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000167067 245__ $$aLow material budget microfabricated cooling devices for particle detectors and front-end electronics
000167067 269__ $$a2011
000167067 260__ $$c2011
000167067 336__ $$aConference Papers
000167067 520__ $$aNovel cooling systems with very low material budget are being fabricated and studied. They consist of silicon wafers in which microchannels are etched and closed by bonding another wafer. This cooling option is being considered for future HEP detectors of the sLHC and linear colliders. It is currently under investigation as an option for the cooling of the NA62 Gigatracker silicon pixel detector and its front-end electronics where the microfabricated cooling plate would stand directly in the beam. In this particular case, microchannel cooling meets both the very aggressive X0 (0.15%) specifications and the anticipated 2 W/cm2 power dissipation by the active electronics.
000167067 700__ $$0242546$$g121372$$aMapelli, A.
000167067 700__ $$aCatinaccio, A.
000167067 700__ $$aDaguin, J.
000167067 700__ $$aVan Lintel, H.
000167067 700__ $$aNuessle, G.
000167067 700__ $$aPetagna, P.
000167067 700__ $$aRenaud, P.$$g107144$$0240219
000167067 7112_ $$d7 - 10 June 2010$$cSiena, Italy$$a12th Topical Seminar on Innovative Particle and Radiation Detectors (IPRD10)
000167067 773__ $$j215$$tNuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements$$k1$$q349-352
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