Submitted by u.kurilla on Fri, 06/04/2018 - 11:13.
This document is the Technical Design Report covering the Muon System of the PANDA detector consisting of four parts, the Barrel, the End Cap the Muon Filter and the Forward Range System. It describes the design of the full Muon System equipped with Mini Drift Tube detectors with corresponding electronics and their expected performance. The actual realization may be subjected to possible modifications arising during the tendering process and in the final construction.
Submitted by u.kurilla on Fri, 06/04/2018 - 10:54.
This document forms part of the PANDA Technical Design Report and covers the cluster-jet and the pellet targets. The former one is already fully developed and will be the day-1 PANDA target for commissioning and medium luminosity experiments. Higher effective target densities can be achieved with a frozen pellet target including a pellet tracking system for vertex reconstruction.
The technical design of the pellet generator will be described in a forthcoming appendix to this document.
This document presents the technical layout
and the expected performance of the For-
ward Tracker (FT), a tracking detector for
the PANDA Forward Spectrometer (FS). The
FT consists of a set of planar tracking sta-
tions measuring deflection of particle trajec-
tories in the magnetic field of the FS dipole
magnet, providing the information about the
particle momenta. The design of the stations
is based on self-supporting straw tube detec-
tors which will be also used in the PANDA
central Straw Tube Tracker (STT) described
in a separate TDR, submitted and accepted
This document is a Technical Design Report (TDR) which presents the status of the PANDA Forward Time-of-Flight (FToF) wall design. The FToF wall is a system of large scintillation counters which intends for
detection on event basis of the timestamps particles emitted within acceptance of the PANDA Forward spectrometer. The overall
timing resolution of the system is better than 100 ps. The FToF wall is assumed to be used in PID of forward going hadrons with momenta below 4 GeV by time-of-flight criterion. The Dipole ToF implied to be placed inside the dipole magnet is an extension of the FToF wall requiring more R&D. It will be covered in an addendum to this document.
The revised version from Dec 18, 2017 ready for submission to FAIR ECE was uploaded on Jan 16, 2018.
Submitted by ken.suzuki on Fri, 02/12/2016 - 16:19.
This document describes the technical layout and the expected performance of the Barrel Time-of-Flight detector (Barrel TOF) for the P̅ANDA target spectrometer. The Barrel TOF detector has been designed to precisely measure the time at which a charged particle transits the detector with a resolution superior to the other sub-detectors. It will signal the topology of physics events in statu nascendi, hence setting cornerstones for event classification. The implementation of the Barrel TOF is based on very fast organic scintillator tiles coupled to Silicon Photomultipliers. Therefore the name scintilla- tor tile hodoscope (SciTil). The document also shows the readiness of SciTil for construction and its integration into the P̅ANDA Target Spectrometer