Hi! Hopefully I'm not being too stupid, but I'm trying to work out the radiation dose received at a particular point in space being subjected to a high rate of proton flux. I think.. that I am right in working it out this way so far, for instance if the flux rate of Protons >100Mev is 10^7 cm3 s-1 (100*10^6 ev) * (10^7 cm3 s-1) * (1.602×10^−19 Joules) = 1.602*10^-4 Joules cm3 s-1 Based on 1cm3 of body mass being 1g then: (1.602*10^-4)*1000g = 0.1602 Joules/Kg (s-1) = 0.1602 Gy (s-1) 0.1602 * 5 Proton Q.F. = 0.801 Sv (s-1) So would the calculations be correct in stating that if you were suspended in an area of space with a Proton flux of 10^7 cm3 s-1 with proton energies of 100Mev you would be receiving an effective dose of 0.801 Sv / Second ? It's probably all garbage, but if anyone can help I would be most grateful :) Thanks!