• Y J Jeon

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    • Background neutron in the endcap and barrel regions of resistive plate chamber for compact muon solenoid/large hadron collider using GEANT4

      J T Rhee M Jamil Christopher Joen Bingzhu Yin Y J Jeon

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      In this study the performance of double gap RPC has been tested by GEANT4 Monte Carlo simulation code. The detector response calculations taken as a function of the neutron energy in the range of 0.01 eV–1 GeV have been simulated through RPC set-up. In order to evaluate the response of detector in the LHC background environment, the neutron spectrum expected in the CMS muon endcap and barrel region were taken into account. A hit rate of about 165.5 Hz cm-2, 34 Hz cm-2, 33.6 Hz cm-2, and 27.0 Hz cm-2 due to an isotropic neutron source is calculated using GEANT4 standard electromagnetic package for a $20 \times 20$ cm2 RPC in the ME1, ME2, ME3 and ME4, respectively. While for the same neutron source and using GEANT4 package a hit rate of about 0.42 Hz cm-2, 0.7182 Hz cm-2 was measured for the MB1 and MB4 stations respectively. Similar characteristics of hit rates have been observed for GEANT4 low electromagnetic package.

    • A comparative simulation study on three lattice systems for the phase separation of polymer-dispersed liquid crystals

      Y J Jeon M Jamil Hyo-Dong Lee J T Rhee

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      This article reports a comparative study of the phase separation process in a polymer-dispersed liquid crystal, based on a Metropolis Monte Carlo simulation study of three lattice systems. We propose a model for the different processes occurring in the formation of polymer-dispersed liquid crystals (PDLCs). The mechanism of PDLC is studied as a function of quench temperature, concentration and degree of polymerization of liquid crystals and polymers. The obtained resultant phase diagrams of the three systems are approximated and compared with the Flory–Huggins theory, and show a good agreement. It has been observed in the simulation results that among all the three systems, the $40 \times 40 \times 40$ lattice showed the most accurate, reliable and stable results.

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