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  • Authors: Nguyen, Mau Chung (2017)

  • We are interested in long-lived heavy charged particles because they would be possible SUSY particle candidats. This paper shows our preliminary results of long-lived heavy charged particles generation using PYTHIA 8. More than 107 events have been generated with pp collisions at energy in the center of mass = 13 TeV and about 3.27 105 long-lived heavy charged particles candidates have been found in the geometric acceptance of the LHCb detector. Long-lived heavy charged particles has mass 1.025 TeV/c2 and lifetime 157.7 nanoseconds, therefore they can travel throughout all subdetectors. We try not only calculate their acceptance in function of transverse momentum and rapidit...

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  • Authors: Nguyen, Mau Chung (2017)

  • We are interested in long-lived heavy charged particles because they would be possible SUSY particle candidats. This paper shows our preliminary results of long-lived heavy charged particles generation using PYTHIA 8. More than 107 events have been generated with pp collisions at energy in the center of mass = 13 TeV and about 3.27 105 long-lived heavy charged particles candidates have been found in the geometric acceptance of the LHCb detector. Long-lived heavy charged particles has mass 1.025 TeV/c2 and lifetime 157.7 nanoseconds, therefore they can travel throughout all subdetectors. We try not only calculate their acceptance in function of transverse momentum and rapidit...