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Re: None Problem of two peaks in the bragg peak (Honghuan Liu)
Re: None Re: Problem of two peaks in the bragg peak (michel maire)
Date: 10 Feb, 2013
From: Honghuan Liu <Honghuan Liu>

Dear michel,

Thank you for your response. Using this example TestEM11, There is no double peak problem, but this example is not designed for medical use, so the bragg peak curve is far away from the experimental result. Please see the experimental result: http://www.rptc.de/fileadmin/user_upload/rptc/images/Inhalt/Abbildungen_MB_Februar_10__fig6_engl.jpg

The physicslist does not contain hadronic process QGSP_BIC, so it does not match experimental result. It can not used for simulation of proton. Can you try the hadrontherapy example? Which is designed for proton beam. Appreciate for your time. Thanks,

Best wishes,

Honghuan

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