From: Alberto Fasso' (fasso@SLAC.Stanford.EDU)
Date: Thu Feb 03 2005 - 01:00:33 CET
It is much easier than you think. You don't need any user routine.
Just request two different USRBIN commands with the same parameters,
and in command TCQUENCH apply quenching only to one of the two
binnings, but not to the other. In this way, for instance, you can even
have several other USRBIN, all identical, and apply to each of
them a different amount of quenching.
On Wed, 2 Feb 2005, Joseph Comfort wrote:
> I have an application that seems not to fit easily into the available
> input data specifications. I need to know and track the energy losses
> (in 'active' materials) both before and after the Birks correction is
> applied. I could use a post-processing program if there is a way to
> output both values to a file. I have looked through the COMMON blocks
> and tried several modifications to the user source routines, but have
> not been successful so far. Can someone please help in identifying the
> appropriate variables. Thank you.
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