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Re: Question Is there any Hadronic Processes (Scarlett)
Date: 20 May, 2013
From: Dennis H. Wright <Dennis H. Wright>

This looks fine as far as EM physics goes. In your energy range you will likely need a hadronic physics process for ions.

You can define a hadronic inelastic process as follows:

G4HadronInelasticProcess* ionInelasticProcess = new
  G4HadronInelasticProcess("IonInelasticProcess", G4GenericIon::GenericIon());

ionInelasticProcess->RegisterMe(binaryCascade); ionInelasticProcess->RegisterMe(qmd); ionInelasticProcess->AddDataSet(shenXS); ionInelasticProcess->AddDataSet(tripXS); ionInelasticProcess->AddDataSet(tripLightXS);

where binaryCascade and qmd are, respectively, the low energy and high energy ion hadronic models. They can be defined as follows:

binaryCascade = new G4BinaryLightIonReaction; binaryCascade->SetMinEnergy(0.0); binaryCascade->SetMaxEnergy(110*MeV);

qmd = new G4QMDReaction; qmd->SetMinEnergy(100*MeV); qmd->SetMaxEnergy(10*GeV);

The data sets are the hadronic ion-ion cross sections:

G4IonsShenCrossSection* shenXS = new G4IonsShenCrossSection; G4TripathiCrossSection* tripXS = new G4TripathiCrossSection; G4TripathiLightCrossSection* tripLightXS = new G4TripathiLightCrossSection;

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