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GE1/1-III GEM Cluster S ize and Resolution S tudies with the FNAL Beam T est D ata. Aiwu Zhang , Vallary Bhopatkar, Marcus Hohlmann Florida Institute of Technology CMS GEM workshop IX 14-18/07/2014. Outline. Current data analysis status from the FNAL beam test

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Ge1 1 iii gem cluster s ize and resolution s tudies with the fnal beam t est d ata

GE1/1-III GEM Cluster Size and ResolutionStudies with the FNAL Beam Test Data

Aiwu Zhang, Vallary Bhopatkar, Marcus Hohlmann

Florida Institute of Technology

CMS GEM workshop IX

14-18/07/2014


Outline

Outline

  • Current data analysis status from the FNAL beam test

  • Cluster size (number of strips in a cluster) studies

  • Resolution results

  • Summary and next plans

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Fnal beam test data analysis status

FNAL beam test data analysis status

  • Finished basic characteristics: cluster charge distributions, gain curve, detection efficiency, etc.

  • Implemented spatial resolution study method in polar coordinates.

  • This talk presents the cluster size studies and resolution results, with HV scan data in middle-sector 5 and position scan data in middle position of each sector. Note analog pulse information are decoded from APV chips.

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Mean cluster sizes with different thresholds

Mean cluster sizes with different thresholds

HV scan in middle sector 5

Position scan in middle sectors at 3250V

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F raction of different cluster sizes hv scan in middle sector 5

Fraction of different cluster sizes – HV scan in middle-sector 5

4σ threshold

3σ threshold

5σ threshold

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F raction of different cluster sizes hv scan in middle sector 51

Fraction of different cluster sizes – HV scan in middle-sector 5

N=1

N=2

N=3

N=4

N>=5

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Fraction of different cluster sizes middle sector position scan 3250v

Fraction of different cluster sizes – middle-sector position scan (3250V)

4σ threshold

3σ threshold

5σ threshold

  • Majority of the events have cluster size 2 and 3.

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F raction for different cluster sizes middle sector position scan 3250v

Fraction for different cluster sizes – middle-sector position scan (3250V)

N=1

N=2

N=3

N=4

N>=5

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Spatial resolution study method

Spatial resolution study -- method

  • We study resolution in polar coordinates (φ) due to the trapezoidal shape and radial strips. We use the vertex as origin and align the trackers by finding the X, Y offsets. (rotation of the GEM is also taken into account, not shown here.)

vertex

9.94°

Y offset

tracker

Eta5

X offset

Step 2. Fix a Y offset, loop over X offset with a step 1mm; we find another pair of (X,Y) from the minimal of the parabola of residual sigma.

Step 1. Fix an X offset, loop over Y offset with a step 0.2mm; we get a pair of (X,Y) by requiring residual mean equals to 0.

We assume that any misalignment will shift peak of residual distribution away from zero and give larger residual width (or make distribution wider)

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Ge1 1 iii gem residual distributions

GE1/1-III GEM Residual distributions

σ=138μrad

σ=110μrad

Exclusive residual

Inclusive residual

Exclusive (inclusive) residuals at 3250V in sector 5 (from HV scan data)

Cluster size in GEM and trackers all >0.

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Resolution results behavior in detail

Resolution results – behavior in detail

Resolution vs. HV in middle-sector 5

Resolution vs. sector at 3250V

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Strip non linear response study motivation

Strip non-linear response study -- motivation

  • Centroid position distribution from COG method (in middle-sector 5).

N=2

N=3

  • From the centroid position distributions of fixed cluster sizes N=2 and 3, we observe that they have apparent bumps around each strip. For N=2, the positions in the middle of two neighboring strips; for N=3 the positions in the strip. (note we define the position of a strip in its center.)

  • This brings us to study the non-linear strip response of charge distribution on position reconstruction, and hence to flat these distributions.

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Strip non linear response study method

Strip non-linear response study -- method

h(η2) distribution

h(η3)

distribution

Correction function

for 3-strip events

Correction function

for 2-strip events

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Cluster position distributions before and after correction

Cluster position distributions before and after correction

HV scan data @ 3250V

N=2

Before correction

After correction

N=3

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Strip response functions

Strip response functions

HV scan on middle sector 5

N=3

N=4

N=2

Position scan

at 3250V

N=3

N=4

N=2

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Resolution results hv scan before and after position correction

Resolution results (HV scan)before and after position correction

All valid events with cluster sizes 2,3,4

N=2

N=3

N=4

Resolution is not improved after position correction with HV scan data!

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Resolution results position scan before and after position correction

Resolution results (position scan)before and after position correction

N=2

All valid events with cluster sizes 2,3 and 4

N=3

N=4

Resolution is not improved after position correction with position scan data!

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Summary

Summary

  • Most of the clusters have sizes no more than 5.

  • Spatial resolution is on the order of 120μrad.

  • We don’t observe improvement on resolution after applying cluster position correction.

  • What else can be done with these data (HV scan, position scan in middle sectors):

  • Study details of cluster size distributions using VFAT-like strip hits.

  • Apply position correction a second time to flatten position distributions even more and to see if resolution could be improved.

  • Study resolution with different thresholds.

  • What needs to be done with other data:

  • We also performed two position scans with the detector tilted by 7degrees from normal incidence. The effect of the inclination needs to be studied.

THANKS!

A. Zhang et al., GE1/1-III GEM Studies with FNAL Beam Test Data, GEM workshop IX


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