From: Marco Mauri (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Nov 28 2007 - 10:04:51 CET
In "The Physics of the FLUKA code: Recent development" the following=20
reference is cited for the plot of the Bragg peak you are trying to=20
Sommerer, F., Parodi, K., Ferrari, A., et al. Investigating the accuracy=20
of the FLUKA code for transport of therapeutic ion beams in matter.=20
Phys. Med. Biol. 51, 4385=964398, 2006.
In this article more details are given on the simulations from which the=20
plot is obtained.
In particular the ionization potential of water has been set to 80 eV,=20
instead of the default value 75 eV (It can be set in FLUKA with the=20
Jamshid Soltani wrote:
>Hi Dear users and authors,
>I run my input file which is in attach file.I used a 270 Mev/n 12C
>interaction with water.this energy was used by authors in paper with
>entitle: The Physics of the FLUKA code:Recent development.(page 1346).my
>Bragg Peak is placed in 14.4 Cm and it seems that it is differ with
>calculation by authors.
>for your information,I used XMgrace for making plot.
>I want to know the reasons of differences between these two Bragg Peak.
>I need more detail on physics behind mechanism of interaction of Heavy
>charged particles with matter which is apply by FLUKA.
>can anyone help me?
> In advanced,Thank you for your help
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