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Volume 272 - 54th International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics (BORMIO2016) - posters
PANDA Forward Spectrometer Calorimeter
P. Semenov,* S. Bukreeva, S. Chernichenko, A. Sukhih, S. Diehl, V. Dormenev, R. Novotny, V. Mochalov, D. Morozov, A. Ryazantsev, S. Ryzhikov, A. Vasiliev
*corresponding author
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Published on: 2016 December 14
The PANDA experiment is one of the challenging projects being constructed on new FAIR facility near Darmstadt. It will use the antiproton beam from the High Energy Storage Ring colliding with an internal proton target and a general purpose spectrometer to carry out a rich and diversified hadrons physics program. One of the main PANDA detectors is a calorimeter complex consisting of a central PWO crystal based calorimeter and a forward shashlyk-type sampling calorimeter.
The design of the PANDA Forward Spectrometer Calorimeter (FSC) is completed and validated by several test-beam measurements. FSC Technical Design Report recently was approved by FAIR experts committee and construction of the detector is expected to be started in the next year.
The detector production-ready status including mass-production techniques developed at IHEP,Protvino is presented in the report.
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