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User Giles Reid wrote:
>> I am trying to simulate monopoles travelling through a large volume, and >> I have found that at high energy the number of secondaries produced >> consumes all of my memory. I want to be able to kill the secondaries >> straight away, since I'm only interested in the total energy loss, not >> what happens to each secondary.
How these secondaries are produced ? Is it standard ionization and brems ? If so, put a high production threshold (cut), say 1 km, to prevent any production of secondaries. Instead, they are automatically accounted as local energy deposition, and your physics results are correct.
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