Re: [fluka-discuss]: Carbon beam-DPMJET link

From: Paola Sala <>
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2017 08:38:19 +0100

Dera Masoomeh,
the process seems correct.
 There is a safe way to check, as always:

************look in the output file******************

If the heavy ion generators have been activated,
you should find lines like

-->requested particle production model RQMD

---> requested particle production model DPMJET

By the way, at 110 MeV/amu you do not need to link RQMD and DPMJET, the
interactions will be handled by BME that is already in the standard

What is the unusual behaviour that you get?


> Dear All,
> I have a Carbon beam (110MeV/nmu) hits an sphere is made of Titanium. I
> want to look to the dose equivalent data along x axis at different
> distances form sphere.
> I receive the unusual behavior from the Run. I am not sure about the
> process that I passing for running the simulation for the case of Carbon
> beam.
> Please some experts confirms the process that I did for DPMJET link with
> the purpose of the run of Carbon beam.
> 1. Press Compile button at the up right corner, the picture is attached
> (it is named 1).
> 2. Press ' ldpmqmd ' under the "Action" category.
> 3. Press 'Build' and give a name to the file, the picture is attached (it
> is named 2)
> 4. Pressthe Run button and in the Exe (up right row) selected the file
> made in previous step (No. 3). The picture is attached (it is named 3)
> 5. Press 'start' to run the simulation
> 6. After finishing the run, From 'Data', under the "Action" category
> 'Process' the data files
> 5. plotting the data
> Looking forward to hear the comments, confirmation or correction of the
> steps.
> Regards,
> Masoomeh

Paola Sala
INFN Milano
tel. Milano +39-0250317374
tel. CERN +41-227679148

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