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Re: Question Question about dielectric_LUT type optical surface (Young)
Date: 15 Mar, 2013
From: Gumplinger Peter <Gumplinger Peter>

Hello Young Ho Shin,

I suggest you'll have to debug your geometry. Have you checked for 'overlaps'? Have you been able to isolate a photon that exits your scintillator although you don't expect it to? Can you trace that photon (stepping verbose)? Can you find out, is it 'seeing' the geometry boundary? If it is, what logic does it follow in G4OpBoundaryProcess?

I can't say but is it possible that a reflection angle is returned so that it produces a direction that goes out of the volume?

Best regards, Peter

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