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On Thu, 29 Oct 2015 09:20:45 GMT, John Allison wrote:
> This is a compilation error in your main program, perhaps a missing > semi-colon, or something. > > But anyway, a builder is not a physics list. Why don't you use a > Reference Physics List or even the Physics List Factory as described in > the Application Developers Guide, Section 6.1.2. Physics Lists. >
Thank you for your reply. Lets start over. Originally I started with the physics list in attachment 1. The results obtained from this produced a build up of dose at the tail end of my bragg peak compared to FLUKA as shown in attachment 2.
For a spread out bragg peak, this extra dose accumulates and becomes quite significantly discrepant from FLUKA and deforms my SOBP completely. Therefore, I am now attempting to reduce/understand the extra entrance dose.
I have used QGSP_BERT_HP and QGSP_BIC_HP, they are supposed to be more suited for lower energies/medical applications but results from those have been worse than Attachment2, as shown in Attachment 3.
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