22-29 July 2015
Europe/Vienna timezone

Hadron Calorimeters for the future High Energy Physics Nuclear Experiments

24 Jul 2015, 10:30
15m
HS42 ()

HS42

talk Detector R&D and Data Handling Detector R&D and Data Handling

Speaker

Mr Vasily Mikhaylov (Nuclear Physics Institute of ASCR)

Description

The design and performance of the hadron calorimeters developed for the future high energy nuclear physics experiments at FAIR, NICA, and CERN will be discussed. The Projectile Spectator Detector (PSD) for the CBM experiment at the future FAIR facility, the Forward Calorimeter for the NA61 experiment at CERN and the Multi Purpose Detector at the future NICA facility are reviewed. These detectors are compensating lead-scintillator calorimeters designed to measure the energy distribution of the forward going projectile nucleons and nuclei fragments (spectators) produced close to the beam rapidity. Design of detector modules is presented. Readout electronics is described with an example of PaDiWa frontend board to be used for the PSD CBM. Results of performance study of the centrality and reaction plane determination for the PSD for CBM are reported. Detectors radiation hardness to ionizing and neutral particle fields is discussed with an accent on the radiation hardness properties and investigation methods for detectors exposed to the high neutron radiation. Results of neutron radiation hardness tests for the Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs) used for the light readout in the calorimeter modules are presented.

Primary authors

Dr Vasilij Kushpil (Nuclear Physics Institute of ASCR) Mr Vasily Mikhaylov (Nuclear Physics Institute of ASCR)

Co-authors

Dr Alesandr Ivashkin (Institute for Nuclear Research RAS) Dr Andrej Kugler (Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR) Dr Fedor Guber (Institute for Nuclear Research of RAS) Dr Ilya Selyuzhenkov (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung, Germany) Dr Ondrej Svoboda (Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR) Dr Pavel Tlusty (Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR) Dr Selim SEDDIKI (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung, Germany) Dr Svetlana Kushpil (Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR) Dr Vladimir Ladygin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR))

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