|Feb12-11, 10:56 AM||#1|
mcnp # operator
in defining cell you can use '#' but i read some where use this operator slowing your computation but i think mcnp at first chage your code and transform this oprator by use of (':' & ' ') and build new code then start to computation to prevent it , are you know about this subject?
|Feb15-11, 05:41 AM||#2|
Looks reasonable. You can test your file w/ and w/o '#' to see the difference. The common sense is to design input file containing as simple cell definitions as possible to speed up the computation.
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