Computer programs for the two body approximation to the radiation damage problem
Bird, John P.
Kronz, Ronald L.
Harrison, Don E.
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A binary collision simulation of the radiation damage problem is proposed. Energy thresholds and parameter adjustment are discussed. Preliminary results show strong focusing in the (110) direction and weaker focusing in the (100) direction. Although not complete, the model is expected, with suggested modifications, to adequately represent the radiation damage problem. The authors wish to express their appreciation for the assistance and encouragement given them by Associate Professor Don E. Harrison, Jr. of the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in this investigation. The authors also are pleased to acknowledge the assistance of Lt. Herbert L. Hoppe, USN, of the U. S Naval Postgraduate School who was instrumental in the development of the binary collision interaction subroutine.
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