### Skapa referens, olika format (klipp och klistra)

**Harvard**

Sihver, L., Lantz, M., Takechi, M., Kohama, A., Ferrari, A., Cerutti, F. och Sato, T. (2012) *A comparison of total reaction cross section models used in particle and heavy ion transport codes*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Sihver2012,

author={Sihver, Lembit and Lantz, M. and Takechi, M. and Kohama, A. and Ferrari, A. and Cerutti, F. and Sato, T.},

title={A comparison of total reaction cross section models used in particle and heavy ion transport codes},

journal={Advances in Space Research},

issn={0273-1177},

volume={49},

issue={4},

pages={812-819},

abstract={Understanding the interactions and propagations of high energy protons and heavy ions are essential when trying to estimate the biological effects of Galactic Cosmic Rays (GCR) and Solar Particle Events (SPE) on personnel in space. To be able to calculate the shielding properties of different materials and radiation risks, particle and heavy ion transport codes are needed. In all particle and heavy ion transport codes, the probability function that a projectile particle will collide within a certain distance x in the matter depends on the total reaction cross sections, and the calculated partial fragmentation cross sections scale with the total reaction cross sections. It is therefore crucial that accurate total reaction cross section models are used in the transport calculations. In this paper, different models for calculating nucleon-nucleus and nucleus-nucleus total reaction cross sections are compared with each other and with measurements. The uncertainties in the calculations with the different models are discussed, as well as their overall performances with respect to the available experimental data. Finally, a new compilation of experimental data is briefly presented.},

year={2012},

keywords={Total reaction cross section, Transport codes, accurate universal parameterization, total charge, intermediate, energies, light-nuclei, proton halo, fluka code, fragmentation, targets, fe-56, absorbers},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 156406

A1 Sihver, Lembit

A1 Lantz, M.

A1 Takechi, M.

A1 Kohama, A.

A1 Ferrari, A.

A1 Cerutti, F.

A1 Sato, T.

T1 A comparison of total reaction cross section models used in particle and heavy ion transport codes

YR 2012

JF Advances in Space Research

SN 0273-1177

VO 49

IS 4

SP 812

OP 819

AB Understanding the interactions and propagations of high energy protons and heavy ions are essential when trying to estimate the biological effects of Galactic Cosmic Rays (GCR) and Solar Particle Events (SPE) on personnel in space. To be able to calculate the shielding properties of different materials and radiation risks, particle and heavy ion transport codes are needed. In all particle and heavy ion transport codes, the probability function that a projectile particle will collide within a certain distance x in the matter depends on the total reaction cross sections, and the calculated partial fragmentation cross sections scale with the total reaction cross sections. It is therefore crucial that accurate total reaction cross section models are used in the transport calculations. In this paper, different models for calculating nucleon-nucleus and nucleus-nucleus total reaction cross sections are compared with each other and with measurements. The uncertainties in the calculations with the different models are discussed, as well as their overall performances with respect to the available experimental data. Finally, a new compilation of experimental data is briefly presented.

LA eng

DO 10.1016/j.asr.2011.11.029

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2011.11.029

OL 30