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Thanks for willing to help.
I am running TestEm11 for electron transport some distance from the absorber. I have change the world volume to ensure that the thickness is different from that of the absorber.
When I place an electron about 100um above the surface of the absorber, it produces a segmentation error. The error disappears when I use a gamma radiation. My best guess is that the problem should be with the physics package I am using.I have tried other options in the program but the problem still persist with electrons, even high energy electrons.
Any suggestions on how I could go about this?
Thanks iin advance.