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On Sat, 14 Mar 2015 17:43:58 GMT, JungEun Elena Suh wrote:
> I want to simulate Cherenkov process and hadronic interactions together. > > Until now I used my on user physics list.(constructed by G4VUserPhysicsList) > Now I want to add FTFP_BERT physics list. > I tried it like... > in main.cc, > > runManager-> SetUserInitialization(new OpNoviceDetectorConstruction()); > G4VModularPhysicsList* physicsList = new FTFP_BERT; > physicsList->RegisterPhysics(new G4Cerenkov()); > > However it shows me an error as below. > error: no matching function for call to �G4VModularPhysicsList::RegisterPhysics(G4Cerenkov*) > > Maybe they are not compatible...?
Right. The RegisterPhysics() function takes a G4VPhysicsConstructor* argument, which is one of the components of building a physics list. You've passed it (above) a pointer to a single process. For Cerenkov production, you would need to register G4OpticalPhysics. If you don't need the other optical physics processes, you can disable them via macro commands.
-- Michael Kelsey