3ds Max 2018 With X-force Keygen 2018
a prototype of the microchannel plate (mcp) sensor is designed and implemented for the comsat-2 orbit-2 radar. micro-channel plate sensors, or mcps, are avalanche photo-diodes with a very fast gain-electrode. because the electrical and optical signal is on the same electrode, they form the cathode of a phototube or photocathode. this structure is called a microchannel phototube or microchannel photocathode. a microchannel is a microscopic channel etched through a solid, usually a semiconductor, substrate. they are used as a detector element for x-ray and gamma-ray detection in semiconductor detectors. the photocathode is used as the gain-electrode and the microchannels on the anode surface are used as the channeling-electrodes. microchannel plates are widely used as detectors for x- and gamma-ray. the paper discusses the design of the mcp sensor prototype and their characterization using monte-carlo simulation and experimentally, and compares their performance with currently available commercial products.
the university of geneva has been in charge of one of the detectors in dune, the liquid argon time projection chamber (lar-tpc), for more than a decade. the lar-tpc will be the main detector in the neutrino physics experiments. a the time has come to design the electronics for the first round of cards, called the front-end boards (febs). the front-end board is the foundation of the first two daq cards we will design for the dune collaboration in near future.
hadron calorimeters are an important key technology in particle physics. at lhc experiments, the calorimeters are used as a trigger system for neutral hadron detector’s hadron trigger as well as a system to measure the jet energies. the cms collaboration at lhc is currently building two calorimeter technologies, cfcal and imt, to replace current ones, in order to realize further improvement of the trigger and energy measurement capabilities for the hadron experiments. the collaboration is now developing and testing new ways to improve the quality of calorimeter measurements, which requires understanding the fundamental properties of the calorimeter system, and the fundamental properties of hadronic showers are studied at high precision in detail. the shower maximum (sm) technique is one of the methods to reach this goal. the sm technique is based on parametrizing the detector response from these small angle scattering theory results obtained from a simulation of the hadron showers in cms calorimeter system. in this talk, the following topics are presented: 1. calorimeter definition and its basic operation principle; 2. experimental studies of the calibration mechanism and commissioning in cfcal; 3. sm method performance in cfcal and imt calorimeters. with the development of both calorimeters, the performances of the lhc experiments are continuously improved.
the first results of the integrated luminosity for 8 tev lhc pb-pb collisions are presented for the qcd inclusive, z/j/υ/γ, drell-yan, w/z/top, and multijet channels. these include the expected integrated luminosities to be collected during the four years of lhc run 2 operation, as well as the integrated luminosities to be collected during the future high luminosity upgrade. the expected integrated luminosity after the high luminosity upgrade is also presented.
the measurement of neutrino masses with the deep underground neutrino experiment (dune) is the primary goal of the long-baseline neutrino facility (lbnf). the physics goals are to make the best measurement of neutrino oscillation parameters, to determine whether cp violation is maximal, and to set bounds on cp-violating phases. dune requires a beam of extremely pure, intense neutrinos, with a power of about 20 kw, pointing primarily in the upward direction, and with the energy of the average neutrino beam being 1 gev. it also requires a near detector, which will allow dune to tune its detectors to the incoming neutrino beam. the dune detector will have a central detector composed of liquid argon, surrounded by an array of vertical and horizontal scintillator modules. lbnf/dune is a major project within the deep underground neutrino experiment (dune) collaboration, which is developing detector technologies with the goal of making the world’s best measurements of neutrino oscillations.
presentation of the design and r&d of a high-energy rfq system for a proton beam line. this system is the first in a series of high-energy rfq components. the higher-energy rfq (h-rfq) will be able to provide the 70 mv accelerating gradient required by the proposed fermilab proton-synchrotron for the dune experiment. in addition, the h-rfq will allow for the first time a continuous operation of the fermilab proton-synchrotron without the need for cyclic power-downs.