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Re: None neutron energy gain with Hadronelastic process (glinec)
Re: None Re: neutron energy gain with Hadronelastic process (Koi, Tatsumi)
Date: 10 Jan, 2008
From: glinec <glinec>

Hi,

Thanks a lot for the answer.

I also note that even if the neutron kinetic energy increases, the total energy deposition (edep) is set to 0 (threshold). Since energy is taken from the medium, shouldn'd the energy deposition be negative ? Else energy kinetic is created without counterpart. The answer is probably a lack of knowledge from my side on the assumptions of the models.

Regards Yannick

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