Cryogenic technology for tracking detectors

V. Granata, C. Da Viá, S. Watts, K. Borer, S. Janos, K. Pretzl, B. Dezillie, Z. Li, L. Casagrande, P. Collins, S. Grohmann, E. Heijne, C. Lourenço, T. O. Niinikoski, V. G. Palmieri, P. Sonderegger, E. Borchi, M. Bruzzi, S. Pirollo, S. ChapuyZ. Dimcovski, E. Grigoriev, W. Bell, S. R.H. Devine, V. O'Shea, G. Ruggiero, K. Smith, P. Berglund, W. De Boer, F. Hauler, S. Heising, L. Jungermann, M. Abreu, P. Rato Mendes, P. Sousa, V. Cindro, M. Mikuz, M. Zavrtanik, A. Esposito, I. Konorov, S. Paul, S. Buontempo, N. D'Ambrosio, S. Pagano, V. Eremin, E. Verbitskaya

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Abstract

A low-mass cryogenic cooling technique for silicon sensor modules has been developed in the framework of the RD39 Collaboration at CERN. A prototype low-mass beam tracker cryostat has been designed, constructed and tested for applications in fixed target experiments. We shall report here briefly the main features and results of the system.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)197-199
Number of pages3
JournalNuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment
Volume461
Issue number1-3
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Apr 2001

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