Publication detail

Methods for computation of general signals induced in high-resistive place chamber

Jarmila Dědková, Libor Dědek

Original Title

Methods for computation of general signals induced in high-resistive place chamber

English Title

Methods for computation of general signals induced in high-resistive place chamber

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

There are presented different approaches of computation of signals induced in the Resistive Plate Chamber (RPC). A simple one-dimensional model of the RPC is analyzed in order to better understand to the processes which occur in the numerical modeling of the three-dimensional field in the chamber. Further a generalized solution for numerical evaluation of output signals from the RPC is proposed. Simplified solution of the output signals due to the moving charge between two parallel electrodes is presented. Finally the field equations for scalar transient electric potential due to the motion of a free charge in the presence of high resistive dielectrics are derived. Also the equations for the currents and voltages of the pick-up electrodes indicating the charge velocity and position are given. Some results of the calculated signals are given using a new program based on the Finite Element Method.

English abstract

There are presented different approaches of computation of signals induced in the Resistive Plate Chamber (RPC). A simple one-dimensional model of the RPC is analyzed in order to better understand to the processes which occur in the numerical modeling of the three-dimensional field in the chamber. Further a generalized solution for numerical evaluation of output signals from the RPC is proposed. Simplified solution of the output signals due to the moving charge between two parallel electrodes is presented. Finally the field equations for scalar transient electric potential due to the motion of a free charge in the presence of high resistive dielectrics are derived. Also the equations for the currents and voltages of the pick-up electrodes indicating the charge velocity and position are given. Some results of the calculated signals are given using a new program based on the Finite Element Method.

Keywords

Induced signal, Resistive Plate Chamber, moving charge, quasi-static field, general solution, Finite element method

RIV year

2005

Released

01.01.2005

Pages from

1

Pages to

21

Pages count

21

BibTex


@article{BUT46102,
  author="Jarmila {Dědková} and Libor {Dědek}",
  title="Methods for computation of general signals induced in high-resistive place chamber",
  annote="There are presented different approaches of computation of signals induced in the Resistive Plate Chamber (RPC). A simple one-dimensional model of the RPC is analyzed in order to better understand to the processes which occur in the numerical modeling of the three-dimensional field in the chamber. Further a generalized solution for numerical evaluation of output signals from the RPC is proposed. Simplified solution of the output signals due to the moving charge between two parallel electrodes is presented. Finally the field equations for scalar transient electric potential due to the motion of a free charge in the presence of high resistive dielectrics are derived. Also the equations for the currents and voltages of the pick-up electrodes indicating the charge velocity and position are given. Some results of the calculated signals are given using a new program based on the Finite Element Method.",
  booktitle="Acta Technica ČSAV 50",
  chapter="46102",
  journal="Acta Technica ČSAV",
  number="1",
  volume="50",
  year="2005",
  month="january",
  pages="1",
  type="journal article - other"
}