Beam Characteristics |
K2K |
CERN AD |
FNAL Debuncher |
FNAL Booster |
NuMI LE |
NuMI ME |
NuMI HE |

Peak E(nu) (GeV) |
X | X | ~2.5 | 1 | 3.5 | 7.5 | 13 |

Maximum E(nu) (GeV) (->1% peak rate) |
X | X | 8.9 | 3 | 50 | 50+ | 50+ |

Nu(mu) CC Rate (per ton-year) |
X | 1.4 | 0 | 5,000 | 210,000 | 1,100,000 | 2,000,000 |

Nubar(mu) CC Rate (per ton-year) |
X | 3.4 | ~18 (Time Separated) ~360 (Prompt) |
1,000 | 21,000 | 32,000 | 20,000 |

Nu(e) CC Rate (per ton-year) |
X | 0 | 0 | 1 | 2,300 | 9,500 | 12,000 |

Nubar(e) CC Rate (per ton-year) |
X | 0.4 | ~18 (Time Separated) | 0.5 | 630 | 660 | 600 |

Flux uncertainty |
X | X | 10% | 10% | 20% | 20% | 20% |

QE events / 100 ton-years |
X | 169 nubar(mu) 47 nu(mu) 17 nubar(e) |
525 nubar(e) | 500,000 nu(mu) 100,000 nu(mu) |
X | X | X |

Floor space (m**2) |
X | X | New Hall | New Hall | 20 x 2.5 | 20 x 2.5 | 20 x 2.5 |

Run Type |
X | X | Parasitic | Parasitic | Parasitic | Parasitic | Parasitic |

(1) NUMI Numbers provided by Jorge Morfin. Assume NUMI-year -> 3 x 10**20 POT

(2) Fermilab Debuncher numbers provided by Steve Geer. CC rates assume CC/QE rate = 3.5

(3) CERN AD Numbers provided by Sergio Navas. For a more detailed table click HERE Note that the AD rate is low since antihydrogen running requires a slow repetition rate (60 secs or so). In the absense of antihydrogen running the rates could increase by a factor of ~25.

(4) Fermilab Booster Numbers provided by Ray Stefanski. A Booster (MiniBooNE)-year corresponds to 5 x 10**20 POT. The distance from the target to the new hall is assumed to be 250m ... could be shorter (100m ?) if more rate required.