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Hello ,everyone! I'm sorry for my poor English first! I'm studying neutron interract with Si in a small geometry,the cross section of hadronic interaction are too small.It cost me too much time . I want to use "hadronic cross section biasing",but it just used for gamma and eletron. Is there anybody who has enhanced the cross section of hadronic interaction ? I'm appreciated for your help! A part of my codes are showed bellow: G4ProcessManager* pmanager = G4Neutron::Neutron()->GetProcessManager();
// add process G4HadronElasticProcess* thenElasticProcess = new G4HadronElasticProcess(); thenElasticProcess->AddDataSet(new G4HadronElasticDataSet);
G4LElastic* thenElasticModel = new G4LElastic(); thenElasticModel->SetMinEnergy(20.*MeV); G4NeutronHPElastic* theNeutronHPElasticModel= new G4NeutronHPElastic(); theNeutronHPElasticModel ->SetMaxEnergy(20.*MeV); thenElasticProcess->RegisterMe(thenElasticModel); thenElasticProcess->RegisterMe(theNeutronHPElasticModel);