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Feature #668

CKOV functionality from Peter Sonnek's code

Added by Tunnell, Christopher about 10 years ago. Updated almost 10 years ago.

Status:
Open
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
Kafka, Gene
Category:
Ckov
Target version:
Start date:
09 August 2011
Due date:
01 January 2012 (over 9 years late)
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
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Description

Be able to analyze the CKOVs.


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CKOV_Material_Budget_jul_20_2011.doc (341 KB) CKOV_Material_Budget_jul_20_2011.doc Tunnell, Christopher, 09 August 2011 01:12
#1

Updated by Tunnell, Christopher about 10 years ago

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Dear Chris, Gene

I am reviewing the geom filee for the CKOV in MAUS. There are many small
problems to fix. A linear layered model best suits simulation and
reco for now. I have not found the material defs in MAUS. I will need
to define some mixtures eg, FOAM_CORE.

I have asked Peter Sonnek to rewrite his G4MICE code (C++). This clean code,
free of ROOT calls, will be helpful in crafting the MAUS code.

Gene should focus on running a MAUS job and reading in a Spring 2010 data file
to display TOF and CKOV values. I believe becoming an expert at Python
scripting will helpful. (Not sure if TOF or CKOV are functional in MAUS? These
codes have been ported over from G4MICE I suspect.)

Maurizio needs to show continued progress in the TOF system with INFN. A 1
year lapse in data taking provides a target for the reviewers to attack.

Lucien

#2

Updated by Tunnell, Christopher about 10 years ago

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I have downloaded the MAUS module. Where is the CKOV geometry and material definition files. I can easily fix
these. Or I can start with the G4MICE files?

We should use a simple linear slab approximation to start with.

#3

Updated by Rogers, Chris almost 10 years ago

  • Due date set to 01 January 2012
  • Category set to Ckov

Gene, when do you think you will have this? Lucien said it would be done by christmas, so I think that can be a provisional date...

#4

Updated by Kafka, Gene almost 10 years ago

I think Christmas is reasonable. I just started working with new unpacking.

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