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I would like to implement functionalty in my extension of the G4Region class for killing tracks. I would also like to somehow record the energy of the stopped track by getting the processHits() method called on the sensitive detector assigned to that volume, where the track is killed.
I think I know what to try in order to kill the track, but what is the best way of getting the energy readout using the sensitive detector? I know that I can directly access the track's energy using GetKineticEnergy(), GetTotalEnergy(), but how can I get the track to deposit its energy into the volume when it is killed? My main goal would be to avoid any custom code for recording the energy, e.g. in SteppingAction, as I would prefer to activate the sensitive detector that has been assigned to the volume.
I found an old thread asking a similar question here:
But there's no follow-up to the reply which asks how to record the energy.
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