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CMS Zero Degree Calorimeters. Laura Stiles University of Kansas 23 August 2008. Experiment Introduction CMS Experiment at the LHC. The Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) Experiment is one of the 4 large experiments of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. Experiment Introduction CMS Coverage.

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CMS Zero Degree Calorimeters

Laura Stiles

University of Kansas

23 August 2008


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Experiment IntroductionCMS Experiment at the LHC

The Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) Experiment is one of the 4 large experiments of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN


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Experiment IntroductionCMS Coverage

  • Nearly complete angular coverage allows study of wide range of forward physics

  • TOTEM will measure total cross section + multiplicity detectors in front of ZDC


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Experiment IntroductionCMS Zero Degree Calorimeter (ZDC)

  • Measure neutrons and photons in Pb-Pb and p-p collisions

  • Identical ZDCs at +/- 140m of the collision point

140 m

Each ZDC located in TAN absorber


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ZDC Design

Tungsten to stop beam:

Kinetic energy of N,  produces a shower of charged particles which make Čerenkovlight in fibers

N,

EM has 5 horizontal towers

HAD section has 4 longitudinal towers


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PhysicsZDC Physics Goals

Measuring Reaction Centrality

  • ZDC measures spectator neutrons of

    Heavy Ions

Heavy Ion Data from RHIC


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PhysicsZDC Physics Goals

Triggering on Ultra-peripheral Collisions (UPC)

  • UPCs are electromagnetic collisions of the heavy-ions when passing ~20 fm away from each other

When V = ~C , flux lines collapse traverse to motion

  • Interesting photon-nucleus and photon-photon studies accessible

At 90o field is 2750 times stronger

(two Pb ions passing at 20 fm → 2 x 10^20 gauss)


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PhysicsZDC Physics Goals

Diffractive Physics

  • Quasi-elastic (aka "diffractive") collisions characterized by:

    • (i) forward (leading) proton (surviving the interaction),

    • (ii) large rapidity gaps, void of hadronic production.

  • TOTEM Roman-Pots can be used to tag forward protons from diffractive interactions

  • ZDC can tag or veto (neutral) hadronic activity beyond ~8.1 → very valuable to extend rapidity-gap coverage in CMS


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TestingZDC Beam Tests

  • No injection at LHC → no data except 2006 and 2007 beam tests

Hadronic Section

EM Section


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Response to Positrons

Resolution agrees with simulation. A.S.Ayan et al., CMS IN2006/28

EM right

EM left

50 GeV

Number of Events

~12 %

EM2

Signal


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Response to Hadrons

HAD vs EM

Hadronic Signal

300 GeV

EM Signal

21.5%

(The energy resolution was obtained by Landau fit)


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Current StatusZDC Installation and Testing

  • Right and Left ZDC installed in TAN

  • Laser injection system used to debug electronics chain

  • Currently, we are working on integrating the ZDC into the CMS system

  • Injection of CCW beam September 10th

    • ZDC should see photons from beam gas collision


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Current StatusZDC Beam Tuning

  • Luminosity Monitoring

    • Van der Meer Scans to obtain relative luminosity measurements

    • ZDC information will be used with other LHC detectors

This was used at RHIC to get measurement to 5%. CMS will use the forward calorimeter, ZDC and other detectors to make a 2% measurement.


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Summary

  • ZDCs help meet very important CMS goals:

    • Luminosity (p-p, Pb-Pb),

    • Heavy-ions physics (centrality, triggering: UPC, ...),

    • Diffractive/forward physics (extended rapidity-gap, ...)

  • Beam tests showed acceptable performance

  • ZDCs are installed, debugged and being integrated to CMS

  • Next step will be LHC beam tuning with aid from ZDC

  • One proton beam will be circulating September 10th



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ZDC Acceptance

  • CMS ZDCs are located 10x further from interaction point than RHIC ZDCs, but beam is 30x more energetic at LHC

  • CMS ZDC has 9x greater acceptance (3x in Px and 3x in Py)


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Acceptance for spectator neutrons

Beam crossing angle shifts Px acceptance away from zero

• neutron

• proton

KE=200MeV

Py

MeV/c

RHIC 62GeV

RHIC 200GeV

CMS 5.3TeV


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Current StatusZDC Beam Tuning

EM section is sensitive to p-p bremsstrahlung with Ephoton>20GeV

X

Luminosity is proportional to rate of coincidence

Crossing angle tan()=(Xleft -Xright)/240m

Average X = Xleft +Xright

Z of interaction = c* (Tleft -Tright)

For pHe √S = 100GeV so ZDCs should see something


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