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Question Voxelized Volume Placed Inside a Non-Voxelized Volume of Same Material 

Forum: Geometry
Date: 08 Jun, 2012
From: Grant <Grant>

I am looking for guidance for the following problem:

Suppose I have block of some material in the shape of a cube centered about the origin with dimensions L x L x L. I would like to:

i) place a smaller cube with dimension l x l x l (l < L) centered about the origin inside the larger cube. (the material of both cubes is the same).

ii) the smaller cube would be divided into voxels, nx in the x-direction, ny in the y-direction, etc

iii) each voxel of the smaller cube would be sensitive so I could score events in each voxel

I know how to do ii) and iii). At least I have done something similar by using a G4PhantomParameterisation of the smaller cube. But how do I place the smaller Parameterized volume into the larger volume? Or, is it possible to partially voxelize the larger volume (in other words, divide only the central part (smaller cube) into voxels and not divide the outer part (larger cube) into voxels)?

Help with this would be much appreciated.

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