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Hi Timmy, > I would like to know if there is a way I can fill one Mother Volume > with Two different sets of Replicated daughter volumes, with One set > Sensitive and the other set non sensitive to the incomming radiation. it is certainly possible, but you need to use 'placements' (G4PVPlacement) as physical volumes in your setup, and not 'replicas' (G4PVReplica or G4PVParameterised), since by definition only one replica volume is allowed in the same mother. If your structure of volumes is a regular one, you can also define your setup using an 'assembly' (G4AssemblyVolume), where you can define one set as one assembly and the other set as a different assembly, and properly assign sensitive detectors to them. See the docs about it! Cheers, Gabriele
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