ANZIVINO, G (reprint author), INFN,FRASCATI,ITALY.
A systematic lead/scintillating fibre calorimeter radiation hardness study was recently initiated in the framework of the LAA Project at CERN. The 0.5 GeV LEP injector LINAC is used as a radiation source and a PS beam serves as a probe to assess the damage. Initial results indicate the presence of a carrier (probably a gas) spreading the radiation damage far from the exposed region, Some comparisons between different kinds of fibres are made. Finally, the performances of a lead/scintillating fibre calorimeter after a radiation damage equivalent to a four years running at LHC at rapidity two are predicted.
ANZIVINO, G,BAI, J,BENCHEIKH, B,et al. PRELIMINARY RADIATION-DAMAGE RESULTS ON A SCINTILLATING FIBERS AND LEAD CALORIMETER[J]. RADIATION PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY,1993,41(1-2):#REF!.
ANZIVINO, G.,BAI, J.,BENCHEIKH, B.,CONTIN, A.,DELAHAYE, JP.,...&ZHAO, M.(1993).PRELIMINARY RADIATION-DAMAGE RESULTS ON A SCINTILLATING FIBERS AND LEAD CALORIMETER.RADIATION PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY,41(1-2),#REF!.
ANZIVINO, G,et al."PRELIMINARY RADIATION-DAMAGE RESULTS ON A SCINTILLATING FIBERS AND LEAD CALORIMETER".RADIATION PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY 41.1-2(1993):#REF!.