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Hi, G4PSSphereSurfaceCurrent uses inner surface of the shell. G4Sphere can define a shell type solid by specifying both inner radius and outer radius. However, the the constructor of ellipsoid is defined only as: G4Ellipsoid(const G4String& pName, G4double pxSemiAxis, G4double pySemiAxis, G4double pzSemiAxis, G4double pzBottomCut=0, G4double pzTopCut=0); Therefore, I do not think it defines only a volume, not a shell. I mean it has only outer radius. I you defines a shell using a couple of Ellipsolid, the inner surface is not recognized as "inner surface". It has to be the outer surface of Ellipsolid volume inside the mother Ellipsolid volume. If it is the case, I suggest to use the outer surface for scoring. Cheers, Tsukasa Aso
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