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User Francisco wrote:
>> Hi >> >> I would like to create a silicon detector consisting in layers. I need >> to keep information of each layer, or at least of the sensitive one, so >> I need to have access to the logical or physical volumes, also one layer >> has to be a sensitive detector. I need to create a sensitive detector to >> read information about energy deposition, coordinates, hits, etc. I need >> to define a readout geometry in order to divide the sensitive layer into >> voxels. My layers should be different in thickness and material, but not >> in shape. I did that by specifying different logical and physical >> volumes and adding them together, but I read that this method creates >> overlapping and I would get unpredictable errors in my simulation. How >> can I do this? Can I use G4AssemblyVolume class? Is there an example to >> do it? What is the best way to do it? 1. Replicas? 2. Parameterized >> volumes? 3. Assembly? >> >> Thanks in advance
You may be interessed to look at examples/extended/electromagnetic/TestEm3 see README. We do not use the concept of Sensitive Detector to extract informations: this technic is not mandatory in simple cases.
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