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:: Magnetic Field Response [[Media:R4125_Effects_of_Magnetic_Fields.pdf]]
 
:: Magnetic Field Response [[Media:R4125_Effects_of_Magnetic_Fields.pdf]]
:: Cathode Lifetime data  [[Media:R4125_(100_uA_&_1000_h)QG0016B.pdf]]
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:: Cathode Lifetime data  [[Media:R4125_(100_uA_&_1000_h)_QG0016B.pdf]]

Revision as of 15:04, 11 October 2013

PAC40

Physics

DVCS

Rafael's second report on DVCS simulations (including results for all energies from kinematics table)

Rafael's first report on DVCS simulations

Charles presentation from Hall C meeting, 24 January 2013

Study of effects on kinematics if require HMS angle to be >=13 deg (.pdf)

Beam Time Sharing DVCS and pi0 (.pdf)


WACS

Simon's report on WACS simulations

Notes from Peter Kroll, Nov 2012


SIDIS mesons

DES mesons

Notes from Peter Kroll, Nov 2012


Detector

  • PMT specs: Hamamatsu R4125, 19mm diameter, gain is about 8.7E+5 at 1.5kV max. anode voltage and rise time 2.5ns. This PMT was also used in Primex and we have designed a new active voltage divider that improves the performance of the PMT by a factor of 25. See the report at the 2012 IEEE NSS/MIC/RTSD conference by V. Popov and H. Mkrtchyan.


  • PbWO4 references:
  • P. Adzic et al., "Radiation Hardness qualification of PbWO4 scintillation crystals for the CMS Electromagnetic Calorimeter", CMS Note 2009/016
  • A.A. Annenkov et al., "Lead Tungstate scintillation material", NIM A 490 (2002) 30-50
  • P. Yang et al., "Growth of large-size crystal of PbWO4 by vertical Brigdman method with multi-crucibles
  • R. W. Novotny, "The Electromagnetic Calorimetry of the PANDA Detector at FAIR", J. Phys. Conf. Serv. 404 012063 (2012)


Dose rate estimations for PbWO4 detector at 4m from target, at 1uA, and for a 10-cm long target


Scattering Chamber Information:

  • outer diameter = 45 inches
  • inner diameter = 43.125 inches
  • distance beam line to SHMS window = 1.25 inches

So for a point target, the minimum angle is 58 mr or 3.4 degrees. For an extended target you will need to adjust, it becomes about 4 degree for a 15 cm target. So assume 3.5 degrees as rough number.


Study of possibilities for larger beam pipe assemblies

Energy spectra for electrons, photons, positrons including fits


Rates and rates per crystal vs. angle relative to beam for: 4 m from target, 6.6 GeV beam energy, 1uA beam current, and 10-cm LH2 target for:

Photon threshold=10 MeV

Photon threshold=3 MeV


Hamlet's report on crystal properties from Hall C meeting, 24 January 2013

New Active PMT Base for PbWO4 (Popov, H. Mkrtchyan, presentation at IEEE, Nov 2012)


Description of the PbWO4 detector option:

Presentation at Orsay Workshop, Nov 2012

PAC39 proposal, May 2012

Hamamatsu PMT Specs 11 Oct 2013, C.E.Hyde

  • specs on standard 1" PMTs:
R8619 10 stage PMT
R9800 8 stage PMT
Low profile (short) 29mm R7111 PMT Media:R7111.pdf
Magnetic Field Response Media:R7877_Magnetic_Field_Characteristics.pdf
Cathode Lifetime data Media:QG1369A_R7877_Life.pdf
  • R4125 19mmφ [[Media:]]
Magnetic Field Response Media:R4125_Effects_of_Magnetic_Fields.pdf
Cathode Lifetime data Media:R4125_(100_uA_&_1000_h)_QG0016B.pdf