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Date: 24 Apr, 2017
From: Jan Weidner <Jan Weidner>

Hi,

# Background:

I would like to do a simple simulation, where a co60 source radiates a box of water. My problem is defining the co60 source. I want to have a divergent beam that is 10cm x 10m wide 1m away from the focus position. The intensity of the beam should not depend on the direction (except that direction that don't aim at the 10cm x 10cm should have zero intensity of course). Also the beam energy should be distributed as the co60 spectrum. Right now I accomplish both of these by manually implementing methods to sample directions to get a 10cm x 10cm field and co60 like energy spectrum. I guess there is a better way to do this?

# Questions:

* How to produce the co60 spectrum?
* How to produce a uniform rectangular beam of given size?

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