Title. Nuclear Reaction Models in P article and H eavy I on T ransport code S ystem PHITS. Koji Niita: RIST, Japan Tatsuhiko Sato, JAEA, Japan Hiroshi Iwase: KEK, Japan Yousuke Iwamoto, Norihito Matsuda, Yukio Sakamoto, Hiroshi Nakashima: JAEA, Japan
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Nuclear Reaction Models
Particle and Heavy Ion Transport code System
Koji Niita:RIST, Japan
Tatsuhiko Sato, JAEA, Japan
Hiroshi Iwase: KEK, Japan
Yousuke Iwamoto, Norihito Matsuda,
Yukio Sakamoto, Hiroshi Nakashima: JAEA, Japan
Davide Mancusi, Lembit Sihver: Chalmers, Sweden
PHITS is a multi-purpose 3D Monte Carlo transport code system
for all particles and Heavy ions with all energies
from meV up to 200 GeV.
5 major codes for all particle transport in a world
GSI FAIR : Super-FRS facility
RIA Beam production area
PHITSfor High Intensity
Heavy Ion facilities
48Ca beam track
Heating in whole system
Proton and Carbon Therapy Facilities
3D view by PHITS
Super mirror (reflection)
Mechanical devices, T0 chopper
and Optical devices
for charge particle
SPAR, ATIMA code
Nuclear Data MCNP code
ENDF-B/VI, LA150, …..
Particle Induced JAM code
Heavy Ion Collisions JQMD code
Nuclear Reaction Models
Introducing JAM(Jet AA Microscopic Transport Model) Y. Nara et.al. Phys. Rev.C61 (2000) 024901
JAM is a Hadronic Cascade Model, which explicitly treats all established hadronic states including resonances with explicit spin and isospin as well as their anti-particles.
We have parameterized all Hadron-Hadron Cross Sections, based on Resonance Model and String Model by fitting the available experimental data.
Au+Au 200GeV/u in cm
JQMD(Jaeri Quantum Molecular Dynamics) forSimulation of Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions
K. Niiita et.al. Phys. Rev. C52 (1995) 2620http://hadron31.tokai-sc.jaea.go.jp/jqmd/
56Fe 800 MeV/u on 208Pb
Analysis of Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions by JQMD
Monte Carlo N-Particle Transport Code System developed by
Los Alamos National Lab.
for Neutrons, Photons, Electrons
by using Evaluated Nuclear Data, such as ENDF, JENDL, …
Nuclear Criticality Safety, Radiation Shielding, Fission Reactor Design, …
n-56Fe Reaction Cross Sections
by using the evaluated nuclear data.
energy is conserved in average.
Only one-body observables
by using event generators.
treat all ejectiles of collisions.
energy and momentum are conserved
in each collision.
Event Generator inPHITSNew Feature (1)
What are we doing in Monte Carlo calculations for particle transport ?
Observables beyond one-body quantities are often required.
We have developed the event generator mode in PHITS for all energy.
in design study of accelerator facilities for various purpose,
in planning system for radiotherapy, and
in space radiation.
to determine the accuracy of the transport code.
in PHITS to describe the nuclear reactions.
data is necessary to describe new quantities which are related to the higher
order correlations beyond one-body observables.