NAME OR DESIGNATION OF PROGRAM, COMPUTER, DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM OR FUNCTION, METHOD OF SOLUTION, RESTRICTIONS ON THE COMPLEXITY OF THE PROBLEM, TYPICAL RUNNING TIME, UNUSUAL FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM, RELATED AND AUXILIARY PROGRAMS, STATUS, REFERENCES, MACHINE REQUIREMENTS, LANGUAGE, OPERATING SYSTEM UNDER WHICH PROGRAM IS EXECUTED, OTHER PROGRAMMING OR OPERATING INFORMATION OR RESTRICTIONS, NAME AND ESTABLISHMENT OF AUTHORS, MATERIAL, CATEGORIES

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Program name | Package id | Status | Status date |
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INFLTB | PSR-0313/01 | Tested | 07-APR-1997 |

Machines used:

Package ID | Orig. computer | Test computer |
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PSR-0313/01 | Many Computers | Many Computers |

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3. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM OR FUNCTION

INFLTB calculates mass energy transfer and mass energy absorption coefficients between 1 keV and 100 MeV for 29 elements and 14 mixtures and compounds of general dosimetric interest.

Elements:

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HYDROGEN, HELIUM, LITHIUM, BERYLLIUM, CARBON, GRAPHITE, NITROGEN, OXYGEN, FLUORINE, NEON, ALUMINUM, SILICON, SULFUR, ARGON, CALCIUM, TITANIUM, IRON, COPPER, GERMANIUM, KRYPTON, MOLYBDENUM, TIN, IODINE, BARIUM, GADOLINIUM, TUNGSTEN, PLATINUM, URANIUM, SILVER, LEAD.

Mixtures and compounds:

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A-150 TISSUE-EQUIVALENT PLASTIC, ADIPOSE TISSUE (ICRP), ADIPOSE TISSUE (ICRU, 1986), AIR, DRY (NEAR SEA LEVEL), BONE, COMPACT (ICRU), BONE, CORTICAL (ICRP), BONE, CORTICAL (ICRU, 1986), CALCIUM FLUORIDE, CALCIUM FLUORIDE, FERROUS SULFATE (STANDARD FRICKE) DOSIMETER SOLUTION, FERROUS SULFATE ("SUPER" FRICKE) DOSIMETER SOLUTION, GLASS, BOROSILICATE ("PYREX", CORNING 7740), LITHIUM FLUORIDE, MUSCLE, SKELETAL (ICRP), MUSCLE, SKELETAL (ICRU, 1986), MUSCLE, STRIATED (ICRU), POLYETHYLENE, POLYMETHYL METHACRYLATE, "LUCITE", "PERSPEX", "PLEXIGLAS", POLYSTYRENE, POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE, "TEFLON", WATER, LIQUID, WATER VAPOR, TE GAS(METHANE).

INFLTB calculates mass energy transfer and mass energy absorption coefficients between 1 keV and 100 MeV for 29 elements and 14 mixtures and compounds of general dosimetric interest.

Elements:

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HYDROGEN, HELIUM, LITHIUM, BERYLLIUM, CARBON, GRAPHITE, NITROGEN, OXYGEN, FLUORINE, NEON, ALUMINUM, SILICON, SULFUR, ARGON, CALCIUM, TITANIUM, IRON, COPPER, GERMANIUM, KRYPTON, MOLYBDENUM, TIN, IODINE, BARIUM, GADOLINIUM, TUNGSTEN, PLATINUM, URANIUM, SILVER, LEAD.

Mixtures and compounds:

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A-150 TISSUE-EQUIVALENT PLASTIC, ADIPOSE TISSUE (ICRP), ADIPOSE TISSUE (ICRU, 1986), AIR, DRY (NEAR SEA LEVEL), BONE, COMPACT (ICRU), BONE, CORTICAL (ICRP), BONE, CORTICAL (ICRU, 1986), CALCIUM FLUORIDE, CALCIUM FLUORIDE, FERROUS SULFATE (STANDARD FRICKE) DOSIMETER SOLUTION, FERROUS SULFATE ("SUPER" FRICKE) DOSIMETER SOLUTION, GLASS, BOROSILICATE ("PYREX", CORNING 7740), LITHIUM FLUORIDE, MUSCLE, SKELETAL (ICRP), MUSCLE, SKELETAL (ICRU, 1986), MUSCLE, STRIATED (ICRU), POLYETHYLENE, POLYMETHYL METHACRYLATE, "LUCITE", "PERSPEX", "PLEXIGLAS", POLYSTYRENE, POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE, "TEFLON", WATER, LIQUID, WATER VAPOR, TE GAS(METHANE).

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4. METHOD OF SOLUTION

The mass energy transfer coefficient is calculated from the sum of the interaction cross sections (atomic photo effect, Compton scattering, and pair plus triplet production) multiplied by their respective average fractions of energy transferred to electrons and positrons. The mass energy absorption coefficient is the product of the mass energy transfer coefficient and 1 - G, where G is the average fraction of the secondary electron (or positron) kinetic energy that is spent in bremsstrahlung production and in-flight positron annhilation.

