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Thanks Makoto, Just to be sure I have understood ... I create a mesh box placed at the exact location of my volume of interest. Then, I define a flux scorer for the particule I am interested in via filters. Is that right ? At present time, via command, there is no way to "attach" a mesh box to a logical or physical volume ? But, let's take an example : I have a plate in lead with hundred holes (air). I want to know how many photons are passing through my plate without interation. If I use your approach, I will score all photons passing through the faces of the mesh. So photons that pass through the holes will also be scored ... which is not the result I expected ... what's your feeling ? Cheers, Ludovic
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