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> 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?
and the examples in:
in particular, to start with, OpNovice (previously, /examples/novice/N06).
Unfortunately, for a G4 novice, devising a beam-splitter is more complicated.
> what about intensity. how to set source intensity in part 2.I mean how > can I obtain the intensity in part 1.
G4 has no concept of 'intensity'. You specify the number of simulation histories, with beamOn, and the program simply executes them. You adjust the number of histories you want to simulate from:
Intensity = # beamOn/time-interval
Your Part I, beamOn, corresponds to some time-interval that only you know. The number of optical photons generated by those P1 beamOn #, become the P2 beamOn # and thus correspond to the same time-interval.
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