Jake Freeman

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Hadron rejection against electron signal of a combined system of electromagnetic and hadron calorimeter has been studied. Data was taken at M4 beam line of Fermilab at energies from 25 GeV to 150 GeV. Hadron rejection of electromagnetic calorimeter is greatly improved by the use of hadron calorimeter information. The details of the results are discussed.
Recently a number of enhancements to the computer hardware infrastructure have been implemented at the DIII–D National Fusion Facility. Utilizing these improvements to the hardware infrastructure, software enhancements are focusing on streamlined analysis, automation, and graphical user interface (GUI) systems to enlarge the user base. The adoption of the(More)
A prototype electromagnetic calorimeter module has been constructed using conductive plastic proportional tubes stacked with lead panels. Complete conical towers were formed by finely segmented pick-up electrodes etched on copper clad G-10 panels between which tube arrays were sandwitched. The module was tested by high energy electron and hadron beams up to(More)
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