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we have just developed a version that is able to retrieve dose/fluence for every produced particle into the voxellized hadrontherapy detector.
If you want to score only O15 isotope position & number, regardless by which reaction take place, we can provide this code to you.
As for the question about the goodness of protontherapy.mac macro in order to produce such reaction, which hadrontherapy version are you using?
Best Regards, Enrico Mazzaglia
On Tue, 02 Feb 2010 12:08:34 GMT, elnaz yazd wrote:
> Dear all > > I am studying hadrontherapy simulation with geant4. I would be > appreciative if you kindly answer to my question : > > How can I score the position and number of O15 in detector generated by > the following interaction > > O16+p---> O15 + p + n > > Does this interaction take place by executing the code with > protontherpy.mac or should I add some excess command to the code?. > > Thanks a lot for your consideration. > > Regards, > > E. Yazdani >