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The following top-level specifications for the Hall D photon beam are determined by the physics requirements of the GlueX experiment and the anticipated capabilities of the CEBAF accelerator at 12 GeV.  The specifications for Hall D beamline components and related instrumentation are derived, in turn, from these.  References added to the end of each item in the list below indicate which subsystem is affected.
 
The following top-level specifications for the Hall D photon beam are determined by the physics requirements of the GlueX experiment and the anticipated capabilities of the CEBAF accelerator at 12 GeV.  The specifications for Hall D beamline components and related instrumentation are derived, in turn, from these.  References added to the end of each item in the list below indicate which subsystem is affected.
  
# choice of photon energy in the range 8 - 12 GeV [1]
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# choice of photon energy in the range 6 - 12 GeV [1]
 
# duty factor >90% at 500 MHz beam pulse repetition rate [1]
 
# duty factor >90% at 500 MHz beam pulse repetition rate [1]
# orientable diamond crystal bremsstrahlung radiator [2]
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# orientable diamond crystal bremsstrahlung radiator [2,3]
# peak linear polarization of 40% at 9 GeV with collimation [2,3]
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# peak linear polarization of 40% at 9 GeV with collimation [2,3,4]
# average polarization 36% in coherent peak 8.4 - 9.0 GeV [2,3]
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# average polarization 36% in coherent peak 8.4 - 9.0 GeV [2,3,4]
# photon beam collimator with half-angle 22 μr [3]
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# photon beam collimator with half-angle 22 μr [4]
# photon beam centered on collimator to within 3 μr [1,3]
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# photon beam centered on collimator to within 3 μr [1,4]
# photons tagged with energy resolution better than 60 MeV (0.5%) within coherent peak [1,4,5]
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# photons tagged with energy resolution better than 60 MeV within coherent peak [1,5,6]
# beam tagged with reduced resolution over extended range 3.0 - 11.4 GeV [4,6]
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# beam tagged with reduced resolution over extended range 3.0 - 11.7 GeV [5,7]
# complete tagger coverage in range 9.0 - 11.4 GeV with 1% resolution [4,6]
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# complete tagger coverage in range 9.0 - 11.7 GeV [5,7]
# nominal operation at 10 MHz tagged photons in coherent peak after collimator [1,3]
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# sampled tagger coverage in range 3.0 - 9.0 GeV [5,7]
# tagging rate 25 MHz within coherent peak at nominal intensity [5]
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# nominal operation at 100 MHz tagged photons in coherent peak after collimator [1,5,6]
# tagger capable of operating at intensities up to 100 MHz in coherent peak after collimator [1,3,5]
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# tagging rate 250 MHz within coherent peak at nominal intensity [6]
# beam adjustable down to threshold of 10<sup>-4</sup> nominal intensity for absolute normalization measurements [1,7]
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# beam adjustable down to threshold of 10<sup>-4</sup> nominal intensity for absolute normalization measurements [1,8]
# average tagging efficiency at least 50% within coherent peak under nominal conditions [3,4]
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# average tagging efficiency at least 70% within coherent peak under nominal conditions [1,5,6]
# continuous real-time monitoring of post-collimator beam spectrum [8]
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# continuous real-time monitoring of the post-collimator beam intensity spectrum with energy resolution better than 60 MeV over range 6.0 - 12.4 GeV [9,10]
# average polarization within coherent peak determined with accuracy &plusmn;2% absolute [8]
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# average polarization within coherent peak determined with accuracy &plusmn;1% absolute [9,10]
# absolute photon energy calibration better than &plusmn;30 MeV [8]
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# absolute tagged photon energy calibration better than &plusmn;30 MeV [9,10]
# post-collimated beam shielding sufficient to keep detector backgrounds originating outside the experimental target below 1% of those coming from the target seen by all detectors, for each significant particle species considered separately [9]
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# post-collimated beam shielding sufficient to keep detector backgrounds originating outside the experimental target below 1% of those coming from the target seen by all detectors, for each significant particle species considered separately [11]
  
