Volume 364 - European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP2019) - Detector R&D and Data Handling
Time-of-flight particles identification in the MultiPurpose Detector at NICA
V. Babkin,* M. Buryakov, A. Dmitriev, V. Dronik, V. Golovatyuk, A. Kluev, S. Lobastov, A. Mudrokh, R. Nazhmudinov, A. Oleinik, M. Rumyantsev, K. Vokhmyanina
*corresponding author
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Abstract
The main goal of the MultiPurpose Detector (MPD) at NICA facility in Dubna is to study hot and dense baryonic matter in ion-ion collisions at energies $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 4 - 11 GeV. It is necessary to identify particles produced in interactions with high efficiency for a detailed study of the processes and registration of the slightest fluctuations occurring under these conditions. The time-of-flight identification system (TOF) of the MPD based on the MRPC has characteristics that make it possible to cope with this task as efficiently as possible. The TOF system performance and results of a realistic simulation of hadrons identification are presented in this paper.
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