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On Sat, 24 Mar 2018 05:23:15 GMT, Michael H. Kelsey wrote:
> Is there any way to make use of complex derived units at the macro (or > file parsing) level? I need to specify electrical/thermodynamic > properties for some components of my geometry, for example, the heat > capacity coefficient: W_sigma = 136 J/(m3*K*K). > > I can obviously use units of arbitrary complexity in my C++ code, which > is what I'm doing now. But it would be awfully nice to be able to put > that string into my macro (or config file) and have it evaluated along > the lines of G4UnitDefinition::GetValueOf(). I think that > CLHEP::Evaluator should be the tool for this, but I haven't found any > examples where this is utilized. > > -- Michael Kelsey >
In example Hadr04, PhysicsList.cc, I introduce a new unit of Energy, and also a new category of units (Surface/Mass). I believe al these units can be used in UI commands.
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