The Run IIb upgrade of the CDF silicon detectors

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A substantial portion of the Run IIa silicon detectors of the CDF experiment will not perform adequately for the duration of Run IIb (15 fb{sup -1}) because of radiation damage. The Silicon Vertex Detector (SVX-II) and Layer 00 will be fully replaced at the end of Run IIa. The Run IIb silicon tracker has a baseline design that safely achieves the required radiation tolerance by using single sided sensors that are actively cooled. The new Run IIb castellated layout contains more silicon surface area and has a more uniform radial distribution. It minimizes the number of hybrid and sensor varieties ... continued below

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Cabrera, S. August 19, 2002.

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A substantial portion of the Run IIa silicon detectors of the CDF experiment will not perform adequately for the duration of Run IIb (15 fb{sup -1}) because of radiation damage. The Silicon Vertex Detector (SVX-II) and Layer 00 will be fully replaced at the end of Run IIa. The Run IIb silicon tracker has a baseline design that safely achieves the required radiation tolerance by using single sided sensors that are actively cooled. The new Run IIb castellated layout contains more silicon surface area and has a more uniform radial distribution. It minimizes the number of hybrid and sensor varieties providing quick construction and assembly. The total mass in the tracking volume is reduced by eliminating unnecessary the passive material from the CDF volume.

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  • 7th International Conference on Advanced Technology and Particle Physics, Villa Olmo, Como (IT), 10/15/2001--10/19/2001

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Cabrera, S. The Run IIb upgrade of the CDF silicon detectors, article, August 19, 2002; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc743226/: accessed November 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.