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Heat transfer simulation of the BM@N -STS detector

Oct 25, 2019, 1:55 PM
Centrum Zaawansowanych Materiałów i Technologii CEZAMAT

Centrum Zaawansowanych Materiałów i Technologii CEZAMAT

Poleczki 19, 02-822 Warszawa, Polska
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Maciej Czarnynoga (Politechnika Warszawska)


Silicon Tracking System (STS) will be part of tracking system in Baryonic Matter at Nuclotron (BM@N) experiment. Such detector consists of high amount of silicon chips, which are consuming significant electric power. Most of this power is dissipated in chip as heat, this process can couse overheating of chip or even whole detector. CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) thermal simulation might be used to investigate the overheating risk. Moreover results of such simulation can be used to design temperature stabilisation system

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Maciej Czarnynoga (Politechnika Warszawska)


Adam Kisiel (Warsaw University of Technology (PL)) Daniel Dabrowski (Warsaw University of Technology) Krystian Roslon (Warsaw University of Technology (PL)) Marek Peryt (Warsaw University of Technology) Michalina Milewicz-Zalewska (Joint Institute for Nuclear Reactions) Nikita Dunin (JINR)

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