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I was able to use G4TENDL database to simulate a nuclear reactions with Geant4.10.4. However, I am interested in energies lower than 1 MeV. In order to extend to lower energies, I was trying to understand the format of the G4TENDL files after I unzipped them. There are some parts I can decipher but a description would be necessary to make a step further. I was searching for some information on the internet but I could not find anything. Is the format of G4TENDL files a secret? Is there someone who could help me to extend the database to lower energies?
Thanks a lot, Zoltan