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Where is the Detection Limit?

Mattias Eliasson ; Anders Furufors ; Linnea Glasell Johansson ; Thomas Lundqvist ; Jens Roderus
Göteborg : Chalmers tekniska högskola, 2016. 55 s.
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This report investigates the detection eciency of the experimental setup LAND/R3B. This is done through Monte Carlo simulations. The simulation software geant4, via the wrapper program ggland, is used with the reconstruction tool land/r3b-tracker. Beams of di erent isotopes of carbon, boron and beryllium, produced by reactions of parent isotopes 16C, 17C and 18C, were simulated passing through the setup. The land/r3b-tracker reconstructs the nuclear masses and momentum 4-vectors of the ions from the data acquired by the detectors. The eciency is determined assuming the nuclear masses follow a normal distribution. Events that fell inside the distribution were considered correctly reconstructed. The detection eciency is the quotient of the correctly reconstructed events and the total number of simulated events. It was found that this eciency depends on several variables, where the geometry of the detectors is one. The detector GFI2 (Groer FIberdetektor 2) was found to be the detector that has the lowest acceptance. The addition of transverse momentum to the ions was also found to a ect the eciency.



Publikationen registrerades 2017-01-13.

CPL ID: 246874

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