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I recently found my Geant4.9.2.p02 bailed out with G4EnergyRangeManager() reporting an overlapping model error after I included the inelastic model for pi- in my project. I examined the code and discovered that low energy inelastic model for pi- is initialized from 0 to 55 GeV and high energy parameterized model (GEISHA) is starting from 45 GeV up to 10 TeV. This might be a problem if I'd like to use both of them. Or is it?
I may suggest to raise the min energy for HE Inelastic to 55 GeV. Same thing for pi+ and some other hadrons.
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