Sep. 1, 2007 JPARC TREK Collaboration meeting at Saskatchewan. Tracking(1) K p 2 decay-in-flight BG simulation. K. Horie Osaka University. Simple estimation of K p 2 BG fraction.
JPARC TREK Collaboration meeting at Saskatchewan
Fraction of Kp2 decay-in-flight in the target is BR(Kp2)/BR(Km3) * decay probability ~ * (1.- exp (target radius / bgct) ) ~1.
momentum of Kp2 p+ 205MeV/c; b= 0.84
bgct ~ 100cm
target radius ~ 10cm
1- exp(-10/100) ~ 0.1
The number of Kp2 decay-in-flight in the target is comparable to the number of Km3 events
MC simulation (GEANT3) for Kp2 BG rejection (1) fiber size
(2) target thickness
(3) Kp2 BG fraction
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Source of Kp2 BG(1)scatter in the spectrometer(2)dif in the spectrometer can be rejected by installing C0.
(3)dif before C0
… to be rejected by target fiber.
Maximum energy deposit in 1 fiber (MeV)
Energy deposit in each fiber (MeV)
2 different type of ADC or amplifier are needed.
total energy deposit (MeV)
number of hit fiber
LFiber size and spatial resolution of K+ stopping position
rdiff =true – measured
open : method 1 (using 1 fiber info.)
closed: method 2 (using 2 fibers info.)K+ stopping position was obtained to be 0.07cm in RMS.
K+ stop. pos. (hit-fit) (cm)
0.12 cm in RMS
0.07 cm in RMS
Kp2 BG could be rejected by target diff. cut.
Br(Km3)* Ω(Km3)Results of Kp2 BG fraction
event survive factor for target diff. cut
red: 5cm radius
blue: 3 cm radius
The number of Kp2 decay-in-flight in the target is comparable to the number of Kmu3 events