Monte Carlo simulation of nonlinear radiation induced plasmas.

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Plasma (Ionized gases) -- Mathematical models., Monte Carlo me
SeriesUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Computer Science. UIUCDCS-R-72-519
LC ClassificationsQA76 .I4 no. 519, QC718 .I4 no. 519
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Title: Monte Carlo Simulation of Nonlinear Radiation Induced Plasmas: Author(s): Wang, Benjamin Shaw-Hu: Department / Program: Computer Science: Discipline:Author: Benjamin Shaw-Hu Wang. Monte Carlo Simulation of Nonlinear Radiation Induced Plasmas.

By Benjamin Shaw-Hu Wang. Abstract. (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, U of I OnlyRestricted to the U of I community idenfinitely during batch ingest of legacy ETDAuthor: Benjamin Shaw-Hu Wang.

Abstract. Thesis--University of Illinois at graphy: p. Mode of access: InternetAuthor: Benjamin Shaq-hu Wang. had to be simulated, in order to determine induced activation as well as dose to environment.

For this purpose, an appropriate Monte-Carlo code had to be chosen. The requirements for the code of choice are a well validated neutron physics implementation, including access to. A Monte Carlo method was used for a computer simulation of radiation-induced solid state polymerization.

The propagation of polymer chains was simulated by means of self-avoiding random walks on a tetrahedral lattice. The initiation and termination of the chains were modelled by pseudorandom by: 5. The Monte Carlo method was used to perform a theoretical study of the kinetics of radiation-induced conductivity under pulsed irradiation of a disordered solid with traps having different energy distributions.

The kinetics of radiation-induced conductivity in a weak electric field was satisfactorily described by the Rose-Fowler-Vaisberg by: 1. Dynamics and radiation of 50 atoms initially excited (a), (b) and initially unexcited but continuously pumped (c), (d).

The main panels Monte Carlo simulation of nonlinear radiation induced plasmas. book the radiation intensity (relative to Γ c) versus dimensionless time tΓ c while their insets show quantum jump trajectories among the Dicke states.

The gray areas are explored by simulated Cited by: 6. The Monte Carlo Ray-Trace Method in Radiation Heat Transfer and Applied Optics Model and Simulation of Low Elevation Ground-to-Air Fading Channel International Conference on Instrumentation, Measurement, Circuits and Systems (ICIMCS )Cited by:   In figure 2, the discontinuous Monte Carlo calculations lead to the straggling of the Lorentz factor for the particle (green curve).

This is compared with the Lorentz factor of a particle that undergoes continuous radiation loss, computed as in (red curve) for the same initial conditions. A feature of the straggling in this regime is a ~30% fluctuation about the Lorentz factor derived from the Cited by: Exposure of GaAs field‐effect transistors to α‐particle radiation has resulted in burnout paths from under the gate to both the source and the drain.

Monte Carlo calculations show that the current response from an α‐particle penetrating the center of the gate electrode at normal incidence lasts for 60 ps, about five times longer than predicted by previous hydrodynamic by: 6.

We develop a Monte Carlo simulator of the charge signal induced by an external radiation on semi-insulating GaAs detectors. Trapping and detrapping processes and the dynamics of generated carriers are consistently accounted by: 2. 13 Monte Carlo Methods to Model Radiation Interactions and Induced Damage Geant4 is currently being extended for the modeling of biological damage from ionizing radiation in the framework of the “Geant4-DNA” project which was initi-ated in by the European Space Agency [30].

The Geant4-DNA projectCited by: 9. The Geant4 Monte Carlo simulation toolkit The Geant4 Monte Carlo simul ation toolkit of fers a general-purpose platform for the simulatio n of p article-matter interactions [ 18, 26, 27 ]. An induced electric eld is therefore generated, which is assumed to act on the charged projectile as a stopping force.

It is then a matter of deriving a distribution of energy losses per unit path length which can be used by the Monte Carlo simulation, as described in section of the Penelope user’s guide. We use cgs units below. The book, Monte Carlo Techniques in Radiation Therapy, edited by Joao Seco and Frank Verhaegen, represents a compilation of 21 chapters from experts in the field of Monte Carlo simulation in therapeutic medical physics.

