We do all kinds of computer simulation about ionizing radiation, like radiation damage, radiation detection, radiation protection and radiation dosimetry, mainly by Monte Carlo (MC) simulation.
There are plenty of free MC code packages, why do you still need us?
People are saying that MC simulation is simple, it's just about counting numbers. Yes, MC simulation is just about counting numbers, it's very simple, so simple that it's not ready for your engineering needs yet. It demands sophisticated users.
If your MC simulation isn't accurate, don't question the MC tool, question the way you are using it. What does it need to simulate accurately?
For most free MC program packages, there are almost no good graphical user interfaces. One may need sufficient software skills to use these free packages.
Most of the free MC simulation program packages are generally purposed. They can do everything, thus they can't do anything for you. Because they have no understandings of your needs.
Your engineering tasks may need not only radiation simulation, but something else, like charge carriers simulation, for example. Thus MC simulation isn't enough for your tasks. You need other tools.
For your own engineering needs, Cogenda can write dedicated software for you.
If you want to develop your own simulation software, you need some basic physics and mathmetics function libraries. Cogenda has professional experience on these fields.
If what you want is a director answer, just contact us.
Fully physical simulation of SEE is a combination of energetic particle transport simulation and charge carrier transport simulation. What we do includes:
Similar to SEE simulation mentioned above, the simulation of semiconductor detector is also the combination of MC energetic particle simulation and TCAD charge carrier simulation. The work flow of the solution is shown as following figure:
When energetic electrons penetrate in dielectric material, the material will be charged, resulting in electric field inside it. The simulation work flow is shown as following figure: