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LHC – New era ? Large Hadron Collider (protons + protons). C.H. Wang/nuu. Outline. What is LHC? CERN Accelerator Recent News of LHC History of Particle Physics What Comes from LHC Summary. Budget/Size/Man Power/Fact. The largest machine in the world... Circumference : 26659 m

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outline
Outline
  • What is LHC?
  • CERN Accelerator
  • Recent News of LHC
  • History of Particle Physics
  • What Comes from LHC
  • Summary
budget size man power fact
Budget/Size/Man Power/Fact
  • The largest machine in the world...
  • Circumference : 26659 m
  • Cost: 3 billion Euro (machine only)/6.0 billion (~15% detector)
  • The fastest racetrack on the planet...
  • v = 99.9999991c  7 TeV per proton
  • The emptiest space in the Solar System...
  • The internal pressure of the LHC is 10-13 atm, ten times less than the pressure on the Moon!
slide4
The hottest spots in the galaxy, but even colder than outer space...
  • When two beams of protons collide, they will generate temperatures more than 100 000 times hotter than the heart of the Sun.
  • The \'cryogenic distribution system\', which circulates superfluid helium around the accelerator ring, keeps the LHC at a super cool temperature of -271.3°C (1.9 K) – even colder than outer space!
slide5
The biggest and most sophisticated detectors ever built...
  • Detector (scientists):

CMS (2000), ATLAS(2000), ALICE(1000), LHCb(700)

  • 600 million collisions per second
  • The most powerful supercomputer system in the world...
  • The data recorded by each of the big experiments at the LHC will fill around 100 000 dual layer DVDs every year.

 GRID

first week of lhc http public web cern ch public
First Week of LHChttp://public.web.cern.ch/public/
  • LHC started the beams on 10 September.
  • On 18 September 2008, LHC successfully got beams around the ring in both directions on the first day with several hundred orbits being achieved.
  • The next step in the commissioning process is to bring in the radio-frequency (RF) system that keeps the beams bunched, rather than spreading out around the ring, and will eventually accelerate them to 7 TeV.
  • Next: To collide the beams !
last week of lhc
Last Week of LHC
  • Geneva, 23 September 2008. Investigations at CERN1 following a large helium leak into sector 3-4 of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) tunnel have indicated that the most likely cause of the incident was a faulty electrical connection between two of the accelerator’s magnets.
  • Before a full understanding of the incident can be established, however, the sector has to be brought to room temperature and the magnets involved opened up for inspection. This will take three to four weeks.
  • Restart the accelerator complex to early spring 2009. LHC beams will then follow.
history of particle physics
History of Particle Physics
  • What are the Elementary Constituents of Matter?
  • What are the forces that control their behaviour at

the most basic level?

1930 1950
1930 - 1950
  • electron/proton/neutron/neutrino/photon…..
  • anti-matter

Proposed in 1928 and discovered in 1932:

positrons (balloon flight) – Carl Anderson , PR43, 491 (1933)

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Neutron discovered by James Chadwick /1932
  • Fermi theory of beta decay n -> p+ + e-+ νe /1933

(Weak Interaction)

  • Yukawa’s meson hypothesis on nuclear force /1935
  • m(muon) lepton discovered by Carl Anderson /1937 (Yukawa?)
  • Charged p meson discovered p+ -> m+ +nm/1946
  • Neutral p meson discovered po -> g +g/1950
slide12
By 1950
  • QED (Quantum Electrodynamics) -- quantum theory of electrodynamics. Charged particles interact via exchange of photons.

Richard Feymann/ Julian Schwinger/ Tomonaga

slide13
In 1947 kaons were discovered in the cosmic rays. At first, people thought kaons should have decayed to pions relatively rapidly. But this was not the case. And scientists did think this strange. And so the kaon was assigned a property called "strange."
  • Discovery of

anti-proton in 1955.

  • In 1956, neutrino was detected directly.

e  p  e+ + n

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S0

po

L+

D-

Do

K-

D+

W-

p-

p

p+

D++

K0

K+

W h a t a j u n g l e !

slide15
From Fermi Lab:

http://www-donut.fnal.gov/web_pages/standardmodelpg/TheStandardModel.html

  • -1956-57 Tsung-Dao Lee and Chen Ning Yang propose parity non-conservation in certain sub-atomic processes, which is confirmed by experimentalist Chien-Shiung Wu
slide16
-1962 The first experimental observation of the muon neutrino
  • -1964 Quarks are proposed by Murray Gell-Mann and George Zweig
  • -1964W- was discovered.
  • -1967 Steven Weinberg, Sheldon Glashow (collaboration) and Abdus Salam (independent) create the electro-weak theory, unifying the electromagnetic and weak nuclear force (they win Nobel prizes in 1979)
  • -1970-73 Standard model of particle physics is developed (QCD)
  • -1974 The charmed quark is observed
  • -1975 Evidence of the tau lepton is found
  • -1977 Experimenters find proof of the bottom quark
slide17

Belle Detector

Aerogel Cherenkov cnt.

n=1.015~1.030

SC solenoid

1.5T

3.5 GeVe+

CsI(Tl)

16X0

TOF conter

8 GeVe-

Central Drift Chamber

small cell +He/C2H6

Si vtx. det.

3/4 lyr. DSSD

m / KL detection

14/15 lyr. RPC+Fe

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-1983 Carlo Rubbia discovers the W and Z bosons, mediators of the weak-force
  • -1994 Planning for LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at CERN begins
  • -1995 Evidence for the top quark, the final undiscovered quark, is found at Fermilab
  • -2000 The tau neutrino, the last piece to the standard model, (with the exceptopm of the higgs particle) is observed at Fermilab
slide20

Size: 46 m long, 25 m high and 25 m wide. The ATLAS detector is the largest volume particle detector ever constructed.

Weight: 7000 tonnes

Size: 21 m long, 15 m wide and 15 m high.

Weight: 12 500 tonnes

the standard model of particle physics electroweak strong
The Standard Model of Particle Physics (Electroweak + Strong)
  • Fundamental Particles: quarks & leptons
  • In weak decays, quarks will change flavors. (quark mixing)
  • Source of the mass: Higgs Boson
proton proton collision lhc
Proton-Proton Collision (LHC)
  • What is our plan?

Search for Higgs!

H -> Z0 Z0 / Z0 -> l+l-

  • What is our dream?

New Particles!

Clues for new physics!

summary
Summary
  • LHC successfully ejects and maintain the beams inside the beam pipe.
  • Maintenance is a challenge issue.
  • Plan to collide beams middle next year.
  • Hope for the unexpected results!
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