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Hello Vladimir and Michel,
Thanks for your reply. Maybe I was wrong, or I misunderstood some detailes in the source code or the manual. I still can not match the code to the manual.
For example, for calcuation of energy loss and cross section, the equations are presented as (7.20) and (7.21) in the physics reference manual. In my understanding, they are pretty much different from the implementations in G4eBremsstrahlung::ComputerBremLoss() and G4eBremsstrahlung::ComputeCrossSectionPerAtom(). According to the manual, in calculation of the F factor in (7.20) and (7.21), 100 coefficents are required (C1 to C100), and there are two variables X and Y (see (7.22)). However, in the code, only 11 coefficients are used (defined in coefloss[NZ][Nloss] and coefsig[NZ][Nsig], and only one variable xx = log10(T) is employed.
could you please clarify this to me?
Thanks a lot.
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