Fluka Output Interfaces – pyne.fluka

There is a class for processing output for Fluka. The functionality of the module can be obtained by importing as such:

from pyne import fluka

Fluka API

Module for parsing FLUKA output data. FLUKA is a fully integrated particle physics MonteCarlo simulation package. It has many applications in high energy experimental physics and engineering, shielding, detector and telescope design, cosmic ray studies, dosimetry, medical physics and radio-biology. Further information on FLUKA can be obtained from http://www.fluka.org/fluka.php

Currently, only usrbin output files can be read.

If PyTAPS is not installed, then Usrbin and UsrbinTally will not be available to use.

class pyne.fluka.Usrbin(filename)[source]

This class is the wrapper class for UsrbinTally. This class stores all information for a single file that contains one or more usrbin tallies. The “tally” attribute provides key/value access to individual UsrbinTally objects.

Attributes

filename (string) Path to Fluka usrbin file
tally (dict) A dictionary with user-specified tally names as keys and UsrbinTally objects as values.
Parameters:

filename : string

FLUKA USRBIN file

class pyne.fluka.UsrbinTally(fh)[source]

This class reads a single FLUKA USRBIN tally from a USRBIN file.

Attributes

coord_sys (string) The coordinate system used. Either “Cartesian”, “R-Z”, “R-Phi-Z”, or user-defined. Only “Cartesian” is supported.
name (string) The user-defined name for the tally
particle (string) The number code corresponding to the particle tracked in tally. For complete list visit http://www.fluka.org/fluka.php?id=man_onl&sub=7
x_bounds (list of floats) The locations of mesh vertices in the x direction
y_bounds (list of floats) The locations of mesh vertices in the y direction
z_bounds (list of floats) The locations of mesh vertices in the z direction
part_data_tag (string) The name of the tag for the track-length tally data. Follows form “part_data_X” where X is the number of the particle
error_data_tag (string) The name of the tag for the error data. Follows form “error_data_X” where X is the number of the particle

Creates a UsrbinTally object by reading through the file

Parameters:

fh : filehandle

An open usrbin file