Re: energy deposition on the target graphene&stainles steel

From: Alberto Fasso' <>
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2012 06:26:37 -0700 (PDT)

Dear Ertan,

when calculating (or measuring) energy deposition in thin layers of
materials, it is essential to ensure electronic equilibrium.
How to do that with FLUKA is explained in a lecture which was given
at the first Advanced Course in Eiriceira (Portugal):

Read carefully slides 7-12.

Kind regards,


On Wed, 13 Jun 2012, Ertan Arikan wrote:

> Dear fluka experts,
> I want to calculate the energy deposition on the target which consists of
> steel (thickness of 0.1cm) and graphene (thickness of 1.42E-8cm). the target
> geometry has steel+graphene+steel+graphene+....
> I attached my input and figures of energy deposition on the target (only ss,
> only graphene and full target)
> Q1;
> Altough the graphene is stronger than steel (200 times) why the energy deposition on the graphene is lower than SS.
> is there a mistake in my input?
> Q2;
> What is the RHOR factor (WHAT2 on MATPROP Card)for graphene
> Q3;
> What is the dE/dx (WHAT5 on MATERIAL card) for graphene
> could you help me please
> Best regards
> Ertan Arikan
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