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In a previous post I found the how to make a local electric field:
I am following these instructions, but the particles are unaffected by the electric fields I am using. Does anyone see what I am doing wrong. Here is the code for how I set up my local electric field. The logical volume I am trying to attach the field to is named logicField.
G4UniformElectricField* elField= new
G4EqMagElectricField* fEquation=new G4EqMagElectricField(elField);
G4int nvar = 8;
G4MagIntegratorStepper*fStepper = new G4ClassicalRK4(fEquation, nvar );
G4double fMinStep = 0.010*mm ; // minimal step of 10 microns
G4MagInt_Driver*fIntgrDriver = new G4MagInt_Driver(fMinStep,fStepper,fStepper->GetNumberOfVariables() );
G4ChordFinder* fChordFinder = new G4ChordFinder(fIntgrDriver);
fFieldManager->SetChordFinder( fChordFinder );
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