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Cristian Bungau writes: > Thank you for your reply. My experience with parametrised volumes is > limited (so far I only used replicas), but now at least I know how to > tackle this problem, so I can get to work... The G4VPVParameterisation class is really simple to implement. For your case, all you need is the ComputeTransform() function, along with your own constructor to maybe pass in the tube radius or a data file or whatever. The coordinates must be in the frame of the enclosing "mother volume", so in your case, a cylinder with the origin at the center. The G4PVParameterised placement is also easy. You pass it the mother volume, the parametrization function, the solid (G4Orb for you), and the number of copies. It does everything else automatically. Then you can take that mother volume, and place it (with rotations, translations, etc.) into your geometry. -- Mike Kelsey