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On Tue, 22 Apr 2014 20:24:17 GMT, Dennis H. Wright wrote:
> Bertini does not handle alphas as projectiles. In fact we are working on > a new alpha model much like the high precision neutron model, but it is > not ready yet. >
I'm also working on (alpha, n) reactions, but in O17 / O18. Will the new model include these? And is there any estimate when it might be ready?
(Currently, I added a new G4IonPhysics to my problem using JENDL reaction cross sections for low energies and replacing the BLIC model by a simple n-production routine. However it is in a preliminary state...)