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Thanks. The simulation is a part of D-D fusion, a novel High Flux Neutron Generator under construction. The target is inside a high vacuum ~10^-5 torr and I think if I choose the production threshold accordingly, electron ionization would be reduced. So far, simulation of residual gas ionization shows it is very small. So, switching of electron ionization might not affect the result.
I will post it in any of the forum. You saved me much hassle. Many thanks. On Fri, 27 Feb 2015 20:28:17 GMT, Daren Sawkey wrote:
> Yes, that's the reason for the cut in the first place. > > Many of the electrons are produced by electron ionization, rather than > proton. If you turn off electron ionization the code runs much faster > (although with dubious physics): /process/inactivate eIoni > > The DNA physics group is interested in this type of interaction, > although maybe not Ti. You could try that forum. Also try hadronics > forum. >
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