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Proposal of a new Hcal geometry avoiding cracks in the calorimeter

Abstract : The classical geometry of a calorimeter consists most of the time in several modules, whose edges are pointing on the beam axis. Thus, detection discontinuities between two consecutive modules induce cracks in the calorimeter, and consequently a loss of precious information. This paper describes two new possible Hcal geometries avoiding such cracks in the detection. Then it deals with the internal layout and assembly procedure.
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N. Geffroy, Christian Girard, Y. Karyotakis, M. Oriunno, M. Breidenbach, et al.. Proposal of a new Hcal geometry avoiding cracks in the calorimeter. 2008, pp.11. ⟨in2p3-00324823⟩

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