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( 30.07.2021 )

FLUKA 2021.2.1 has been released.
Fluka Major Release 18.05.2021 FLUKA 2021.2.0 has been released.
Congratulations from INFN: ,
Dear Paola,
I wish to congratulate you and all the authors and collaborators for this new Fluka release, which looks at the future and confirms the support of INFN in the development and continuous improvement of this code.
best regards
Diego Bettoni
INFN Executive Committee


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DCYSCORE

associates selected scoring detectors of given estimator type with user-defined decay times or with combined prompt-decay particle scoring. In the first case, see WARNING in Note 1 below.

See also DCYTIMES, IRRPROFI, RADDECAY, RESNUCLEi

     WHAT(1) > 0.0 : cooling time index to be associated with the detector(s) of
                     estimator type defined by SDUM and with number corresponding
                     to WHAT(4)-WHAT(6) (see Note 2 below)
             = -1.0 : if option RADDECAY has been requested with WHAT(1) > 1.0,
                     i.e. for radioactive decays activated in semi-analogue mode,
                     the detectors defined by WHAT(4)-WHAT(6) will score both
                     prompt and radioactive decay particles
             = 0.0 : no scoring
             Default = 0.0

     WHAT(2)-WHAT(3) = not used

     WHAT(4) = lower index bound (or corresponding name) of detectors of type
               SDUM associated with the specified cooling time (if WHAT(1) > 0.)
               or with combined prompt-decay particle scoring (if WHAT(1) = -1.)
               ("From detector WHAT(4) of estimator type SDUM....")
             Default = 1.0

     WHAT(5) = upper index bound (or corresponding name) of detectors associated
               with the specified cooling time or with combined prompt-decay
               particle scoring
               ("...to detector WHAT(5) of estimator type SDUM....")
             Default = WHAT(4)

     WHAT(6) = step length in assigning indices
               ("...in step of WHAT(6)")
             Default = 1.0

     SDUM    : identifies the kind of estimator under consideration: EVENTBIN,
               RESNUCLEi, USRBDX, USRBIN, USRCOLL, USRTRACK, USRYIELD
             Default: no default!

     Default (option DCYSCORE not requested): no detector is associated with any
             cooling time index, and only prompt particles are scored

Notes:

  • 1) WARNING: when the DCYSCORE option is applied to a detector with WHAT(1) > 0.0, all quantities are expressed PER UNIT TIME (in seconds). For instance, the RESNUCLEi estimator will output Bq, dose estimators will provide dose rate, etc. If WHAT(1) = -1., all quantities are normalized per unit primary weight.

  • 2) The cooling time index indicated by WHAT(1) > 0. must be one of those defined by means of option DCYTIMES.

Example, for a number-based input:

 *...+....1....+....2....+....3....+....4....+....5....+....6....+....7....+....8
 DCYTIMES      86400.   172800.
 DCYSCORE          1.        0.        0.        4.        8.        2.USRBIN
 DCYSCORE          2.        0.        0.        1.        5.          USRTRACK
 * Two cooling times have been defined. Binnings no. 4, 6 and 8 will be
 * associated to the first cooling time (one day), and track-length detectors
 * no. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 will be associated to the second cooling time (2 days)

The same example, in a name-based input:

 DCYTIMES      86400.   172800.
 DCYSCORE          1.        0.        0.  binning4  binning8        2.USRBIN
 DCYSCORE          2.        0.        0.  trakDet1  trakDet5          USRTRACK

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