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Hi Michael, it would be useful if you post the code of your detector-construction and the exact error message you get. You could actually open a problem report in Bugzilla giving all such details, so we can see what is going on... Cheers, Gabriele ------------------ On Thu, 09 Aug 2012 02:04:56 GMT, Michael Douglass wrote: > Hi Gabriele, > > I am using the physics list provided in the microdosimetry example which > assigns physical processes based on region. This physics list appears to > be working correctly however when I try to add the logical volume of my > parametrerised daughters (see attached image) which are shown in red in > the attached image to the region I receive a segmentation fault. A few > people have told me that you cannot apply a region to a parametrerised > volume. I am trying to assign the livermore physics processes to the > blue water medium and the DNA physics list to the red parameterised > volumes to speed up my simulations. > > Thanks
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