Re: AW: question on USRBDX/USRTRACK results

From: Mina Nozar <>
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 10:33:04 -0700

Hello Olaf,

Not that I know of, unless you used a user routine which you would specify all neutral particles you are interested in

If the contribution from neutrons was kept separate (over the entire energy range and not just below 20 MeV), you could
just simply tweak the tab.lis file and take out the data points corresponding to neutrons. But that is not the case at
the moment so above 20 MeV, contributions from all neutral particles is added up.

I am sending this to the list since it might be easy to implement this in future versions of FLUKA if there is enough

Also, others might have better solutions or a recipe to do what you need.

Cheers and best wishes,

On 12-06-29 12:31 AM, Olaf Hartmann wrote:
> Dear Mina, dear Andrea,
> thanks for the clarification.
> Is there a possibility in FLUKA to score something like "all neutrals but neutrons"? As far as I see from the manual,
> the only way is to score all species separately.
> Cheers
> Olaf.
> On 06/27/2012 06:49 PM, Mina Nozar wrote:
>> Hello Olaf,
>> I came across this a while back.
>> The answer from Andrea and Francesco is correct. If you plot the distributions, you will see two sets of points plotted
>> below 20 MeV, one corresponding to the low energy neutrons (having their own binning determined by the group structure)
>> and one corresponding to the remaining neutral particles.
>> Cheers,
>> Mina
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