Re: [fluka-discuss]: Point beam distribution with various particles. How to?

From: Vahan Petrosyan <>
Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2013 20:48:27 +0400

Many thanks!
I am familiar with USRBIN card I think it can't help me. I am sorry ...
Maybe I explained the issue not clearly. let me explain again.....

1) I need a beam that consits with various particles with certain
coordinates for example one proton 2 electrons and 3 protons so on (
numbers and prticles can vary).....
saying in another words .... 2 proton and 3 electron should
simultaneously hit the iron box then I want to record all prticles
(coordinates, energy, and moving direction) at the point of crossing
1) How can I record all prticles' coordinates, energy, and moving
directions at the point of crossing boundary in some file?
I read fluka manual and it says it can do that with collision tape....
but special subrutine should be written.... how program that routine?
2) How can program a beam that has 2 electrons and 3 protons in it?

I did some programming of SOURCE routine that takes particles from data
file but I get error.
Can you take a look to my project that I attached?
I also used this tread.

On 11/6/2013 3:47 PM, Francesco Rossetto wrote:
> Dear Vahan,
> About question 1 what you should do is to use the USRBIN card. You can
> use it in order to get the proton/electron distribution for any
> particle, setting the sampling parameters, and the output files. For
> more details
> about question 2, let me make it clear. Do you want to have a
> 2electrons-1proton-beam? Let me know
> Francesco

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