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== FLUKA ==
 
== FLUKA ==
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=== FLUKA basics ===
 
[[FLUKA]] is a general purpose Monte Carlo particle transport code covering a wide range of applications including basic research in high energy physics, radiation protection, dosimetry and a number of other applications. The use of FLUKA in Monte Carlo simulations related to radiation therapy, including protons and carbon ions, has previously been evaluated.
 
[[FLUKA]] is a general purpose Monte Carlo particle transport code covering a wide range of applications including basic research in high energy physics, radiation protection, dosimetry and a number of other applications. The use of FLUKA in Monte Carlo simulations related to radiation therapy, including protons and carbon ions, has previously been evaluated.
  
General information can be found at [http://www.fluka.org/ the FLUKA web-page]. In order to download and install FLUKA you must register as a user on the FLUKA web-page
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General information can be found at [http://www.fluka.org/ the FLUKA web-page]. In order to download and install FLUKA you must register as a user on [http://www.fluka.org/ the FLUKA web-page].
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Information on installation, creating and running simulations can be found at the dedicated [[FLUKA]] page of this wiki
  
 
=== Flair ===
 
=== Flair ===

Revision as of 13:21, 5 November 2014

Monte Carlo simulations for medical applications

This page will contain information on Monte Carlo simulations with FLUKA and GEANT4. for medical applications.

The content of this page can be viewed by members of the medical physics research group at the Institute for Physics and Technology at the University of Bergen.

For questions related to this wiki or its content, please contact Kristian Smeland Ytre-Hauge (kristian.ytre-hauge@ift.uib.no)


A Relative neutron dose from  carbon ions and photons.


FLUKA

FLUKA basics

FLUKA is a general purpose Monte Carlo particle transport code covering a wide range of applications including basic research in high energy physics, radiation protection, dosimetry and a number of other applications. The use of FLUKA in Monte Carlo simulations related to radiation therapy, including protons and carbon ions, has previously been evaluated.

General information can be found at the FLUKA web-page. In order to download and install FLUKA you must register as a user on the FLUKA web-page.

Information on installation, creating and running simulations can be found at the dedicated FLUKA page of this wiki

Flair

Flair is an advanced user friendly interface for FLUKA to facilitate the editing of FLUKA input files, execution of the code and visualization of the output files. It is based entirely on python and Tkinter. Further information and download can be found here

GEANT4

Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.

Getting started