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Do you know why F01 data include some inelastic channels? For example C12 has it=91 which corresponds to C12->n+3*alpha breakup channel (deduced from Q-value). Do you know how to avoid these non (n,n') channels in G4NeutronHPInelasticCompFS?
On Fri, 04 Sep 2015 19:01:52 GMT, Artem Zontikov wrote:
> F01 data do have de-excitation mode information, which is represented by > LR flags indicating type of reaction - simple (LR=0), complex or breakup > (LR>=1). But ENDF-6 format handles reactions with LR>1 in the same way > as reactions with LR=0 i.e. producing only photons. I do not know if > anyone has ever encountered data with LR=1. There have been some efforts > recently, but it seems nothing new was implemented: > http://indico.cern.ch/event/319884/session/0/contribution/1/attachments/616393/848184/EMendoza_G4Meeting_SlacJul2014_BreakUp.pdf >
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