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Question difference in outputs of example Hadr02 

Forum: Hadronic Processes
Date: 15 Apr, 2012
From: Summit <Summit>

Hello G4Users,

I am using Geant4.9.5p01. I have run example Hadr02. In the run, I have used QGSP_BIC physics list. The output I have got is much different from the output file provided in example as hadr02.out renamed as hadr02_out.txt.

I have attached the output file generated by me and provided in example Hadr02.

   Attachment:
      http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2012/04/15/23.06-42366-hadr02_out.txt
      http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2012/04/15/23.04-49530-try1.txt

In the output file provided in example, output is:

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Beam particle S32[0.0]

Beam Energy(GeV) 200

Number of events 100

Average energy deposit (GeV) 208.4 RMS(GeV) 119.4

Average number of steps 35.62

Average number of gamma 3

Average number of e- 0

Average number of e+ 0

Average number of neutrons 7.54

Average number of protons 7.7

Average number of antiprotons 0

Average number of pi+ & pi- 4.67

Average number of pi0 2.26

Average number of kaons 0.03

Average number of muons 0

Average number of deuterons+tritons 1.11

Average number of He3+alpha 1.29

Average number of ions 1.44

========================================================

but I have got output

========================================================

Beam particle S32[0.0]

Beam Energy(GeV) 200

Number of events 100

Average energy deposit (GeV) 351.7 RMS(GeV) 196.6

Average number of steps 59.04

Average number of gamma 0.44

Average number of e- 0

Average number of e+ 0

Average number of neutrons 13.75

Average number of protons 14

Average number of antiprotons 0

Average number of pi+ & pi- 2.12

Average number of pi0 0.91

Average number of kaons 0.08

Average number of muons 0

Average number of deuterons+tritons 0.8

Average number of He3+alpha 0.8

Average number of ions 0.54

========================================================

For same physics and same number of runs, there is much difference n number of particles generation.

Can anyone explain me something, so that I can sort out my problem???

Thanks, regards,

Summit

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