Handbook of SRNIEL and Nuclear Stopping Power (and Doses) Calculators for Elements and Compounds (for instance, semiconductors)
Welcome to the relativistic screening (SR) treatment handbook Website. In these pages you can find information about physics process regarding the Screened Relativistic (SR) Calculator of the NonIonizing Energy Loss of electrons, protons and ions passing through an absorber, generating displacement damages and, in case of semiconductors, introducing deep levels resulting from the Frenkel pairs created. NIEL doses (also termed "displacement damage doses") are also provided.
The notation of screened relativistic (SR) NIEL was introduced by Baur et al. (2014). It is treated in Sects. 11.3.1, 11.3.2 of Leroy and Rancoita (2016) and Sect. 2 of Baur et al. (2014). The SRNIEL is derived from the SR (screened relativistic) nuclear stopping power for electrons (e.g., see Sect. 2.4.3 of Leroy and Rancoita (2016)) and the SR nuclear stopping power for massive particle at relativistic energies (e.g., see Sect.2.2.2 of Leroy and Rancoita (2016)).
Furthermore in the SRNIEL website, based on the physics framework here illustrated, an online calculator for the nuclear stopping powers of electrons, protons, light and heavyions is available. The calculations are carried out based on the screened relativistic treatment for (elastic) Coulomb interactions on nuclei from low up to ultra relativistic energies.
In the SRNIEL website, there are calculators available also for i) the probability of generating energetic recoil nuclei, ii) for the estimates of recoil energy fractions deposited via ionizing and nonionizing processe  using two of the mostly employed analytical approximations of energy partition function  and iii) the electronic stopping power and ionizing dose.
The user can additionally access to calculators which allow one to obtains NIEL values and NIEL doses for neutrons in Si and GaAs absorbers, derived from ASTM72209 and ASTM72214 standards.
Registered users can access to SRNIEL web calculators i) in which it is implemented the Akkerman and Barak (2006) partition function and ii) to get NIEL doses for neutrons and neutron spectral fluence in some elements (C, N, Si, Ga, As, from version 3.5.1 0, Al, P, In, Cd, Te, Ge, Zn, Se, Sb, from version 3.9 Cu, Hg, Pb, S, Sn, from version 3.9.2 B, Bi, Cl, Tl, from version 4.5.0 Li, Ti, Mn, Br, Sr, Nb, Mo, Ag, I, Ba, La, Eu, U and from version 4.6.0 also H, He, Be, F, Na, Mg, Ar, K, Ca, V, Cr, Fe, Co, Ni) and their compounds, using Robinson and Akkerman partition functions. Additional nuclei available after version 4.6.0 are listed at this page. A critical discussion on the usage of 1 MeV neutron equivalent is also available.
Furthermore, the high energy extension of electronic stopping power (referred to as SRframework electronic stopping power) for elements and compounds is accessible to registered users, The corresponding long writeups are found among the topics treated inside the section on Electronic stopping power and restricted energy loss.
At present, in the SRNIEL website, calculators for ionizing energy losses (and doses) of electrons, protons and ions are also available. Thus, a few topics on electronic stopping power and related issues are discussed in the current Physics Handbook.
This project is part of the activities on going at the SRNIEL/ASIF/AMS02 Milano Bicocca group.
The implementation of SRNIEL treatment and derived SRNIEL calculators into ESA (European Space Agency) codes (e.g., SPENVIS, GRAS and Mulassis) is accomplished under ESA contract 4000116146/16/NL/HK with title "NonIonizing Energy Loss (NIEL) Calculation and Verification".
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Available SRNIEL Physics topics:

Screened relativistic (SR) treatment

SRNIEL and displacement stopping power

Energy Partition Functions

Nuclear stopping power for electrons, protons, ions

Nuclear Recoil

SRNIEL and Solar Cells

GaAs SRNIEL tables

SRNIEL and displacement stopping power for Neutrons
 Summary of neutron damage function, NIEL and hardness parameter
 Neutron spectral fluence
 Hardness parameter and 1MeV neutron equivalent
 NIEL and minority carrier lifetime
 NIEL dose calculation for neutron using Robinson and Akkerman partition functions (registered users)
 Comparison of Damage Functions obtained with Akkerman and Robinson Partition Functions (registered users)
 Determination of the Damage Function at 1 MeV (registered users)
 Neutron Damage Function in Bi and Si (registered users)

SRNIEL embedded in GRAS, Geant4, Mulassis, Spenvis

Electronic stopping power and restricted energy loss
 Electronic Stopping Power and Linear Energy Transfer
 Massive Particles with z=1 in Silicon: Electronic Stopping Power, Deposited Energy and Experimental Evidence of approaching the Fermi Plateau
 Restricted energyloss treatment within SRNIEL framework for dealing with particle energy deposition in a medium
 Impact of solar modulation on particle flux per unit area as a function of particle energy or electronic stopping power or restricted energy loss
 LET distributions for Feions from SPENVIS, CREME and SRNIEL/HelMod frameworks: dependence of the estimated number of SEE on solar modulation model
 Case studies on TID and SEEs when restricted energyloss is employed with respect to the usage of electronic stopping power
 Case study on SEEs employing the restricted energyloss and dependence on solar modulation model
 Kinetic Energy Thresholds for Traversing 50 mils of Al absorbers

Cosmic rays propagation through heliosphere

Nuclei for neutron damage functions

Physical constants and list of compounds
A comprehenseve treatment of the screened relativistic physical processes is found in: C. Leroy and P.G. Rancoita (2016), Principles of Radiation Interaction in Matter and Detection  4th Edition , World Scientific. Singapore, ISBN9789814603188 (printed); ISBN.9789814603195 (ebook); http://www.worldscientific.com/worldscibooks/10.1142/9167; it is also partially accessible via google books.