Re: [fluka-discuss]: Gaussian Peak in DETEC Card

From: Alberto Fasso' <>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2014 05:02:06 -0700 (PDT)

Dear Mohammad,

your question is not clear.
Do you want to fit a Gaussian to your results? There are plenty of
programs which can do that (PAW, ROOT, Gnuplot...)
For instance, about Gnuplot look at

But that is not what MCNPX's GEB option does. It convolutes the output
spectrum with an energy-dependent resolution, that must be provided by the
user. There is no such option in FLUKA, but you can do it yourself (provided
you know the resolution function) by applying it yourself to each of the
DETECT output channels, and adding up the results.

In any case, this is a post-processing procedure which it is possible to
carry out, but is not provided by FLUKA.


On Tue, 22 Apr 2014, MOHAMMAD TAGHI HAJ HEIDARI wrote:

> ?Dear Anna
> thanks for your answer,but probably i could not explain correctly.
> i want to see a Gaussian Peak in output Spectrum of Detect Card,not a sharp
> Peak.
> Actually,i am looking for a application in FLUKA likeĀ  GEB (Gaussian Energy
> Broadening) in MCNPX.
> thank you.
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