The mass energy transfer coefficient is calculated from the sum of the interaction cross sections (atomic photo effect, Compton scattering, and pair plus triplet production) multiplied by their respective average fractions of energy transferred to electrons and positrons. The mass energy absorption coefficient is the product of the mass energy transfer coefficient and 1 - G, where G is the average fraction of the secondary electron (or positron) kinetic energy that is spent in bremsstrahlung production and in-flight positron annhilation.

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6. TYPICAL RUNNING TIME

The running time depends on whether all energies are calculated or only the absorption edges. If only the edges are calculated, the calculation takes only a few seconds. The sample problem for lead (all energies) required about 10 hours on a 25 MHz PC 386.

The running time depends on whether all energies are calculated or only the absorption edges. If only the edges are calculated, the calculation takes only a few seconds. The sample problem for lead (all energies) required about 10 hours on a 25 MHz PC 386.

PSR-0313/01

The sample problems were executed by the NEA/DB on a PC DELL Optiplex GXM 5100 equipped with a Pentium processor of 99 MHz, base memory 640 Kbyte and extended memory 32 MByte. One of the sample problems (absorption edges only) takes 1.2 CPU seconds to be executed, whereas the CPU time required to execute the other sample problem (complete set of energies) is 35.22 minutes.[ top ]

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PSR-0313/01, included references:

- D.K. Trubey:Informal Notes (July 1992)

- P.D. Higgins et al.:

Mass Energy-Transfer and Absorption Coefficients, Including

In-Flight Positron Annihilation for Photon Energies 1 keV to 100

MeV

NISTIR 4812 (March 1992)

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11. MACHINE REQUIREMENTS

The code was tested on a PC 386, but should run on all IBM PC compatible computers having a math coprocessor. A

VAX version is also available.

The code was tested on a PC 386, but should run on all IBM PC compatible computers having a math coprocessor. A

VAX version is also available.

PSR-0313/01

The sample problems were executed by the NEA/DB on a PC DELL Optiplex GXM 5100 equipped with a Pentium processor of 99 MHz, base memory 640 Kbyte and extended memory 32 MByte. The filesize of the executable INFLT.EXE is 241 Kbyte; The diskspace occupied by the data files is about 2 Megabyte.[ top ]

13. OPERATING SYSTEM UNDER WHICH PROGRAM IS EXECUTED

The code was written in Fortran 77 and was tested using the Microsoft Version 5.0 compiler. For implementation on other systems, the OPEN statements are placed in one subroutine (SETIO). The VAX version was tested using the VMS Fortran compiler.

The code was written in Fortran 77 and was tested using the Microsoft Version 5.0 compiler. For implementation on other systems, the OPEN statements are placed in one subroutine (SETIO). The VAX version was tested using the VMS Fortran compiler.

PSR-0313/01

The sample problems were executed by the NEA/DB on a PC DELL Optiplex GXM 5100 equipped with a Pentium processor, under MS-DOS 6.2 . The tests performed included the compilation of the source files using the Microsoft FORTRAN-77 compiler (Version 5.10) and linker (Version 5.15).[ top ]

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15. NAME AND ESTABLISHMENT OF AUTHORS

Contributed by: Radiation Safety Information Computational Center

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U. S. A.

Developed by: Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.

National Institute of Standards and Technology,

Gaithersburg, MD, U.S.A.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, U.S.A.

Contributed by: Radiation Safety Information Computational Center

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U. S. A.

Developed by: Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.

National Institute of Standards and Technology,

Gaithersburg, MD, U.S.A.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, U.S.A.

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PSR-0313/01

File name | File description | Records |
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PSR0313_01.001 | Information file of package INFLTB | 391 |

