PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 340 - The 39th International Conference on High Energy Physics (ICHEP2018) - Parallel: Detector
Design and performance studies of the calorimeter system for a FCC-hh experiment
C. Neubuser*  on behalf of the FCC-hh Detector Working Group
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Published on: August 02, 2019
The physics reach and feasibility of the Future Circular Collider are currently being investigated in the form of a Conceptual Design Report. The ultimate goal is to collide protons with a centre-of-mass energies of 100 TeV, thus extending the reach of the current HEP facilities. This high-energy regime opens new opportunities for the discovery of physics beyond the standard model, but also new constraints on the detector design. As at 100 TeV a large fraction of the W, Z, H bosons and top quarks are produced with a significant boost, it implies an efficient reconstruction of high energetic objects. The reconstruction of those boosted objects sets the calorimeter performance requirements in terms of energy resolution, containment of highly energetic hadron showers, and high transverse granularity. The detectors designed for the FCC experiments need to tackle harsh conditions of the unprecedented collision energy and instantaneous luminosity. They also must be able to deal with a very high number of collisions per bunch crossings (pile-up). Excellent energy and angular resolution, also for low energetic particles, is therefore needed in order to meet the demands based on the physics benchmarks like Higgs self-couplings. We present the current baseline technologies for the calorimeter system of the FCC-hh reference detector and present first results of the performance studies with the combined calorimeters, meeting the energy resolution goal.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.340.0252
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