Analytical Representation of the Bragg Curve for Operating a TV-Type Detector at the Radiotherapeutic Accelerator
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A mathematical model of the TV-type detector calculator operation with analytical approximation of the Bragg curve in the simple form for fast calculations is proposed. An analytical formula is obtained, based on the combination of parabolic cylinder functions, well consistent with numerical methods and experimental data, which is valid for proton energies from 60 to 180 MeV.
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