Hello, I have been trying to launch particles from random positions, using G4Uniformrandom (), and / or using the example B1 that GEANT4 brings, but so far I have not succeeded, have you ever done this type of sequence? Also, the variable G4Uniformrandom () can be bounded, because as far as it goes, it only gives you values of [0,1].
This is one of the many ways I’ve tried:
G4double R = - 8. + 5G4UniformRand() * (16.-8.);
G4double phi = G4UniformRand() * 2 * 3.1416;
G4double theta = G4UniformRand() * 3.1416;
G4double RandomX = R cos(theta) * sin(phi);
G4double RandomY = R*sin(theta)*std:: sin(phi);
I have also tried it as follows:
G4int RandomX = (-8. + 3.*G4UniformRand()*7. + 4.);
G4cout<<"Valor X: "<<RandomX<<G4endl;
G4int RandomY = -5. + 3.G4UniformRand()-3. + 10.;
G4cout<<"Valor Y: "<<RandomY<<G4endl;
I want to generate random numbers in X [-8.8] and Y [-4.4]. I would greatly appreciate your help, I’ve been with this for two weeks
Thank you very much!