SOLID STATE PHYSICS
Using of Stopping and Range of Ions in Matter Code to Study of Radiation Damage in Materials
Hiwa Mohammad Qadr
University of Raparin, College of Science, Physics Department, https://www.uor.edu.krd/
Main Street, Sulaimanyah, Ranya, 46012 Iraq
Ari Maghdid Hamad
Koya University, Faculty of Science and Health, Physics Department, http://fsch.koyauniversity.org/
Koya KOY45, Kurdistan Region, F.R. Iraq
Received April 28, 2020; peer-reviewed May 18, 2020; accepted May 20, 2020
The aim of this work to investigate the impact of the radiation damage in the materials by the proton energy irradiation. The damage parameter used in the evaluation is displacement per atom (DPA) in material as a function of proton energy. Stopping and Range of Ions in Matter (SRIM) code was used to calculate the total vacancy and the number of atomic displacements based on the Norgett-Robinson-Torrens model by difference energies for proton irradiation damage. The option of this code was calculated by using Ion Distribution and Quick Calculation of Damage (Kinchin-Pease) for Fe and Cu target and also Full damage cascade (F-C) was chosen for only Fe. The result is that, the prediction of the F-C model are higher than the K-P calculation. Comparisons has been made with an international standard definition of DPA.
: Proton Energy Irradiation, Radiation Damage, Displacement per Atom (DPA), Stopping and Range of Ions in Matter (SRIM) Code, Primary Knock-on Atom (PKA)
, 2020, 12(3):451-456.
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