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Dataset: "pgun_pi_single_mu140"

Summary Comments
Name: pgun_pi_single_mu140
Collisions: pgun
CM Energy: 5 TeV
Entry ID: 172
Topic: Single particles
Generator: PARTICLE GUN
Calculation level: single particle
Process: Single pions with pileup (mu=140)
Total events: 100000
Number of files: 100
Cross section (σ): undefined Estimated from file Nr 1
Luminosity (L): undefined
Format: ProMC
Download URL: http://mc.hep.anl.gov/asc/hepsim/events/misc/pgun/pgun_pi_mu140/ Status: Available
Mirrors:
http://portal.nersc.gov/project/m1758/data/events/misc/pgun/pgun_pi_mu140/
EVGEN size: 0.094 GB
  Reconstruction tag Tags:
Fast simulation:
Full simulation:
 
Fast/Full size: 0.00 GB
Record slimmed: No
Events weighted: No
Submission time: Fri Dec 4 16:39:43 CST 2015
Updated on:
Description:

Single particle gun for detector studies

A particle gun with single pions. One pion per event. Production at (x,y,z,t)=(0,0,0,0). Pi+ and Pi- are alternated. Momentum of pions is 0.5, 5, 50, 500, 5000 GeV (alternated). Particles are generated using a uniform distribution in Phi and uniform distribution in Eta (pseudorapidity) in the range [-4.5,4.5].

Mixing with pileup

Each event is mixed with pileup using the tool described in arXiv:1510.06638. MinBias events use the ATLAS A2 tune (all inelastic processes, including single and double diffractive events). The CM pp energy was 14 TeV. MinBias events were generated with PYTHIA8.
Events are mixed using a Poisson distribution with the mean mu=140 (average number of MinBias events). Then, only pileup particles around the single pion where taken in the cone 0.1 defined in eta and phi.

File metadata:
ProMC version: 4; Nr events: 1000; Varint E: 100000; Varint L: 1000; Logfile: logfile.txt; Last modified: 2015-12-03 23:19:24; Settings: Single particles. PID=211 max E(GeV)=5000 + PILEUP WITH 140 (Poisson average)

Validation:
Nr Analysis code Output image Output data
1  
check_mu140.py

 
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Author: S.Chekanov

         
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