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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:52 am 
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Here is the galdef file galdef_49_6002029RE NB see note below, use ASCII version!
for the optimized model used in
http://babbage.sissa.it/abs/astro-ph/0611691
- the Cygnus region detected by Milagro


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Title = optimized/2D 4 kpc halo as 6002029RB but gammas to 1e8 MeV
n_spatial_dimensions = 2
r_min =00.0 min r
r_max =20.00 max r
dr = 1.0 delta r
z_min =-4.0 min z
z_max =+4.0 max z
dz = 0.10 delta z

x_min = 0.0 min x
x_max =+15.0 max x
dx = 0.2 delta x
y_min = 0.0 min y
y_max =+15.0 max y
dy = 0.2 delta y

p_min =1000 min momentum (MV)
p_max =4000 max momentum
p_factor =1.50 momentum factor

Ekin_min =1.0e0 min kinetic energy per nucleon (MeV)
Ekin_max =1.0e9 max kinetic energy per nucleon
Ekin_factor =1.2 kinetic energy per nucleon factor

p_Ekin_grid = Ekin p||Ekin alignment

E_gamma_min = 1.e1 min gamma-ray energy (MeV)
E_gamma_max = 1.e8 max gamma-ray energy (MeV)
E_gamma_factor = 2.00 gamma-ray energy factor
integration_mode = 0 integr.over part.spec.: =1-old E*logE; 0= PL analyt.

nu_synch_min = 1.0e6 min synchrotron frequency (Hz)
nu_synch_max = 1.0e11 max synchrotron frequency (Hz)
nu_synch_factor = 1.2 synchrotron frequency factor

long_min = 0.00 gamma-ray intensity skymap longitude minimum (deg)
long_max =359.50 gamma-ray intensity skymap longitude maximum (deg)
lat_min =-90.00 gamma-ray intensity skymap latitude minimum (deg)
lat_max =+90.00 gamma-ray intensity skymap latitude maximum (deg)
d_long = 0.50 gamma-ray intensity skymap longitude binsize (deg)
d_lat = 0.50 gamma-ray intensity skymap latitude binsize (deg)

D0_xx =5.80e28 diffusion coefficient at reference rigidity
D_rigid_br =4.0e3 reference rigidity for diffusion coefficient in MV
D_g_1 = 0.33 diffusion coefficient index below reference rigidity
D_g_2 = 0.33 diffusion coefficient index above reference rigidity
diff_reacc =1 1=include diffusive reacceleration
v_Alfven =30. Alfven speed in km s-1

damping_p0 = 1.e6 MV -some rigidity (where CR density is low)
damping_const_G = 0.02 a const derived from fitting B/C
damping_max_path_L = 3.e21 Lmax~1 kpc, max free path

convection =0 1=include convection
v0_conv =0. km s-1 v_conv=v0_conv+dvdz_conv*dz
dvdz_conv =10. km s-1 kpc-1 v_conv=v0_conv+dvdz_conv*dz

nuc_rigid_br =10.0e3 reference rigidity for nucleus injection index in MV
nuc_g_1 =1.50 nucleus injection index below reference rigidity
nuc_g_2 =2.42 nucleus injection index index above reference rigidity

inj_spectrum_type = rigidity rigidity||beta_rig||Etot nucleon injection spectrum type

electron_g_0 =1.50 electron injection index below electron_rigid_br0
electron_rigid_br0 =2.0e4 reference rigidity0 for electron injection index in MV
electron_g_1 =2.42 electron injection index below reference rigidity
electron_rigid_br =1.0e9 reference rigidity for electron injection index in MV
electron_g_2 =5.0 electron injection index index above reference rigidity

He_H_ratio =0.11 He/H of ISM, by number
X_CO =0.4E20,0.4E20,0.6E20,0.8E20,1.5E20,10.0E20,10.0E20,10.0E20,10.0E20 conversion factor from CO integrated temperature to H2 column density
for CO rings 0.0 - 1.5 - 3.5 - 5.5 - 7.5 - 9.5 - 11.5 - 13.5 - 15.5 - 50 kpc
fragmentation =1 1=include fragmentation
momentum_losses =1 1=include momentum losses
radioactive_decay =1 1=include radioactive decay
K_capture =1 1=include K-capture

start_timestep =1.0e7
end_timestep =1.0e2
timestep_factor =0.25
timestep_repeat =20 number of repeats per timestep in timetep_mode=1
timestep_repeat2 =0 number of timesteps in timetep_mode=2
timestep_print =10000 number of timesteps between printings
timestep_diagnostics =10000 number of timesteps between diagnostics
control_diagnostics =0 control detail of diagnostics

network_iterations = 1 number of iterations of entire network

prop_r = 1 1=propagate in r (2D)
prop_x = 1 1=propagate in x (2D,3D)
prop_y = 1 1=propagate in y (3D)
prop_z = 1 1=propagate in z (3D)
prop_p = 1 1=propagate in momentum

use_symmetry = 0 0=no symmetry, 1=optimized symmetry, 2=xyz symmetry by copying(3D)

