From: Alberto Fasso' (fasso@SLAC.Stanford.EDU)
Date: Fri Oct 12 2007 - 12:45:36 CEST
the answer to the first part of your question is "YES".
The answer to the second part is that unfortunately the manual has not yet been
updated to account for input based on names.
In short, I can tell you that you can now use names of regions or materials
or particles in all places where in the past you would have input region
numbers or material numbers or particle numbers. For instance,
ASSIGNMA TITANIUM Etarget
EMF-BIAS 1022. 0.0 0.0 ExtBH1 C4L90Vac
EMFCUT 16. 1.E-6 0.0 HYDROGEN @LASTMAT PROD-CUT
EMFCUT 16. 1.E-6 0.0 ExtBH1 @LASTREG
PHOTONUC 1.0 0.0 0.0 HYDROGEN @LASTMAT
SCORE EM-ENRGY ENERGY 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Note that @LASTMAT, @LASTREG and @LASTPART can stand for the largest
material, region and particle number vailable.
On Fri, 12 Oct 2007, Vadim Talanov wrote:
> Dear Giuseppe,
> Thanks for an answer, but sorry I am afraid I have to re-formulate my
> question maybe a bit more correctly:
> In the case of the free format region input, does the region "name" have any
> meaning for the subsequent ASSIGNMA command?
> Or the regions in the case of the free format region input must be still
> identified in the ASSIGNMA command by an integer number corresponding to the
> order of their definition in the geometry input (and their "names" can not be
> used to assign materials to the regions)?
> If the answer to the first part of my question is "YES" then I am just
> wondering where is described how to use the region "names" in the ASSIGNMA
> Sorry once again for a possible mis-understanding,
> Kind regards, Vadim
> Giuseppe Battistoni wrote:
>> Dear Vadim
>> he answer is yes: in any case tracking in magnetic field
>> is always activated for a region by giving WHAT(5)=1 in ASSIGNMA.
>> Giuseppe Battistoni
>> On Thu, 11 Oct 2007, Vadim Talanov wrote:
>>> Dear FLUKA experts,
>>> My question may sound absolutely silly, nevertheless:
>>> Where in the FLUKA manual is described how to assign materials to regions
>>> in the case of the free format region input (i.e. by region name rather
>>> than by region number, if I correctly understand the free format
>>> geometry)? In particular - how to switch on the magnetic field in the
>>> regions in this case?
>>> PS: is the link to the manual at
>>> http://www.fluka.org/manual/fluka2006.manual.gz still valid?
>>> Kind regards, Vadim
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