HDGeant4 Meeting, January 26, 2022
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
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- Review of minutes from the last meeting (all)
- Issues on GitHub
- Pull Requests on GitHub
- Action Item Review
Present: Alex Austregesilo, Sean Dobbs, Mark Ito (chair), Igal Jaegle, Richard Jones, Simon Taylor, Beni Zihlmann
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Review of minutes from the last meeting
We looked over the minutes from the meeting on January 11. Sean reported that he found and fixed the issue with the 4 ns time offset in CPP simulated data.
Pull Requests on GitHub
Sean described Pull Request #202, "Fix for TAGH hits for the SRC/CT experiment." Tagger counters, at photon energies lower than those in the microscope region are missing. This is due their accepted energy range being set to zero, causing unfortunate side-effects. This situation was introduced in the solution to Issue #182, "Incorrect TAGH counter number assignment." Richard will review the changes proposed in the pull request.
We discussed other areas of the simulation that need study/development. Among them:
- Kaons in the forward direction.
- Slow kaons in the BCAL
- Cerenkov photons in the light guides of the FCAL.
- Neutrons and KLs