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[ < prev  ] [ HOME ] [  next > ] USRBINscores distribution of one of several quantities in a regular
spatial structure (binning detector) independent from the geometry.
WHAT(1) : code indicating the type of binning selected. Each type is characterised by a number of properties: * structure of the mesh (spatial: RZ, RPhiZ, Cartesian, or special  by region, or userdefined) * quantity scored:  energy deposited (total or electromagnetic only), dose  stars, fissions (total, high energy or low energy)  neutron balance  activity, specific activity  displacements per atom, non ionising energy losses (restricted or unrestricted)  dose equivalent: convoluting fluence with conversion coefficients (total or electromagnetic only) or multiplying dose by a LETdependent quality factor  momentum transfer  net charge  fluence (tracklength density), silicon 1 MeVequivalent neutron flux * method used for scoring (old algorithm where the energy lost in a step by a charged particle is deposited in the middle of the step, or new algorithm where the energy lost is apportioned among different bins according to the relevant step fraction  see more in Note 14) * mesh symmetry (no symmetry, or specular symmetry around one of the coordinate planes, or around the origin point) 0.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, no symmetry Quantity scored:  if WHAT(2) = 208 (ENERGY), 211 (EMENRGY), 228 (DOSE), 229 (UNBENER), 230 (UNBEMEN), 239 (DPASCO), 238 (NIELDEP), 243 (DOSEQLET) or 244 (RESNIEL): energy or non ionising energy density or displacements per atom or dose equivalent calculated with a Quality Factor (deposited with the old algorithm at midstep, see Note 14)  if WHAT(2) = 219 (FISSIONS), 220 (HEFISS) or 221 (LEFISS): fission density  if WHAT(2) = 222 (NEUBALA), neutron balance density  if WHAT(2) = 231 (XMOMENT), 232 (YMOMENT) or 233 (ZMOMENT): momentum transfer density  if WHAT(2) = 234 (ACTIVITY) or 235 (ACTOMASS): activity or specific activity  if WHAT(2) = 242 (NETCHRG): net charge  WHAT(2) = 240 (DOSEEQ), 241 (DOSEEM): not allowed  otherwise, density of stars produced by particles (or families of particles) with particle code or name = WHAT(2) 1.0 : Mesh: RZ or RPhiZ, no symmetry. Phi is the azimuthal angle around the Z axis, measured from pi to +pi relative to the X axis. Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 0.0 2.0 : Mesh: by region (1 bin corresponds to n regions, with n = 1 to 3) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 0.0 3.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, with symmetry +/ X (i.e. x is used for scoring) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 0.0 4.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, with symmetry +/ Y (i.e. y is used for scoring). Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 0.0 5.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, with symmetry +/ Z (i.e. z is used for scoring). Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 0.0 6.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, with symmetry around the origin (i.e. x, y and z are used for scoring) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 0.0 7.0 : Mesh: RZ or RPhiZ, with symmetry +/ Z (i.e. z is used for scoring) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 0.0 8.0 : Special userdefined 3D binning. Two variables are discontinuous (e.g. region number), the third one is continuous, but not necessarily a space coordinate. See (13) for instructions on how to write, compile and link the user routines. Variable # Type Default Override routine 1st integer region number MUSRBR 2nd integer lattice cell number LUSRBL 3rd continuous pseudorapidity FUSRBV 10.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, no symmetry Quantity scored: if WHAT(2) = 208 (ENERGY), 211 (EMENRGY), 228 (DOSE), 229 (UNBENER), 230 (UNBEMEN), 239 (DPASCO), 238 (NIELDEP) or 244 (RESNIEL): energy or non ionising energy density or displacements per atom (apportioned with the new algorithm along the step, as explained in Note 14). WHAT(2) = 219 (FISSIONS), 220 (HEFISS), 221 (LEFISS), 222 (NEUBALA), 231 (XMOMENT), 232 (YMOMENT), 233 (ZMOMENT), 234 (ACTIVITY), 235 (ACTOMASS): not allowed. WHAT(2) = 240 (DOSEEQ): Dose equivalent. Otherwise, fluence (tracklength density) of particles (or families of particles) with particle code or name = WHAT(2) 11.0 : Mesh: RZ or RPhiZ, no symmetry Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 10.0 12.0 : Mesh: by region (1 bin corresponds to n regions, with n = 1 to 3) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 10.0 13.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, with symmetry +/ X (x used for scoring) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 10.0 14.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, with symmetry +/ Y (y used for scoring) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 10.0 15.