Re: [fluka-discuss]: Question on the COALESCEnce card

From: Vittorio Boccone <dr.vittorio.boccone_at_ieee.org>
Date: Mon, 2 May 2016 13:36:13 +0200

Hi Emilio,
This option has only sense for the Fluka develoment version which is not yet release.

Best,
Vittorio
 
> On 02 May 2016, at 04:56, Emilio Ciuffoli <emilio_at_impcas.ac.cn> wrote:
>
> Dear FLUKA experts,
>
> I heva a question on the PHYSICS: COALECEnce card: I found a difference between the manual and the instruction implemented in Flair; which one is correct?
>
> In the manual is written:
> WHAT(1) : coalescence flag
> < 0.0 : false (no coalescence)
> = 0.0 : ignored
> > 0.0 : true, coalescence is activated
> Default = no coalescence
> However, in Flair, if I leave the cursor on the WHAT(1) box, there is written
>
> "icl0+icl1*10000. icl0= coalescence is activated, icl1= deuteron coalescence".
>
> Which one is right? Is there any difference between WHAT(1)=1 and WHAT(1)=1001? I tried in few cases, but I didn't find any difference.
>
> Best Regards
> Emilio

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