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I am now defining a nested geometry like this:
1. I have three types of logical volumes, A, B and C. 2. a. The World volume contains some A's. b. A contains some B's. c. B contains some C's. 3. The C's are sensitive detectors which records "edep" when a particle deposits energy.
The way I implemented this is to use PVPlacement in put some C's in a logical B and then some B's in a logical A and then some A's in the world.
However, the problem is that when a hit occurs, I can't identify which C has been hit; because the C's have the same names and copy numbers in different B's.
Are there any ways to identify the C's?
Any help is very much appreciated!
regards, Raymond Tsang
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