The impact of BeamCal performance at different international linear collider beam parameters and crossing angles on $$ \tilde \tau $$ searches

@article{Bambade2006TheIO,
  title={The impact of BeamCal performance at different international linear collider beam parameters and crossing angles on \$\$
\tilde \tau 
\$\$ searches},
  author={Ph. Bambade and Vladimir Drugakov and Wolfgang Lohmann},
  journal={Pramana},
  year={2006},
  volume={69},
  pages={1123-1127}
}
The ILC accelerator parameters and detector concepts are still under discussion in the world-wide community. As will be shown, the performance of the BeamCal, the calorimeter in the very forward area of the ILC detector, is very sensitive to the beam parameter and crossing angle choices. We propose here BeamCal designs for small (0 or 2 mrad) and large (20 mrad) crossing angles and report about the veto performance study done. As an illustration, the influence of several proposed beam parameter… 

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