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On Tue, 18 Dec 2012 19:26:41 GMT, michel maire wrote:
> On Tue, 18 Dec 2012 17:49:53 GMT, Dennis H. Wright wrote: > > The only model that might work would be INCL++. However at these low > > energies there is no guarantee. > > In PhysicsList, I used : > RegisterPhysics( new HadronPhysicsQGSP_INCLXX(verb)); > > Result is in attachement > - It seems that INCL is not registered for deuteron. Only binary cascade ?
The full QGSP_INCLXX physics list (physics_lists/lists/include/QGSP_INCLXX.icc) has a separate G4IonINCLXXPhysics builder which handles light ions (up to alpha). If you're building your own physics list, you probably want to add that builder as well.
> - The only reaction is production of He5
You might consider adding G4RadioactiveDecayPhysics to your physics list. He-5 is shortlived (7E-22 s), and in real life decays by neutron emission to alpha. It does have an entry in the $G4RADIOACTIVEDATA area. If you're seeing He-5 as a "stable" generic ion, that may mean that there's no process available to do anything with it.
-- Michael Kelsey
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