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Thanks for the previous message.
Is there any suggestion for delayed neutron implementation?
I guess the complete implementation may require neutron decay data set for all possible fragments. But if we already have the delayed neutron spectrum and decay time for each event (photon-fission with U-235 only), can we insert delayed neutron somewhere in Geant4 simulation, like manually adding it into fission secondary list in fission model, radioactivedecay, or other possibilities?
Thanks a lot. Any suggestion is appreciated.
On Thu, 28 Jan 2016 02:13:16 GMT, Dennis H. Wright wrote:
> Currently radioactive decay does not produce neutrons from nuclear > fragments. This year we plan to complete work on neutron and proton > emission, but it is not ready yet. >