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Type: Artigo
Title: Cosmic-muon Characterization And Annual Modulation Measurement With Double Chooz Detectors
Author: Abrahao
T.; Almazan
H.; dos Anjos
J. C.; Appel
S.; Baussan
E.; Bekman
I.; Bezerra
T. J. C.; Bezrukov
L.; Blucher
E.; Brugiere
T.; Buck
C.; Busenitz
J.; Cabrera
A.; Camilleri
L.; Carr
R.; Cerrada
M.; Chauveau
E.; Chimenti
P.; Corpace
O.; Crespo-Anadon
J. I.; Dawson
J. V.; Dhooghe
J.; Djurcic
Z.; Dracos
M.; Etenko
A.; Fallot
M.; Franco
D.; Franke
M.; Furuta
H.; Gil-Botella
I.; Giot
L.; Givaudan
A.; Goegger-Neff
M.; Gomez
H.; Gonzalez
L. F. G.; Goodman
M.; Hara
T.; Haser
J.; Hellwig
D.; Hourlier
A.; Ishitsuka
M.; Jochum
J.; Jollet
C.; Kale
K.; Kampmann
P.; Kaneda
M.; Kaplan
D. M.; Kawasaki
T.; Kemp
E.; de Kerret
H.; Kryn
D.; Kuze
M.; Lachenmaier
T.; Lane
C.; Laserre
T.; Lastoria
C.; Lhuillier
D.; Lima
H.; Lindner
M.; Lopez-Castano
J. M.; LoSecco
J. M.; Lubsandorzhiev
B.; Maeda
J.; Mariani
C.; Maricic
J.; Matsubara
T.; Mention
G.; Meregaglia
A.; Miletic
T.; Minotti
A.; Nagasaka
Y.; Navas-Nicolas
D.; Novella
P.; Oberauer
L.; Obolensky
M.; Onillon
A.; Oralbaev
A.; Palomares
C.; Pepe
I.; Pronost
G.; Reinhold
B.; Rybolt
B.; Sakamoto
Y.; Santorelli
R.; Schoenert
S.; Schoppmann
S.; Sharankova
R.; Sibille
V.; Sinev
V.; Skorokhvatov
M.; Soiron
M.; Soldin
P.; Stahl
A.; Stancu
I.; Stokes
L. F. F.; Strait
M.; Suekane
F.; Sukhotin
S.; Sumiyoshi
T.; Sun
Y.; Svoboda
B.; Tonazzo
A.; Veyssiere
C.; Vivier
M.; Wagner
S.; Wiebusch
C.; Wurm
M.; Yang
G.; Yermia
F.; Zimmer
V.
Abstract: A study on cosmic muons has been performed for the two identical near and far neutrino detectors of the Double Chooz experiment, placed at similar to 120 and similar to 300 m. w.e. underground respectively, including the corresponding simulations using the MUSIC simulation package. This characterization has allowed us to measure the muon flux reaching both detectors to be (3.64 +/- 0.04) x 10(-4) cm(-2) s(-1) for the near detector and (7.00 +/- 0.05) x 10(-5) cm(-2) s(-1) for the far one. The seasonal modulation of the signal has also been studied observing a positive correlation with the atmospheric temperature, leading to an effective temperature coefficient of alpha(T) = 0.212 +/- 0.024 and 0.355 +/- 0.019 for the near and far detectors respectively. These measurements, in good agreement with expectations based on theoretical models, represent one of the first measurements of this coefficient in shallow depth installations.
Subject: Cosmic Ray Experiments
Neutrino Detectors
Editor: IOP Publishing Ltd
Bristol
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1088/1475-7516/2017/02/017
Address: http://iopscience.iop.org.ez88.periodicos.capes.gov.br/article/10.1088/1475-7516/2017/02/017/meta;jsessionid=B2E09DD3186A09CEC3E25BCF453886A3.c4.iopscience.cld.iop.org
Date Issue: 2017
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