From: Alberto Fasso' (fasso@SLAC.Stanford.EDU)
Date: Mon Nov 12 2007 - 17:43:49 CET
as far as I know, the only way to change the USRTRACK energy
spectrum scoring to GeV/nucleon is to write a fluscw.f user routine.
But that is what you are trying to avoid, if I have well understood
what you said.
On Mon, 12 Nov 2007, Niels Bassler wrote:
> I want to score the fluence particle-energy spectrum of heavy ions
> (Z>2), and currently I use the USRTRACK card (scoring particle -2)
> together with a customized fluscw.f routine (which identifies the ions
> via USRDCI). This works fine enough.
> However, it is a bit unelegant to have one USRTRACK card for each
> possible isotope of each ion species, as both the .f and .inp files get
> rather bloated.
> Instead, I could directly score all isotopes with one Z into one logical
> unit (defined by a single USRTRACK card), but this makes only sense for
> my work, if I can score it in terms of GeV/nucleon, and not GeV.
> So the question is: is it somehow possible, to change the USRTRACK
> energy spectrum scoring to GeV/nucleon instead of GeV? (and if yes, how
> do I do it?)
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