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I am quite new with Geant4 and I am not able to solve this problem: I am simulating slow neutrons (0.025 eV) hitting a boron layer (tren_log). I want to know how many alpha particles (from the interaction between neutrons and boron) reach the detector (det_log), which is my sensitive detector. Before counting the alphas I am trying to count only the energy deposit without restrictions to understand what is going on but i have a segmentation fault when a particle interacts with my sensitive detector (det_log).
I thing that the error could be in the ProcessHits or in the way I have defined the sensitive detector but after checking some example I can not find a solution to my problem. My code is simple and it is similar of task5b from Geant4User' tutorial (Geant4 Beginner course, Belfast).
Sensitive detector header class: http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2013/07/05/06.28-71532-newSD.hh
Sensitive detector source class: http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2013/07/05/06.28-30355-newSD.cc
I will be very grateful if somebody could help me! Thank you very much.
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