The type of drum is a standard kit ....and i need to know the types of mics i will need to use and also their type (condenser/dynamic),brand names along with frequency response,directionality in terms of polar patterns and as well as sensitivity measures of each mic in each piece
Use whatever the studio has.
Use their engineer to set it up.
If they already have a studio kit, consider using that instead.* Their engineer will be very familiar with it.
The time to be learning how to mic up a large drum kit in a room you don't know with mics you don't know is not now. You will not get it right in a week, maybe not even a month.
It takes years to know instinctively what will work on a kit even in a room you know with mics you already know.
Half of the data you are requesting is really unimportant to that learning curve, it's merely incidental, & one engineer will use a cardioid dynamic mic where another would use an omni condenser.
Both are correct.
…and one late point…
A good mic cupboard to do this can cost in excess of 10 thousand dollars.
*Anecdotally, at one time in my life I had the …ermm… pleasure of being hired to do a 'best of the local bands' album. So we had basically one band every 2 days for about a month.
All the drummers brought their own kits. 70% of them ended up using the studio kit because theirs sounded like pants.
For the more insistent drummers I did a fast tune-up & got something respectable out of them [usually using the studio cymbals]. Most times, though, even if the drummer preferred his own kit, the rest of the band managed to talk him out of it ;)