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Hello, dear G4 users!|
Here a way to score charge deposition without slicing up geometry was described:
This method works very well, but when I tried to score the total charge in the different volumes of my geometry, I met the following problem:
G4ThreeVector vertex = aTrack->GetVertexPosition(); - relates to LogicVolume
G4ThreeVector terminus = aTrack->GetPosition(); - relates to PhysicVolume
That is not a problem if we need only the deposition of charge, but to count the total charge in specific volume this volume should have a unique name of LogicVolume and PhysicVolume. Finally I had to remake my geometry and give a unique names of all volumes in which I wanted to know the total charge.
Before this I tried to count the charge through SteppingAction and fGeomBoundary flag (as here http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu:5090/HyperNews/geant4/get/emprocess/1185/1.html), but the result was totally wrong. I don't understand how to verify that particle actually enter or leave volume, don't reflect from boundary and so on.
Is there any correct way to count total charge in volume from SteppingAction?