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I am trying to simulate gamma transfer through water and bone, attached snapshots of the simulation geometrical setup: blue and white boxes are water and bone. Gray panels are x-ray detectors.
As seen in snapshot 2 (attached), when generating 100 gamma particles the majority are back-scattered away from the detectors. Clearly a biasing technique should be implemented.
Any suggestion or example on how to force these rare events? I read the documentation and the most relevant solution I found was using force-flight, however, I could not find any examples that implement it.
Any advise would be very appreciated as I am new to this tool.
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