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Hi, Not sure if you figured this out, but my guess to detect specifically the neutrons would be: /gras/analysis/fluence/addModule "Module_Name" /gras/analysis/fluence/Module_Name/addVolumeInterface Vol1 Vol2 /gras/analysis/fluence/Module_Name/insertParticle neutron /gras/analysis/fluence/Module_Name/initialise Also, I would add a hadronic physics library, like FTFP_BERT (I usually use em_standard_opt3 + FTFP_BERT in my simulations). Hope it helps. Regards, Leonardo.