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OPERA 2008 run: a report from the Swiss scanning lab. Ciro Pistillo LHEP Bern university for the Swiss scanning team. OPERA Collaboration meeting Ankara, April 1-4 2009. Status of event location. Status of event location. Status of publication. Bricks:

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Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

OPERA 2008 run: a report from the Swiss scanning lab

Ciro Pistillo

LHEP Bern university

for the Swiss scanning team

OPERA Collaboration meeting Ankara, April 1-4 2009


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Status of event location


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Status of event location


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Status of publication

Bricks:

85 / 101 published in central DB

Vertices:

78 / 101 published in central DB


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Vertex position

Plate number


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Prong multiplicity

TOTAL

CC

NC


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Impact parameter

IP (mu)

IP < 10 m

IP (not mu) Δz < 1300

IP (not mu)

IP < 10 m

large angle black tracks


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Interesting topologies

Event no. 231012915 located in brick 72853

Event no. 228197639 located in brick 14653 (NEW)

Event no. 228563573 located in brick 79117(NEW)


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side view

72853

top view

145

mu

mu

541

I.P. w.r.t. the vertex

trk 145 0.3563 0.1562 0.5 m

trk 206 -0.2815 -0.2423 0.4 m

trk 541 -0.0001 0.0303 62.8 m (mu)

beam view

mu

mu momentum in spectrometer: 17.2 GeV/c

decay Pt > 5 GeV


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

  • (p22-56 used)

  • daughter angle and momentum

  • trk145: TX: 0.3519 TY: 0.1485 P = 1.685 -0.447 + 0.951 GeV/c

  • trk206: TX:-0.2698 TY:-0.2425 P = 1.323 -0.351 + 0.747 GeV/c

  • using these values estimate the mass of the D0 using 3 possibilities for daughters:

  • Kaon-Pion: 1.26 GeV (+0.52 -0.23)

  • Pion-Kaon: 1.30 GeV (+0.52 -0.22)

  • Pion-Pion: 1.09 GeV (+0.58 -0.27)

  • these values are below the D0 mass (1.864 GeV).

  • Problably a neutral is missing (also according to the topology).


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

14653

Muon angle: KALMAN 0.150 0.305

LINEAR 0.144 0.303


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

ΔZ = 51 m

8 prong vertex or very short decay?

Vertex located in the lead upstream the plate 51

kinematical analysis not possible (downstream brick extracted)


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Primary vertex: 59711.0 54774.6 -8818.2

Secondary vertex: 59707.3 54769.4 -8767.2

ID X Y Z TX TY IP

1 59835.3 55044.4 -8085.4 0.1684 0.3739 4.2 mu momentum 3.7 Gev/c (TT)

2 59607.9 54880.4 -8085.4 -0.1433 0.1437 2.0

3 59514.8 54836.6 -8085.4 -0.2635 0.0789 5.1

4 59898.8 54731.1 -8085.4 0.2570 -0.0548 3.4

5 59535.8 54453.7 -8085.4 -0.2349 -0.4370 3.0

6 59607.2 54412.4 -8085.4 -0.1444 -0.4977 2.9

7 59731.5 54812.4 -8085.4 0.0356 0.0628 0.3

// 10.0 wrt 1ry

8 59624.4 54752.8 -8085.4 -0.1222 -0.0233 0.8

// 5.6 wrt 1ry

IP distribution

All the tracks have been measured in the first plate downstream the primary vertex.


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

79117


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

pl 33: 1ry vertex + short charm candidate

secondary interaction


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

id10 CS pred

id 5 found in single BT search (low mom)

id 8 found in single BT search (low mom, gray)

id 1 mu (not found in CS)

id 2

id 3 CS pred

id 7 CS pred


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Beam view

id1(mu)

id10

id8

id2

Hypothesis (1) 1ry vtx + short vee (daughters: id 3 and id 2)

1ry (103979.1 45758.9 -32325.8)

id 1 -0.0318 0.0911 IP wrt 1ry = 0.2 (mu)

id10 0.1998 0.2805 IP wrt 1ry = 2.2

id 8 0.3420 -0.0740 IP wrt 1ry = 6.5 (gray)

id 5 -0.1709 0.0289 IP wrt 1ry = 9.4 (~0.4 GeV)

short vee (103933.6 45782.1 -31727.2)

id 2 -0.0685 0.0530 IP wrt vee = 0.3 IP wrt 1ry = 9.4

id 3 0.0050 -0.1310 IP wrt vee = 0.6 IP wrt 1ry =111.8

id3

Δz = 599 m


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Beam view

id10

id1(mu)

id2

Hypothesis (2) 1ry vertex + short kink (daughter: id 3)

1ry (103979.1 45758.9 -32325.8)

id 1 -0.0318 0.0911 IP wrt 1ry = 4.3 (mu)

id10 0.1998 0.2805 IP wrt 1ry = 8.0

id 2 -0.0685 0.0530 IP wrt 1ry = 3.2

id 8 0.3420 -0.0740 IP wrt 1ry = 15.8 (gray)

id 5 -0.1709 0.0289 IP wrt 1ry = 12.3 (~0.4 GeV)

short kink daughter

id 3 0.0050 -0.1310 IP wrt 1ry =122.7

min. kink angle 0.158

id3


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Result of momentum measurement (preliminary)

id 1 p = 17.0 GeV/c (TT)

id10 p = 4.0 (-2.3 ,+14.4) GeV/c (90%CL) (pl 33-56)

id 2 p = 8.8 (-5.5 ,+21.4) GeV/c (90%CL) (pl 33-53)

id 3 p = 5.5 (-3.8 ,+10.2) GeV/c (90%CL) (pl 33-56)

id 5 p = 0.4 (-0.3 , +1.3) GeV/c (90%CL) (pl 33-39)

id 8 gray, not reconstructed

Invariant mass (tracks 2 and 3)

K -K : 1.7 (+1.4 -0.4) GeV

pi-K : 1.6 (+1.5 -0.4) GeV

pi-pi : 1.4 (+1.5 -0.5) GeV

K -pi : 1.5 (+1.5 -0.4) GeV


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Event 234676119 in 87219: CC or NC?

 angle: Kalman -0.110 -0.092

Linear -0.114 -0.063

 momentum: 0.87 GeV/c


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 not found in CS and not found at the primary vertex

should we consider it as a NC?

VTX POS.: 20206.70 32517.10 -12668.10

Tracks angle and IP 0.0285 -0.0179 0.00

-0.3662 0.1468 3.80

-0.0367 0.5623 9.00


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127

Received bricks

Including:

ScanForth done for all the located events

Extendend TotalScan

20 plates downstream the primary vertex (~50% of the events)

Scanning load is twice wrt “only location”

10 bricks/week

5.3 bricks/week

Apr09

Jul08

Sep08

Jan09

Scanning capability for 2009 RUN

15 bricks/week (max) 12 bricks/week (steady) (only location)

10 bricks/week (steady) (including 20% SF and ex.tot.)

“only location” includes charm search: TS of 10 plates downstream


Opera 2008 run a report from the swiss scanning lab

Conclusions

124 events received

Analysis successfully completed for 110 events

101 neutrino interactions located in the ECC

3 charm candidates

Focus now on charm search: check stopping tracks with large IP wrt to the vertex

Scanning capability 10-15 bricks/week (500-750 in total)

We are ready for the 2x of the 2009 run!


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