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Dear Geant4 users
I have successfully used Geant4 for a number of simulations and now I would like to go one step ahead:
I would like to be able to study porous materials, and more precisely powders. I know the code is certainly not made to handle with several objects of various shapes; but it would be already interesting to have a stack of radomly placed cubes for example...
The problem is that I cannot use a kind of "random drop technique" for I am sure I will have problems of overlapping of objects.
So does anybody have an idea to define such a geometry, even if I am to take 95% of the available gig of memory, and if simulations will last for days and days?
Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
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