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Re: Question How to eliminate the effect caused by the boundary of two connected solids (liyong)
Date: 28 Aug, 2016
From: liyong <liyong>

Dear experts,

I am sorry that I didn't make my question clear.

I showed the geometries of detector one and detector two in the figure which is attached below.

I want to know how to make the detector one equate to detector two as if there has no the boundary betweent the solid 2 and solid 3. In other words, I want the boundary betweent the solid 2 and solid 3 has no effect on the transpotation of the particles.

Thanks a lot. liyong

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