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Question Splitting of Compton and Rayleigh Scatter 

Keywords: Creating Tracks, Physics Biasing
Forum: Event and Track Management
Date: 19 May, 2006
From: Ioannis Sechopoulos <Ioannis Sechopoulos>

I need to introduce bias to the compton and rayleigh scatter processes of the low energy package. My idea was to use the G4WrapperProcess() to generate many "secondaries" after each compton and rayleigh scatter event. This is a problem since the scatter gamma are not considered secondaries but the primary travelling in a different direction and with different energy (Compton only). So if I use the BremSplittingProcess from the G4 Tutorial it doesn't have an effect. I figured that the only way to do this is that in the wrapper process to create many copies of the primary track and call PostStepDoIt for each and then have G4 follow each one of them. The problem is I have no idea how to go about: creating many copies of the same primary particle, and then having G4 follow them after submitting them to PostStepDoIt. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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1 None: Re: Splitting of Compton and Rayleigh Scatter   (Jane Tinslay - 22 May, 2006)
(_ Question: Re: Splitting of Compton and Rayleigh Scatter   (Ioannis Sechopoulos - 22 May, 2006)
(_ None: Re: Splitting of Compton and Rayleigh Scatter   (Jane Tinslay - 23 May, 2006)
(_ Ok: Re: Splitting of Compton and Rayleigh Scatter   (Ioannis Sechopoulos - 24 May, 2006)
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