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I've used SPENVIS to generate GCR spectra for an interplanetary trajectory based on ISO 15390. It works great, but only outputs 1 species at a time. I've successfully added multiple species spectra to a macro file, but I'm struggling with how to normalize more than one source at a time. So:
1. Is there a way to use the /control/alias NORM_FACTOR_SPECTRUM " " command sequence multiple times in the same macro?
2. Is it accurate to take the spectrum normalization factor generated by SPENVIS and use it for source intensity? The proportions of protons to other nuclei seem to work if these numbers are used, but this doesn't seem correct to me. Anybody know where you can get relative intensities for a multi-species GCR source macro?
Thanks, -D. Hodge
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