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Radiation background with the CMS RPCs at the LHC

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The Resistive Plate Chambers (RPCs) are employed in the CMS Experiment at the LHC as dedicated trigger system both in the barrel and in the endcap. This article presents results of the radiation background measurements performed with the 2011 and 2012 proton-proton collision data collected by CMS. Emphasis is given to the measurements of the background distribution inside the RPCs. The expected background rates during the future running of the LHC are estimated both from extrapolated measurements and from simulation.
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Resistive-plate chambers, RESISTIVE PLATE CHAMBERS, Performance of High Energy Physics Detectors

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Costantini, S, Y Ban, J Cai, Q Li, S Liu, S Qian, D Wang, et al. 2015. “Radiation Background with the CMS RPCs at the LHC.” Journal of Instrumentation 10.
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Costantini, S, Ban, Y., Cai, J., Li, Q., Liu, S., Qian, S., Wang, D., et al. (2015). Radiation background with the CMS RPCs at the LHC. JOURNAL OF INSTRUMENTATION, 10.
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Costantini S, Ban Y, Cai J, Li Q, Liu S, Qian S, et al. Radiation background with the CMS RPCs at the LHC. JOURNAL OF INSTRUMENTATION. 2015;10.
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Costantini, S, Y Ban, J Cai, et al. “Radiation Background with the CMS RPCs at the LHC.” JOURNAL OF INSTRUMENTATION 10 (2015): n. pag. Print.
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  author       = {Costantini, S and Ban, Y and Cai, J and Li, Q and Liu, S and Qian, S and Wang, D and Xu, Z and Zhang, F and Choi, Y and Goh, J and Kim, D and Choi, S and Hong, B and Kang, JW and Kang, M and Kwon, JH and Lee, KS and Lee, SK and Park, SK and Pant, LM and Mohanty, AK and Chudasama, R and Singh, JB and Bhatnagar, V and Mehta, A and Kumar, R and Cauwenbergh, Simon and Cimmino, Anna and Crucy, Shannon Rebecca and Fagot, Alexis and Garcia, Guillaume and Ocampo Rios, Alberto Andres and Poyraz, Deniz and Salva, Sinem and Thyssen, F and Tytgat, Michael and Zaganidis, Nikolaos and Doninck, WV and Cabrera, A and Chaparro, L and Gomez, JP and Gomez, B and Sanabria, JC and Avila, C and Ahmad, A and Muhammad, S and Shoaib, M and Hoorani, H and Awan, I and Ali, I and Ahmed, W and Asghar, MI and Shahzad, H and Sayed, A and Ibrahim, A and Aly, S and Assran, Y and Radi, A and Elkafrawy, T and Sharma, A and Colafranceschi, S and Abbrescia, M and Calabria, C and Colaleo, A and Iaselli, G and Loddo, F and Maggi, M and Nuzzo, S and Pugliese, G and Radogna, R and Venditti, R and Verwillingen, P and Benussi, L and Bianco, S and Piccolo, D and Paolucci, P and Buontempo, S and Cavallo, N and Merola, M and Fabozzi, F and Iorio, OM and Braghieri, A and Montagna, P and Riccardi, C and Salvini, P and Vitulo, P and Vai, I and Magnani, A and Dimitrov, A and Litov, L and Pavlov, B and Petkov, P and Aleksandrov, A and Genchev, V and Iaydjiev, P and Rodozov, M and Sultanov, G and Vutova, M and Stoykova, S and Hadjiiska, R and Ibarguen, HS and Morales, MIP and Bernardino, SC and Bagaturia, I and Tsamalaidze, Z and Crottyt, I and Kimu, MS},
  issn         = {1748-0221},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF INSTRUMENTATION},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {11},
  title        = {Radiation background with the CMS RPCs at the LHC},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-0221/10/05/C05031},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {2015},
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