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Thank you, Vladimir! We think that there is a straightforward mapping for TID (energy dep) and volume fluxes/currents, but I am struggling with a surface current. GRAS has examples of mesh tallies calculating flat surface current/flux (under tests/mesh_scoring), but it produces zeros (I had to comment out the line setting up the units as GRAS crashed for me there). Another user (copied) gets this message: [GRASAnalysisModule::SetUnit] ERROR: No conversion factor available for unit: mm [GRASAnalysisModule::SetUnit] WARNING: Keeping unit: Looks like Sergio Ibarmia Huete developed these scorings (flat surface/flux) and I hope to get in contact with him. If you happen to know his email, could you share with me off list? Best, Svetlana On 7/4/18 6:04 AM, Vladimir Ivanchenko wrote: > *** Discussion title: Space Applications > > Hello, > > unfortunately, majority of Geant4 peoples never run MCMP. Comparisons > between these two tools usually were performed by independent users. > GRAS is an application built on top of Geant4, it includes analysis > modules which are needed for space application. There were no attempt > reproduce MCMP analysis. > > VI > > ------------------------------------------------------------- > Visit this GEANT4 at hypernews.slac.stanford.edu message (to reply or unsubscribe) at: > http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/space_app/136/1.html > [ MIME part of type text/html without a name stripped ]