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Using the Monte Carlo Method to Solve Problems of the Transfer of Fast Electrons in a Substance,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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All theoretical and experimental data about interaction of electron with atom necessary for conducting calculation are in detail examined. The methods of the optimum organization of the algorithms of calculations are described. Are given the characterisitics of programs for computers, and also the results of calculations, obtained with their aid, in the form, convenient for the practical use during the solution of all possible problems of applied character. Calculations are done for 8 elements and substances with the atomic number from 3.3 to 82 in teh wide region of wave energy 0.4-6.0 MeV and angles of incidence of electrons 0-81 deg., which makes it possible to carry out reliable interpolation and to use the obtained results for any elements and complicated substances. Russian Translations.
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