vectorized = 0 0=unvectorized code, 1=vectorized code

source_specification = 0 2D::1:r,z=0 2:z=0 3D::1:x,y,z=0 2:z=0 3:x=0 4:y=0
source_model = 1 0=zero 1=parameterized 2=Case&B 3=pulsars 4= 5=S&Mattox 6=S&Mattox with cutoff
source_parameters_1 = 2.35 model 1:alpha
source_parameters_2 = 5.56283 model 1:beta
source_parameters_3 = 15.0 model 1:rmax


n_cr_sources = 0 number of pointlike cosmic-ray sources 3D only!
cr_source_x_01 = 10.0 x position of cosmic-ray source 1 (kpc)
cr_source_y_01 = 10.0 y position of cosmic-ray source 1
cr_source_z_01 = 0.1 z position of cosmic-ray source 1
cr_source_w_01 = 0.1 sigma width of cosmic-ray source 1
cr_source_L_01 = 1.0 luminosity of cosmic-ray source 1
cr_source_x_02 = 3.0 x position of cosmic-ray source 2
cr_source_y_02 = 4.0 y position of cosmic-ray source 2
cr_source_z_02 = 0.2 z position of cosmic-ray source 2
cr_source_w_02 = 2.4 sigma width of cosmic-ray source 2
cr_source_L_02 = 2.0 luminosity of cosmic-ray source 2


SNR_events = 0 handle stochastic SNR events
SNR_interval = 1.0e4 time interval in years between SNR in 1 kpc^-3 volume
SNR_livetime = 1.0e4 CR-producing live-time in years of an SNR
SNR_electron_sdg = 0.00 delta electron source index Gaussian sigma
SNR_nuc_sdg = 0.00 delta nucleus source index Gaussian sigma
SNR_electron_dgpivot = 5.0e3 delta electron source index pivot rigidity (MeV)
SNR_nuc_dgpivot = 5.0e3 delta nucleus source index pivot rigidity (MeV)

HI_survey = 9 HI survey 8=orig 8 rings 9=new 9 rings
CO_survey = 9 CO survey 8=orig 8 rings 9=new 9 rings

B_field_model = 050100020 bbbrrrzzz bbb=10*B(0) rrr=10*rscale zzz=10*zscale
ISRF_file = RFComposite5kpcJuly112005.fits input ISRF file
ISRF_factors = 1.0,1.0,1.0 ISRF factors for IC calculation: optical, FIR, CMB

proton_norm_Ekin = 1.00e+5 proton kinetic energy for normalization (MeV)
proton_norm_flux = 7.00e-9 flux of protons at normalization energy (cm^-2 sr^-1 s^-1 MeV^-1)

electron_norm_Ekin = 3.45e4 electron kinetic energy for normalization (MeV)
electron_norm_flux = 1.40e-9 flux of electrons at normalization energy (cm^-2 sr^-1 s^-1 MeV^-1)


max_Z = 2 maximum number of nucleus Z listed
use_Z_1 = 1
use_Z_2 = 1
use_Z_3 = 1
use_Z_4 = 1
use_Z_5 = 1
use_Z_6 = 1
use_Z_7 = 1
use_Z_8 = 1
use_Z_9 = 1
use_Z_10 = 1
use_Z_11 = 1
use_Z_12 = 1
use_Z_13 = 1
use_Z_14 = 1
use_Z_15 = 1
use_Z_16 = 1
use_Z_17 = 1
use_Z_18 = 1
use_Z_19 = 1
use_Z_20 = 1
use_Z_21 = 1
use_Z_22 = 1
use_Z_23 = 1
use_Z_24 = 1
use_Z_25 = 1
use_Z_26 = 1
use_Z_27 = 1
use_Z_28 = 1
use_Z_29 = 0
use_Z_30 = 0


iso_abundance_01_001 = 1.060e6 p Source ELEM.abund.: Meyer,Drury,Ellison 1998,SSRv 86,179 /Tbl 1
iso_abundance_02_004 = 0.064e6 p/He: imos 20031026: ApJ2002 // Solar system relative isotope abund.:
iso_abundance_06_012 = 2964. C =3000 12- 0.955
iso_abundance_06_013 = 36. 13- 0.045
iso_abundance_07_014 = 137. N
iso_abundance_08_016 = 3720. O
iso_abundance_10_020 = 282. Ne =??? 20- 0.88
iso_abundance_10_022 = 85. 22/20 =0.3 in source (DuVernois et al 1996) 22- 0.12
iso_abundance_11_023 = 21. Na
iso_abundance_12_024 = 572. Mg =734 24- 0.78
iso_abundance_12_025 = 73.4 25- 0.10
iso_abundance_12_026 = 88.6 26- 0.12
iso_abundance_13_027 = 54. Al
iso_abundance_14_028 = 651. Si =707 28- 0.92
iso_abundance_14_029 = 35. 29- 0.05
iso_abundance_14_030 = 21. 30- 0.03
iso_abundance_15_031 = 4.92 P
iso_abundance_16_032 = 92.4 S
iso_abundance_18_036 = 15.2 Ar
iso_abundance_20_040 = 42. Ca
iso_abundance_24_040 = 10. Cr -introduced by imos
iso_abundance_25_053 = 4. Mn -introduced by imos
iso_abundance_25_055 = 12. -introduced by imos
iso_abundance_26_054 = 57.77 Fe =713 Source abund.: Connell & Simpson 1997 54/56= 9.3%
iso_abundance_26_055 = 9.94 55/56= 1.6%
iso_abundance_26_056 = 621.19 56/56= 100%
iso_abundance_26_057 = 22.98 57/56= 3.7%
iso_abundance_26_058 = 1.12 58/56= 0.18%
iso_abundance_27_059 = 1.28 Co
iso_abundance_28_058 = 26.59 Ni =40.2 Source abund.: Connell & Simpson 1997 58/58= 100%
iso_abundance_28_059 = 0.69 59/58= 2.6%
iso_abundance_28_060 = 11.49 60/58=43.2%
iso_abundance_28_061 = 0. 61/58 <1.2%
iso_abundance_28_062 = 1.44 62.58= 5.4%

