GSI Forum
GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung

Home » Alice » Alice TRD Chamber Tests » Radiator dimensions
Radiator dimensions [message #1357] Fri, 04 February 2005 14:04 Go to next message
Clemens Adler is currently offline  Clemens Adler
Messages: 42
Registered: March 2004
continuous participant
From: 140.181.8*
Hello chamber builders and testers,

the excel file from Wolfgang Verhoeven with the radiator dimensions from where the posisions of the bars in the radiators can be extracted can be found at:
http://www.physi.uni-heidelberg.de/~adler/TRD/040205radiatormasse.xls

cheers,
Clemens
Re: Radiator dimensions [message #1431 is a reply to message #1357] Mon, 28 February 2005 11:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Herbert Stelzer is currently offline  Herbert Stelzer
Messages: 2
Registered: November 2004
Location: GSI
occasional visitor
From: dlpc032.gsi.de
Hello,
from the excel-table 040205radiatormasse.xls I tried to extract the positons of the bars inside the radiator. I did not succeed.
Can anybody help me ???
Herbert
h.stelzer@gsi.de


H. Stelzer
Re: Radiator dimensions [message #1432 is a reply to message #1431] Mon, 28 February 2005 17:00 Go to previous message
Clemens Adler is currently offline  Clemens Adler
Messages: 42
Registered: March 2004
continuous participant
From: *physi.uni-heidelberg.de
Hello Herbert,

Sorry, I didn't realize that there is in fact some additional information needed to figure out the positions of the bars.

Radiator consists of 2 (large) plates, called Fensterplatte (the side which is inside the chamber) and Bodenplatte (outside of chamber). The Bodenplatte is a bit smaller. The walls of the radiator and the bars of the compartements are made of 8mm thick Rohacell.
'Raster' indicates how many compartements are there for a certain radiator type. 'Vlieszuschnitt' corresponds very closely to the size of each compartement.

In your case (L5C1) you have dimensions of the 'Bodenplatte' of 1425x1153. 1425 is divided into 6 Compartements of 228,2mm length, the width of 1109 is divided into 5 compartements of 212,0 mm.
(228,2mm*6+8mm*7 = 1425,2, which is close enough to 1425mm etc...).
If you want to measure from the edge of the chamber(frame) you have to add the thickness of the profiles +~2mm to get to the edge of the 'Bodenplatte'.

hope that helps,
Clemens
Previous Topic: FIrst look at chambers at GSI
Next Topic: Chamber testing manual version 3
Goto Forum:
  


Current Time: Sun May 22 22:23:00 CEST 2022

Total time taken to generate the page: 0.00939 seconds