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Cutoff energy in MeV (RET for 1 MeV default) >
 
Cutoff energy in MeV (RET for 1 MeV default) >
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S(p,E) X Sigma CC1 (unpolarized) --------------- 100
 
S(p,E) X Sigma CC1 (unpolarized) --------------- 100
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S(p,E) X Sigma CC2 (unpolarized) --------------- 101
 
S(p,E) X Sigma CC2 (unpolarized) --------------- 101
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S(p,E) X Sigma CC1 (polarized - Van Orden) ----- 200
 
S(p,E) X Sigma CC1 (polarized - Van Orden) ----- 200
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Gross/Dmitrasinovic Deuterium IA --------------- 300
 
Gross/Dmitrasinovic Deuterium IA --------------- 300
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S. Jeschonnek Deuterium PWBA ------------------- 350
 
S. Jeschonnek Deuterium PWBA ------------------- 350
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p(e,e’p)pi0 ------------------------------------ 500
 
p(e,e’p)pi0 ------------------------------------ 500
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p(e,e’pi+)n ------------------------------------ 600
 
p(e,e’pi+)n ------------------------------------ 600
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p(e,e’K+)Y ------------------------------------- 700
 
p(e,e’K+)Y ------------------------------------- 700
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d(e,e’p)n Arenhoevel unpolarized responses ----- 804
 
d(e,e’p)n Arenhoevel unpolarized responses ----- 804
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d(e,e’p)n Laget unpolarized responses ---------- 814
 
d(e,e’p)n Laget unpolarized responses ---------- 814
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Enter Option>
 
Enter Option>
  
 
   200
 
   200
  
(e,e�p) or (e,e�n)? (P/N)>
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(e,e'p) or (e,e'n)? (P/N)>
  
 
   p
 
   p
  
 
Deuteron:  
 
Deuteron:  
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Krautschneider ------------------------- 10  
 
Krautschneider ------------------------- 10  
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Saha parametric fit to data ------------ 11  
 
Saha parametric fit to data ------------ 11  
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from EPC code -------------------------- 12  
 
from EPC code -------------------------- 12  
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Bernheim data -------------------------- 13  
 
Bernheim data -------------------------- 13  
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Van Orden parameterization ------------- 14  
 
Van Orden parameterization ------------- 14  
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Paris ---------------------------------- 15  
 
Paris ---------------------------------- 15  
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Bonn ----------------------------------- 16  
 
Bonn ----------------------------------- 16  
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Argonne V18 ---------------------------- 17  
 
Argonne V18 ---------------------------- 17  
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CD Bonn -------------------------------- 18  
 
CD Bonn -------------------------------- 18  
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Gross ---------------------------------- 19
 
Gross ---------------------------------- 19
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Enter Option or <RET> for more options  
 
Enter Option or <RET> for more options  
  
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Doing Radiation Tail Calculation  
 
Doing Radiation Tail Calculation  
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Event number: 1000
 
Event number: 1000
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Event number: 2000
 
Event number: 2000
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Event number: 50000  
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Event number: 50000
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Doing Peak Calculation  
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Doing Peak Calculation
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Event number: 1000  
 
Event number: 1000  
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Event number: 2000
 
Event number: 2000
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Event number: 50000  
 
Event number: 50000  
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FORTRAN STOP
 
FORTRAN STOP
  

Revision as of 21:02, 25 February 2015

mceep

Enter input file prefix (.inp) >

 v3 9

Elast (E), Bnd State (B), Contin (C), Acceptance (A)?

 b 

Radiate? (0=No, 1=Yes, 2=Yes with multiphoton corr.)

 2 

Cutoff energy in MeV (RET for 1 MeV default) >

S(p,E) X Sigma CC1 (unpolarized) --------------- 100

S(p,E) X Sigma CC2 (unpolarized) --------------- 101

S(p,E) X Sigma CC1 (polarized - Van Orden) ----- 200

Gross/Dmitrasinovic Deuterium IA --------------- 300

S. Jeschonnek Deuterium PWBA ------------------- 350

p(e,e’p)pi0 ------------------------------------ 500

p(e,e’pi+)n ------------------------------------ 600

p(e,e’K+)Y ------------------------------------- 700

d(e,e’p)n Arenhoevel unpolarized responses ----- 804

d(e,e’p)n Laget unpolarized responses ---------- 814

Enter Option>

 200

(e,e'p) or (e,e'n)? (P/N)>

 p

Deuteron:

Krautschneider ------------------------- 10

Saha parametric fit to data ------------ 11

from EPC code -------------------------- 12

Bernheim data -------------------------- 13

Van Orden parameterization ------------- 14

Paris ---------------------------------- 15

Bonn ----------------------------------- 16

Argonne V18 ---------------------------- 17

CD Bonn -------------------------------- 18

Gross ---------------------------------- 19

Enter Option or <RET> for more options

 10

Compute singles and accidentals? (Y/N)>

 n 

Doing Radiation Tail Calculation


Event number: 1000

Event number: 2000

.

Event number: 50000


Doing Peak Calculation


Event number: 1000

Event number: 2000

.

Event number: 50000

FORTRAN STOP


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