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I have taken a look at the monopole example and found some helpful insight. My over all goal is to create an at rest process with pi- on deuterium. I have been trying to create a simple process to start, which just kills the particle and adds a secondary but I am getting memory access errors. I have a process inheriting from G4VRestProcess and a particle change from G4VParticleChange. The rest procedure gets called and In my AtRestDoIt I have:
G4double theTime = Step.GetTrack()->GetGlobalTime (); G4ThreeVector aPos = Step.GetTrack()->GetPosition(); G4DynamicParticle aDynamicParticle(G4Gamma::Gamma(), G4ThreeVector(0,1,0), 129 * MeV ); G4Track * aSec = new G4Track(&aDynamicParticle,theTime,aPos); fParticleChange.AddSecondary(aSec); fParticleChange.ProposeTrackStatus( fStopAndKill ) ;
I am unsure of what to do in the UpdateStepForAtRest method in particle change.
I think a good place to look would be the Decay process but there are many classes and I am unsure where to look.
Thank you for your help,
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