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On Wed, 31 Aug 2016 08:10:28 GMT, jeonyboy wrote:
> Hello geant4 users. > > I am not sure if this is the appropriate forum but I have a question > about getting the fluence (particles/cm^2). > > I am attempting to find the Single Event Upset Cross Section which is # > of upsets/Fluence. > > If I simulate for example 1000 proton beams on a 100 um^3 silicon box, > what would the fluence be? I am using Hadr06 example to shoot the beam > at the middle of the silicon box. > > Thanks! >
I have not yet double check the following, but I think it is correct :
1- Instead of a box, take a sphere or radius R 2- Imagine a cylinder of length R and of volume equal to the sphere. I would take the section of this cylinder to compute the fluence.
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