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On Wed, 23 Sep 2015 11:50:56 GMT, Michael Milde wrote:
> > I want to simulate the response of my detector in the anisotropic flux > of trapped protons in the South Atlantic Anomaly. The angular
Make a series of runs with a parallel beam at various directions to the detector. This will give you a directional response function which you can then fold with the SPENVIS directional spectrum to determine the counts to be expected.
If you simulate the actual environment with a specific anisotropic particle source, then your results are not valid for a different anisotropic environment. If you build the directional response function, e.g. RF(E, theta, phi), for the instrument then you can test it against numerous anisotropic environments (and isotropic).
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