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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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