From: Alberto Fasso' (fasso@SLAC.Stanford.EDU)
Date: Wed Feb 15 2006 - 22:24:12 CET
I quote from the FLUKA manual:
"[In FLUKA] electron and muon (anti)neutrinos are produced and tracked on
option, without interactions.
Neutrino interactions however are implemented, but independently from
Anyway, even if that was not the case, the cross sections are so small
that the probability of interaction would be negligible, unless your
regions are of enormous size".
On Tue, 14 Feb 2006, gin chen wrote:
> I have a *.inp file which is fine with fluka when I run with particles like H, He, etc. I can obtain energy deposition in each region.
> Instead of regular particles, I put neutrino ( fluka name NEUTRIE ) as the incident particle. I set the number of histories 100000 and I saw there were no interactions at all with the material of the regions. The *.EVT.SCOR file shows no energy depositions.
> This is the most possible case in the REAL situation.
> For the monte carlo, Is there anyway set up the interactions for neutrino for every event?
> If not, it is very hard to get a data file running with neutrino.
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