Re: [fluka-discuss]: MIPs or heavy ionising particles

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Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2014 11:02:21 +0200

Dear Helga,
You can do (as suggested by Alberto) a pre-run of one particle, asking to
print the de/dx tables (you get them both restricted and non-restricted,
see DELTARAY card with
SDUM PRINT). Copy and paste them into your user routine and write a simple
little program to search and interpolate them.

> Dear experts
> I am trying to write my own USRDRAW routine to extract information about
> anti-proton annihilation in material. I am looking at the annihilations
> products, and want to find out for each of the particles if it is a MIP or
> not. MIP is defined as a particle having dE/dx >3MeV cm^2/g. Is there a
> way to get this information from FLUKA?
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