4. METHOD OF SOLUTION
FALSTF makes calculations using as input either an emergent particle density or fluxes calculated by the discrete ordinates transport (DOT) code for two-dimensional cylindrical geometry. Doses can be calculated for one or more detectors.
FALSTAF calculates response contributions from (user-determined) regions within the configuration and sums over the regions to obtain the total response. Both the last flight contribution by region and total response are output by the code. FALSTF will permit the input of a top boundary source and will include the source contribution in the total calculation.
The code can include the effects of a collimator or of a partially-shadowed detector.