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# Numerical Evaluation of Signal in the Resistive Plate Chamber

Originální název

Numerical Evaluation of Signal in the Resistive Plate Chamber

Anglický název

Numerical Evaluation of Signal in the Resistive Plate Chamber

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Equations for the numerical evaluation of output signals from the resistive plate chamber are presented in the paper. The field of moving charges is described by means of scalar transient electric potential. The displacement and conductive currents are induced in the slightly conductive layer covering pick-up electrodes of an arbitrary form. These electrodes are connected to the current-controlled operational amplifiers, so that their potential can be set to zero. The potential equations are discretized by the Finite Element Method and the potential distribution due to the moving charge is then evaluated. The results are applied to find the current through the rectangular pick-up electrodes. The distribution of the total current in the electrodes as a function of the moving charge position and the layer conductivity and permittivity is given in the conclusion.

Anglický abstrakt

Equations for the numerical evaluation of output signals from the resistive plate chamber are presented in the paper. The field of moving charges is described by means of scalar transient electric potential. The displacement and conductive currents are induced in the slightly conductive layer covering pick-up electrodes of an arbitrary form. These electrodes are connected to the current-controlled operational amplifiers, so that their potential can be set to zero. The potential equations are discretized by the Finite Element Method and the potential distribution due to the moving charge is then evaluated. The results are applied to find the current through the rectangular pick-up electrodes. The distribution of the total current in the electrodes as a function of the moving charge position and the layer conductivity and permittivity is given in the conclusion.

BibTex

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@inproceedings{BUT3584,
author="Libor {Dědek} and Jarmila {Dědková}",
title="Numerical Evaluation of Signal in the Resistive Plate Chamber",
annote="Equations for the numerical evaluation of output signals from the resistive plate chamber are presented in the paper. The field of moving charges is described by means of scalar transient electric potential. The displacement and conductive currents are induced in the slightly conductive layer covering pick-up electrodes of an arbitrary form. These electrodes are connected to the current-controlled operational amplifiers, so that their potential can be set to zero. The potential equations are discretized by the Finite Element Method and the potential distribution due to the moving charge is then evaluated. The results are applied to find the current through the rectangular pick-up electrodes. The distribution of the total current in the electrodes as a function of the moving charge position and the layer conductivity and permittivity is given in the conclusion.",