A product of White Rock Science
|PVM support for Distributed Computing on Unix and Windows|
|Revised LINUX version available with Dynamic Array Sizes|
|Support for ITS (Integrated TIGER Series) ACCEPT Geometry|
|A whole lot more. See the Full List (updated September, 2004).|
PC version for Windows (98, 95, NT4)
Includes Dynamic Array Dimensioning
Sabrina is a graphics code primarily used
with the Monte Carlo N-particle code
Sabrina is used to visualize 3-dimensional geometries in which MCNP and other codes simulate the transport of radiation. Ray tracing is the primary method for generating images. The user can trade off resolution of the ray traced image for speed of rendering. Sabrina can perform geometry error checking, display the tracks of Monte Carlo simulated particles, and translate solid body geometry descriptions to MCNP surface geometry.
The Unix Help Package
describes Sabrina's features and functionality.
The Windows user interface is similar.
Changes mostly between Versions 3.54 and 3.63 (1993 to 1995)
Changes in Particle Tracks and Repeated Structures between 3.54 and 3.63.