From: Paola Sala (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 02 2006 - 17:10:37 CEST
Carbon is treated as a Carbon nucleus.. that means
-- its energy loss by ionization and multiple
scattering are calculated according to its mass and its
( fluctuating) effective charge
-- the interaction with Si nuclei is treated by a nucleus-nucleus
event generator PROVIDED YOU LINKED IT:
the executable must be built with the
script. Nucleus-nucleus interactions
must also be activated with the EVENTYPE card
- Carbon and Si can be fragmented, with production of nucleons and
- You can use standard scoring ( for instance usryield ) also for heavy
to get directly Z or Energy spectra !!!RECOMMENDED!!!.
At each interaction, you
can access the information in the GENSTK and FHEAVY commons.
>Hi, I have few simple questions:
>With the last version of FLUKA I'm simulating a Carbon projectile of 10 GeV/n on a Silicon target.
>The Carbon is propagated in the Si like as a simple "big" hadron or is considered as an ensamble of
>nucleons hitting the Si nucleons, or what else?
>Carbon can be fragmented in this collision?
>In which FLUKA common block I can find the description of all the fragmented ions in a single event?
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