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> I found the command set ForcedInteraction, but seems to have no effect > and no proper documentation. Hi, the command should work. Can you try it in one of the extended/electromagnetic examples, e.g. TestEm11? It looks like it is only documented in the command line help however. Command /process/em/setForcedInteraction Guidance : Set factor for the process cross section. procNam : process name regNam : region name tlength : fixed target length tflag : flag to change weight > Would this be the correct command the increase the cross-section in a > specific volume and where can I find more information about > setForcedInteraction? It doesn't actually increase the cross-section. Rather it forces the particular interaction to occur in a distance tlength. I don't know what the effect on the electron spectrum (and hence photon spectrum) is. I'd suggest posting to the Electromagnetic processes forum where you might get a better response. > At the moment I am using the command: setBiasingFactor eBrem 1000 1000 > to boost the bremsstrahlung cross-section, but this only works globaly. You could divide the simulation up, such that the water is global. -- Daren.