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- calculate the flux and current of neutron by MCNP

Guys,I need to calculate the flux and current of neutron by MCNP.So what's the difference between them ,and How to calculate them?

Any ideas?

Any ideas?

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LeeGru

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- calculate the flux and current of neutron by MCNP

Guys,I need to calculate the flux and current of neutron by MCNP.So what's the difference between them ,and How to calculate them?

Any ideas?

Any ideas?

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Flux is a scalar value, while current is a vector, which has a direction.Guys, I need to calculate the flux and current of neutron by MCNP.So what's the difference between them ,and How to calculate them?

Is the question about neutron current (or particle current) or current density?

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I need to calculate the ratio between the total neutron current and the total neutron flux.How could obtain this value?Flux is a scalar value, while current is a vector, which has a direction.

Is the question about neutron current (or particle current) or current density?

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Thank you very much.I need to calculate the ratio between the total neutron current and the total neutron flux.How could I obtain this value in MCNP

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