DOSE - program for calculation of the radial distribution in the neighbourhood of the track of an accelerated ion

Authors: B.F.Kostenko, J.Pribish, V.P.Filinova
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Language: Fortran
Environment: Microsoft Developer Studio, Fortran PowerStation v.4.0, Compaq Visual Fortran

The program is intended for calculation of the radial distribution of energy deposition in the electronic subsystem at moment of time T at point R, where distance R is measured in the perpendicular direction to the path of different accelerated ions moving in condensed matter like water, superconductor and others.

Program is written in Microsoft Fortran PowerStation (version 4.0) language with making use of the Microsoft IMSL Math Library in Microsoft Developer Studio programming environment.

The input parameters are the following: atomic mass, charge and energy of a projectile ion; the atomic masses and charges of target material nuclei, numbers of these nuclei in a target molecule, the total number of nucleus components of a given type in the molecule, full amount of atoms in the molecule, density and mass of one mole of the target material. In program, the data are entered for such materials: water, Ge, superconductors: Y-Ba2-Cu3-O7, Bi2-Sr2-Ca-Cu2-O8. We get the distribution of energy deposition on time and radius as a result of computation.

The mathematical model of the physical processes underlying the program DOSE is described in [1, 2].

The program was used for finding radii of tracks in high-Tc-superconductor Y-Ba2-Cu3-O7, bombarded by accelerated ions [3], for computation of thermal relaxation of energy in superconductors [4,5], as well as for mathematical modeling the processes of the thermal relaxation in the central area of the track for ions I-127, Br-79, Ne-20, C-12 and H-1, spreading in fluid water, at the energies from 0.25 to 1.0 meV/a.e.m. [6].


  1. M.P.R.Waligorski, R.N.Hamm, R.Katz. Nucl. Tracks. Radiat. Meas. 1986, V. 11, N6, p. 309.
  2. V.S.Barashenkov. High Energy Chemistry, 1994. V. 28, N3, p. 229.
  3. V.S.Barashenkov, I.N.Goncharov, B.F.Kostenko, V.P.Filinova, P17-96-511.
  4. Goncharov I.N., Kostenko B.F., Philinova V.P. Phys. Lett. A. 2001. V.288. p.111.
  5. B.F.Kostenko, J.Pribish, I.N.Goncharov, Pepan Letters, 2006, V.3, N1(130), p.31.
  6. B.F.Kostenko, J.Pribish, V.P.Filinova, PFUR, 2007, XLIII All-Russia Conference on the problems of informatics, physics and chemistry, Theses of Reports, p.41.

Sources, results and detailed description (in Russian, format .doc) are submitted.

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