By Dr. Andreas Kling, Prof. Fernando J. C. Baräo, Prof. Masayuki Nakagawa, Prof. Luis Távora, Prof. Pedro Vaz (eds.)
This ebook focusses at the state-of-the-art of Monte Carlo equipment in radiation physics and particle shipping simulation and purposes, the latter related to particularly, the use and improvement of electron--gamma, neutron--gamma and hadronic codes. along with the elemental conception and the equipment hired, unique awareness is paid to set of rules improvement for modeling, and the research of experiments and measurements in numerous fields starting from particle to clinical physics.
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Salvat et al. g. Hartree-Fock-Slater self-consistent wave functions) with first-order perturbation theory (Born approximation with plane or distorted waves). 1 Elastic Scattering Elastic DCSs can be calculated by means of the static-field approximation and the partial-wave method. e. the wave function representing the incident and scattered beams is a Dirac distorted plane wave. The atomic DCS per unit solid angle takes the form ~~1 = 1/(0)1 2 + lg(O)l 2 ' (1) where f(O) and g(O) are the direct and spin-flip scattering amplitudes, which are determined by the asymptotic behaviour of the wave function.
M. Fernandez-Varea1 , and S. Segui2 1 2 1 Facultat de Fisica (ECM), Universitat de Barcelona. Societat Catalana de Fisica (IEC). Diagonal 647, E-08028 Barcelona, Spain Facultad de Matematica, Astronomfa y Fisica, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba. Medina Allende y Haya de la Torre, 5000 Cordoba, Argentina Introduction The aim of the present communication is to describe briefly the physics of electron interactions in matter and its implementation in general-purpose Monte Carlo (MC) simulation codes.
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Advanced Monte Carlo for Radiation Physics, Particle Transport Simulation and Applications: Proceedings of the Monte Carlo 2000 Conference, Lisbon, 23–26 October 2000 by Dr. Andreas Kling, Prof. Fernando J. C. Baräo, Prof. Masayuki Nakagawa, Prof. Luis Távora, Prof. Pedro Vaz (eds.)