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Re: Question Diverging Beam (Andrew Wroe)
Date: 10 Jun, 2004
From: michel maire <michel maire>

User Andrew Wroe wrote:

>> I have a question regarding diverging beams. At present my simulation of
>> a proton beam has the beam entering the geometry with a direction
>> directly along the z axis (i.e. all incident particles were notmal to
>> the x/y interface). However, I would like to simulate a diverging beam,
>> but have no idea how to go about it.
>> I know the line
>>   G4ThreeVector direction = G4ThreeVector(0.0,0.0,-1.0);
>> Determines the direction of the beam. Any alteration to this will simply
>> change the direction, so do I need to use an extra line?

 See, for instance, examples/extended/electromagnetic/testEm4
 where we shoot a particle randomly in theta,phi.

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