Re: [fluka-discuss]: How to use 6 MeV Bremsstrhlung radiation as a primary beam

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Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 15:26:26 -0800 (PST)

Dear Amit,
Have you checked out the course lectures and fluka-discuss posts on source.f?
There are a couple of examples around.

The latest course lectures are available from: > Courses > Course Website [choose the most recently completed
one] > Program
To google fluka-discuss:
or search from the web browser:

The basic idea is to use a random number (each time a new source particle is
due) to sample from the desired energy distribution.

:) mary

> On 17 February 2014 at 22:44 Amit Kumar <> wrote:
> Dear FLUKA developers and Users
> I want to monitor (using detector) a uniform planar beam of photons with an
> energy distribution equivalent to the spectrum which generated when a 6 MeV
> electron incident on tungsten target. Here I am attaching the spectrum
> generated by the fluka simulation. How can I adopt this spectrum as a primary
> beam in my simulation?
> I do not want to place the detector right after the tungsten target to face
> the X-ray spectrum generated by 6 MeV electrons because the spectrum produced
> by the target is not uniform with Theta and Phi. But I need same spectrum
> which should be uniform planar beam.
> PI find the attachment to see the 6 MeX X-ray spectrum
> Any kind of assistance shall be appreciated.
> Thank You
> --
> Amit Kumar
> Bhaha Atomic Research Centre
> Mumbai
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