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Keywords: LXe, Segmentation fault
Forum: Documentation and Examples
Re: None LXe example, Segmentation fault (amaresh kumar)
Re: Warning Re: LXe example, Segmentation fault (Gumplinger Peter)
Date: 13 Oct, 2006
From: amaresh kumar <amaresh kumar>

Hello Peter,
  Thanks for the help. I am incorporating the scintillation processes in A01example.
The scintillation process works fine but whe  i come to the point of detecting 
the optical photons. I am facing a problem, the detector is not detecting the optical photons. I went
throught the geant hypernews and it was helpful and refering to the
problem of Matt Orr "Optical photon detection" i have incorporated all 
the G4LogicalBoundarySurface to all my surfaces.
About the second part which ou told to put "
  //Check to see if the particle was actually at a boundary 
      case Detection: //Note, this assumes that the volume causing detection
                      //is the photocathode because it is the only one with
                      //non-zero efficiency
          //Trigger sensitive detector manually since photon is
          //absorbed but status was Detection
          G4SDManager* SDman = G4SDManager::GetSDMpointer();
          G4String sdName="/LXeDet/pmtSD";
          LXePMTSD* pmtSD = (LXePMTSD*)SDman

Where do i put this part. If you want to have a look at the program i can send it through mail.

Thanks a lot for helping.


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