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Dear GEANT4 users,
During a simulation, I want to compare these three models : QGSP_BERT_HP, QGSP_BIC_HP and QGSP_INCLXX_HP.
My simulation data are the following :
- Geant4.10.01 version - Cylindric target in graphite (L = 30cm; Radius = 16.55 cm) - 230 MeV proton beam - Physics : QGSP_BERT_HP, QGSP_BIC_HP and QGSP_INCLXX_HP
I look the energy of the emitted neutron and I obtain the figure below.
I'am a bit disappointed because as you can see, QGSP_INCLXX_HP doesn't emit neutron below 1e-6 MeV.
I was wondering if the neutron HP model is correctly implemented in GEANT4 or if the problem comes from elsewhere.
Thank you in advance