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>> Hello, >> >> I need the Energy of the primary particle in the Event Action. >> >> I managed to read all the information of the G4ParticleDefinition >> but I can't connect to the G4DynamicParticle where is actually the >> information I need. >> >> Thanks in advance.... >> >> Francisco >>
In examples/extended/electromagnetic/TestEm2 it is shown how to pass the PrimaryGeneratorAction to the RunAction in order to get the kinetic energy of the incident beam.
You can do something similar between your PrimaryGeneratorAction and your EventAction.
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