A Monte Carlo Model for Gamma-Ray Klein-Nishina Scattering Probabilities to Finite Detectors
This report introduces the Monte Carlo simulating processes for gamma-ray Klein-Nishina scattering probabilities to finite detectors and a few modifications for producing photon mode and gamma production data from the neutron collision. Those approaches have been used in MCNP code. The calculation results are given according to the primary continuous photons, the line photons and the Compton photons, respectively. The results are compared with that of MCNP code. It indicates that the approach is valid and efficient for deep-penetration problems.
- Journal of nuclear science and technology
Journal of nuclear science and technology 33(9), p.736-740, 1996-09-25
Atomic Energy Society of Japan