Studies of granularity of a hadronic calorimeter for tens-of-TeV jets at a 100 TeV pp collider (10'+5')

Jul 22, 2019, 2:45 PM
15m
32-123 (MIT)

32-123

MIT

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Lightning talk Session

Speaker

Mr Chih-Hsiang Yeh (National Central University (TW))

Description

Jet substructure variables for hadronic jets with transverse momenta in the range from 2.5 TeV to 20 TeV were studied using several designs for the spatial size of calorimeter cells. The studies used the full Geant4 simulation of calorimeter response combined with realistic reconstruction of calorimeter clusters. In most cases, the results indicate that the performance of jet-substructure reconstruction improves with reducing cell size of a hadronic calorimeter from $\Delta \eta \times \Delta \phi = 0.087\times0.087$, which are similar to the cell sizes of the calorimeters of LHC experiments, by a factor of four, to $0.022\times0.022$.

Primary author

Mr Chih-Hsiang Yeh (National Central University (TW))

Co-authors

Dr Sergei Chekanov (Argonne National Laboratory (US)) Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University) Dr Nhan Viet Tran (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US)) Dr Sourav Sen (Duke University (US)) Dr James Proudfoot (Argonne National Laboratory (US)) Shin-Shan Yu (National Central University (TW))

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