From: Stefan Roesler (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 04 2008 - 15:29:59 CET
A Technical Note describing the implemented conversion coefficients and
the use of the routine can be downloaded from
On Tue, 4 Mar 2008, Sebastien WURTH wrote:
> Hello Hamide,
> 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?
> >Best Regards
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