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Re: Question How to set different cut value for different physical(or logical) volume?
Date: 16 Dec, 2005
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On Fri, 16 Dec 2005 zhangqm@ihep.ac.cn wrote:

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> How to set different cut value for different physical(or logical)
> volume?
> 
>   I want to improve the efficiency of the program, so I want to set different cut value for different physical(or logical) volume.
> 
> eg. for e+ of 1.0Mev, if it is in absorber, because the absorber is
> thick enough and it can't transport through,I can terminate the
> track.Howerver, if it is in sensitive detector, because I am concerned
> about it,I cann't terminate the track.
> 
> Now I have a method. It is that I can terminate an unuseful track by
> judging the energy and the volume in every step. Apparently, the method
> is not good, because the judging time maybe more or the improvement
> efficiency is not good.
> 
>   I wonder whether I can set different cut value for different physical(or logical) volume and how to achieve.
> 
>   Thanks!
> 
> 
Please, look into examples/extended/electromagnetic/TestEm9 

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