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Question How to find physical volumes from a text entered geometry 

Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Date: 26 Sep, 2013
From: sylvian kahane <sylvian kahane>

Hi all

I have a simple geometry of 10 slabs of material, defined in an external file as a parametrization of a single logical volume:

:VOLU "poly" BOX 10.*cm 10.*cm 0.5*cm G4_POLYETHYLENE
:COLOR "poly" 0 1 1 1
:PLACE_PARAM "poly" 1 world LINEAR_Z  R00     10    1*cm     -4.5*cm

I would like to give increasing importances for each one of the 10 slabs, but to do this I need the physical volume pointer of each slab.

How can I get these pointers ?

Sylvian K

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