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On Thu, 12 Mar 2015 11:56:24 GMT, Sourav Tarafdar wrote:
> Recently I was trying to make a geometry using Boolean operation in Geant4. The geometry consists > of a hollow cylinder (radius = 6.9 cm) and then I was trying to insert a layer of Silicon (0.5 mm > thickness) through it so that the perpendicular to the plane of Silicon layer is parallel to the axis of > cylinder.
Why use a Boolean for this at all? Why not just place the silicon as a daughter of the cylinder? Is it because you need the 0.1 mm gap all the way around the silicon?
-- Michael Kelsey
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