Proton Calorimetry/Meetings/2022/06/22

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**White sheets produce poor results as in previous beam test – excellent fit results with clear sheets (after adjustment of WET of each sheet by approx. 0.1mm).
**White sheets produce poor results as in previous beam test – excellent fit results with clear sheets (after adjustment of WET of each sheet by approx. 0.1mm).
**Rev. C fits inconsistent, likely due to poor alignment of sheets with photodiodes.
**Rev. C fits inconsistent, likely due to poor alignment of sheets with photodiodes.
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*Will travel to Miami at the end of the week to attend PTCOG and present results.
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*Will travel to Miami at the end of the week to attend PTCOG and [http://www.hep.ucl.ac.uk/pbt/wikiData/presentations/2022/SS220701_PTCOG.pptx present results].
**Will be on holiday after conference, returning to work on 13th July.
**Will be on holiday after conference, returning to work on 13th July.

Latest revision as of 09:45, 14 July 2022

Minutes for UCL Proton Calorimetry Meetings, 22nd June

Present

Saad Shaikh, Simon Jolly, Raffaella Radogna

Saad Shaikh

  • Conducted beam test at UCLH last week with rev. B and rev. C prototypes.
  • Performed analysis and presented results in this presentation. Main conclusions:
    • Rev. C boards could benefit from additional grounding.
    • Clear sheets between 5-6 times brighter than white painted sheets.
    • White sheets produce poor results as in previous beam test – excellent fit results with clear sheets (after adjustment of WET of each sheet by approx. 0.1mm).
    • Rev. C fits inconsistent, likely due to poor alignment of sheets with photodiodes.
  • Will travel to Miami at the end of the week to attend PTCOG and present results.
    • Will be on holiday after conference, returning to work on 13th July.
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