Can Garfield + + simulate the number of electrons or ions absorbed on each electrode? For example, there are three electrodes on the drift track of electrons in the detector. I want to know the number of electrons absorbed on each electrode.
Or can I only know the induced charge of each electrode to calculate the number of electrons collected?
yes, absolutely. There is no predefined function for this, but you can retrieve the endpoints of the electrons using
GetElectronEndpoint (see Examples/Gem/gem.C · master · garfield / garfieldpp for an example) and determine based on the coordinates (and status code) at which electrode they arrived.
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