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I'm having simulations on GRAS for a space system and I'm applying the RMC method. I'm a little confused about the results. I ask the simulation to calculate the total on a given device of my system:
Then I get two different histograms:
TID Dose TID total dose vs primary kine
Summing the results of the second histogram, I should get the same value of dose as the first one, right? But they are very different. At the same time, the dose value of the first histogram gives extremely high numbers. Am I missing something here?
Thanks in advance.