The monte carlo method has become the de facto standard in radiation transport although powerful if not understood and used appropriately the method can give misleading results monte carlo methods for particle transport teaches appropriate use of the monte carlo method explaining the methods fundamental concepts as well as its . With this book we try to reach several more or less unattainable goals namely to compromise in a single book all the most important achievements of monte carlo calculations for solving neutron and photon transport problems. Definition of the mc method a simple particle transport simulation ingredients of a mc simulation photon electron interactions condensed history technique for charged particle transport general purpose mc packages the buffon needle additional literature the monte carlo simulation of radiation transport p2 35. Monte carlo methods are very important in computational physics physical chemistry and related applied fields and have diverse applications from complicated quantum chromodynamics calculations to designing heat shields and aerodynamic forms as well as in modeling radiation transport for radiation dosimetry calculations in statistical physics monte carlo molecular modeling is an alternative . The monte carlo method for electron transport is a semiclassical monte carlomc approach of modeling semiconductor transport assuming the carrier motion consists of free flights interrupted by scattering mechanisms a computer is utilized to simulate the trajectories of particles as they move across the device under the influence of an electric field using classical mechanics
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