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Dear John and Gabriele,
In my case, an assembly imprint contains some 40 physical volumes. I have set-up a variable geometry, so that the user can change the number of imprints between runs (or the position of imprints). G4AssemblyVolume works great since most of these 40 volumes can have only the "world" as their mother logical volume and I have to move/place several imprints of these assemblies (or I would have to create a dummy volume containing all of them).
Gabriele's suggestion to use GetVolumesIterator does the job for me. I can identify and delete volumes from the assembly. But I have a question can I use the G4VPhysicalVolume::SetName() and G4VPhysicalVolume::SetCopyNo() to overwrite the values assigned by default? or is this going to mess up the tracking? (this would make finding the physical volumes in the imprint much easier).
thank you in advance,
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