[Gate-users] Annulus cylinder source/phantom pair in Gate 6.2

Marc Chamberland MarcChamberland at cmail.carleton.ca
Fri Jun 28 14:07:16 CEST 2013

Hi Leo,

I'm not sure what you mean. Gate can create a cylindrical annulus: a cylinder with a different inner and outer radius. This can be used for either a phantom or a source.

For example, if you want your source to be inside the phantom, you just have to define your source to be exactly the same shape as the phantom.

Am I missing something?



Marc Chamberland, MSc
PhD candidate
Department of Physics
Carleton University
Ottawa (ON)

On 2013-06-28, at 7:56 AM, Leo Read <leoread at gmail.com<mailto:leoread at gmail.com>>

Hello all,

I'm new to Gate (using version 6.2) and it seems like there isn't a simple solution to model the commonly used annulus cylindrical phantom with the source embedded inside. Could somebody please help?

Thank you all for your time and assistance.

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