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The DUNE Far Detector Interim Design Report Volume 1: Physics, Technology and Strategies

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@article{eecbb501a0084544833ab10199c3fa8e,
title = "The DUNE Far Detector Interim Design Report Volume 1: Physics, Technology and Strategies",
abstract = "The DUNE IDR describes the proposed physics program and technical designs of the DUNE Far Detector modules in preparation for the full TDR to be published in 2019. It is intended as an intermediate milestone on the path to a full TDR, justifying the technical choices that flow down from the high-level physics goals through requirements at all levels of the Project. These design choices will enable the DUNE experiment to make the ground-breaking discoveries that will help to answer fundamental physics questions. Volume 1 contains an executive summary that describes the general aims of this document. The remainder of this first volume provides a more detailed description of the DUNE physics program that drives the choice of detector technologies. It also includes concise outlines of two overarching systems that have not yet evolved to consortium structures: computing and calibration. Volumes 2 and 3 of this IDR describe, for the single-phase and dual-phase technologies, respectively, each detector module's subsystems, the technical coordination required for its design, construction, installation, and integration, and its organizational structure.",
keywords = "physics.ins-det, hep-ex",
author = "B. Abi and R. Acciarri and Acero, {M. A.} and M. Adamowski and D. Adams and P. Adamson and M. Adinolfi and Z. Ahmad and Albright, {C. H.} and Soplin, {L. Aliaga} and T. Alion and Monsalve, {S. Alonso} and M. Alrashed and C. Alt and K. Anderson and C. Andreopoulos and Andrews, {M. P.} and Andrews, {R. A.} and A. Ankowski and J. Anthony and M. Antonello and M. Antonova and S. Antusch and Fernandez, {A. Aranda} and A. Ariga and T. Ariga and Sierra, {D. Aristizabal} and Diaz, {E. Arrieta} and J. Asaadi and M. Ascencio and D. Asner and Athar, {M. S.} and M. Auger and A. Aurisano and V. Aushev and D. Autiero and F. Azfar and A. Back and H. Back and J. Back and C. Backhouse and P. Baesso and L. Bagby and A. Blake and D. Brailsford and A. Finch and L. Kormos and J. Nowak and H. O'Keeffe and P. Ratoff and {DUNE Collaboration}",
note = "83 pages, 11 figures",
year = "2018",
month = jul,
day = "26",
language = "English",
journal = "arxiv.org",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - The DUNE Far Detector Interim Design Report Volume 1

T2 - Physics, Technology and Strategies

AU - Abi, B.

AU - Acciarri, R.

AU - Acero, M. A.

AU - Adamowski, M.

AU - Adams, D.

AU - Adamson, P.

AU - Adinolfi, M.

AU - Ahmad, Z.

AU - Albright, C. H.

AU - Soplin, L. Aliaga

AU - Alion, T.

AU - Monsalve, S. Alonso

AU - Alrashed, M.

AU - Alt, C.

AU - Anderson, K.

AU - Andreopoulos, C.

AU - Andrews, M. P.

AU - Andrews, R. A.

AU - Ankowski, A.

AU - Anthony, J.

AU - Antonello, M.

AU - Antonova, M.

AU - Antusch, S.

AU - Fernandez, A. Aranda

AU - Ariga, A.

AU - Ariga, T.

AU - Sierra, D. Aristizabal

AU - Diaz, E. Arrieta

AU - Asaadi, J.

AU - Ascencio, M.

AU - Asner, D.

AU - Athar, M. S.

AU - Auger, M.

AU - Aurisano, A.

AU - Aushev, V.

AU - Autiero, D.

AU - Azfar, F.

AU - Back, A.

AU - Back, H.

AU - Back, J.

AU - Backhouse, C.

AU - Baesso, P.

AU - Bagby, L.

AU - Blake, A.

AU - Brailsford, D.

AU - Finch, A.

AU - Kormos, L.

AU - Nowak, J.

AU - O'Keeffe, H.

AU - Ratoff, P.

AU - DUNE Collaboration

N1 - 83 pages, 11 figures

PY - 2018/7/26

Y1 - 2018/7/26

N2 - The DUNE IDR describes the proposed physics program and technical designs of the DUNE Far Detector modules in preparation for the full TDR to be published in 2019. It is intended as an intermediate milestone on the path to a full TDR, justifying the technical choices that flow down from the high-level physics goals through requirements at all levels of the Project. These design choices will enable the DUNE experiment to make the ground-breaking discoveries that will help to answer fundamental physics questions. Volume 1 contains an executive summary that describes the general aims of this document. The remainder of this first volume provides a more detailed description of the DUNE physics program that drives the choice of detector technologies. It also includes concise outlines of two overarching systems that have not yet evolved to consortium structures: computing and calibration. Volumes 2 and 3 of this IDR describe, for the single-phase and dual-phase technologies, respectively, each detector module's subsystems, the technical coordination required for its design, construction, installation, and integration, and its organizational structure.

AB - The DUNE IDR describes the proposed physics program and technical designs of the DUNE Far Detector modules in preparation for the full TDR to be published in 2019. It is intended as an intermediate milestone on the path to a full TDR, justifying the technical choices that flow down from the high-level physics goals through requirements at all levels of the Project. These design choices will enable the DUNE experiment to make the ground-breaking discoveries that will help to answer fundamental physics questions. Volume 1 contains an executive summary that describes the general aims of this document. The remainder of this first volume provides a more detailed description of the DUNE physics program that drives the choice of detector technologies. It also includes concise outlines of two overarching systems that have not yet evolved to consortium structures: computing and calibration. Volumes 2 and 3 of this IDR describe, for the single-phase and dual-phase technologies, respectively, each detector module's subsystems, the technical coordination required for its design, construction, installation, and integration, and its organizational structure.

KW - physics.ins-det

KW - hep-ex

M3 - Journal article

JO - arxiv.org

JF - arxiv.org

ER -