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HI, For example, G4PSFlatSurfaceCurrent/Flux scores a track at the surface. The scoring surface is set to -Z surface of the scoring volume, i.e. G4Box's -z surface. The direction of track can be specified by the direction. G4PSFlatSurfaceCurrent::G4PSFlatSurfaceCurrent(G4String name, G4int direction, G4int depth) direction = 0 both incoming and outgoing tracks 1 only incoming tracks 2 only outgoing tracks. The current does not take into account the track direction at the surface, but flux takes into account it by 1/costheta. This factor is multiplied to the scoring value. Tsukasa