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Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Re: Question G4PSDoseDeposit and G4PSEnergyDeposit classes (Nesin Menduev)
Re: None RE: G4PSDoseDeposit and G4PSEnergyDeposit classes (Makoto Asai)
Re: More Re: RE: G4PSDoseDeposit and G4PSEnergyDeposit classes (Nesin Menduev)
Date: 22 Jan, 2010
From: Makoto Asai <Makoto Asai>

> So the data dumped to my file like A=3Dxx.xxe-26 is in Gray (bacause
unit
> def is Gray) and to convert to any other I will use conversion
> ratio.For

Not really. To get the value in Gray, you should divide
the value by "gray".

 your_value_in_gray =3D raw_value / gray;



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nesin Menduev [mailto:nesin.menduev@nsd-fusion.com]
> Sent: Friday, January 22, 2010 5:49 AM
> To: biasing_scoring-g4hn
> Subject: Re: RE: G4PSDoseDeposit and G4PSEnergyDeposit classes
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> *** Discussion title: Biasing and Scoring
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> Thanks for information given and support . What I understand is : from
> SystemOfUnits.H
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> // Absorbed dose [L^2][T^-2]
>   //
>   static const double      gray =3D joule/kilogram ;
>   static const double  kilogray =3D 1.e+3*gray;
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> So the data dumped to my file like A=3Dxx.xxe-26 is in Gray (bacause
unit
> def is Gray) and to convert to any other I will use conversion
> ratio.For
> example to MeV/kg xx.xxe-26 must be multiplied by 1.64150 e+12 . If So
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> why you mention to divide to gray again.May be I misunderstood.
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