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Question scoring particles traversing a plane 

Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Date: Apr 23, 14:19
From: Balder <Balder>

Hi, I'm trying to score the energy of the particles when they traverse a plane. My geometry consists of a cube of water and I irradiate it using a proton beam. I'd like to score the energy of the electrons at a certain depth of the phantom but as my plane is not at a boundary, I'm not sure how to achieve that goal. I'd really appreciate any help about it. Regards.

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1 None: Re: scoring particles traversing a plane   (Tom Roberts - Apr 23, 15:26)
1 Agree: Re: scoring particles traversing a plane   (Balder - Apr 25, 09:48)
2 None: Re: scoring particles traversing a plane   (Makoto Asai - Apr 24, 14:22)
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