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Design and assembly of double-sided silicon strip module prototypes for the ATLAS upgrade strip tracker

MandatorCERN (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire)
Number of pages57
PublisherCERN : CERN (Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire)
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  • ATLAS Note
Publication date2011
Abstract

The LHC foresees a peak luminosity increase of up to ∼5×1034cm−2s−1 from ∼2022 with an integrated luminosity of ∼3000fb−1 before 2030. The current ATLAS Inner Detector will not stand the predicted radiation levels nor the expected large increase in the hit occupancy rates. A new inner tracker must therefore be designed, built and installed in a relatively short time-scale. The current layout assumes an all-silicon tracker with pixel detectors for the innermost layers and strip modules at higher radii. Major constraints are the requirements of radiation-hard sensors, efficient power distribution, minimum material budget, affordable cost, and fast and reliable production. This note reports on the design of double-sided silicon strip modules for the short-strip region of the upgraded ATLAS inner tracker. The different components of the module are described. The thermal performance is discussed. The assembly sequence of first module prototypes is explained in detail.

Keywords
  • Detectors
  • Experimental technique
Citation (ISO format)
BARBIER, Gerard et al. Design and assembly of double-sided silicon strip module prototypes for the ATLAS upgrade strip tracker. 2011
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