From: Sebastien WURTH (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 04 2008 - 09:48:11 CET
The code to include in your detector's SDUM is explained at the
beginning of the deq routine (maybe AMB74 here).
Using particle code 201 to score the dose equivalent for all particles
included in the routine is the right thing to do, I used it very often.
You can calculate separately and add up, if everything goes OK, it
should be the same.
Generalised particle is not an option in my opinion. We are talking
about conversion from fluence to dose equivalent here (using FLUSCW
routine), not from energy deposited to dose (for this one, COMSCW
routine is the suitable one).
You can use the three kinds of detectors to calculate dose, I usually
use USRBIN to plot spatial distributions for shielding purposes, it
depends of what you need.
Hope it helps.
hamide jalali wrote :
>Dear FLUKA users
>I'd like to get ambient dose equivalent in ICRU sphere by using
>deq99c.f while the source is Proton with a spectrum of energy which is
>defined by source.f.
>I want to know how can get total dose equivalent from all secondaries
>which are included deq99c.f ? Is it enough to set the particle type
>to be scored= 201 (all particle) or I should calculate dose equivalent
>for each secondary separately, then add them up? How about generalised
>particle 208 (energy)?
>And the other question, among USRBIN,USRBDX and USRTRACK which one is
>recommended to calculate dose equivalent?
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