MCNP output data analysis with ROOT (MODAR)

Published: 1 Jun 2010 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/gj5gp6b494.1

Description of this data

MCNP Output Data Analysis with ROOT (MODAR) is a tool based on CERN's ROOT software. MODAR has been designed to handle time-energy data issued by MCNP simulations of neutron inspection devices using the associated particle technique. MODAR exploits ROOT's Graphical User Interface and functionalities to visualize and process MCNP simulation results in a fast and user-friendly way. MODAR allows to take into account the detection system time resolution (which is not possible with MCNP) as well a...

Title of program: MODAR
Catalogue Id: AEGA_v1_1

Nature of problem
The output of a MCNP simulation is an ascii file. The data processing is usually performed by copying and pasting the relevant parts of the ascii file into Microsoft Excel. Such an approach is satisfactory when the quantity of data is small but is not efficient when the size of the simulated data is large, for example when time-energy correlations are studied in detail such as in problems involving the associated particle technique. In addition, since the finite time resolution of the simulated ...

Versions of this program held in the CPC repository in Mendeley Data
AEGA_v1_0; MODAR; 10.1016/j.cpc.2010.02.016
AEGA_v1_1; MODAR; 10.1016/j.cpc.2010.08.028

This program has been imported from the CPC Program Library held at Queen's University Belfast (1969-2018)

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MCNP output data analysis with ROOT (MODAR)

Published in: Computer Physics Communications

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  • Version 1


    Published: 2010-06-01

    DOI: 10.17632/gj5gp6b494.1

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    Carasco, C. (2010), “MCNP output data analysis with ROOT (MODAR) ”, Mendeley Data, v1


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