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Forum: Hadronic Processes
Date: 11 Jul, 2007
From: <me@marychin.org>

Hi.

I started 10 to 30 MeV protons in 14N and 18O using different proton inelastic scattering models: LEP, Bertini, Binary Cascade, Precompound, PrecompoundGEM, PrecompoundFermi and PrecompoundGEMFermi.

I looked at the secondaries found at every call to UserSteppingAction. I also looked at the energy of gammas and neutrons found this way.

Of the 7 models (listed above) I experimented with, 4 produced results which were distinctly different from each other. How should I judge which is corrent and which aren't?

Advice will be greatly appreciated, as I'm a newbie.

mary

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1 None: Re: different proton inelastic models   (Dennis H. Wright - 18 Jul, 2007)
(_ None: RE: different proton inelastic models   (M.Chin@surrey.ac.uk - 24 Jul, 2007)
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