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On Tue, 12 Feb 2019 17:06:19 GMT, modest24 wrote:
> Dear Colleagues, > > I did a test run using Hadr03 for thermal neutron with energy of 25 meV > incident on B-10. The observed spectrum from the reaction is "cleaner" > than I expected, with sharp peaks representing the secondary emissions. > In practice, one expect an "energy continuum" at lower energies due to > backscatter and other secondary reactions. > > 1). What is the good way to run this simulation to ensure that one sees > the energy distribution at energies below that of the reaction product? > > 2). I am thinking about introducing more layers in the geometry but this > example does not use any sensitive volume, is there a way to have more > than two layers and collect the energy spectrum in both layers? > > 3). Can the spectrum from alpha and gamma and reaction nuclei be > combine? >
As explained in readme, Hadr03 is only a survey of first nuclear interaction in an infinite medium. The products of this reaction are not tracked. Hadr04 is dedicated to the survey of thermal neutron elastic scattering. There are no other physics components.
For a realistic simulation, you may start with Hadr07 (or Hadr06, NeutronSource, Hadr01, Hadr02)
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