RE: The remanent dose rate when a local shielding is removed

From: Santana, Mario <msantana_at_SLAC.Stanford.EDU>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2011 08:41:10 -0800

One method, the only one up to now, is to use Stephan's routines.
It is not too difficult but it requires some care.
The alternative will come in the soon-to-be-released FLUKA2010,
where you should be able to flag regions to become vacuum for
the post-irradiation phase, and from the user side it all will be
integrated into a single step.

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Subject: The remanent dose rate when a local shielding is removed

Dear Fluka users,
I want to calculate the remanent dose rate when the inner liner
of the vacuum tank, which contains a great mass of radionuclides,
is removed in a 100 MeV cyclotron. I think the method is:
Dump the coordinates and the activity of the radionuclides
into a file and then resample it. But I don't know how to do the dumping.
I read the presentation of S. Roesler, and find he provides a
two step method to calculate the residual dose rate.
 But it looks not so easy for me. I hope I can get more examples
here and I am very grateful to learn more in detail.
Many thanks for your help!
 Best regards
Yuanjie Bi

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