This module collects a set of user examples aimed to demonstrate to a user how to make correct use of the FLUGG toolkit by implementing those user-classes which a Geant4 user is supposed to customize in order to define his/her own detector geometry setup.
This set of examples covers some possible general use-cases for actual detector simulation for HEP.
- series of slab of different elements (Al, Au, Al), which total thickness is of the order of the electron range;
- multiple scattering at boundaries (handle delicate situations such as grazing angles, backscattering, deflections at boundaries). See Fig. 2;
Fluka files: alaual.inp
- 500 MeV protons on a thick Cu target: the generated neutrons propagate in a concrete shield (see fig 3);
- fluka biasing techniques are applied to achieve variance reduction (Fig. 4;
Fluka files: Bias.inp,fluarlw.f
- test-geometry with spheres and tubs;
- tracking in magnetic field;
Fluka files: MagSphereNotRep.inp, magfld.f
Fig. 5 shows energy deposition by 1 GeV proton in the MagSphereNotReP geometry.
- Test-36 em-hadronic calorimeter[2,3],
see Figs. 6 and 7;
- Full ``ordinary" processes;
- no magnetic field;
- use of special scoring wrapper
Fluka input files: T36.inp, fusrbv.f lusrbl.f musrbr_t36.f
Individual README files for the examples are under construction.