Forum on Tracking Detector Mechanics 2016

Developments on the mechanics and cooling for the CLIC tracking detectors
  • Speaker: Szymon Krzysztof Sroka (CERN)
  • Status: Invited talk
  • Abstract: The CLIC detector tracking system is currently composed of a vertex detector with three double-sided layers of silicon detectors in both the barrel and forward regions and of a silicon tracker consisting of six barrel layers and four/seven disks on the outer/inner tracker subsystems, respectively. The strict requirements in terms of material budget (2 x 0.2% X0 per vertex double layer and 1% X0 per tracker layer) require the development of novel low-mass support structures and non-conventional cooling solutions. This talk will present the support structures concepts that are currently being explored as well as first results from finite-element simulations and small-scale prototypes. Initial results from the studies on the feasibility of air cooling for the CLIC vertex detector will also be shown.
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