Re: [fluka-discuss]: USRBDX Plot

From: Francesco Cerutti <>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2017 17:51:07 +0200


USRBDX scores as a function of kinetic energy and angle. The latter is the
one between the particle direction and the normal to the scoring surface.
If you do not care about double differential information, you can put a
single large bin (in solid angle, sr) covering the phase space of your
interest. In the sum.lis file, angle integrated results are also provided.
Concerning double differential results, they appear there both as yields
per solid angle DeltaOmega (Part/sr/GeV/cmq/pr) and yields per polar angle
DeltaTheta (Part/deg/GeV/cmq/pr), being
DeltaOmega=2*pi*(cos(theta1)-cos(theta2)) and DeltaTheta=theta2-theta1.

Note that the normalization per scoring surface area (/cmq) is effective
only if you had previously input the latter in the USRBDX card.



Francesco Cerutti
CH-1211 Geneva 23
tel. ++41 22 7678962
fax ++41 22 7668854

On Wed, 10 May 2017, Valentin Bonvin wrote:

> Hello,
> I want to make USRBDX plot and for that I want to understand all the informations contained in
> the sum.lis file. But in this file I don't understand one thing, there is the
> flux(part/deg/GeV/cmq/pr) but I don't understand to what correspond this angle. Can you
> explain me that ?
> thanks in advance.
> Valentin Bonvin

You can manage unsubscription from this mailing list at
Received on Wed May 10 2017 - 18:53:19 CEST

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.3.0 : Wed May 10 2017 - 18:53:21 CEST