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On Sat, 28 Aug 2010 18:38:16 GMT, Vladimir Ivanchenko wrote: > Hello, > > It is not possible to use hadronic builders (where processes already > assiged to particles) and add extra processes - it will be double > counting of hadronic interactions. So, one or another method should be > used and not both.
Really? If there are double counts happening I expect to see numerous identical values from my output, but I didn't see any repetition of energy values even after more than 4e7 beamOns(I detect neutrons only).
I can differentiate the original physics processes because particles from QGSP_BIC_HP has creator process named "dInelastic", whereas particles from the explicitly added G4LEDeuteronInelastic has creator process named "DeuteronInelastic".