 
== Photon Beam Subsystems ==
 
== Photon Beam Subsystems ==
# 12 GeV electron beam and associated instrumentation
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# [[Specification for 12 GeV electron beam and associated instrumentation|12 GeV electron beam and associated instrumentation]]
# diamond radiator and goniometer mount
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# [[Specification for diamond crystal radiator|diamond crystal radiator]]
# active photon collimator system
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# [[Specification for goniometer mount for radiators|goniometer mount for radiators]]
# tagging magnetic spectrometer
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# [[Specification for active photon collimator system|active photon collimator system]]
# high-resolution tagging microscope
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# [[Specification for tagging magnetic spectrometer|tagging magnetic spectrometer]]
# broad-band tagging hodoscope
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# [[Specification for high-resolution tagging microscope|high-resolution tagging microscope]]
# total absorption counter
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# [[Specification for broad-band tagging hodoscope|broad-band tagging hodoscope]]
# pair spectrometer and hodoscopes
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# [[Specification for total absorption counter|total absorption counter]]
# collimator cave shielding
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# [[Specification for pair spectrometer and target|pair spectrometer and target]]
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# [[Specification for pair spectrometer hodoscopes|pair spectrometer hodoscopes]]
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# [[Specification for post-collimator beamline and shielding|post-collimator beamline and shielding]]

Latest revision as of 10:38, 8 February 2013

Global Specifications for the Hall D Photon Beam

The following top-level specifications for the Hall D photon beam are determined by the physics requirements of the GlueX experiment and the anticipated capabilities of the CEBAF accelerator at 12 GeV. The specifications for Hall D beamline components and related instrumentation are derived, in turn, from these. References added to the end of each item in the list below indicate which subsystem is affected.

  1. choice of photon energy in the range 6 - 12 GeV [1]
  2. duty factor >90% at 500 MHz beam pulse repetition rate [1]
  3. orientable diamond crystal bremsstrahlung radiator [2,3]
  4. peak linear polarization of 40% at 9 GeV with collimation [2,3,4]
  5. average polarization 36% in coherent peak 8.4 - 9.0 GeV [2,3,4]
  6. photon beam collimator with half-angle 22 μr [4]
  7. photon beam centered on collimator to within 3 μr [1,4]
  8. photons tagged with energy resolution better than 60 MeV within coherent peak [1,5,6]
  9. beam tagged with reduced resolution over extended range 3.0 - 11.7 GeV [5,7]
  10. complete tagger coverage in range 9.0 - 11.7 GeV [5,7]
  11. sampled tagger coverage in range 3.0 - 9.0 GeV [5,7]
  12. nominal operation at 100 MHz tagged photons in coherent peak after collimator [1,5,6]
  13. tagging rate 250 MHz within coherent peak at nominal intensity [6]
  14. beam adjustable down to threshold of 10-4 nominal intensity for absolute normalization measurements [1,8]
  15. average tagging efficiency at least 70% within coherent peak under nominal conditions [1,5,6]
  16. continuous real-time monitoring of the post-collimator beam intensity spectrum with energy resolution better than 60 MeV over range 6.0 - 12.4 GeV [9,10]
  17. average polarization within coherent peak determined with accuracy ±1% absolute [9,10]
  18. absolute tagged photon energy calibration better than ±30 MeV [9,10]
  19. post-collimated beam shielding sufficient to keep detector backgrounds originating outside the experimental target below 1% of those coming from the target seen by all detectors, for each significant particle species considered separately [11]

Photon Beam Subsystems

  1. 12 GeV electron beam and associated instrumentation
  2. diamond crystal radiator
  3. goniometer mount for radiators
  4. active photon collimator system
  5. tagging magnetic spectrometer
  6. high-resolution tagging microscope
  7. broad-band tagging hodoscope
  8. total absorption counter
  9. pair spectrometer and target
  10. pair spectrometer hodoscopes
  11. post-collimator beamline and shielding