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The second constituent solid in your union is not of G4Trap type, but of G4DisplacedSolid type, which holds both the info about solid and its displacement (transformation wrt to the first solid). That's why you have to access your trapezoid in this way: G4DisplacedSolid* topDisplaced = (G4DisplacedSolid*)union->GetConstituentSolid(1); G4Trap *top = (G4Trap*)topDisplaced->GetConstituentMovedSolid();