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On Tue, 12 Feb 2013 08:43:02 GMT, Vladimir Ivanchenko wrote:
> Hello, > > PreCompound model is used by the Binary cascade for simulation of light > ions and neutron emission at pre-equilibrium stage of the cascade code. > It is used by the BinaryCascade or BertiniCascade but not assumed to be > used as a cascade generator itself (even if it has the same interface > allowing to do so). LEParameterized models cannot provide any reasonable > result on event by event base. > > Also it is known that the Bertini cascade is very approximate at low > energies. > > So, the main choice is the Binary cascade. You also need to be careful > what cross section of inelastic interaction is used. Physics List to > choose may be QGSP_BIC, FTFP_BIC, QBBC. > > Alternative cascades may have better accuracy for bit higher energies > are QMD and INCL++, which in the recent release available with Shielding > and QGSP_INCLXX Physics Lists. > > VI >
example Hadr03, with QBBC physicsConstructor and macro below. log file in attachement. # /testhadr/det/setIsotopeMat Be9 4 9 1.85 g/cm3 /testhadr/det/setSize 100 m # /run/initialize # /gun/particle proton /gun/energy 10 MeV # /process/list /process/inactivate hadElastic # /run/beamOn 100000