PSR0313_01.002 | Notes on INFLTB | 92 |

PSR0313_01.003 | FORTRAN-77 source code of INFLTB (PC) | 713 |

PSR0313_01.004 | FORTRAN-77 aux. source code of INFLTB (PC) | 609 |

PSR0313_01.005 | FORTRAN-77 source code of INFLTB (VAX) | 1234 |

PSR0313_01.006 | Command file to run INFLTB (VAX) | 12 |

PSR0313_01.007 | Executable file of program INFLTB | 0 |

PSR0313_01.008 | List of elements and compounds available | 52 |

PSR0313_01.009 | Seltzer's radiation yield tables (electrons) | 1152 |

PSR0313_01.010 | Seltzer's radiation yield tables (positrons) | 1152 |

PSR0313_01.011 | Hubbel's data files on Compton formfactors | 808 |

PSR0313_01.012 | Table of binding energies by element | 19 |

PSR0313_01.013 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=1 | 115 |

PSR0313_01.014 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=2 | 115 |

PSR0313_01.015 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=3 | 119 |

PSR0313_01.016 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=4 | 119 |

PSR0313_01.017 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=5 | 127 |

PSR0313_01.018 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=6 | 127 |

PSR0313_01.019 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=7 | 127 |

PSR0313_01.020 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=8 | 127 |

PSR0313_01.021 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=9 | 127 |

PSR0313_01.022 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=10 | 127 |

PSR0313_01.023 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=11 | 143 |

PSR0313_01.024 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=12 | 143 |

PSR0313_01.025 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=13 | 151 |

PSR0313_01.026 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=14 | 151 |

PSR0313_01.027 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=15 | 151 |

PSR0313_01.028 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=16 | 151 |

PSR0313_01.029 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=17 | 151 |

PSR0313_01.030 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=18 | 151 |

PSR0313_01.031 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=19 | 155 |

PSR0313_01.032 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=20 | 155 |

PSR0313_01.033 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=21 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.034 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=22 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.035 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=23 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.036 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=24 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.037 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=25 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.038 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=26 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.039 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=27 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.040 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=28 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.041 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=29 | 164 |

PSR0313_01.042 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=30 | 175 |

PSR0313_01.043 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=31 | 185 |

PSR0313_01.044 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=32 | 185 |

PSR0313_01.045 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=33 | 185 |

PSR0313_01.046 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=34 | 185 |

PSR0313_01.047 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=35 | 185 |

PSR0313_01.048 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=36 | 185 |

PSR0313_01.049 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=37 | 190 |

PSR0313_01.050 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=38 | 190 |

PSR0313_01.051 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=39 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.052 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=40 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.053 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=41 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.054 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=42 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.055 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=43 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.056 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=44 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.057 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=45 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.058 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=46 | 195 |

PSR0313_01.059 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=47 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.060 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=48 | 200 |

PSR0313_01.061 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=49 | 211 |

PSR0313_01.062 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=50 | 211 |

PSR0313_01.063 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=51 | 211 |

PSR0313_01.064 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=52 | 220 |

PSR0313_01.065 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=53 | 220 |

PSR0313_01.066 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=54 | 220 |

PSR0313_01.067 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=55 | 226 |

PSR0313_01.068 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=56 | 227 |

PSR0313_01.069 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=57 | 237 |

PSR0313_01.070 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=58 | 237 |

PSR0313_01.071 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=59 | 237 |

PSR0313_01.072 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=60 | 257 |

PSR0313_01.073 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=61 | 267 |

PSR0313_01.074 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=62 | 267 |

PSR0313_01.075 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=63 | 267 |

PSR0313_01.076 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=64 | 279 |

PSR0313_01.077 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=65 | 267 |

PSR0313_01.078 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=66 | 267 |

PSR0313_01.079 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=67 | 267 |

PSR0313_01.080 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=68 | 267 |

PSR0313_01.081 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=69 | 267 |

PSR0313_01.082 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=70 | 38 |

PSR0313_01.083 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=71 | 85 |

PSR0313_01.084 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=72 | 125 |

PSR0313_01.085 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=73 | 121 |

PSR0313_01.086 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=74 | 279 |

PSR0313_01.087 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=75 | 130 |

PSR0313_01.088 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=76 | 9 |

PSR0313_01.089 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=77 | 22 |

PSR0313_01.090 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=78 | 279 |

PSR0313_01.091 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=79 | 279 |

PSR0313_01.092 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=80 | 279 |

PSR0313_01.093 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=81 | 291 |

PSR0313_01.094 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=82 | 291 |

PSR0313_01.095 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=83 | 291 |

PSR0313_01.096 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=84 | 291 |

PSR0313_01.097 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=85 | 291 |

PSR0313_01.098 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=86 | 291 |

PSR0313_01.099 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=87 | 298 |

PSR0313_01.100 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=88 | 298 |

PSR0313_01.101 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=89 | 310 |

PSR0313_01.102 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=90 | 310 |

PSR0313_01.103 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=91 | 352 |

PSR0313_01.104 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=92 | 352 |

PSR0313_01.105 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=93 | 352 |

PSR0313_01.106 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=94 | 338 |

PSR0313_01.107 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=95 | 338 |

PSR0313_01.108 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=96 | 352 |

PSR0313_01.109 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=97 | 352 |

PSR0313_01.110 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=98 | 338 |

PSR0313_01.111 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=99 | 347 |

PSR0313_01.112 | Berger's cross-section tables, element Z=100 | 347 |

PSR0313_01.113 | Sample input file (absorption edges only) | 4 |

PSR0313_01.114 | Sample input file (complete set of energies) | 4 |

PSR0313_01.115 | Sample output file (absorption edges only) | 719 |

PSR0313_01.116 | Sample coeff. files(absorption edges only) | 22 |

PSR0313_01.117 | Sample (1-G) file (absorption edges only) | 22 |

PSR0313_01.118 | Sample output file (complete set of energie) | 2411 |

PSR0313_01.119 | Sample coeff. file (complete set of energie) | 64 |

PSR0313_01.120 | Sample (1-G) file (complete set of energie) | 64 |

PSR0313_01.121 | DOS file-names | 120 |

Keywords: dosimeters, energy transfer, gamma radiation, mass transfer, transfer functions.