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In my Linac model I had to place the two sections of the Flattening Filter in parallel worlds and declare them as LayeredMassGeometry.
In my simulation I defined several phase space files. Each phase space file stores only particles which interacted in a given component.
It turns out that all phase space files have some data but the one which is supposed to contain data of particles that interacted in the Flattening Filter.
In order to narrow down the problem I have copied to my directory a simple example defining two overlapping boxes of different material which are placed in parallel worlds and declared as Layered Mass Geometry. I added a thin vacuum slab to score a phase space file collecting all particles that interacted in the two boxes and observed that the .phsp file is empty.
I wonder whether massive components in parallel worlds can be used to score in phase space files.
Thank you in advance for any clarifying answer / comment / suggestion. Best regards, mauede