DUNE Near to Far Neutrino Beam Correlations Public Deposited



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  • Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment Near to Far Neutrino Beam Correlations
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  • The DUNE near detector will be used to characterize the LBNF neutrino beam and to predict the neutrino fluxes at the DUNE far detector. Because of the different detector locations with respect to the beam-line, energy spectra at the two detectors will be slightly different, even in the absence of neutrino oscillations. A method known as the beam matrix method attempts to improve on the simple near/far ratio method of flux extrapolation by using a two dimensional map of near detector spectra to far detector spectra. I will show the impact of this method on neutrino flux predictions at the DUNE far detector.
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  • Chicago, Illinois, USA
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