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Performance of a prototype parallel plate electromagnetic high pressure gas calorimeter
By: Cihangir, S.; Para, A.; Anderson, D.F.; Khazins, D.M.; Goulianos, K.; Giokaris, N.D.; Demortier, L.; Morgan, M.; Gustafson, H.R.; Carlsmith, D.; Fanourakis, G.; Volkov, A.D.; Tokar, S.; Poroshin, N.O.; Kuritsin, A.A.; Kalinin, A.I.; Ivanov, G.A.; Budagov, J.; Zimmeramn, J.;
1992 / IEEE / 0-7803-0884-0
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Performance of a prototype parallel plate electromagnetic high pressure gas calorimeter ' Summary form only given. A prototype parallel-plate electromagnetic calorimeter using high-pressure gas as the ionization medium has been tested. Data were taken in a pressure range of 20 to 100 atm and in an energy range 20 to 125 GeV. Results on the calorimeter response as a function of electric field, gas pressure, and beam energy have been obtained for Ar, Xe gases and gas mixtures of Ar-methane and Xe-methane. Results from radiation damage studies and an R&D effort to develop a calorimeter based on high-pressure gas ionization tubes are also considered.<
Power Engineering And Energy
Research And Development
20 To 125 Gev
20 To 100 Atm
High-pressure Gas Ionization Tubes
Parallel-plate Electromagnetic Calorimeter
Radiation Detection And Measurement