PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 398 - The European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP2021) - T12: Detector R&D and Data Handling
Tile Multiple Readout and Beyond for FCC.
Y. Onel
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Abstract
Dual Readout Calorimetry measures scintillation light and Cherenkov light on the same hadron shower to correct the jet energy in order to compensate hadron and jet energy measurements.
Dual Readout with parallel plastic scintillator and quartz fibers shows promise, but limitations exist including but not limited to radiation damage of the plastic scintillators and high costs.
We present dual readout calorimetry with scintillator and Cherenkov tile readout and beyond to multiple tile readout, with superior energy resolution, and radiation resistant ionization sensors in the form of tiles (inorganic scintillators, Si, LArgon). Monte Carlo (MC) studies were used to design prototype tile dual calorimeters using Fe or Cu absorbers, Cherenkov and plastic scintillator tiles, including an integral Cherenkov-compensated e-m frontend using Pb tiles. The MC studies are extended to other tile type appropriate for dual readout and extend to multiple readout with 3 or more types of tile radiation sensors – sensors with different responses and/or higher contrast to component signals to e-m or hadron showers, neutrons and ions. Sensors include tiles with low refractive indices (aerogel, others), transition radiation “tiles”, secondary emission tiles sensitive to ions and low energy protons, hydrogenous vs non-hydrogenous ionization-sensing tiles, and neutron sensing tiles. Multiple readout improves dual readout by extending to triple or more readout. Of special interest is application of tile dual or multiple tile readout to high granularity particle/energy flow calorimeters, not possible with parallel fibers.
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