From: Giuseppe Battistoni (Giuseppe.Battistoni@mi.infn.it)
Date: Tue Nov 28 2006 - 23:52:25 CET
There is no prefered order for the SOURCE and BEAM card.
Remember that the BEAM card is mandatory and that it must contain an
energy (or momentum) in WHAT(1) which has to be greater or equal
to the maximum eenergy (or momentum) sampled in your source.
About the WHAT of SOURCE card: these are free fields that the
user can use to pass values inside his source. There they appear
as the vector WHASOU which has 18 components. See the
common block (SOURCM) inside $FLUPRO/flukapro subdirectory.
As far as the rest of your questions is concerned: please
read carefully chapter 2 and chapter 12 of the fluka2006 manual.
On Thu, 23 Nov 2006, hamide jalali wrote:
> Dear FLUKA users
> I am going to simulate cosmic ray by Fluka code. I have some questions about
> writing a source.f correctly.
> 1-For activating source.f ,should I write the SOURCE card after or before
> BEAM in my input file?
> 2-Should I compile and link the routine before running my input file?
> 3-Where can I find more explanation about WHAT(1)…..WHAT(6) and the
> continuation card's parameters of SOURCE card ?what are those exactly?
> 4- I want to simulate a source with a spectrum of energy, for example from
> 10Mev to 100Gev. How can I do it in a source routine?
> Thanks in advance
> Best Regards
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