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Re: Question bug in HP for gammas? (Zoltan Elekes)
Re: Feedback Re: bug in HP for gammas? (Malachi Schram)
Date: 16 Jul, 2012
From: Koi, Tatsumi <Koi, Tatsumi>

> 1) Why are there 2 extra gammas? I don't see any possible decay chains
> (still looking)
> 2) Why was the excited state gamma scaled to conserve energy?
>    The energy of the excited state gammas should never be changed.
>    It would have been better to scale the proton

This is a kind of model decision. We prefer to establish conservation by emitting artifical gamma or adjusting secondary particles (not only for gamma) and at the stage, we do not know a gamma is an emission of characteristic or continues. You may set an environment variable of “G4NEUTRONHP_DO_NOT_ADJUST_FINAL_STATE”, under this, some efforts for the establishment are skipped and you may have better characteristic gammas.

Tatsumi

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1 Feedback: Re: bug in HP for gammas?   (Malachi Schram - 17 Jul, 2012)
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1 Question: Re: bug in HP for gammas?   (Mikhail - 23 Jul, 2012)
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