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Your logic how you decide when to 'AddEdep' is very peculiar. All you should concern yourself with is whether or not any energy was deposited in your volume of interest during a simulation step (by any particle):
if (aStep->GetTotalEnergyDeposit() > 0.)
I suggest you look at examples/extended/electromagnetic/TestEm3 example how to collect and eventually histogram energy with Stepping, Event and RunActions. Your efficiency should simply be the number of events with energy seen in your volume divided by the number of 'beamOn' you've specified.
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