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On Fri, 01 Mar 2019 16:06:41 GMT, Stefania stucci wrote:
> Hi, i am working on a simulation with a simple box (20 um) of GaN. I am > interested in identify secondaries generated by spallation (to study > SEU). I am using the Bertini Cascade physics list. I am not sure what to > look for in the SteppingAction class, i.e: what should be the process to > identify? And how? I dind't find any example useful for this.
You'll be looking for "hadronic inelastic" interactions. Spallation in G4 isn't a separate process, but just one of the outcomes of a hadron hitting a nucleus. You can further narrow down what happened by looking at the secondaries, e.g., are they just neutrons, plus maybe some relaxation X-rays?
-- Michael Kelsey
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