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On Mon, 21 Mar 2011 10:15:16 GMT, Daniel Matthi� wrote:
> Dear Michel, > I am using a voxel phantom based on G4PhantomParameterisation with voxel > sizes 1x1x2.5 mm with three types of materials: soft tissue (defined by > myself), lung tissue (defined by myself) and bones (G4_B-100_BONE). > However, I found out that the problem also occurs if I am using only H2O > to fill the phantom. The source is a gps multisource which I attached to > this message. > If I use a simple box to calculate the dose I do not see any difference > in the dose between G4.9.4.p01 and G4.9.3.p02 regardless of if I use > water or soft tissue as target material. > So it seems to me that the problem is the voxel phantom implementation. > Daniel >
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