From: Valery Taranenko (TaranV@rpi.edu)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2007 - 21:22:35 CEST
This subroutine (like many others) is compiled into libFlukaHP.a library.
You can see it by issuing command under Linux: "strings libflukahp.a | grep
-i sflood". OK we found it. Now you need to write your own auxiliary fortran
code (where you basically call that external subroutine) and compile it
with Fluka. All that explained in a great detail in the manual.
BTW, it would be nice to have a list of subroutines compiled into a library
along with declarations and a short (really short) comments on what it does.
This example with SFLOOD reveals a need for that. Sampling a uniform filed
inside a sphere is very typical task and SFLOOD is definitely very helpful
here. User will be able to search the description and find what is needed.
By doing: "strings libflukahp.a | grep -i "\.f$" | sort -u | wc" I found
1266 fortran subroutines compiled into the library.
What about ROT source? ROT-rotation symmetrical source, i.e. emission
points are sampled uniformly on a cylinder with Z-component of directional
cosine is always zero, and X and Y components of dir cos-s are sampled
inside a cylinder, again, uniformly (cosine distribution on a cylinder
relative to normal with zero Z-component for direction). Should I program
SOURCE for this source?
Valery Taranenko, Ph.D.
Postdoc Research Associate, RPI, http://rrmdg.rpi.edu
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of hamide jalali
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2007 6:01 PM
Subject: what is subroutine SFLOOD?
Dear FLUKA Users
Alfredo Ferrari guided me to use subroutine SFLOOD to simulate cosmic ray (
an uniform and isotropic fluence) but I couldn't find any explanation about
this subroutine in the manual.
Where can I find this subroutine?It isn't one of the pre-defined fluka
What is the relation between SFLOOD and SOURCE routine?
How can I call and activate SFLOOD?
Where can I find more explanation about it?
Thanks in advance
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