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Question Electrostatic field in a high pressure gas detector 

Forum: Fields: Magnetic and Otherwise
Date: 27 Oct, 2014
From: <sebqian>

Dear all, I am not a very experienced GEANT4 user but I want to do some MC simulation for a pressurized gas detector (cylindrical shape or others). The field is not uniform and I am especially interested in the impacts of the corners and edges in the field. The physics interesting to me is the low energy ionization process. I don't know how to create such an electrostatic field in detector construction. Can I specify the electrodes' potential and let GEANT4 to calculate the field, or I need to calculate the field with other software and add it to GEANT4? Do you have an example showing the similar application or showing non-uniform electrostatic field generation? Thank you very much!

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