Example of how to reference this online database: (Replace year, month with database access date)
M.J. Boschini, P.G. Rancoita and M. Tacconi (2014), SR-NIEL Calculator: Screened Relativistic (SR) Treatment for Calculating the Displacement Damage and Nuclear Stopping Powers for Electrons, Protons, Light- and Heavy- Ions in Materials (version 3.9.3); [Online] available at INFN sez. Milano-Bicocca, Italy [year, month ]: http://www.sr-niel.org/.
Optional addition: Screened Relativistic Treatments from Chapters 2, 7 and 11 of C. Leroy and P.G. Rancoita (2016), Principles of Radiation Interaction in Matter and Detection - 4th Edition -, World Scientific, Singapore (see also references therein); C. Baur et al. (2014), NIEL dose dependence for solar cells irradiated with electrons and protons, Proc. of the 14th ICATPP, September 23--27 2013, Villa Olmo, Como, Italy, S. Giani, C. Leroy, L. Price, P.G. Rancoita and R. Ruchti, Editors, World Scientific, Singapore, 698-713; Chapter 1 of C. Leroy and P.G. Rancoita (2012), Silicon Solid State Devices and Radiation Detection, World Scientific, Singapore.
Geant4 electrons class and test58 updated
B,Bi,Cl,Tl added as target for NJOY Neutrons NIEL calculators.
Neutrons long write-up pages updated with NJOY 2016 values along with NJOY 2012.50
Neutron NJOY calculators updated with NJOY 2016 values. Cu,Hg,Pb,S,Sn also added as possible target
Predefined compound semiconductors and alloy systems implemented as target
New revision for hadronic contribution to NIEL
NIEL hadronic contribution revised
example test58 for Geant4 ver. 10.3 is available for download
Single scattering classes for Geant4 ver. 10.3 are available for download
Hadronic NIEL contribution added for silicon absorbers and incoming proton energies up to 24 GeV and added a no scaling option for hadronic contribution.
Additional target nuclei added in NJOY based calculators
Hadronic contribution for inpinging α particle is available in NIEL calculators
NIEL Dose Calculator for Electrons, Protons & Ions spectral fluence using both Robinson and Akkerman partition function is available for registered users