WINTERSTEIN, M. Christopher (2023) Of RC in resistive MicroMegas for T2K Time Projection Chambers PRE - Research Project, ENSTA.

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In particle physics, neutrino oscillation is a well-known theoretical phenomenon describing the ability for a neutrino to change flavor when traveling a long distance. In this context, T2K is a Japanese experiment focusing on trying to measure this oscillation by using, among other things, Encapsulated Resistive Anode MicroMegas (ERAM) detectors, that detect neutrinos by producing a signal from an electronic avalanche spreading on a resistive layer. This report will focus on the discetization of the charge spreading process and the discussion about the potentially constant value of the RC factor.

Item Type:Thesis (PRE - Research Project)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Particle physics, Neutrino oscillation, T2K experiment, ERAM MicroMegas, Finite Difference Method, RC constant
Subjects:Mathematics and Applications
Physics, Optics
ID Code:9606
Deposited By:Christopher WINTERSTEIN
Deposited On:28 août 2023 15:08
Dernière modification:28 août 2023 15:08

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