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If you want to simulate a 12 MeV photon beam you have to change the flattening filter geometry. The default flattening filter is suitable for a 6 MeV photon beam. Remember that medlinac2 is based on the description of a linear accelerator, but it is not a real accelerator. On Wed, 29 Jun 2011 00:47:06 GMT, Galileo Munoz wrote:
> If I want to simulate a 12 MeV photon beam within medlinac example, > Should I change the flattening filter geometry? I think that the defaul > flattening filter is only suitable for 6 MeV photon beam. Right?? >