Re: your mail

From: Mary Chin <>
Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 17:18:59 +0200

Hello Tomasz,

Thanks for the clarification. I am cc-ing to fluka-discuss so that users
of similar interest may refer to your problem and solution in the future.

Using USRBDX is probably the easiest. You can do this by introducing a
(pseudo-)boundary at the plane you want. Just split the original region
into two regions, both of the same material.

:) mary

On Wed, 6 Jul 2011, Tomasz Cybulski wrote:

> Hello Mary,
> I am very sorry for being so not precise. Please, find the
> geometrical set up in the file attached.
> I am very sorry for my 'mind short cuts' when it comes to particle
> production etc. According to the set up which I attached in the file I
> have particles which are produced in the volume of the target. Part of
> them is emitted in the direction opposite to the beam direction. My goal
> is to score their double differential fluence (energy, angle) at the
> plane at entrance to the target well. Knowing the energy spectrum of
> particles and their distribution in space I will be able to score how
> many particles are leaving the target well. Knowing that I will be able
> to add electric or magnetic field to suppress them totally inside.
> My question is how I can core the fluence the fluence of particles
> leaving the target at the plane on the plot.
> Thank you very much for your help.
> Cheers,
> Tomek
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