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I am having ~30 keV protons thru a thin 1e-4mm metalic foil and I would like to simulate the secondary electron emission from the surface. I have a semi-empirical formula that gives me the yield of the SE electrons and I would like to implement it in G4UserSteppingAction.
OK - I know that there is a proper and elegant way to do it, but I am sort of pressed for time ;8-( (Create a new G4 process?)
Is it possible for a user to create additional secondaries in G4UserSteppingAction? If so, what is the proper way? I was not able to find any examples ... (I vagely remember I was doing it in GEANT3 and that was easy)
My backup option is really lame - in the first pass write out a text file with the proton position/momentum in front of the foil and figure of number of additional secondaries after proton passes thru the foil and in the second pass read the kinematic from that text file and treat all particles as primaries. I know, I will not get any programming award for that solution ....