • Speed
    • Active shielding
    • Passive shielding
  3. Work out a scenario using solutions to allow humans to transit on elevator
  4. Model the complete radiation exposure in a materials/radiation code or initially in a spreadsheet


Completed and Ongoing Efforts
Rad protection Work by User 1
Rad Protection Work by User 2
Rad Protection Work by User 3