Re: Score residual nuclei produced from one element in a compound

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Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2013 05:48:22 +0100 (CET)

Dear Christina,
if you are interested, for example, in scoring the residual nuclei
produced in the interaction of your proton beam against copper you could
use simply ICHTAR (charge of the target nucleus in the interaction, while
with IBTAR you can get A) to discriminate them.

> Dear FLUKA users,
> In the attached input I have a compound consisting of 2 different
> elements. But I am interested in knowing the residual nuclei only
> produced from one of the two elements.
> For this, I'm trying to find a way to determine the target nucleus of an
> inelastic reaction. I use the mgdraw.f routine and score ACMINI (?). But
> it somehow gives strange numbers for some cases: the value is 0 for the
> first inelastic interaction and afterwards the numbers are sometimes the
> same for different reaction. Therefore I am not sure if this is the
> variable I am looking for... Could anyone explain me, what ACMINI is
> exactly and if it make sense using it the way I do? Or is there a better
> variable giving maybe the atomic number of the target nucleus from a
> reaction?
> Thanks a lot for your help and best regards,
> Christina
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