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On Mon, 05 Jun 2017 19:18:32 GMT, Leyla wrote:
> Dear All, > > I am simulating the primary beam 132Sn with an energy of 20MeV/u hitting > on a deuteron target. But I do not see any scattered deuterons as > expected from an elastic scattering. I am using gas and solid deuteron > targets with various thicknesses. The beam goes through the target > without scattering deuterons and the beam does not stuck in the target. > I also varied the cut values. It did not help. > > I would like to ask you is it possible to implement the > G4HadronElasticPhysics into the QGSP_BIC? If yes, do you have any idea > why my simulation does not produce elastic scatterings? > > Cheers, Leila >
The relevant physics constructor is G4IonElasticPhysics(verb) Unfortunately, it does not improve the situation for the generation of deuterons ... Here, a macro for example Hadr03