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Dear Axanka, As Pablo already specified, you must increase the energy range of the models, in order to simulate proton transport with higher energies. I would just like to remind users that not all models in the hadrontherapy example are applicable to particle energies as high as 250 MeV. For example, the Precompound model covers the energy range until 170 MeV (for details see the physics reference manual). In case you use the Precompound model, you must activate an additional physics model to define the inelastic physics for the entire energy range. Best regards, Anton Lechner
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