Cooling systems for the novel pixel detectors

Oct 13, 2020, 5:50 PM
25m
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Oral report Section 3. Modern nuclear physics methods and technologies. Section 3. Modern nuclear physics methods and technologies

Speaker

Dmitrii Nesterov (St Petersburg State University (RU))

Description

Today the silicon-based detector systems are playing a key role in experimental studies of the nuclear matter properties. Using thin silicon pixel detectors for the precise identification of charged particles opens completely new opportunities to investigate the states of nuclear matter arising in processes of relativistic nuclear collisions. For stable operational conditions of such detectors, the efficient mechanic and cooling systems at minimum material budget should be used.
In present work, the ideas and developments for mechanic and cooling systems for novel vertex detectors based on silicon pixel sensors have been presented.
The reported study was supported by RFBR, research project No. 18-02-40075.

Primary authors

Dmitrii Nesterov (St Petersburg State University (RU)) Vladimir Zherebchevskii (St Petersburg State University (RU)) Dr Grigori Feofilov (St Petersburg State University (RU)) Serguei Igolkin (St Petersburg State University (RU)) Tatiana Lazareva (St Petersburg State University (RU)) Nikolai Maltcev (St. Petersburg State University (RU)) Daria Pichugina Mr Nikita Prokofyev (St Petersburg State University (RU)) Alina Rakhmatullina (St Petersburg State University (RU))

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