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User Hongyu Jiang wrote:
>> Hello, >> >> I am trying to understand the G4eBremsstrahlung class ( for electron/ >> positron bremsstrahlung). However, I found the source code did not match >> the introduction in the physics reference manual at all(section 7.2 in >> the latest manual). The algorithms to calculate cross section and energy >> loss are completely different. I am wondering whether there is an >> uptodate reference. Acturally, I have been studying the physics in >> GEANT4 for quite some time. Many parts in the physics reference manual >> is too old and misleading, and I have wasted a lot of time. It is really >> frustrating. >> >> Thanks. >> >> Hongyu
We cannot accept this statement. As Vladimir said, it one of our top priorities to keep the Physics reference Manual up to date in phase with the code; we spend a non negligable time on this.
Concerning eBrems, it is quite stable since a long time, as it can be seen from the short history note located at the top of the classes G4eBremsstrahlung and G4eBremsstrahlungModel, and in the 'document status' in the Physics Reference Manual.
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