CERN : Development of Gas Systems for Gaseous Detector Operation at HL-LHC

27 Jan 2021, 11:50


The future upgrades of the Large Hadron Collider and relative Muon Systems together with a phase down policy for the emission of Greenhouse gases set important challenges for the LHC Experiments gaseous detector systems. The talk will focus on two of the main strategies in place to fulfil the new gas systems and detectors requirements. The result of the characterization and validation of operation of Triple-GEM detectors in gas recirculating systems will be presented, in particular concerning their performance in high-rate radiation environment. Moreover, an overview on the latest developments of LHC gas recuperating systems will be given, focusing on the recuperation of CF4 and R134a.

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