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EQFlux

General EQFlux is a generalized version of the Fortran Programs EQFRUX and EQGAFLUX, the code for which is published in The Solar Cell Radiation Handbook, JPL Publication 82-69 and the GaAs Solar Cell Radiation Handbook JPL Publication 96-9.

The program requires solar cell "damage coefficients" to compute the Equivalent 1 MeV Electrons and has these built in for several multi-junction solar cells, dual junction cells, and single junction gallium arsenide and silicon solar cells.

The program requires a computer with a Windows Operating System augmented by Microsoft .Net Framework.


EQFlux Project Goals

The goal of the computer program is to make the computation of Equivalent 1 MeV Electrons easier and more accurate.

Functional Goals

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Evolvability Goals

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Usability Goals

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Software Packages

This software is released under the terms and conditions of the NASA Open Source Agreement (NOSA) Version 1.1 or later.

EQFlux Software Package
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