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, with symmetry +/ Z (z used for scoring) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 10.0 16.0 : Mesh: Cartesian, with symmetry around the origin (x,y, z used for scoring) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 10.0 17.0 : Mesh: RZ or RPhiZ, with symmetry +/ Z (z used for scoring) Quantity scored: same as for WHAT(1) = 10.0 Default = 0.0 (Cartesian scoring without symmetry, star density or energy density deposited at midstep with the old algorithm) WHAT(2) : particle (or particle family) type to be scored If WHAT(2) = 208 (ENERGY), 211 (EMENRGY), 228 (DOSE), 229 (UNBENER) or 230 (UNBEMEN): If WHAT(1) < 10, the binning will score energy deposition with the old algorithm. If WHAT(1) >= 10, the new deposition algorithm will be used (more accurate, see Note 14). If WHAT(2) = 219 (FISSIONS), 220 (HEFISS) or 221 (LEFISS), and WHAT(1) < 10, the binning will score fission density. WHAT(1) >= 10 is not allowed. If WHAT(2) = 231 (XMOMENT), 232 (YMOMENT) or 233 (ZMOMENT), and WHAT(1) < 10, the binning will score density of momentum transfer. WHAT(1) >= 10 is not allowed. If WHAT(2) = 234 (ACTIVITY) or 235 (ACTOMASS), and WHAT(1) < 10, the binning will score specific activity. WHAT(1) >= 10 is not allowed. If WHAT(2) = 240 (DOSEEQ) and WHAT(1) >= 10, the binning will score dose equivalent calculated as convolution of particle fluences and conversion coefficients (see option AUXSCORE). WHAT(1) < 10 is not allowed. Any other particle (or family of particles) requested will score: a) if WHAT(1) < 10, density of stars produced by particles (or family of particles) with particle code (or name) = WHAT(2). Of course, this choice is meaningful only for particles that can produce stars (hadrons, photons and muons). b) if WHAT(1) >= 10, fluence of particles (or family of particles) with particle code (or name) = WHAT(2). Note that it is not possible to score energy fluence with this option alone (it is possible, however, by writing a special version of the user routine FLUSCW  see (13)) Default: 208.0 (total energy density) WHAT(3) = logical output unit: > 0.0 : formatted data are written on WHAT(3) unit < 0.0 : unformatted data are written on WHAT(3) unit Values of WHAT(1) < 21 should be avoided (with the exception of +11). Default: WHAT(3) = 11.0 (standard output unit) WHAT(4) = For Cartesian binning: Xmax For RZ and RPhiZ binning: Rmax For region binning: last region of the first region set For special binnings, upper limit of the first userdefined variable (last region if the default version of the MUSRBR routine is not overridden) No default WHAT(5) = For Cartesian binning: Ymax For RZ binning: Y coordinate of the binning axis (in RPhiZ binnings, the Y coordinate must be zero). For region binning: last region of the second region set For special binnings, upper limit of the second userdefined variable (last lattice cell if the default version of the LUSRBL routine is not overridden) No default WHAT(6) = For RZ, RPhiZ and Cartesian binnings: Zmax For region binnings, last region of the 3rd region set For special binnings, upper limit of the 3rd userdefined variable (eta_max if the default version of the FUSRBV routine is not overridden) No default SDUM = any character string (not containing '&') identifying the binning detector (max. 10 characters) Continuation card: (not needed if the defaults are acceptable) WHAT(1) = For Cartesian binning: Xmin (if X symmetry is requested, Xmin cannot be negative) For RZ and RPhiZ binning: Rmin For region binnings, first region of the first region set Default: equal to last region (= WHAT(4) in the first USRBIN card) For special binnings, lower limit of the first userdefined variable (first region if the default version of the MUSRBR routine is not overridden) Default: 0.0 WHAT(2) = For Cartesian binning: Ymin (if Y symmetry is requested, Ymin cannot be negative) For RZ binning: X coordinate of the binning axis (in RPhiZ binnings, the X coordinate must be zero). For region binnings, first region of the second region set Default: equal to last region (= WHAT(5) in the first USRBIN card) For special binnings, lower limit of the second userdefined variable (first lattice cell if the default version of the LUSRBL routine is not overridden) Default: 0.0 WHAT(3) = For Cartesian, RZ and RPhiZ binnings: Zmin (if Z symmetry is requested, Zmin cannot be negative) For region binnings, first region of the third region set Default: equal to last region (= WHAT(6) in the first USRBIN card) For special binnings, lower limit of the 3rd userdefined variable (eta_min if the default version of the FUSRBV routine is not overridden) Default: 0.0 WHAT(4) = For Cartesian binning: number of X bins (default: 30.0) For RZ and RPhiZ binning: number of R bins (default: 50.0) For region binnings, step increment for going from the first to the last region of the first region set (Default: 1) For special binnings, step increment for going from the first to the last "region" (or similar) (Default: 1) WHAT(5) = For Cartesian binning: number of Y bins (default: 30.0) For RPhiZ: number of Phi bins (default is RZ: 1 Phi bin) For region binnings, step increment for going from the first to the last region of the second region set (Default: 1) For special binnings, step increment for going from the first to the last "lattice cell" (or similar) (Default: 1) WHAT(6) = For Cartesian, RZ and RPhiZ binnings: number of Z bins Default: 10.0 for Cartesian, 50.0 for RZ and RPhiZ For region binnings, step increment for going from the first to the last region of the third region set (Default: 1) For special binnings, number of intervals for the third variable ("eta", or similar) (Default: 1) SDUM = & in any position in column 71 to 78 Default (option USRBIN not given): no binning detector Notes:
The available binning shapes are Cartesian (3D rectangular, with planes perpendicular to the coordinate axes), RZ (2D cylindrical, with the cylinder axis parallel to the zaxis), and RPhiZ (3D cylindrical).
Example: *...+....1....+....2....+....3....+....4....+....5....+....6....+....7....+....8 USRBIN 10.0 ELECTRON 25.0 7.0 7.0 12.1 verythin USRBIN 7.0 7.0 12.0 35.0 35.0 1.0 & * Cartesian binning of electron tracklength density, to be written * unformatted on unit 25. Mesh is 35 bins between x = 7 and x = 7, 35 bins * between y = 7 and y = 7, and 1 bin between z = 12 and z = 12.1 
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