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Monte Carlo Universal

Monte Carlo Universal [MCU] is a project on development and practical use of a universal computer code for simulation of particle transport (neutrons, photons, electrons) in three-dimensional systems by means of the Monte Carlo method.

The main advantage of the Monte Carlo method is its ability to simulate the interaction of radiation with substance on the basis of the information from the evaluated nuclear data files (i.e.the most exact data without additional assumptions is used). Besdies, this method practically does not impose restrictions on the geometry of considered systems.

The MCU Project started in RRC "Kurchatov Institute" in 1982.

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