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H1 forward muon spectrometer at the Hera collider.

John Paul Sutton

H1 forward muon spectrometer at the Hera collider.

by John Paul Sutton

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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English


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Manchester thesis (Ph.D.), Department of Physics.

ContributionsDepartment of Physics.
The Physical Object
Pagination120p.
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19519020M

2 The HERA collider and the H1 and ZEUS ex-periments forward muon spectrometer which improves the measurement of high-momentum muons in the forward direction. Both experiments use the bremsstrahlung process, ep→ epγ, to measure the luminosity delivered by HERA. The cross-section for this process can be calculated. ZEUS was a particle detector that operated on the HERA (Hadron Elektron Ring Anlage) particle accelerator at DESY, began running together with HERA in and was functional until HERA was decommissioned in June The scientific collaboration behind ZEUS consisted of about physicists from 56 institutes in 17 countries.. The ZEUS detector comprised many components, .

  By the time HERA was started up, a research team from the LPI had assembled and adjusted a suite of equipment for the luminosity monitor of the H1 detector, shown schematically in Fig. 5. The ET33 counter for detecting electrons comprised the assembly of 40 Cherenkov moduli, while the photon detector (PD) consisted of 25 moduli, and a system. Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, experiment at the International Space Station Compact Muon Spectrometer, experiment at the LHC. cMSSM. Constrained Minimal SuperSymmetric Model ep collider at DESY in Hamburg, de-commissioned in HERMES. Experiment at HERA.

QCD physics in Atlas at the Large Hadron Collider J. Proudfoot Jet production in deep inelastic scattering at HERA M.R. Sutton (for the ZEUS and H1 Collaborations) Jets and Prompt Photons in Photoproduction at HERA G. Grindhammer (for the H1 and ZEUS Collaborations) Photon and jet physics at the Collider Detector at Fermilab. HERA is the e — p collider now under construction at DESY, Hamburg. It will provide collisions between 30 GeV electrons and GeV protons and is expected to become operational by Two detectors have been approved for data taking at HERA, H1 and ZEUS. A schematic layout of ZEUS is .


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The forward proton spectrometer is part of the H1 detector at the HERA collider. Protons with energies above GeV and polar angles below 1 mrad can be detected by this spectrometer. The main detector components are scintillating fiber detectors read out by position-sensitive photo-multipliers.

These detectors are housed in so-called Roman. The H1 detector started taking data at the electron-proton collider HERA in the beginning of In HERA 30 GeV electrons collide with GeV H1 forward muon spectrometer at the Hera collider.

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Sutton. In HERA 30 GeV electrons collide with GeV protons giving a strong boost of the centre-of-mass system in the direction of the proton, also called the forward region. For the detection of high momentum muons in this region a muon spectrometer has been constructed, consisting of six drift chamber planes, three either side of a toroidal magnet.

The very forward proton spectrometer, VFPS, is a component of the H1 detector at the HERA collider. Scattered protons emitted with a polar angle less than 1 mrad and carrying a fractional energy 1.

The very forward proton spectrometer, VFPS, is a component of the H1 detector at the HERA collider. Scattered protons emitted with a polar angle less than 1 mrad and carrying a fractional energy 1 − x P,   The forward proton spectrometer is part of the H1 detector at the HERA collider.

Protons with energies above GeV and polar angles below 1 mrad can be detected by this spectrometer. The main detector components are scintillating fiber detectors read out by position-sensitive photo-multipliers. These detectors are housed in so-called Roman Pots which allow them to.

General aspects of the H1 detector at the electron-proton storage ring HERA as well as technical descriptions of the magnet, luminosity system, trigger, slow-control, data acquisition and off-line data handling are given.

The three major components of the detector, the tracking, calorimeter and muon detectors, will be described in a forthcoming article. BibTeX @MISC{Esch00theh1, author = {P. Van Esch and F. Büsser and K. Geske and O. Karschnik and F. Niebergall and H. Riege and J. Schütt and R. Van Staa C.

Wittek}, title = {The H1 Forward Proton Spectrometer at HERA}, year = {}}. The H1 experiment of the German research centre DESY, situated in Hamburg, to which the particle physics group of the UA is connected, has seen a considerable upgrade last year.

The very forward proton spectrometer (VFPS), co-developed by our group and partly financed by the FWO, is a considerable part of this upgrade.

H1 HERMES HERA-B ZEUS Halle Ost Halle Süd HERA HERA-Halle West PETRA Kältehalle Halle West Magnet-T esthalle DESY II/III PIA e -Linac + e -linac-H¯-Linac NW N NO O SO SW W Proton bypass p e e p Stadion Stellingen m m R=m e p T rabrennbahn The HERA Accelerator Complex Electron ring: Energy: GeV Mag.

Field: T Current: ~ operation of the H1 detector with the design HERA II beam currents. Measurements are presented and compared with Monte Carlo simulations that provide a reasonable descrip-tion of the backgrounds in H1 arising from synchrotron radiation and proton beam-gas interactions.

A detailed evaluation is given of various measures that reduce these back. The Table of Contents for the book is as follows: * Organization * Foreword * Welcome Address * PLENARY SESSION: "From Paris to Rome" * Deep Inelastic Physics with H1 * Recent Results from ZEUS * Overview of the Status of Polarised Structure Functions * Quarks and Gluons at Hadron Colliders * Deep Inelastic Scattering - Theory and Phenomenology * WORKING GROUP 1: Structure Functions.

The tracking, calorimeter and muon detectors of the H1 experiment at HERA The H1 collaboration Nuclear Instruments and Methods A () Measurement of the proton structure function F2(x,Q2) in the low-x region at HERA The H1 collaboration Pysics Letters B() A measurement of multijet rates in deep inelasic scattering.

seen by H1 turned out to be merely a statistical fluctuation [ 5], the result triggered an “avalanche” of theoretical and experimental effort in the particle physics community to search for leptoquarks. Electron-proton collider experiments, such as H1 and ZEUS at HERA, provide an.

HERA Collider Physics Summer Student Lectures August Hans-Christian Schultz-Coulon Universität Dortmund Spectrometer. First DIS Result [DESY ] E = GeV [as seen by the H1 detector] Calorimeter Backward Forward Q 2 Trackers. Results from the H1 and ZEUS experiments at HERA on deep inelastic scattering are reviewed.

The data lead to a consistent picture of a steep rise in the F 2 structure function and. The hadronic final state at HERA The hadronic final state at HERA Mankel, Rainer Rainer Mankel DESY, Notke D Hamburg, Germany for the H1 and ZEUS collaborations Received The electron-proton collider HERA o ers unique capabilities to study the properties of the hadronic nal state.

This paper summarizes selected results highlights from. rear muon detector (MU), and a forward muon spectrometer (FMU). In addition there are near the beam line photon and electron taggers for the luminosity measurement (fig.

), and detector stations for the observation of forward scattered protons. The detector components are laid out in x-y and z-y cross-sections. In the case of the.Measurements of diffractive phenomena observed at HERA are reviewed.

A short introduction to the theoretical background is presented. The review focuses on the current experimental directions and discusses the exclusive production of vector mesons, the deep inelastic structure of diffraction and complementary information from jet structures.

Emphasis is placed on the current sources of. This review is devoted to the study of charm production in ep and pp collisions. The total set of measurements obtained by the two collaborations H1 and ZEUS from HERA and their combination is outlined, as well as complementary data obtained by the LHCb Collaboration at the LHC.

After fitting the parton distribution functions the charm-production cross sections are predicted within.