Re: How can i modify RESNUCLE scoring?

From: Alberto Fasso' <fasso_at_SLAC.Stanford.EDU>
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 09:13:16 -0700 (PDT)

Dear Christina,

usrrnc is not the only user routine that can be used in connection
with residual nuclei scoring. The function comscw can be used to modify
the score in a way similar to what you have being done for fluence by
means of fluscw.


On Mon, 13 Sep 2010, Christina Urscheler wrote:

> Dear FLUKA experts and users,
> I have the following problem:
> I am working with a lattice geometry where the whole geometry is
> mirrored around the origin. However, in reality the geometry is not
> fully symmetric as some regions consist of a different material
> depending whether they are located in the original prototype or in the
> lattice region. I now would like to score quantities with different
> region based detectors (e.g. USRTRACK) on the condition of the scoring
> taking place in the prototype or in the lattice region. In order to
> achieve this I associate two different detectors with the same prototype
> region but with different detector names, one indicating a scoring in
> the prototype and the other one indicating a scoring in the respective
> lattice region. Subsequently, a FLUSCW routine is used to evaluate where
> the respective quantity has been observed by evaluating the
> MLATTIC variable and applies a weighting factor of 0 or 1 so that
> the correct detector will be used. For scoring fluence spectra this
> works very well and I obtain the different results for the prototype and
> the associated lattice regions which=A0have been assigned a different
> material.
> I tried to do the same procedure for the RESNUCLE scoring, but I am a
> bit confused, since the usrrnc routine is not a function but a
> subroutine. Is there another user routine suitable for this? I would be
> very glad, if someone could help me on this...
> Thank you very much in advance,
> Christina
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