Automated stand check of “B” type TRT ATLAS wheel straw detectors
The automated stand developed and created by the collaboration ATLAS for testing the wheel modules of the TRT ATLAS straw detectors allows a complete check of the module that defines the serviceability of all its channels and measures the gas gain inhomogeneity along its length for each straw. The results of testing the “B” type modules manufactured at the Laboratory of Particle Physics, JINR are presented.
PACS numbers07.05.Fb 07.07.-a
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