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On Tue, 23 Aug 2011 18:23:39 GMT, Gumplinger Peter wrote:
> > My /tracking/verbose is set to 0 > > Well, then set it to 1. If you do you'll see exactly what steps the > navigator is taking. > > Anyway, if you have the cladding with rmin=0 you need to put the fiber > inside the cladding (fiber becomes a daughter volume of the cladding) > when you build the geometry. This is perferable to setting the rmin of > the cladding to be rmax of the fiber and putting both as volumes into > the world. Please, follow the wls example and make sure your geometry is > build correctly. >
I had made wls fiber with 0. radius each. I have found my problem. The problem was in photos that were coming from polystyrene. They didn't have the needed energy, so as a result the wls wasn't working. I solved the problem, making a new array that contained only one energy which I needed, and giving that matrix as a property for polystyrene.
Thanks for support and time!