A). The LISE++ code (v.9.2.68) has been used to estimate fragment transmission.
B). The rates are estimated based on the EPAX 2.15 cross section parameterization for fragmentation and the LISE++ 3EER model[2,3] for in-flight fission.
C). Reaccelerated and stopped beam rates above 1E+8 are very uncertain. The use of solid catchers may yield higher rates in some cases. This option is not incluced.
D). Year one assumes 10kW and a limited set of primary beams. Year two is 50kW with additional primary beams added.
E). Estimated rates may change as the various assumptions are tested and refined.
 - K. Sümmerer and B. Blank, Phys. Rev. C 61 (2000) 034607.
 - O.B.Tarasov and D.Bazin, NIM B 266 (2008) 4657-466.
 - O.B. Tarasov, "LISE++ development: Abrasion-Fission", Tech.Rep. MSUCL1300, NSCL, Michigan State University 2005.
For further information regarding these calculations, please refer to the readme file (PDF - 420 kB).
Applet created by Dennis Wey and modified by B. Sherrill.
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