Bonn 2020 – wissenschaftliches Programm
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T 87.5: Vortrag
Donnerstag, 2. April 2020, 17:30–17:45, L-3.016
Alignment reconstruction of Micromegas quadruplets — •Fabian Vogel, Otmar Biebel, Bernhard Flierl, Maximilian Herrmann, Ralf Hertenberger, Christoph Jagfeld, Felix Klitzner, Katrin Penski, Maximilian Rinnagel, Sebastian Trost, and Chrysostomos Valderanis — LMU Muenchen
For the upcoming New Small Wheel upgrade of the ATLAS detector Micromegas quadruplets will be implemented as muon tracking detectors. These gaseous detectors are optimized for the detection of minimum ionizing particles. They contain a metallic micromesh to divide the gas volume into a drift and an amplification region. The anode on the bottom of the detector contains parallel readout strips on a printed circuit board (PCB) for one dimensional readout. Each of the four detector layers is built from three individual PCBs glued side-by-side on either side of the readout panel. The alignment of a quadruplet made from two readout panels with four layers of PCBs for each individual layer, as well as the alignment of these layers with respect to each other is investigated. Studies of those quadruplets in the cosmic ray facility of the LMU are compared to optical precision inspections using dedicated markers on the PCBs. New measuring techniques have been developed and integrated in the series production of the modules. First results of the comparison will be presented.