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On Thu, 08 Jan 2015 04:07:09 GMT, Shivang Tripathi wrote:
> ThaOn Wed, 07 Jan 2015 18:31:26 GMT, Michael H. Kelsey wrote: > > > On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 09:38:51 GMT, Shivang Tripathi wrote: > > > > > hiii all, i want to simulate neutron detector. I have to use a radiator > > > like polyethylene to get recoil protons. This recoil proton I have to > > > detect. I am a beginner in Geant4 world. So I would like to know how to > > > proceed? how can I get the flux, efficiency of detector. Any help will > > > be appreciable.. > > > > Start with basic example B1 (in the examples/basic/exampleB1 directory > > under your Geant4 installation). Build and run it as is, first, to see > > how it works, then you can modify the geometry and the scoring to record > > what you are interested in. > > > > Thank you Michael, > > I started running examples, modified them and trying to understand them. > I wanted to know how this scoring is being done and how to analyse the > histograms. Sorry, if question is silly but I am not able to figure it > out. > > Thanks & Regards
examples: basic/B4 extended/hadronic/Hadr06 (maybe also Hadr04)
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