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Re: None TestEm5 neutron elastic scattering (sauvestre)
Date: 06 Mar, 2007
From: Vladimir IVANTCHENKO <>

On Tue, 6 Mar 2007, sauvestre wrote:

> *** Discussion title: Documentation and Examples
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> i am using TestEm5 as a basis to simulate neutrons impinging a teflon
> box at 14 MeV incident energy.If i run neutron.mac then the energy
> spectra of both the recoils and the diffused neutron enhance
> discontinuities at low energies( i.e between 0.1 and 0.5 MeV ).This is
> no more true if HPNeutronElastic Process is included instead of standard
> Elastic process. Is there any physical reasons or explanations for such
> anomalies?Thanks in advance for an answer.

Sorry, but TestEm5 is not a good example to test neutron scattering, 
because it is focused on electromagnetic processes and there are no 
necessary components for neutron physics. Try to look into 


At least, HP physics is there.


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