The class CbmMCEventHeader was introduced some years ago to store the event plane angle, which its mother
FairMCEventHeader did not contain.
Meanwhile, the event plane angle is also available from
FairPrimaryGenerator allows to rotate the input event by an event plane angle.
It should thus be accessed whether our CBM MC event header is still required, or whether we should use
FairMCEventHeaeder instead. Similarly, we should use the event plane generation and rotation from
FairPrimaryGenerator and not from
CbmUrqmdGenerator. We can then possible also use
FairUrqmdGenerator instead of
The only use case that I see, which would not be covered when using the event plane on the
FairPrimaryGenerator level is to have two different UrQMD events in the input, which have different event plane angles, i.e. are rotated w.r.t. each other. This seems to be a very exotic situation.
Updated by Volker Friese almost 7 years ago
- Due date set to 09/30/2015
- Status changed from Feedback to In Progress
- Assignee changed from Florian Uhlig to Volker Friese
- Estimated time set to 10.00 h
Discussed in the Software Meeting of 24 September 2015. CbmUrqmdGenerator and CbmMCEventHeader shall be decomissioned. The run macros must be adapted accordingly.