[Gate-users] DoseActor in cylindrical coordinates in a water phantom

Benoit Soubelet benoit.soubelet at epfl.ch
Fri Jul 11 17:16:03 CEST 2014


I recently simulated a cylindrical water phantom with a proton pencil beam
shooting directly particles in the phantom (Z axis).
I wanted to obtain the energy deposition in this volume thanks to a
DoseActor. It is working, but my output file (ASCII) is configured in
Cartesian coordinates. Is there any way to switch the coordinate system to
a cylindrical one?

Best regards,

*Benoît Soubelet,*
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