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Casino and other Monte-Carlo physics applications
« on: March 13, 2018, 08:50:38 am »
This board is for discussion of the Casino family of Monte Carlo physics applications. Casino is a number of freeware programs for quickly calculating and displaying electron-solid interactions for a variety of beam conditions and sample geometries. They have been developed at the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec and McGill University, Canada by Raynald Gauvin, Hendrix Demers and Philippe Pinard.

To install Casino simply extract all files in the ZIP to a folder, e.g., C:\Casino, and run the Casinov242.exe (for v. 2.4.2) or Wincasino2.exe or Wincasino2_64.exe (for v. 2.4.8 32 or 64 bit).

Old version of Casino can be downloaded here:

The latest version of Casino is now called MCXray:

https://montecarlomodeling.mcgill.ca/software/mcxray/mcxray.html

Note also this page with more information (please scroll to the bottom):

http://www.probesoftware.com/Technical.html
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