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Title: 100 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev100pp_wzjet_pythia8_ptbins

Abstract

Z/W+jet production in bins of PhaseSpace:mHatMin. Cross sections depend on pT and not given. All Z/W decays are included. 1000 events per file, 100 files per pT bin. Cross sections are included in the log files. How to decode name: Name: tev100_pythia8_ptPTMIN_PTMAX_NUMBER.promc where PTMIN is min pT for PhaseSpace:ptHatMin, PTMAX - PhaseSpace:pTHatMax*2, NUMBER corresponds to the cluster production node. When you run, use "PTMIN-PTMAX" ranges. The actual cut on PhaseSpace:pTHatMax=2*PTMAX to reduce fluctuations in the tails. pT bins: pt[1]=50 pt[2]=100 pt[3]=150 pt[4]=200 pt[5]=250 pt[6]=300 pt[7]=350 pt[8]=400 pt[9]=450 pt[10]=500 pt[11]=700 pt[12]=900 pt[13]=1100 pt[14]=1300 pt[15]=1500 pt[16]=1700 pt[17]=1900 pt[18]=2100 pt[19]=2400 pt[20]=2700 pt[21]=3000 pt[22]=3400 pt[23]=3800 pt[24]=4200 pt[25]=4600 pt[26]=5000 pt[27]=5500 pt[28]=6000 pt[29]=6500 pt[30]=7000 pt[31]=7500 pt[32]=8000 pt[33]=8500 pt[34]=9000 pt[35]=10000 pt[36]=12000 pt[37]=14000 pt[38]=18000 pt[39]=22000 pt[40]=25000. How to use: To get a sample with a given pT, use "glob" regular expressions (in Jython, Python etc). Example for the code: pT>100 corresponds to "glob.glob(*pt100_*)". Slimmed as: Particle records are slimmed (all stable with pT>0.3 GeV) and (PID=5 || PID=6) or PID>22 && PID<38) or PID>10 && PID<17).

Authors:

  1. Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States)
Publication Date:
DOE Contract Number:  
AC02-06CH11357
Product Type:
Dataset
Research Org.:
Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States). HepSim Monte Carlo Event Repository
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Science (SC)
Subject:
72 PHYSICS OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES AND FIELDS
Keywords:
SM; PYTHIA8; LO+PS+hadronisation; Monte Carlo; simulations; particle physics; high energy physics
OSTI Identifier:
1575505
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.34664/1575505

Citation Formats

Chekanov, S. 100 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev100pp_wzjet_pythia8_ptbins. United States: N. p., 2015. Web. doi:10.34664/1575505.
Chekanov, S. 100 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev100pp_wzjet_pythia8_ptbins. United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.34664/1575505
Chekanov, S. 2015. "100 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev100pp_wzjet_pythia8_ptbins". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.34664/1575505. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1575505. Pub date:Sat Sep 12 00:00:00 EDT 2015
@article{osti_1575505,
title = {100 TeV pp collisions, SM type, PYTHIA8 generator: tev100pp_wzjet_pythia8_ptbins},
author = {Chekanov, S.},
abstractNote = {Z/W+jet production in bins of PhaseSpace:mHatMin. Cross sections depend on pT and not given. All Z/W decays are included. 1000 events per file, 100 files per pT bin. Cross sections are included in the log files. How to decode name: Name: tev100_pythia8_ptPTMIN_PTMAX_NUMBER.promc where PTMIN is min pT for PhaseSpace:ptHatMin, PTMAX - PhaseSpace:pTHatMax*2, NUMBER corresponds to the cluster production node. When you run, use "PTMIN-PTMAX" ranges. The actual cut on PhaseSpace:pTHatMax=2*PTMAX to reduce fluctuations in the tails. pT bins: pt[1]=50 pt[2]=100 pt[3]=150 pt[4]=200 pt[5]=250 pt[6]=300 pt[7]=350 pt[8]=400 pt[9]=450 pt[10]=500 pt[11]=700 pt[12]=900 pt[13]=1100 pt[14]=1300 pt[15]=1500 pt[16]=1700 pt[17]=1900 pt[18]=2100 pt[19]=2400 pt[20]=2700 pt[21]=3000 pt[22]=3400 pt[23]=3800 pt[24]=4200 pt[25]=4600 pt[26]=5000 pt[27]=5500 pt[28]=6000 pt[29]=6500 pt[30]=7000 pt[31]=7500 pt[32]=8000 pt[33]=8500 pt[34]=9000 pt[35]=10000 pt[36]=12000 pt[37]=14000 pt[38]=18000 pt[39]=22000 pt[40]=25000. How to use: To get a sample with a given pT, use "glob" regular expressions (in Jython, Python etc). Example for the code: pT>100 corresponds to "glob.glob(*pt100_*)". Slimmed as: Particle records are slimmed (all stable with pT>0.3 GeV) and (PID=5 || PID=6) or PID>22 && PID<38) or PID>10 && PID<17).},
doi = {10.34664/1575505},
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place = {United States},
year = {2015},
month = {9}
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