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I am using G4 to calculate the proton induced single event upset. The energy and angular distribution of fragment which generated by p + Si reaction is critical in my application.
Now I am using binary cascade model. The proton energy is about 150MeV, the pre-equilibrium reaction should be most important here.
My question is: Does G4 binary cascade model predict the energy spectrum and angular distribution of nucleus fragment well? Is there any compare with experiment data exist?
Another method I'd like to try is get fragment energy spectrum by Talys code and angular distribution from Kalbach Systematics. However, Kalbach formula only focus on light emit particles. I wonder if this formula can be used on recoils. And the translation from CM to LAB is a problem since Q value is not known.
So another question is: Does any one know if Kalbach Systematics applicable to fragment? And how to do CM to LAB transformation?