DOWNLOAD CURRENT VERSION OF SIMNRA 7.0
Current version: SIMNRA 7.01, October 2017
SIMNRA is a Windows 7/8/10 program for the computer simulation of ion beam analysis methods using MeV ions.
SIMNRA can be downloaded with the cross-section calculator SigmaCalc (recommended), or without SigmaCalc. SigmaCalc has been developed by A. Gurbich and allows calculating cross-section data for non-Rutherford scattering and nuclear reactions. See the SigmaCalc page for more information. See Pricing for information about the price of SigmaCalc.
By installation of SIMNRA you agree to the product license agreement.
SIMNRA System requirements and Installation.
Please send a mail to Matej.Mayer@ipp.mpg.de if you download this software.
SIMNRA 64-bit versions
On 64-bit Windows systems the 64-bit version of SIMNRA is recommended.
Download SIMNRA 7.01 64-bit with SigmaCalc.
Download SIMNRA 7.01 64-bit without SigmaCalc.
SIMNRA 32-bit versions
The 32-bit version of SIMNRA can be used on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows systems. On 64-bit Windows systems the 64-bit version of SIMNRA is recommended.
Download SIMNRA 7.01 32-bit with SigmaCalc.
Download SIMNRA 7.01 32-bit without SigmaCalc.
- Improved registration: SIMNRA now can be registered for 'All users' (with administrator privileges) or for 'Current user'.
- Improved uninstall: If files cannot be deleted because they are being used (for example shell extensions), they are queued for deletion when the system is restarted.
- Differential cross-sections were incorrect if the total cross-section was given. This bug was introduced in version 7.0. Bug fixed.
Download older SIMNRA versions.
STRUCTNRA 32-bit and 64-bit versions
STRUCTNRA is a Windows 7/8/10 program for the computer simulation of ion beam analysis methods from arbitrary two-dimensional distributions of materials such as rough surfaces or multi-phase materials, see M. Mayer, Computer simulation of ion beam analysis of laterally inhomogeneous materials, Nucl. Instr. Meth. B 371 (2016) 90.
STRUCTNRA is available on request. Contact: Matej.Mayer@ipp.mpg.de.