A Model on Heat Signal of Crystal Detector at Low Temperature
We present a model to calculate heat signal shapes from low-temperature bolometer attached to a crystal. This model is based on the elementary acoustic wave theory at low temperature and has been developed using modern Monte Carlo techniques. Physical processes in phonon propagation, such as transmission, scattering and reflection are considered. Using our model, the calculated time dependence of signal agrees with real experimental data. This model has applications in low-temperature rare event particle detectors for dark matter and neutrinos.
KeywordsPhonon physics Simulation Lattice dynamics Acoustic wave Cryogenic calorimeter
The author would like to thank Yonghamb Kim, Juhee Lee, Chang Lee and Seungyoon Oh for useful communications. This work was supported by Project Code IBS-R016-D1.
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