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i have a geometry problem with my detector setup using Parameterised Volumes.
My mission is to simulate a neutron detector containing multiple identical 3He tubes in a Paraffin Block.
My detector geometry is supposed to contain following things :
1) Target Hall 2) Paraffin Block 3) 3He Tubes 4) Al Tubes surrounding the 3He Tubes
I am able to parameterize the 3He Tubes and place them on a circle in a defined radius from the center and within the Paraffin Block.
In the real world the 3He-Gas is in a Al tube.
But, as discussed before and mentioned in the manual, it looks like Geant doesn't allow me to parameterize the Al tubes and place them, since i am not allowed to have multiple parameterized daughter volumes.
My question now : "Does anybody have an idea how to work around this???"
Thanks for your help, Sascha Falahat
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