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Hello, the easiest thing is to look under: source/physics_lists/lists/include Physics Lists have usually all capital letters, except Shielding.
To use it you can do two things in tour main: #include "Shieling.hh" [...] runManager->SetUserInitialization( new Shielding );
I think this other solution is better: #include "G4PhysListFactory.hh" [...] G4PhysListFactory factory; physList = factory.ReferencePhysList(); runManager->SetUserInitialization( physList );
You can define at run-time the physics list to use setting the environment variable PHYSLIST before running. E.g. (for bash): export PHYSLIST=Shielding
You can also (if you do not want/like env variables): #include "G4PhysListFactory.hh" [...] G4String plname = "Shielding"; G4PhysListFactory factory; physList = factory.GetReferencePhysList( plname ); runManager->SetUserInitialization( physList );