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Thanks a lot for leading me. I did your suggestion and I runned successfully the code. Now, I have other questions. 1- If you runned the code with n_particle=10000 at PrimaryGeneratorAction.cc file and the command /run/beamOn 1 at run.mac file, the absorbed dose in all tallies would be equal to zero!? Then, if you run again the code with n_particle=1 and the command /run/beamOn 10000, the absorbed dose in all tallies will take correctly values. Why??? 2- How can I restrict the momentum of primary particles within a solid angle about x-axis or a cone? In other words, how can I restrict the emission of primary particles into a diverging channel in similar to a collimator? 3- I don't know how I define photons or electrons that their energy spectrum follows specific distribution (for example Gaussian distribution). 4- How can I provide or define a mathematical phantom of human? 5- How can I take the ratio of absorbed dose in each tally divided by the absorbed dose in a specific tally? Sincerely yours, Shahrokh.
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