From: mir inamul haq jeri <mirinamulhaq_at_gmail.com>

Date: Tue, 31 May 2011 16:59:18 +0200

Date: Tue, 31 May 2011 16:59:18 +0200

Dear Fluka experts,

i have defined a geometry in fixed format as

RPP body1 -500 +500 -500 +500 -500 +500 (the outer most body for

defining blackhole)

there are some other bodies in the geometry as well.however when i am

debugging the geometry along a co-ordinate axis for simplicity i get the

error showing that the points on surfaces of this box (+500 and -500) do

not belong to any region.

when i put the debugging limit as 499.999999999,there is no error (upto 9

decimal places), however i get the error at 499.9999999999(at tenth decimal

place).

In short i would say the points on the surface of this box do not belong to

any region.however as per my geometry they belong to Blackhole

i would appreciate any help.

Thank you

-- MIR INAMUL HAQ JERI INSTN SACLAY. UNIVERSITY OF PARIS SUD 11. --90e6ba6e89469feb7404a493a7d3 Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Dear Fluka experts,<br>i have defined a geometry in fixed format as<br>RPP = body1=A0 -500=A0=A0 +500=A0=A0 -500=A0=A0 +500=A0=A0 -500=A0 +500 (the oute= r most body for defining blackhole)<br>there are some other bodies in the g= eometry as well.however when i am debugging the geometry along a co-ordinat= e axis for simplicity i get the error showing that the points on surfaces o= f this box (+500 and -500)=A0 do not belong to any region.<br> when i put the debugging limit as 499.999999999,there is no error (upto 9 d= ecimal places), however i get the error at 499.9999999999(at tenth decimal = place).<br>In short i would say the points on the surface of this box do no= t belong to any region.however as per my geometry they belong to Blackhole<= br> i would appreciate any help.<br>Thank you<br clear=3D"all"><br> -- <br>MIR INAMUL HAQ JERI<br>INSTN SACLAY.<br>UNIVERSITY OF PARIS SUD 11.<= br><br> --90e6ba6e89469feb7404a493a7d3--Received on Wed Jun 01 2011 - 15:26:42 CEST

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