From: Alberto Fasso' (fasso@SLAC.Stanford.EDU)
Date: Thu Dec 20 2007 - 01:19:01 CET
Just a general remark addressed to all users who send questions
saying something like: "I checked my fluka card line by line, and it seems
there's nothing wrong with it" or similar statements. This is what you think:
but if you ask for help you should send your input so that somebody else can
check what you say.
In this particular case, I guess that your input card BEAM must have a
SDUM field which:
1) is not blank
2) does not contain the name of one of the particles with code -6...62 (see
Table "Particle and material codes" in the manual). Be careful:
if you are not using free format input, you may have written an allowed
name, but not aligned to start in column 71
3) is not the string "ISOTOPE"
But to be sure I should have a look at your input...
On Mon, 17 Dec 2007, Leif Stawnyczy wrote:
> Dear fluka users,
> I'm trying to run a simulation and the only output i get (besides the
> typical .log, .out files) is a .err file that contains the following
> Abort called from FLUKAM reason UNKNOWN PROJECTILE OR "OLD" HEAVY ION OPTION (
> NO LONGER SUPPORTED) Run stopped!
> STOP UNKNOWN PROJECTILE OR "OLD" HEAVY ION OPTION (NO LONGER SUPPORTED)
> Unfortunately, i have no idea what this means. I checked my fluka
> card line by line, and it seems there's nothing wrong with it. I
> might have missed something, but i doubt it. Can anybody tell me
> what's wrong here? I do'nt even know where to look to try and correct
> this error.
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
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