1. 17 Dec, 2021 2 commits
    • Eoin Clerkin's avatar
      Shifted binaries as no macros available · 33a6000d
      Eoin Clerkin authored
      magnet_v21a is the shifted verison of v20a
      magnet_v21b is the shifted verison of v20b
      rich_v21a is the shifted verison of v17a_1e
      
      Shifted by 40cm consistent with the change of coordinates from
      old target position to centre of the magnet.
      
      Having seperate translation for pipe_v16c causes problems for inclusion
      of MVD. Translation via node shift instead.
      33a6000d
    • Eoin Clerkin's avatar
      Adds shifted default geometry · 96b24ccd
      Eoin Clerkin authored
      As created by their respecitive macros.
      96b24ccd
  2. 24 Nov, 2021 1 commit
    • Mehulkumar Shiroya's avatar
      STS Geometry version v21[h-i] · d72ed827
      Mehulkumar Shiroya authored
      STS v21h: The geometry has the target positioned at -4 cm. It can be used with the beampipe 40mm diameter upstream side
                and 104mm diameter downstream side. It has a beampipe flange on the back-side of the STS wall.
      
                In addition, the geometry has a sensor thickness 320 um which is similar thickness of the real silicon sensors purchased from the Hamamatsu Photonics
                for the use in the real experiment.
      
                Furthermore,the mico-cable is defined as a single volume attached to the silicon sensors. Micro-cable thickness (320 um) is choosen and
                the material Manganese is taken based on the calculation done based on the current microcable design, thickness and its material.
                The material is defined as STS_Manganese in the media.geo file.
      
      STS v21i: The geometry has the target positioned at -44 cm from the center of the magnet. It can be used with the beampipe 40mm diameter upstream side
                and 104mm diameter downstream side. It doesn't have a beam-pipe flange on the back-side of the wall.
      
                In addition, the geometry has a sensor thickness 320 um which is similar thickness of the real silicon sensors purchased from the Hamamatsu >
                for the use in the real experiment.
      
                Furthermore,the mico-cable is defined as a single volume attached to the silicon sensors. Micro-cable thickness (320 um) is choosen and
                the material Manganese is taken based on the calculation done based on the current microcable design, thickness and its material.
                The material is defined as STS_Manganese in the media.geo file.
      
      updated binaries files and media.geo file with a material name STS_Cable_21
      d72ed827
  3. 19 Nov, 2021 2 commits
    • Mehulkumar Shiroya's avatar
      Corrects STS v21e position error · 82d5b294
      Mehulkumar Shiroya authored
      Transformation between local sts origin (last station) and global origin (center of magnet) is now 59.5. Front face of sts to intended position of target (-44cm) is now 1.6 cm.
      82d5b294
    • Mehulkumar Shiroya's avatar
      STS v21[f,g] geometries · 6d8968cc
      Mehulkumar Shiroya authored
      v21f: STS geometry is similar to the version v21b. The target position considered from -4 cm.
      The geometry can be used with the beampipe with diameter 40 mm upstream side and 104 mm downstream side.
      The geometry has beampipe flange on the back-side of the wall.
      
      v21g: STS geometry is similar to the version v21e. The target position is at -44 cm considering global origin
      from the center of magnet. The STS local coordinate is from the last station.
      
      In both geometry, the STS box and the beam pipe flange is made of Carbon fiber: The material has 70% carbon fiber with
      density 1.75 g/cm3 and epoxy resin (30%) with density 1.2 g/cm3. The material is defined in media.geo file as
      STS_CarbonFiber_21.
      6d8968cc
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  19. 11 Aug, 2021 1 commit
    • Eoin Clerkin's avatar
      Static test for media.geo · 0cb3deda
      Eoin Clerkin authored
      Semi-automated static check for media.geo file.
      Compares atomic number against the atomic mass.
      Compares relative amounts for composite materials.
      Output human readable names to help spotting of name and component mismatches.
      
      Includes bash script which just runs awk with correct media.geo file and an ASCII table of elements.
      
      Test is added to the pipeline
      0cb3deda
  20. 15 Jun, 2021 1 commit
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  23. 16 Apr, 2021 1 commit
    • Omveer_Singh's avatar
      Add new much geometries · 53574909
      Omveer_Singh authored and Florian Uhlig's avatar Florian Uhlig committed
      Implementation of realistic geometry, gas mixture and material budget for GEM chambers in jpsi setup.
      Add new media definitions.
      53574909
  24. 18 Mar, 2021 2 commits
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  27. 02 Dec, 2020 2 commits
    • Eoin Clerkin's avatar
      Adds PSD geometries for compact setups using create_psdgeo_with_hole.C · af462dd0
      Eoin Clerkin authored and Eoin Clerkin's avatar Eoin Clerkin committed
      v20a places PSD at position 10.5m and 12.95cm in z and x displacement with 0.0132 rotation round the y-axis which is consistent with a compact electron setup with a 1.1m BFTC at 12 AGeV/c
      
      v20b places PSD at postion 11.1m and 13.75cm in z and x displacement with 0.0132 radians rotation round the y-axis which is consistent with a compact muon setup including its 5th absorber with a beam at 12 AGeV/c and a BFTC of 1.1m.
      af462dd0
    • Eoin Clerkin's avatar
      ToF geometries created with correct placements. · 6fd086b5
      Eoin Clerkin authored and Eoin Clerkin's avatar Eoin Clerkin committed
      Three files created with their most compact placements for the Hadron, Electron and Muon setups.
      6fd086b5