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Such laws, he asserted, would limit ﬂexibility and make it more difﬁcult to take advantage of developments in the ﬁeld. Their work was not totally pointless, however; most court cases over the past couple of decades had been decided on the basis of guidelines set forth by the NCRP. Because these handbooks reﬂected the expertise of some of the country’s leading scientists, they carried considerable authoritative weight. It might become necessary, Taylor acknowledged, to include representatives of labor unions on the NCRP, not because of any contribution to technical knowledge they might make, but to let them in on the negotiation in order to bring union practices and scientiﬁc standards closer together.
Government regulations, they felt, would stiﬂe their research. But Wolman argued that their hospitals were large, probably with adequate monitoring. What about the smaller organizations with few resources to spare for close monitoring? 64 This was a festering question among users of radiation and radioisotopes, particularly those who feared not only an era of top-down control by the AEC, but also the array of ﬁnancial responsibilities that would come with regulations. The need to ensure adequate disposal practices raised a couple of practical problems.
While “tolerance” implied a threshold for human exposure, “capacity” implied a threshold for dumping waste into the sea. Most of the work on waste disposal was designed to establish a ﬁgure, comparable to a threshold value, to deﬁne what could be put safely into the oceans. And just as the NCRP suspected the falsity of threshold values for human exposure, it was the NCRP—and speciﬁcally its oceanographer, Richard Fleming—that began to question envisioning the ocean as a giant sewer with a speciﬁc capacity to accept radioactive wastes.
An optimal selection of induction heater capacitance considering dissipation loss caused by ESR by Lee J.