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Presented at the ECFA meeting in Valencia. How to optimize the ILC energy for measuring ZH. Philip Bambade, François Richard LAL/Orsay. Introduction. TESLA scenario for ZH(120): 500 fb-1 at √s= 350 GeV (the top threshold) Here we suggest that running at √s~MH+110

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how to optimize the ilc energy for measuring zh

Presented at the ECFA meeting in Valencia

How to optimize the ILC energy for measuring ZH

Philip Bambade, François Richard

LAL/Orsay

F. Richard ILC Beijing Feb. 2007

introduction
Introduction
  • TESLA scenario for ZH(120): 500 fb-1 at √s=350 GeV (the top threshold)
  • Here we suggest that running at √s~MH+110

is more adequate since one has:

- s(HZ) twice larger if MH=120 GeV

- the recoil mass resolution for Hµµ is 4 times better

  • Also, while it seems much more useful to operate at

√s=500 GeV for ttH, ZHH and new physics, this energy seems inadequate for measuring Higgs mass and branching ratios

F. Richard ILC Beijing Feb. 2007

running at 350 gev
Running at 350 GeV
  • TESLA TDR at 350 GeV:

sMh=1.5 GeV in Hµµ

  • sMh ~ p(2ECMp-Mz²)

p=momentum of the muon

  • At 230 GeV ~4 times better
  • Similar gains are observed

in the hadronic mode

F. Richard ILC Beijing Feb. 2007

running at 230 gev
Running at 230 GeV
  • Fast rising of sHZ

Objections:

  • Undulator requires

beam energy>150 GeV ?

To be checked

  • How does L vary with s ?
  • Beamstrahlung

F. Richard ILC Beijing Feb. 2007

beamstrahlung
Beamstrahlung
  • Formula where x=E/E0 at the beam level
  • There is a ‘hard-core’ with a0 ~0.5 at

500 GeV a0 increases at lower energy

  • -> With a better momentum resolution

there is always improvement

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how does l vary with e
How does L vary with E?
  • L can be maintained ~constant between 350 and 230 GeV provided d is taken constant:
  • If N is constant (particles/bunch) Pelectrical goes like Ecm
  • d constant means more focusing in x and/or shorter bunches
  • Seems possible, but is it optimum for recoil mass?
  • The answer is yes optimizing on L(a0)²

F. Richard ILC Beijing Feb. 2007

the needle plot
The ‘needle’ plot

Rec. Mass 350 GeV

in Hµµ 230 GeV

  • LDC d(1/p)<510-5 GeV-1
  • BS, ISR, FSR included
  • Same BS for both Ecm
  • NB: Eb stability <1-210-4

needed 350(230) GeV

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invisible decays
Invisible decays
  • Present in many BSM scenarios: SUSY, Higher dimensions

etc…

  • Very large discovery potential for ILC
  • Best sensitivity using recoil to Zhad
  • DEjet=AEjet A=0.3 assumed (not yet realistic since Emax=150 GeV at √s=350 GeV due to asymmetric decays)

F. Richard ILC Beijing Feb. 2007

lhc ilc
LHC/ILC
  • LHC covers a much more restricted domain and cannot measure the mass if the Higgs decays invisibly

F. Richard ILC Beijing Feb. 2007

conclusions
Conclusions

If Mh=120 GeV, there are many good reasons to run at ~230 GeV:

  • Maximum cross section
  • Best possible precision on Mh (the ‘needle’ plot), Gh and BRinv
  • We should therefore see what are the limitations on the Machine side
  • Detector performances are essential

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slide11

Main Inputs

  • Ref below gives the details of this analysis

http://esgard.lal.in2p3.fr/Project/Activities/Current/

Networking/N2/ELAN/Documents/2007/

  • Use of Chen/Yokoya parametrization checked against Guinea Pig
  • Use of an BS spectrum at 230 GeV with twice more focusing in x and 1.5 shorter bunches
  • Use an LDC momentum resolution and take into account asymmetric decays
  • Use a realistic ZZg background

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checks on bs
Checks on BS

Pisin Chen/ Yokoya

checked against

Guinea Pig

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control of systematics for h
Control of systematics for Hµµ
  • Beam Energy /E<10-3 stability <210-4
  • Twice tighter at 350 GeV
  • Momentum calibration at Z pole
  • BS through acollinear e+e-

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study of the process e e zh l l x using full detector simulation and event reconstruction

Study of the processe+e- Zh l+l- X using full detector simulation and event reconstruction

M. Ohlerich, A. Raspiareza, W. Lohmann

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slide15

L = 500 fb-1

mrecoil = 120.245±0.0162 GeV

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