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Question 40 MeV Proton on 1um Silicon 

Forum: Physics List
Date: 17 Nov, 2015
From: <jeonyboy@gmail.com>

Hello,

I am relatively new programmer trying to simulated 40 MeV proton beam on square box with length of 1 um made up of silicon.

I am trying to get following informations:

1. Total energy deposited 2. All secondary particles produced and their energies

I have been using the Hadr06 example code from Extended examples with modified detectormessenger file and QGSP_BIC physics instead of the one used inside the example.

My question is, when I simulate at length of 1mm for example, I get secondary particles produced such as alpha, proton, gamma, and other elements but at 1 um length I seem to get no secondary particles produced which doesn't seem right.

I think the reason is maybe change cut range but I am not sure if it and how to go about it.

Any help or input would be great. Thank you.

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1 Idea: Re: 40 MeV Proton on 1um Silicon   (Vladimir Ivanchenko - 06 Dec, 2015)
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