From: Alberto Fasso' (fasso@SLAC.Stanford.EDU)
Date: Fri Jan 14 2005 - 21:31:44 CET
Dear Wu Zhen,
On Fri, 14 Jan 2005, wuzhen wrote:
> Dear Fluka users,
> I want to use RAY pseudoparticles, but there is a error I can't deal with.
> I have a normal input file, which result is correct. I change the source
> particle's name from PHOTON to RAY.
> But in my output file, when the first particle is transported, a error
> *** Phxsec: have you got the right mat. data set?
> I don't know why?
This message means that you have met a photon with an energy higher than
the upper limit of the cross section table produced by PEMF.
You should do again the pemf file with higher energy limits.
> My pemf file works normally in the normal input file. Should I do any other
> change about input file or pemf file???
I guess that your primary beam energy, and your upper energy limit in PEMF,
are lower that the "Compton minimum". But RAY transport requires computation
of ALGTOT, the cumulative distance traversed in units of maximum photon
mean free paths at Compton minimum. Therefore, your pemf file must be
made again for an upper limit at least as high as the Compton minimum.
> I want to got the probability that a photon transport from source to detector
> without any scattering. Can I use the RAY to get ALGTOT.
> And use the formula P=exp(-ALGTOT) ? Is it right?
That formula is valid only at an energy equal to Compton minimum.
Not at other energies.
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