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Question problem with size of cylindrical scoring mesh at nanoscale level 

Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Date: 15 Oct, 2015
From: Balder <Balder>

Dear users/experts, I'm working at nanoscale level and I have adapted the microdosimetry example to create parallel scorers and it works fine at micro-scale but when I create cylindrical scoring mesh at nano-scale what I see is that even though the R-dimension is fine, the depth of the scorer (Z-dimension) is always fixed bigger by Geant4. I'm using a Mac and Qt as visualization driver. Can a scoring mesh be used at nanoscale level? Many thanks,

Balder.

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