Re: normlisation?

From: Joachim Vollaire <>
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2010 19:05:21 +0200

Dear Leena

What you are scoring is the energy density (Gev/cm3) or fluence for the
different types of particles normalized per primary particle (if your
result has statistically converged, increasing the number of primary
should not change the averaged value in the output...). If you want to
compare this value to a measured quantity you must take into account the
beam intensity for example (e.g. primary/s....)

Hope it helps

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Date: ven. 09/07/2010 14:05
Objet : normlisation
Hello FLUKA experts,

I have a question about normlisation of an output results for USRBIN 210
(primary particles).
the target was water and the beam was protons ( 1000000 history).
Without comlicated geometry just a cylindrical target (r=3D4cm),
0.1 cm a way from the beam and all were in vacuum. The result for the
first BIN (0.01 thick) was found to be 0.0198. what this number is normlised for?
I have gone through the manual and i was confused. Is it need to be =
normlised per unit area per primaries?

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