Purpose. The book is designed to provide practical guidance in the use of Monte Carlo by: 3. The SuperMC code, a CAD-based Monte Carlo program for integrated simulation of nuclear system, is being developed by FDS Team in China. As a general-purpose MC program, it is designed for the simulation of nuclear-system problem such as reactor physics, radiation shielding, nuclear detection, and medical by: Monte Carlo simulation is a very useful tool to understand and compute radiation dose in radiotherapy.

The method is also essential in output calibration, providing critical correction factors for international code of practice in clinical dosimetry. Additionally, the Monte Carlo treatment head simulation.

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Price: $14 Author: Alan Nahum. Muñoz A. et al. () Monte Carlo Methods to Model Radiation Interactions and Induced Damage. In: García Gómez-Tejedor G., Fuss M. (eds) Radiation Damage in Biomolecular Systems. Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical by: 9.

This book focusses on the state of the art of Monte Carlo methods in radiation physics and particle transport simulation and applications, the latter involving in particular, the use and development of electron--gamma, neutron--gamma and hadronic codes.

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D.,“Evaluation of Property-Induced Uncertainty in a Monte Carlo Simulation of Radiative Heat Transfer in a Participating Medium,” Radiative Heat Transfer: Current Research, Y. Bayazitoglu et al., eds.

–Cited by:   The use of the Monte Carlo (MC) method in radiotherapy dosimetry has increased almost exponentially in the last decades. Its widespread use in the field has converted this computer simulation technique in a common tool for reference and treatment planning dosimetry by: 8.

Radiation induced damage during the plasma processing of semiconductor materials adversely affects device reliability. Our group has shown in the past that Monte-Carlo simulation of the effects of vacuum ultraviolet radiation on electronic materials - IEEE Conference PublicationAuthor: G.S.

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Lauer. Monte Carlo simulation: Drawing a large number of pseudo-random uniform variables from the interval [0,1] at one time, or once at many different times, and assigning values less than or equal to as heads and greater than as tails, is a Monte Carlo simulation of.

Ulam coined the term “Monte Carlo” Exponential growth with the availability of digital computers Berger (): first complete coupled electron-photon transport code that became known as ETRAN Exponential growth in Medical Physics since the 80’s The Monte Carlo Simulation of Radiation Transport – p.3/35File Size: KB.

CHAPTER 9. MONTE-CARLO METHOD FOR THE SOLAR IRRADIANCE CALCULATION The basic idea of Monte-Carlo method. The Monte-Carlo method (more strict name is the method of statistical modelling.

This book is a guide to the use of Monte Carlo techniques in radiation transport. This topic is of great interest for medical physicists. Praised as a "gold standard" for accurate radiotherapy dose calculations, Monte Carlo has stimulated a high level of research activity that has produced thousands of papers within the past few years/5(2).

To overcome this disadvantage, a fast and quasi-phenomenological Monte Carlo damage simulation (MCDS) algorithm was developed by Semenenko et al. 14,15 to estimate the radiation-induced damages at Cited by: 4.

Greatly expanded discussion and applications of Bayesian computation via Markov Chain Monte Carlo techniques A new chapter on longitudinal data and mixed models A thoroughly revised chapter on nonparametric regression and density estimation.


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The Monte Carlo techniques have been used in various branches of radiation therapy,[8,9] from simulation of radiation therapy equipments and sources to dose calculation in various geometries.[10–18] For simulation of the photon and electron particles one has to apply the physics of transport for modeling, which requires the knowledge of interactions of the.

Jha, AK, Kupinski, MA & Van Dam, HTMonte Carlo simulation of silicon photomultiplier output in response to scintillation induced light.

in IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, NSS/MIC, IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., pp.Cited by: 3.This book attempts to fill what appears to be a gap in this Monte Carlo literature between the mathematics and the software.

Thus while the mathematical basis for Monte Carlo transport is covered in some detail emphasis is placed on the application of the technique to the solution of practical radiation transport problems.