Yes, that snippet of code loads a mobility file.
So how to generate the IonMobility.txt?
You can find ion mobility files for a few gases in the
Data directory of the Garfield++ source tree. These values are taken from literature, in particular from these compilations of tabulated ion transport data:
In these papers, there are data for quite a lot of combinations of gas mixtures and ions; if there’s a particular one that’s interesting for you we can just add a file to the
Thanks a lot for your reply and I realize it now.
Besides would you please help me to take a look at the weight.lis problem for no induced current. It’s really a key problem for me to be solved and I really need your help.
Thanks again for your help.
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