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*The Mott Polarimeter team is developing a [http://geant4.cern.ch/ GEANT4] model of the polarimeter.
 
*The Mott Polarimeter team is developing a [http://geant4.cern.ch/ GEANT4] model of the polarimeter.
  
=='''To Do List'''==
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=='''Future Work: A Suggested To Do List'''==
*<s>Add pre-vertex energy loss</s> Small effect for our targets (~50 keV max in 5 um Au) according to [http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/Star/Text/ESTAR.html NIST] --[[User:Mjmchugh|Mjmchugh]] ([[User talk:Mjmchugh|talk]]) 17:54, 22 April 2015 (EDT)
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*<s>Add primary vertex output info:
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*Get Xavier's calculations for gold and other nuclei of interest on a 100-250 keV over the whole range of energies (approx. 2-10 MeV)
**Scattering cross-section
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**Integrate this into the exiting interpolation method in '''MottPrimaryGeneratorAction.cc'''.
**Scattering location 3-vector
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**Perform calculations for target foil thickness extrapolation based on final Run 2 parameters:
**Outgoing polarization 3-vector</s> --[[User:Mjmchugh|Mjmchugh]] ([[User talk:Mjmchugh|talk]]) 19:04, 9 June 2015 (EDT)
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*** KE = 4.9 MeV.
*Integrate Xavier's most recent calculations.
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*** Final thickness measurments from Marcy.
*<s>Interactively change angular range for primaries</s> --[[User:Mjmchugh|Mjmchugh]] ([[User talk:Mjmchugh|talk]]) 09:57, 16 June 2015 (EDT)
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*Build Mott Physics Class (single scattering based on Xavier's data). (Low priority)
*<s>Change Random Seed handling to GEANT4 standard a la QweakSimG4.</s> --[[User:Mjmchugh|Mjmchugh]] ([[User talk:Mjmchugh|talk]]) 15:36, 29 June 2015 (EDT)
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*Build Mott Physics Class (single scattering based on Xavier's data).
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*<s>Build Double-Scattering Generator</s> --[[User:Mjmchugh|Mjmchugh]] ([[User talk:Mjmchugh|talk]]) 15:35, 29 June 2015 (EDT)
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Revision as of 13:17, 3 May 2016

The Mott Group has a GEANT4 simulation of the JLab MeV Mott Polarimeter. This simulation was built from 2014-2016 simultaneous to the upgrade efforts on the polarimeter. The primary purpose of this simulation is to determine, from first principles, the shape of the effective Sherman function with respect to target thickness. This page serves a few purposes: it provides links to the relevant references for simulation users, provides a brief tutorial, and shows results. Additionally, this page may serve as a place to indicate what work is being done or needs to be done on the simulation.

Where To Find the Simulation

  • A working version is maintained on the ifarm computers CUE in the directory /group/mottgrp/MottG4/.
  • To use this, the user must set the environment variable $MOTTG4DIR to /path/to/MottG4/ before using the simulation.
  • Additionally, the user must have access to cmake version 2.8 or later.
  • The current version is maintained at github for those who want the model on their personal computers. Contact Martin McHugh at mjmchugh@jlab.org for access to this repository.

How It Works

  • The Mott Polarimeter team is developing a GEANT4 model of the polarimeter.

Future Work: A Suggested To Do List

  • Get Xavier's calculations for gold and other nuclei of interest on a 100-250 keV over the whole range of energies (approx. 2-10 MeV)
    • Integrate this into the exiting interpolation method in MottPrimaryGeneratorAction.cc.
    • Perform calculations for target foil thickness extrapolation based on final Run 2 parameters:
      • KE = 4.9 MeV.
      • Final thickness measurments from Marcy.
  • Build Mott Physics Class (single scattering based on Xavier's data). (Low priority)