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On Tue, 05 Aug 2014 20:19:33 GMT, Ioan-Charly wrote:
> Hi, > > I think that i fix my problem... I change my world geometry! Before i > had a sphere and i change it in a box. Now, when i run the command > /geometry/test/run i have no more overlap and i find the uniform > distribution what i expected. > > I don't know why with a sphere i had overlap... If some one have an idea > i m interest!
In this case, "overlap" means that the daughter volume extended outside the boundary of it's mother. If you create a sphere of radius R, and try to emplace a box with a side half-length of, for example, 0.75*R, then the corners of that box will extend outside the sphere by 0.3*R.
-- Michael Kelsey