Image Gallery for 2004-11-30-schuler-CsI-Shielding

Number of images: 21
Created on: Tuesday 30 November 2004
Below please find the images from Peter Schuler (copied over from www.desy.de/~schuler/E166/CsI-shielding/jpg) which describe the shielding layout. Click on Image to get the full figure (100-500kB, photo ~540kB). >>>Achim
Excerpt from Peter Schuler's
message :
The various drawings refer to individual brick layers, which are numbered from "1st-layer" at the bottom, all the way up to "13th-layer" at the very top. For comprehension, it is best to first look at the "side-view" and "xy-view", which indicate the general scheme and also the position of the different roof plates and spacers. These are further detailed in "thin spacers", "inner-roof-plate", "upper-roof-plate" and "plates+spacers".
There is also a very useful photo, which we got from Erez, which shows the stacking just before the CsI-detector was covered.
Since some of the shielding bricks sit on the cable tray, you will have to either reduce the thickness of those bricks in the first layer, or replace those bricks with suitable spacers.

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photo_01.jpg
thumbs/positron-table.png
positron-table.jpg
thumbs/side-view.png
side-view.jpg
thumbs/xy-view.png
xy-view.jpg
thumbs/1st-layer.png
1st-layer.jpg
thumbs/2nd-layer.png
2nd-layer.jpg
thumbs/3rd-layer.png
3rd-layer.jpg
thumbs/4th-layer.png
4th-layer.jpg
thumbs/5th-layer.png
5th-layer.jpg
thumbs/6th-layer.png
6th-layer.jpg
thumbs/7th-layer.png
7th-layer.jpg
thumbs/8th-layer.png
8th-layer.jpg
thumbs/9th-layer.png
9th-layer.jpg
thumbs/10th-layer.png
10th-layer.jpg
thumbs/11th-layer.png
11th-layer.jpg
thumbs/12th-layer.png
12th-layer.jpg
thumbs/13th-layer.png
13th-layer.jpg
thumbs/inner-roof-plate.png
inner-roof-plate.jpg
thumbs/upper-roof-plate.png
upper-roof-plate.jpg
thumbs/plates+spacers.png
plates+spacers.jpg
thumbs/thin-spacers.png
thin-spacers.jpg

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