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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Particle Detectors for CollidersCalorimeters

Robert S. Orr

University of Toronto


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Generic Detector

  • Layers of Detector Systems around Collision Point

R.S. Orr 2009 TRIUMF Summer Institute


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Scintillators

charged particle

photons

  • atom

  • molecule

  • lattice

  • Charged particle passing through matter distorts

  • Relaxation of distortion – light emitted

Successive

excitation & emission

– different λphotons

  • Emitted photon may – excite another molecule

eachstep

whole chain

  • Very fast – good timing resolution


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

  • Can be extremely efficient

~ 100 photoelectrons per cm.

  • Spatial resolution ~ size of scintillator ~10s cm

Scintillating fibres

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Why are scintillators transparent to emitted light?

  • Stokes shift

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Wavelength Shifting

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Photomultiplier

number of stages

  • Fast

  • Low noise

  • High gain

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

PM Sensitivity

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Modern Photodetectors

  • Micro-channel plates

  • Multi-anode pm

  • Hybrid pm

  • Visible light photon counters

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Electromagnetic Showers

Number of particles after

Average energy

At the critical energy

assume this is max depth

incident

Converts to 2 electrons

shower grows as ln E

linear energy measurement

Each electrons will have emitted a brems photon of energy

resolution improves with energy

Now have 4 particles energy

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Monte Carlo Simulation of an EM Shower

Calc

Put b=0.5

Get a from

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

“b” is sort of material independent

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Transverse Shower Profile

  • Shower Broadens as it develops

    • Pair

    • Brems

    • Compton

    • Multiple Coulomb

  • Shower Broadens as it develops

    • dense central core

    • spreading with depth

  • Moliére Radius

  • Like radiation length, Moliére radius scales for different materials

  • In terms of Moliére radius, shower width is roughly independent of material - 90% of energy in

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Comparison of Hadronic & Electromagnetic Showers

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Hadronic Calorimeters

  • Strong (nuclear) interaction cascade

  • Similar to EM shower

hadronic interaction length

  • Energy Resolution

  • shower fluctuations

  • leakage of energy

hadronic calorimeter

nearly always sampling calorimeters

  • invisible energy loss mechanisms

  • Shower length

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Sampling Calorimeter

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Hadronic Lateral Shower Profile

  • Hadronic shower much broader than EM

Fe

  • Mean hadronic versus MCS

Fe

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Hadronic Shower Longitudinal Development

ZEUS

Uranium/Scint

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Lateral Scaling with Material

90% containment does not scale

core scales

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Calorimeter Energy Resolution

sampling and shower fluctuations

energy

number of samples

energy deposited in a sampling step

stochastic term

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Calorimeter Energy Resolution

e.g. # of photo-electrons in PM, ion pairs in liquid argon

counting statics in sensor system

mean # of photo-electrons in PM per unit of incident energy

this term is usually negligible

shower leakage fluctuations – make calorimeter as deep as $$ allow

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Calorimeter Energy Resolution

  • important for low level signal

  • liquid argon electronics

  • detector capacitance

noise - detector or electronics

N channels with some intrinsic noise

noise (energy)

deposited energy

behaviour

increases with number of channels summed over

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Calorimeter Energy Resolution

  • constant in E

inter - calibration uncertainty of channels

  • fractional channel to channel gain uncertainty

  • spatial in-homogeneity of detector energy response

  • dead space

  • temperature variation

  • radiation damage

  • all these influence spatial variation of effective energy response

constant

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Calorimeter non-uniformity

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Generic Detector

  • Layers of Detector Systems around Collision Point

R.S. Orr 2009 TRIUMF Summer Institute


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Semi-empirical model of hadron shower development

hadronic part

electromagnetic part

radiation length

interaction length

- significant amount of material in front of calorimeter (magnet coil etc.)

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

More Rules of Thumb for the Hobbyist

  • Mixtures in sampling calorimeters

  • Shower maximum

active + passive material

  • 95% Longitudinal containment

  • 95% Lateral containment

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Typical Calorimeter Resolutions

  • Homogeneous EM (crystal, glass)

CLEO, Crystal Ball, Belle, CMS.....

  • Sampling EM (Pb/Scint, Pb/LAr)

CDF, ZEUS, ALEPH, ATLAS.....

  • Non-compensating HAD (Fe/Scint, Fe/LAr)

CDF,ATLAS,H1, LEP = everyone

  • Compensating HAD (DU/Scint)

ZEUS, HELIOS

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Invisible Energy in Hadronic Showers

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Difference in Response to Electrons and Hadrons

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Effect of e/h on Energy Resolution

Resolution tail

Fe/Scint

DU/Scint

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Effect of e/h on Linearity

Fe/Scint

DU/Scint

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Weighting to Correct for e/h

Energy resolution does not improve

Weight down EM part of shower

tune

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Jet Energy Resolution

Jet-jet Mass Resolution

Fluctuations between EM and Hadronic component in jets will degrade the energy resolution for jets

Effects other than e/h dominate the 2-jet mass resoluton

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Jet-Jet Mass Resolutions

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Conceptual Readout Schemes

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

ZEUS Forward Calorimeter

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Generic Detector

  • Layers of Detector Systems around Collision Point

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

LArCalorimetry

  • Five different detector technologies

  • Calorimetry coverage to

SM Higgs Discovery Potential

EM Calorimeter

Hadronic & Forward

Calorimeters

EM Calorimeter

WW Fusion

Tag jets in Forward Cal


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

LAr Calorimeter Technology Overview

  • Design Goals Technology

    • EM Calorimeters ( ) and Presampler ( )

    • Hadronic Endcap ( )

    • Forward Calorimeter ( )

Lead/Copper-Kapton/Liquid Argon Accordion Structure

Copper/Copper-Kapton/Liquid Argon Plate Structure

Tungsten/Copper/Liquid Argon Paraxial RodStructure


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

LAr and Tile Calorimeters

Tile barrel

Tile extended barrel

LAr hadronic

end-cap (HEC)

LAr EM end-cap (EMEC)

LAr EM barrel

LAr forward calorimeter (FCAL)


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Electromagnetic Barrel

Barrel Module Schematic

with presampler

Half Barrel Assembly

  • 2x16 modules

  • I.R/O.R 1470/2000 mm

  • 22 - 33

  • 3 longitudinal samples

  • presampler

  • 64 gaps /module

  • 2.1 mm gap

  • 2x3100 mm long

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Electromagnetic Endcap

  • 2x8 modules

  • Diam. 4000 mm

  • 22 - 37

  • 3 longitudinal samples

  • Front sampling of 6

  • for ,  - strips.

  • 96 gaps /module outer wheel

  • 32 gaps/module inner wheel

  • 2.8 - 0.9 mm gap outer

  • 3.1-1.8 mm inner

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

AccordionStructure

Pb Absorber

  • Honeycomb spacer

  • &

  • Cu/Kapton electrode

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Prototype of EM endcap

Detail of Kaptons

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

ATLAS FCAL

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Pictures of assembly process

Pictures of assembly process


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

LAr Forward Calorimeters

  • FCAL C assembly into tube – Fall 2003


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

ATLAS HEC Structure

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Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Hadronic Endcap Calorimeter (HEC)

Front Wheel

Rear Wheel

Wheel Assembly

Composed of 2 wheels per end

Front wheel: 67 t 25 mm Cu plates

Back wheel: 90 t 50 mm Cu plates


Oct 2002

Oct 2002


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Electromagnetic Endcap


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Hadronic Endcap


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

HEC – FCAL Assembly


Particle detectors for colliders calorimeters

Lar Endcap Installed in ATLAS


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