RE: [fluka-discuss]: Fluence in a certain surface

From: Alessio Mereghetti <>
Date: Wed, 7 May 2014 13:30:37 +0000

Dear Ho-Seung,

You probably want to use the USRBDX card - check it out in the Fluka Manual.

Moreover, have a look at the Basic Course lessons - e.g. the last one in Dresden:
where you can find plenty of material concerning Fluka capabilities - in your specific case: Scoring


Alessio Mereghetti
Tel: +41 (0) 22 76 79564
Office: 864 2-D13

From: [] on behalf of HoSeung Song []
Sent: 07 May 2014 13:44
Subject: [fluka-discuss]: Fluence in a certain surface

Dear Fluka users,

Hello, everyone.
I am simulating photon and neutron fluence with 15 MeV electron beam.
I know that with a USRBIN card, I am able to get a particle fluence on each point with a certain step.

However, I want to get a fluence of a certain surface.
For an example, there is a cylindrical shape (let us say the radius is 10cm, and a height (z-axis) is 30cm(0cm to 30cm)
I want to get know the fluence of a surface(circle) at 0cm and 30cm.

Is it possible to directly calulate a fluence (photon or neutron fleunce) in FLUKA, or do I have to calculate by hands.
I heard that in MCNPX this is possible but I am not sure about FLUKA.

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,
Ho-seung Song
Received on Wed May 07 2014 - 16:29:15 CEST

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