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I've read through several posts loosely related to this question but couldn't find an answer.
Which model in geant4 would best model the correct n,g spectrum from neutron induced fission?
Below are the physics lists i've been using for a while now; any ideas whether QGSP_BERT_HP is the best for this type of simulations
SetVerboseLevel(ver); defaultCutValue = 0.001*MeV; SetVerboseLevel(ver);
// EM Physics RegisterPhysics( new G4EmStandardPhysics(ver));
// Synchroton Radiation & GN Physics RegisterPhysics( new G4EmExtraPhysics("extra EM"));
// Decays RegisterPhysics( new G4DecayPhysics("decay",ver) );
// Hadron Elastic scattering RegisterPhysics( new G4HadronElasticPhysics("elastic",ver,true));
// Hadron Physics G4bool quasiElastic; RegisterPhysics( new HadronPhysicsQGSP_BERT_HP("hadron",quasiElastic=true));
// Stopping Physics RegisterPhysics( new G4QStoppingPhysics("stopping"));
// Ion Physics RegisterPhysics( new G4IonPhysics("ion"));
// Optical Physics RegisterPhysics( new ExN01OpticalPhysics("optical"))
Optical physics is a self assembled physics list containing Cherenkov/scintillation etc unrelated to this problem.
Any help would be appreciated,
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