Simulation of muon-spin rotation for estimation of magnetic field in INO-ICAL
The India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) collaboration, a multi-institutional eﬀort to build a 50 kton magnetized Iron Calorimeter (ICAL) for studying neutrino oscillations. The magnetic ﬁeld in the ICAL, induced by copper coils, will be a crucial input for the track ﬁtting algorithms that reconstruct the four-momenta of atmospheric neutrinos. The magnetic ﬁeld map as estimated from ﬁnite element techniques is usually not accurate owing to many factors including approximations in the simulation and the change in the elemental composition of the iron plates, etc. In this work, we present the results of a simulation study that employs the muon spin-rotation technique to estimate the magnetic ﬁeld.
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