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Re: Question Detecting optical photons (Phil Matvey)
Date: 22 Apr, 2004
From: Vlasios Vasileiou <Vlasios Vasileiou>

Try to specify dielectric_metal with reflectivity 100% to your detector surface (efficiency as an optical property here doesn't matter).

Then in the userSD:ProcessHits after you save all the data you want for the hit kill the particle with


If you have detector efficiency different than 100% and it is constant you can use a line like

 if (G4UniformRand()< Efficiency ) { detect...}

and then kill

If your efficiency is energy dependent then in userSD:Initialize

create a table with the efficiency data like that

    G4double PhotonEnergy[N]={E1,E2...};
    G4double Efficiency[N]={Eff1,Eff2...};
    EfficiencyTable = new G4MaterialPropertiesTable();
    EfficiencyTable->AddProperty("DetectorEfficiency", PhotonEnergy, Efficiency, N);

and in the userSD:ProcessHits



if (G4UniformRand()< (EfficiencyTable->GetProperty("DetectorEfficiency")->GetProperty(energy)) ) {

Hope that helps, Vlasios Vasileiou

Vlasios Vasileiou

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