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We combine a Monte Carlo radiative transfer code with an SPH code, so that -- assuming thermal equilibrium -- we can calculate dust-temperature fields, spectral energy distributions, and isophotal maps, for the individual time-frames generated by an SPH simulation. On large scales, the radiative transfer cells (RT cells) are borrowed from the tree structure built by the SPH code, and are chosen so that their size -- and hence the resolution of the calculated temperature field -- is comparabledoi:10.1051/0004-6361:20052951 fatcat:f6nztb3bk5d7lao2nzgksf7z2m