HAMC = H all A M onte C arlo. C. Contributors: Dustin McNulty, Diancheng Wang. ROOT / C++ Design Somewhat like “SAMC” & “genercone” For HRS only. Uses LeRose transfer functions. Abstract classes: Experiment, Physics, Target
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Contributors: Dustin McNulty, Diancheng Wang
A. Deur, V. Sulkosy
D. Lhuillier, K. Paschke, B. Moffit
or matrices, or “Guido” fcn.
thanks, John LeRose
Was used to check where electrons scrape; e.g. not in iron of dipole ?
Shown here for Lead
Yes, well enough for our goals.
A problem:Radiative tail out to high loss is underestimated. Use “effective target” size to adjust (reduce) predicted rates.
This was done for HAPPEX-1, HAPPEX-2, and a Lead test run
(using old septum magnet)
1% @ ~1 GeV
Suppressing A_T systematics
Aligned in spectrometers to define identical Left / Right scattering angles as well as good up / down symmetry
to block Be
Measures horizontal A_T systematic.
(Vertical is measured from Left/Right spectrometers)
Few more holes drilled to improve coverage and accuracy.
C. J. Horowitz