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I would like to simulate low-background events, so I decided to use the DMXPhysicsList from the underground physics example. I would also like to take into account hadronic spallation from cosmic muons, and therefore would like to use the QGSP_HP list.
My question is how to combine the two lists. If I put two successive calls to the lists in the main program:
runManager->SetUserInitialization( new DMXPhysicsList ); runManager->SetUserInitialization( new QGSP_HP );
I only get whichever list is initialized second. If I put the QGSP_HP code into DMXPhysicsList.cc and DMXPhysicsList.hh and call RegisterPhysics in the DMXPhysicsList constructor:
theModularPhysicsList = new G4VModularPhysicsList; theModularPhysicsList->RegisterPhysics( new GeneralPhysics("general") ); theModularPhysicsList->RegisterPhysics( new EM_GNPhysics("standard EM plus electro nuclear") ); theModularPhysicsList->RegisterPhysics( new MuonPhysics("muon") ); theModularPhysicsList->RegisterPhysics( new HadronPhysicsQGSP_HP("hadron") ); theModularPhysicsList->RegisterPhysics( new IonPhysics("ion") );
I receive the message that I "cannot allocate an object of type `G4VModularPhysicsList` because the following virtual functions are abstract: G4VModularPhysicsList::SetCuts()"
So my first question is whether there's a simpler way to fold the hadronic and muon physics into the DMXPhysicsList, and if not then what am I doing wrong?
Thanks a bunch.
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