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Your comments was very useful for me. nearly I was sure that cant simulate this problem with geant4 and I was searching for an alternative to it! I am working with geant4 for just a few month and your explanations is to weird to me! Now that I am sure that geant4 can satisfying all my need, can you please introduce some elementary references or examples for beginning the optical part of my work?
On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 23:51:34 GMT, Gumplinger Peter wrote:
> OK, that works too. You do your simulation in two parts. Once you have > your spectrum and intensity, you simulate just the optics, from > previously defined source. >
what about intensity. how to set source intensity in part 2.I mean how can I obtain the intensity in part 1.
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