For notations appearing in
"Additional
results," see Notations.
1. "Calculate Curves" Group
1.1 "Depthdose curve" mode
 D_{e}(z) [energy deposition as a function of depth]
or
(r_{0}/E_{0})D_{e}(z) [scaled energy
deposition as a function of scaled depth;
r_{0} = continuous slowingdown approximation range of
incident electrons]
 Additional results: r_{0} , R_{ex} ,
R_{av} ,
z_{av} , h_{N} , h_{E} , D_{e}(0) ,
D_{e}^{max} and D_{e}(z_{max})
The last three parameters are also obtained in scaled quantities.
1.2 "Bremsstrahlung dose" mode
 D_{eb}(z) [energydeposition distribution via
bremsstrahlung]
or
(r_{0}/E_{0})D_{eb}(z) [scaled
energydeposition distribution via bremsstrahlung]
 Additional results: r_{0} , R_{ex} ,
R_{av} ,
z_{av} , h_{N} , h_{E} , D_{eb}(0) ,
D_{eb}^{max} and D_{eb}(z_{max})
The last three parameters are also obtained in scaled quantities.
1.3 "Depthcharge curve" mode
 D_{cp}(z) [chargedeposition distribution due to primary
electrons]
or
r_{0}D_{cp}(z) [scaled chargedeposition
distribution due to primary electrons]
 Additional results: r_{0} , R_{ex} ,
R_{av} , z_{av} , h_{N} , h_{E} ,
D_{cp}(0) , D_{cp}^{max} and
D_{cp}(z_{max})
The last three parameters are also obtained in scaled quantities.
1.4 "Transmission curve" mode
 k(x) [numbertransmission ratio as a function of absorber
thickness
or as a function of scaled absorber thickness]
 Additional results: r_{0} , R_{ex} and
R_{av}
2. "Compare Curves" Group
2.1 "Dose and charge" mode
 D_{e}(z) and D_{cp}(z) [see 1.1 and 1.3]
or
(r_{0}/E_{0})D_{e}(z) and
r_{0}D_{cp}(z)
 Additional results: r_{0 } , R_{ex} ,
h_{N} , h_{E}
2.2 "Dose components" mode
 D_{eb}(z) (see 1.2) and D_{ec}(z) [energy
deposition distribution via collision]
or
(r_{0}/E_{0})D_{eb}(z) and
(r_{0}/E_{0})D_{ec}(z)
 Additional results: r_{0 } , R_{ex} ,
h_{pE} and h_{E}
2.3 "Transmission and reflection" mode
 h_{N}(E) [numberreflection ratio as a function of
incident energy]
and k(E) [numbertransmission ratio as a function of incident energy]
 Additional results: r_{0 } , R_{ex} and
R_{av}
2.4 "Energyreflection ratios" mode
 h_{E} [energyreflection ratio of electrons as a function
of incident energy] and
h_{pE} [energyreflection ratio of photons as a function of
incident energy]
 Additional results: h_{E}(E_{min}) ,
h_{E}(E_{max}) , h_{pE}^{max} ,
h_{pE}(E_{min}) and h_{pE}(E_{min})
3. "Compare with Monte Carlo Results"
Group
3.1 "Dose in elemental absorbers" mode
 D_{e}(z) or
(r_{0}/E_{0})D_{e}(z) [see 1.1]
calculated by the algorithm is compared with the ITS Monte Carlo
results for elemental absobers.
3.2 "Dose in nonelemental absorbers" mode
 The same comparison as above is made for light compounds and
mixtures.
3.2 "Charge in elemental absorbers" mode
 D_{cp}(z) or
r_{0}D_{cp}(z) [see 1.1]
calculated by the formulla is compared with the ITS Monte Carlo
results for elemental absobers.
Notations
 h_{E}: energyreflection ratio of electrons
 h_{pE}: energyreflection ratio of photons
 h_{N}: numberreflection ratio of electrons
 r_{0}: continuous slowingdown approximation range
 R_{av}: average reach, originally proposed as average depth of
electron
penetration
 R_{ex}: extrapolated range
 z_{av}: average penetration depth, also called projected range
