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From: <dengmw_at_student.sysu.edu.cn>
Date: Thu, 5 May 2011 00:30:19 +0800 (CST)

Dear Lucia,
Sender: owner-fluka-discuss_at_mi.infn.it

I have found the unit part/cmq/pri ,in the USRTRACK or USRBDX output file,
followed by the unit part/pri.I have noticed that the values of these 2
units are the same,which means the cmq is 1 cmq,although the square is not 1
cmq according to my input file.So I think this default value is not exactly =
in accordance with the value of the input file.

From: "Lucia Sarchiapone"<Lucia.Sarchiapone_at_lnl.infn.it>
To: dengmw_at_student.sysu.edu.cn
CC: fluka-discuss_at_fluka.org
Date: Apr 27, 2011 3:10:49
Subject: Re: How to get the reaction efficiency unit part/pri in FLAIR?

about the reaction efficiency you could look in the standard output file
where a full list of particles generated per primary in inelastic
interactions appears.
About the fluence, the unit "cmq" is exactly what you write.

On Apr 22, 2011 01:11 PM, dengmw_at_student.sysu.edu.cn wrote:

> Dear all,
> We can get the results in units of part/GeV/cmq/pri or part/cmq/pri
> through scoring card such as USRTRACK.And if I want to know the
> reaction
> efficiency,namely,how many particles emitted per primary,how can I do
> that?
> What's more,I want to know something about the "cmq" in the unit
> part/cmq/pri in USRTRACK,which scors FLUENCE in VOLUME.Does it appear
> by L/V(L over V),which L represents the total track length of a
> primary
> in a certain region, and V represents the volume of the region?
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