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I am working on speeding up high precision neutron simulations with low energy (<20MeV). I was suggested by an expert to use G4LEND* models to replace the G4NeutronHP* models (using 10.2p2 version). My compiling is fine, however, the program stopped with the following debugging message (after going through couples of tracks):
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. G4GIDI_target::getOthersFinalState (this=this@entry=0x0, e_in=e_in@entry=5.0057437005900738, temperature=temperature@entry=293.14999999999998, rng=rng@entry= 0x2aaab0081780 <MyRNG(void*)>, rngState=rngState@entry=0x0) at /geant4.10.2/geant4.10.02.p02/source/processes/hadronic/models/lend/src/G4GIDI_target.cc:387 387 return( getFinalState( nOthersIndices, othersIndices, e_in, temperature, rng, rngState ) );
My physical list is
for your reference. Since no comprehensive reference about G4LEND* can be found, I may make some mistakes in the physics list. One thing that I suspect is that I didn't use process->AddDataset(***). However, I did set the G4LENDDATA variable... Any idea about the segmentation fault above? Thanks.
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