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Thank you for your answer. As you can see in my message, I made two modification for the AddPlaceVolume. The inversion in Rotation and Translation variables was evident for me but event inverting the variables,
Do not compile and the error is:
Compiling GeometryConstruction.cc ... src/GeometryConstruction.cc: In member function `virtual G4VPhysicalVolume* GeometryConstruction::Construct()': src/GeometryConstruction.cc:78: error: no matching function for call to `G4AssemblyVolume::AddPlacedVolume(G4LogicalVolume*&, G4Transform3D)' /usr/local/programs/geant4.9.2/include/G4AssemblyVolume.hh:84: note: candidates are: void G4AssemblyVolume::AddPlacedVolume(G4LogicalVolume*, G4ThreeVector&, G4RotationMatrix*) /usr/local/programs/geant4.9.2/include/G4AssemblyVolume.hh:115: note: void G4AssemblyVolume::AddPlacedVolume(G4LogicalVolume*, G4Transform3D&)
This is less obvious for me because, creating a variable to set in the AddPlacedVolume, it compiles and works fine.
G4Transform3D trans = G4Transform3D(Ra,Ta); assemblyDetector->AddPlacedVolume(plateLV, trans);
I do not understand the difference between G4Transform3D& and G4Transform3D.
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