CALICE Si/W ECAL: Endcap structures and cooling system

Abstract : The next major project of particle physics will be the International Linear Collider: a linear accelerator in which electrons and positrons will collide with energies of 500 to around 1000 billion electronvolts. The LPSC-Grenoble is involved in the R\&D activities for the International Large Detector (ILD) and in particular in the electromagnetic calorimeter (ECal): i.e. design of the fastening and cooling systems, design of the mechanics of the end-caps, test of EM prototypes, tooling and integration of the end-caps.
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D. Grondin, J. Giraud, J.Y. Hostachy. CALICE Si/W ECAL: Endcap structures and cooling system. International Workshop on Future Linear Colliders (LCWS2016), Dec 2016, Morioka, Japan. ⟨in2p3-01419235⟩

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