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Thank you, Asai.
I am using HP mode in Geant4 now. If I have toOn Wed, 24 Apr 2019 12:49:33 GMT, Makoto Asai wrote:
> Hi, > UserSteppingAction is invoked after all the Geant4 processes including > G4Transportation have already took place, and thus you cannot change any > physics quantities of G4Step or G4Track, e.g. track momentum direction. > To change momentum direction, you need to implement a "process" to > change it, and you have to add it in the physics list. You may use > G4OpBoundaryProcess as a starting point of your own process. > Hope this helps, > Makoto Asai >Thank you sincerely, Asai. I am using HP mode in Geant4 now. If I have to implement a "process" to change momentum direction, do I have to create my own physics list? Or can I add such a process to the HP mode in Geant4?
Best regards, Jincai.
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