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LCWS 2005 SLAC, March 19 Low Angle Bhabha Events and Electron Veto. Comparison Between Different Crossing Angle Designs. Vladimir Drugakov NC PHEP, Minsk/DESY Andrey Elagin JINR, Dubna. Motivation. Bhabha scattering: - e + + e - → e + + e - + (n γ )

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Lcws 2005 slac march 19 low angle bhabha events and electron veto

LCWS 2005SLAC, March 19Low Angle Bhabha Events and Electron Veto.

Comparison Between Different Crossing Angle Designs

Vladimir DrugakovNC PHEP, Minsk/DESY

Andrey ElaginJINR, Dubna


Motivation

Motivation

Bhabha scattering:

-e+ + e-→ e+ + e- + (nγ)

-∂σ/∂θ ~ 1/θ3 → high probability at very small angles

≡ BeamCal is the most hit sub-detector

Veto rate:

- incomplete reconstructed events will be vetoed

Incomplete reconstruction:

- kinematics, i.e.γ-radiation deflects particles

- reconstruction problem on top of the

beamstrahlung remnants

Study:

- Impact of Bhabha events on the veto rate for

different crossing angles


Motivation1

Motivation

Bhabha scattering:

-e+ + e-→e+ + e- + (nγ)

-∂σ/∂θ ~ 1/θ3 → high probability at very small angles

≡ BeamCal is the most hit sub-detector

Veto rate:

- incomplete reconstructed events will be vetoed

Incomplete reconstruction:

- kinematics, i.e.γ-radiation deflects particles

- reconstruction problem on top of the

beamstrahlung remnants

Study:

- Impact of bhabha events on veto rate for

different crossing angles


New particle searches

μ-

e-

~

μ-

χ0

μ+

Z0

~

μ+

e+

χ0

e-

e-

γ*

μ-

μ+

γ*

e+

e+

New Particle Searches

The Physics:

smuon pair production

Signature:

μ+ μ-+ missing energy

σ ~ 102 fb (SPS1a)

The Background:

two-photon events

Signature:

μ+ μ- + missing energy

(if electrons are not tagged)

σ ~ 106 fb

e+ + e-→ e++ e- + (nγ)

e+ + e-→μ+ + μ-→ μ++ μ- + χ0 + χ0

=

e+ + e-→ e++ e-+μ++ μ-

~

~

i.e. mimic two-photon event → to be vetoed


Motivation2

Motivation

Bhabha scattering:

-e+ + e-→ e+ + e- + (nγ)

-∂σ/∂θ ~ 1/θ3 → high probability at very small angles

≡ BeamCal is the most hit sub-detector

Veto rate:

- incomplete reconstructed events will be vetoed

Incomplete reconstruction:

- kinematics, i.e.γ-radiation deflects particles

- reconstruction problem on top of the

beamstrahlung remnants

Study:

- Impact of bhabha events on veto rate for

different crossing angles


Beamstrahlung remnants pairs

Beamstrahlung remnants. Pairs

BeamCal will be hit by beamstrahlung remnants carrying

about 20 TeV of energy per bunch crossing.

the distribution of this energy per bunch crossing at √s = 500GeV

100GeV electron on top of beamstrahlung

Severe background for electron recognition


Motivation3

Motivation

Bhabha scattering:

-e+ + e-→ e+ + e- + (nγ)

-∂σ/∂θ ~ 1/θ3 → high probability at very small angles

≡ BeamCal is the most hit sub-detector

Veto rate:

- incomplete reconstructed events will be vetoed

Incomplete reconstruction:

- kinematics, i.e.γ-radiation deflects particles

- reconstruction problem on top of the

beamstrahlung remnants

Study:

- impact of bhabha events on veto rate for

different crossing angles


Simulation procedure

Simulation Procedure

Geometry:

-3 designs

Generation:

-BHLUMI + TEEGG

4-momenta recalculation:

-Lorentz boost for finite X-angle designs

Tracking in magnetic field:

- GEANT4

Detection efficiency for each particle:

- parametrization routines

Calculation of probabilities:

- lost

- incomplete reconstruction ≡ veto

- full reconstruction


Geometry

IP

out

out

Z

in

in

B

Geometry

“blind area”


Simulation procedure1

Simulation Procedure

Benchmark geometry:

-3 designs

Generation:

-BHLUMI + TEEGG

4-momenta recalculation:

-Lorentz boost for finite X-angle designs

Tracking in magnetic field:

- GEANT4

Detection efficiency for each particle:

- parametrization routines

Calculation of probabilities:

- lost

- incomplete reconstruction ≡ veto

- full reconstruction


Bhabha generation

Bhabha generation

BHLUMI:

+ all topologies

- minimal angle > 0

TEEGG:

+ 1 particle in BCal

+ minimal angle ≈ 0

compensate

Selection

BHLUMI:

- both particles above BCal

TEEGG:

-1 particle in BCal


Simulation procedure2

Simulation Procedure

Benchmark geometry:

-3 designs

Generation:

-BHLUMI + TEEGG

4-momenta recalculation:

-Lorentz boost for finite X-angle designs

Tracking in magnetic field:

- GEANT4

Detection efficiency for each particle:

- parametrization routines

Calculation of probabilities:

- lost

- incomplete reconstruction ≡ veto

- full reconstruction


Simulation procedure3

Simulation Procedure

Benchmark geometry:

-3 designs

Generation:

-BHLUMI + TEEGG

4-momenta recalculation:

-Lorentz boost for finite X-angle designs

Tracking in magnetic field:

- GEANT4

Detection efficiency for each particle:

- parametrization routines

Calculation of probabilities:

- lost

- incomplete reconstruction ≡ veto

- full reconstruction


Simulation procedure4

Simulation Procedure

Benchmark geometry:

-3 designs

Generation:

-BHLUMI + TEEGG

4-momenta recalculation:

-Lorentz boost for finite X-angle designs

Tracking in magnetic field:

- GEANT4

Detection efficiency for each particle:

- parametrization routines

Calculation of probabilities:

- lost

- incomplete reconstruction ≡ veto

- full reconstruction


Electron recognition efficiency s 500gev

Electron Recognition Efficiency -- √s = 500GeV

Fake rate is less then 1%

cells are colored when

the efficiency is less then 90%

chain of towers at φ = 90°

(the most affected)

Recognition efficiency are parametrized as function of:

- electron energy

- pairs energy density


Simulation procedure5

Simulation Procedure

Geometry:

-3 designs

Generation:

-BHLUMI + TEEGG

4-momenta recalculation:

-Lorentz boost for finite X-angle designs

Tracking in magnetic field:

- GEANT4

Detection efficiency for each particle:

- parametrization routines

Calculation of probabilities:

- lost

- incomplete reconstruction ≡ veto

- full reconstruction


Results

Results

Note:

- Energy cut = 150GeV

- energy resolution is not included

Conclusions:

- appreciable contribution to veto rate

- 2 mrad scheme: insignificant rise

- 20 mrad scheme: rise by a factor of 2


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