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Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Date: 28 Jul, 2014
From: Aliya Mukanova <Aliya Mukanova>

Dear, experts

Could you explain more detailed please about "flatSurfaceCurrent" scorer.

I wrote scorer this way(as shown in RE03):

                     /score/create/boxMesh boxMesh_1

                     /score/mesh/boxSize 0.5 0.5 0.1 cm

                     /score/mesh/nBin 1 1 1

                     /score/quantity/flatSurfaceCurrent InCurrentNeutron 1 0

                     /score/filter/particle neutronFilter neutron

                     .....

                     /score/dumpAllQuantitiesToFile boxMesh_1 Out.txt

and run

                     /gun/particle neutron

                     /run/beamOn 10000

And I get in Out.txt

                     # mesh name: boxMesh_1
                     # primitive scorer name: InCurrentNeutron
                     # iX, iY, iZ, value [percm2]
                       0,0,0,10000.00000000044

Source has direction on the -Z surface directly and doesn't exceed edges of -Z surface (all number of neutrons get surface).

From the result It is not clear for me How the flatSurfaceCurrent divided on received surface with area 0.25 cm^2 can be equal to the initial number of neutrons.

Where I can look at values of particle weigth(W), which takes place in formula for flatSurfaceCurrent (N*W/A)? It is not related to real particle mass, is it?

I am looking forward to hearing from you,

Yours sincerely, Aliya

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1 None: Re: Clarify the results from Flat Surface Current scorer please.   (Tsukasa Aso - 28 Jul, 2014)
2 None: Re: Clarify the results from Flat Surface Current scorer please.   (Aliya Mukanova - 28 Jul, 2014)
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