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The world geometry is very large:|
//------------------------------ World Volume (cube of vacuum) -------------
// World volume is a cube of extent 8372 km in all three directions
G4double world_hx = 8000.0*km; // half-length
G4double world_hy = 8000.0*km; // half-length
G4double world_hz = 4186.0*km; // half-length
// apply cut in time of flight (TOF) to logival volume
G4double maxTime = 30*ms;
fstepLimit = new G4UserLimits(DBL_MAX,DBL_MAX,maxTime);
// Define world logical volume:
= new G4Box("World_box",world_hx,world_hy,world_hz);
world_log = new G4LogicalVolume(worldBox,vacuum,"world_log",0,0,0);
// Instantiation of a set of visualization attributes with cyan colour
G4VisAttributes * worldVisAtt = new G4VisAttributes(G4Colour(1,1,1));
// Set visibility to false
// Assignment of the visualization attributes to the logical volume
Inside the world geometry is a half-sphere of planet earth and two hundred layers of 1km-thick atmosphere. Do you think the size of the geometry is the issue?