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Forum: Physics List
Date: 11 May, 2006
From: Dmitry Naumov <naumov@nusun.jinr.ru>

Dear Geant4 team,

I have the following question if possible. I need to simulate interactions of protons and nuclei inside a space based detector consisting of stintillators, heavy target, silicon pad etc at energies of about 100 GeV-100 TeV. For this specific problem I guess I have to use a dedicated Physics List. I take as an example the following list http://www.slac.stanford.edu/comp/physics/geant4/slac_physics_lists/ilc/ which looks reasonable for this. However what happens is that 100 TeV protons sometimes creates 60 TeV Lambda (or anti-proton or so ) for which there is no model and the executation fails. Is there a coherent way to use models which cover all the products of the reaction? Any help will be welcome! I also tried some geant4 examples and always found the same problem. Best regards, Dmitry

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