TRiP98 sigtot command



dEdx item / import()   list      energy()       debug
            export()   delete    projectile()
            read       display   
            write      inspect   
            prefix()   alias()

Purpose

Handles input and output and interpolation of total reaction cross section tables.

Parameters

item
For the input options (read and import()) specifies a list of files, optionally wildcarded or including shell variables, to be read as cross section tables. Usually they have the extension ".sigtot"
For all other options: name of the target nucleus for which the cross section is to be processed. A "*" means all items, a list of items has to be put in double quotes.
import()
Not yet implemented.
export(fmt)
Exports a cross section table in some non-native format, at present only <fmt>="gd" is implemented to export for the gd plot program.
File name convention is:
<prefix><item>.sigtot.gd
read
Read a cross section table specified by item.
write
Write the cross section table for material item
File name convention is:
<prefix><item>.sigtot
prefix()
Prefix for output (write,export()) file names.
list
List the table for material item
delete
Delete the table for material item
display
Display the table for material item. Not yet implemented.
inspect
Show some internal info about the table for material item.
energy(energy)
When specified together with projectile() the cross section for the specified beam energy (MeV/u) will be computed from the table for material item.
projectile(proj)
When specified together with energy() the cross section for the specified projectile will be computed from the table for material item.
alias()
Define an alias name for a material.
debug
Debug switch. Lots of output !

Remarks

Cross section tables are necessary for beam model calculations.

Examples

  1. sigtot $TRIP98/DATA/20021021.12C.sigtot /read
    
    Reads the specified table in the directory "$TRIP98/DATA".
  2. sigtot "20021021.1H.sigtot" / read
    sigtot 1H / proj(C) en(1.4)
    
    For the projectile C of 1.4 MeV/u the reaction cross section with1H is calculated.
  3. sigtot Hydrogen / alias(1H)
    
    Defines a dummy table for target Hydrogen which points to a "real" table 1H (which must exist).

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