Tatsuhiko Sato
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Particle and heavy ion transport code system, PHITS, version 2.52
T Sato, K Niita, N Matsuda, S Hashimoto, Y Iwamoto, S Noda, T Ogawa, ...
Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 50 (9), 913-923, 2013
Particle and heavy ion transport code system; PHITS
K Niita, T Sato, H Iwase, H Nose, H Nakashima, L Sihver
Radiat. Meas 41 (9-10), 1080-1090, 2006
Scaling in situ cosmogenic nuclide production rates using analytical approximations to atmospheric cosmic-ray fluxes
N Lifton, T Sato, TJ Dunai
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 386, 149-160, 2014
Features of Particle and Heavy Ion Transport code system (PHITS) version 3.02
T Sato, Y Iwamoto, S Hashimoto, T Ogawa, T Furuta, S Abe, T Kai, ...
Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 55 (6), 684-690, 2018
Development of PARMA: PHITS-based analytical radiation model in the atmosphere
T Sato, H Yasuda, K Niita, A Endo, L Sihver
Radiation research 170 (2), 244-259, 2008
Analytical functions to predict cosmic-ray neutron spectra in the atmosphere
T Sato, K Niita
Radiation research 166 (3), 544-555, 2006
Biological dose estimation for charged-particle therapy using an improved PHITS code coupled with a microdosimetric kinetic model
T Sato, Y Kase, R Watanabe, K Niita, L Sihver
Radiation research 171 (1), 107-117, 2009
Fluence-to-dose conversion coefficients for neutrons and protons calculated using the PHITS code and ICRP/ICRU adult reference computational phantoms
T Sato, A Endo, M Zankl, N Petoussi-Henss, K Niita
Physics in Medicine & Biology 54 (7), 1997, 2009
Extension of TOPAS for the simulation of proton radiation effects considering molecular and cellular endpoints
L Polster, J Schuemann, I Rinaldi, L Burigo, AL McNamara, RD Stewart, ...
Physics in Medicine & Biology 60 (13), 5053, 2015
Analytical model for estimating terrestrial cosmic ray fluxes nearly anytime and anywhere in the world: Extension of PARMA/EXPACS
T Sato
PloS one 10 (12), e0144679, 2015
Development of a calculation method for estimating specific energy distribution in complex radiation fields
T Sato, R Watanabe, K Niita
Radiation protection dosimetry 122 (1-4), 41-45, 2006
SCINFUL-QMD: Monte Carlo based computer code to calculate response function and detection efficiency of a liquid organic scintillator for neutron energies up to 3 GeV
D Satoh, T Sato, N Shigyo, K Ishibashi
JAEA-Data/Code 23, 2006, 2006
The Martian surface radiation environment–a comparison of models and MSL/RAD measurements
D Matthiä, B Ehresmann, H Lohf, J Köhler, C Zeitlin, J Appel, T Sato, ...
Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate 6, A13, 2016
Applicability of particle and heavy ion transport code PHITS to the shielding design of spacecrafts
T Sato, K Niita, H Iwase, H Nakashima, Y Yamaguchi, L Sihver
Radiation measurements 41 (9-10), 1142-1146, 2006
Benchmarking of calculated projectile fragmentation cross-sections using the 3-D, MC codes PHITS, FLUKA, HETC-HEDS, MCNPX_HI, and NUCFRG2
L Sihver, D Mancusi, K Niita, T Sato, L Townsend, C Farmer, L Pinsky, ...
Acta Astronautica 63 (7-10), 865-877, 2008
Recent developments and benchmarking of the PHITS code
L Sihver, D Mancusi, T Sato, K Niita, H Iwase, Y Iwamoto, N Matsuda, ...
Advances in Space Research 40 (9), 1320-1331, 2007
Analytical model for estimating the zenith angle dependence of terrestrial cosmic ray fluxes
T Sato
PloS one 11 (8), e0160390, 2016
Benchmark study of the recent version of the PHITS code
Y Iwamoto, T Sato, S Hashimoto, T Ogawa, T Furuta, S Abe, T Kai, ...
Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 54 (5), 617-635, 2017
Cell survival fraction estimation based on the probability densities of domain and cell nucleus specific energies using improved microdosimetric kinetic models
T Sato, Y Furusawa
Radiation research 178 (4), 341-356, 2012
Reevaluation of secondary neutron spectra from thick targets upon heavy-ion bombardment
D Satoh, T Kurosawa, T Sato, A Endo, M Takada, H Iwase, T Nakamura, ...
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators …, 2007
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