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ROOT geometry and Garfield geometry [message #19433] Mon, 15 August 2016 16:25 Go to previous message
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Hello,

I have a question related to the geometry of the detector in case Garfield is used.
First it is created as usual and xxx.geo.root file is created.
If Gafield is used, file GarfieldPhysics.cxx has it's own geometry definition.
Should it be defined again or might be loaded from ROOT?
Garfield++ could do it.

At the moment the Garfield geometry for the active target is absolutely different than the R3BRoot geometry
of the same detector. And this needs to be fixed.

Oleg.
 
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