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On Wed, 30 Apr 2014 11:33:07 GMT, Sarah wrote:
> Hi everyone, > > I am running a simple simulation with protons incident on a box of > water, I have been using GetTotalEnergyDeposit in my stepping action and > then passing this onto my event and runaction files. However when I have > converted this energy value into dose using volume and density the plot > I get doesn't look anything like a Bragg peak. I was hoping someone > could direct me to where I am going wrong or a better way to do this. > > Many thanks, > > Sarah >
Did you look at TestEm11 or 12 : histos 1 and 8 ? Or TestEm7 ?
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