Fast timing and trigger Cherenkov detector for collider experiments
Grigoryev, V. A., Kaplin, V. A., Karavicheva, T. L., Konevskikh, A. S., Kurepin, A. B., Loginov, V. A., Melikyan, A., Morozov, I. V., Reshetin, A. I., Serebryakov, D. V., Shabanov, A. I., Slupecki, M., Trzaska, W., & Tykmanov, E. M. (2016). Fast timing and trigger Cherenkov detector for collider experiments. In I. Arkhangelskaja, & P. Buzhan (Eds.), ICPPA-2015 : International Conference on Particle Physics and Astrophysics, 5–10 October 2015, Moscow, Russia. Institute of Physics Publishing Ltd.. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 675. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/675/4/042015
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Analysis of fast timing and trigger Cherenkov detector’s design for its use in collider experiments is presented. Several specific requirements are taken into account – necessity of the radiator’s placement as close to the beam pipe as possible along with the requirement of gapless (solid) radiator’s design. Characteristics of the Cherenkov detector’s laboratory prototype obtained using a pion beam at the CERN Proton Synchrotron are also presented, showing the possibility of obtaining sufficiently high geometrical efficiency along with good enough time resolution (50 ps sigma).
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