total_cross_section = 2 total cross section option: 0=L83 1=WA96 2=BP01
cross_section_option = 012 100*i+j i=1: use Heinbach-Simon C,O->B j=kopt j=11=Webber, 21=ST

t_half_limit = 1.0e4 year - lower limit on radioactive half-life for explicit inclusion

primary_electrons = 1
secondary_positrons = 1
secondary_electrons = 1
secondary_antiproton = 0 0 1 2
tertiary_antiproton = 0
secondary_protons = 0

gamma_rays = 1 1=compute gamma rays 2=also for HI,CO rings
pi0_decay = 1 1= old formalism 2=Blattnig et al.
IC_anisotropic = 0 1=compute anisotropic IC
synchrotron = 1 1=compute synchrotron



output_gcr_full = 1 output full galactic cosmic ray array
warm_start = 0 read in nuclei file and continue run

verbose = 0 verbosity: 0=min,10=max <0: selected debugs
test_suite = 0 run test suite instead of normal run

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 Post subject: milagro galdef optimized
PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 12:20 am 
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a user noticed that cut-and-paste of the galdef parameters does not work
since the character spacing is lost (and is essential for galprop reading)
I put the ascii originals of the galdef files of optimized and conventional models on
http://www.mpe.mpg.de/~aws/propagate.html
and will put the datasets too on request.

NB to run under the current v50p add the parameters bremss=1 and IC_isotropic=1
(see below)

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 6:56 am 
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First, thanks for making this galdef file publicly available.

I have two questions about it:

1) The parameters 'bremss' and 'IC_isotropic' do not appear in this galdef file. By default the public version of the code (v50p) will thus produce neither bremsstrahlung nor inverse compton emissivities and skymaps. Yet Fig.4 of the Abdo et al. ApJL paper shows bremsstrahlung and inverse compton curves. Perhaps bremsstrahlung and ic are calculated by default in version 49? Or is there some reason for not calculating them?

2) This galdef file makes use of a different interstellar radiation field dataset (RFComposite5kpcJuly112005.fits) than the one that is included in the public version 50p (MilkyWay_DR0.5_DZ0.1_DPHI10_RMAX20_ZMAX5_galprop_format.fits). Are there siginificant differences between the two? Perhaps RFComposite5kpcJuly112005.fits is a more up-to-date model? If so, is it also publicly available?

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 7:09 am 
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Hi Michael,
A pleasure to make it available!

1, The parameters 'bremss' and 'IC_isotropic' are actually obsolete. If gamma_rays=1, all processes are included. The switches pi0_decay etc then control details of the computation.
SEE CORRECTION BELOW
NB IC_anisotropic is not yet implemented in this version (or takes forever).


2. Actually the ISRF provided publicly is more up-to-date than the one in this galdef file.
The differences should not be noticeable.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:01 am 
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strong wrote:
1, The parameters 'bremss' and 'IC_isotropic' are actually obsolete. If gamma_rays=1, all processes are included. The switches pi0_decay etc then control details of the computation. NB IC_anisotropic is not yet implemented in this version (or takes forever).


Forgive the nitpicking, but in v50p bremsstrahlung and inverse compton are only calculated if parameters 'bremss' and 'IC_isotropic' are nonzero.

From Galprop.cc:

Code:
   if(galdef.bremss)                               // IMOS20060420
     {
       if (  gen_bremss_emiss()          !=0)  return 1;
       if (store_bremss_emiss()          !=0)  return 1;
       if (  gen_bremss_skymap        () !=0)  return 1;
       if (store_bremss_skymap        () !=0)  return 1;


Code:
   if(galdef.IC_isotropic+galdef.IC_anisotropic) // IMOS20060420
     {
       if (               gen_IC_emiss() !=0)  return 1;
       if (               gen_IC_skymap()!=0)  return 1;
       if (store_IC_skymap("isotropic")!=0)  return 1;   

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:14 am 
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nitpicking rewarded!
you are right, in v49 those parameters were not yet in, they were added in v50.
They should be added to run with v50p.
Thanks for pointing this out !

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You are right, I added these parameters to v50p.

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