Re: [fluka-discuss]: Filter on resnuclei scoring

From: Chris Theis <>
Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2014 22:24:49 +0000

Hi Vittorio,

I think there is a misunderstanding here. I found the option on isotope filtering of AUXSCORE in the manual. However, it only lists USR.... detectors for what(1) and they are not useful to me in this case. Yet, FLAIR offers RESNUCLE as an option and this is actually the detector that I need because I'm interested in further evolution of single decay chains for a more detailed analysis.

But if I use AUXSCORE with What(1) = RESNUCLE then I get the error message which I indicated in my last mail.


On 15 Feb 2014, at 23:09, "Vittorio Boccone" <<>> wrote:

Hi Chris,
 I think this is regular option of the released version.

The portion of the manual I added comes from the ASCII version (from the web), same I can find in the pdf of the new released version.


On 2/15/2014 10:35 PM, Chris Theis wrote:
Hi Vittorio,

thanks for the hint. However, the option is not documented in the manual and the release version 2011.2b.5 unfortunately doesn't recognize it. One gets an abort message like

*** Unable to resolve name element RESNUCLE in card ***


Might it be that this feature was restricted to a development version? I also heard about it from other users.



On 15 Feb 2014, at 22:13, "Vittorio Boccone" <<>> wrote:

Dear Chris,
   I would use the WHAT(2) of AUXSCORE
              <= -100.0 Isotope coding. To select atomic number Z, mass
                         number A and isomeric state M
                         what(2)= -(Z*100+A*100000+m*100000000).
                         Z=0 means all atomic numbers for the given A,
                         A=0 includes all mass numbers for a given Z,
                         M=0 includes all ground and isomeric states.
                        To select only the ground state set M=9

but maybe I miss the point of your question?

On 2/14/2014 10:13 AM, Chris Theis wrote:

Dear all,

Does anyone know by chance if and how it is possible to filter the scoring of a specific isotope via the RESNUCLE card? It seems that AUXSCORE is not applicable and I tried to implement a usrrnc.f routine which sets the weight (WEE) to zero for isotopes that Iím not interested in. However, it didnít seem to have an effect even though I could confirm that the routine was called.

Thanks a lot
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