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On Wed, 05 Dec 2012 14:32:17 GMT, Balint Radics wrote:
> I have some layers of G4Tubs tube thin objects. I would like to make small > holes in it (e.g. 50 um size holes with 50 um distance from each other). Would > you please give an example how to do that?
You want to create G4SubtractionSolids. Look in Section 126.96.36.199 of the Application Developer's Book on "Boolean solids" for some simple examples. Note that Boolean solids are strictly binary (i.e., they take two existing G4VSolids as input), and that one of the two inputs must be a simple CSG solid. With this method, take care that the G4Tubs you use to generate the holes extends beyond the surfaces of the solid in which you are making the holes.
If you have a very complex geometry, which is the same for all of your tubes, it may be more performant (but more difficult!) for you to write your own G4VSolid subclass which implements the geometry directly, in a parameterized way. The Toolkit Developer's Book discusses this in Section 3.1.2.
-- Michael Kelsey
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