ECAL

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ECALEuropean Conference on Artificial Life (Europe; biannual conference; est. 1989)
ECALEcole Cantonale d'art de Lausanne (French: University of Art and Design of Lausanne, Switzerland)
ECALElectromagnetic Calorimeter
ECALEnjoy Computing And Learn
ECALEast Coast Abort Landing (US NASA)
ECALÉchanges Culturels avec l'Amérique Latine (French: Cultural Exchanges with Latin America)
ECALEquipment Calibration
ECALEurasia Centre for Advanced Learning (Mumbai, India)
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Kocak, "Simulation studies of crystal-photodetector assemblies for the Turkish accelerator center particle factory electromagnetic calorimeter," Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, vol.
Tapan, "Simulation of LYSO crystal for the TACPF electromagnetic calorimeter," Acta Physica Polonica A, vol.
The PRS was located just in front of the electromagnetic calorimeter. It was composed of two planes of proportional tubes (286 horizontal and 288 vertical) preceded by a 9 mm (1.6[X.sub.0]) lead-antinomy converter.
resolution for these events was 1 cm, a value much smaller than the dimensions of a single tower of the electromagnetic calorimeter which allowed the use of the PRS to determine the impact point of converting photons for the 70% of the photons which converted in the lead radiator.
The electromagnetic calorimeter was also used as a target.
Barichello et al., "The electromagnetic calorimeter of the NOMAD experiment," Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, vol.
The Electromagnetic Calorimeter. The electromagnetic calorimeter is responsible for the reconstruction of the photon 4-momentum.
The high segmentation of the electromagnetic calorimeter in the plane transverse to the beam direction assures a spatial resolution of 1/[square root of 12] = 3 mm which is equivalent to an angular resolution at 1.75 m from the target below 2 mrad.
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