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Re: Question Untitled
Date: 16 Oct, 2002
From: Vladimir Ivanchenko <Vladimir Ivanchenko>

On Wed, 16 Oct 2002 frederic.juget@unine.ch wrote:

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> I am trying to produce neutrinos interactions in lead. As the neutrino
> cross section is very low, I have to generate a huge number of neutrinos
> before having one interaction, and of course it takes a long time to
> have enough events. Is it possible to put the cross section to "1" or
> how to do to have some neutrinos interactions without sending to much
> neutrinos.
> 
> Thanks
> 

Yes, it is possible. Several solutions exist. One is to create your own
process which will be responsible for both cross section calculation and
generation of secondaries.

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