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Development of a MWDC prototype of the CSR external-target experiment

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摘要: The cooling storage ring (CSR) external-target experiment (CEE) is a spectrometer used in construction to study the properties of nuclear matter in high-baryon density regions at the Heavy-Ion Research Facility in Lanzhou (HIRFL). This study presents the design, simulation, manufacturing, and testing of a half-size prototype of a multi-wire drift chamber (MWDC) for the CEE. First, the performance of the MWDC connected to home-made electronics was simulated. The results demonstrated that an energy resolution of 18.5% for 5.9-keV X-rays and a position resolution of 194 um for protons can be achieved by the current design. Because the size of the largest MWDC reached 176 × 314 cm, a set of 98 × 98 cm prototypes was built using the new techniques. The positioning accuracy of the anode wires in this prototype exceeded 20 um. After optimization using commercially available electronic devices, the prototype achieved an energy resolution of 19.7% for a 55Fe X-ray source. The CEE-MWDC detector and electronics were simultaneously tested. An energy resolution of 22% was achieved for the 55Fe source; the track residuals were approximately 330 um for the cosmic rays. The results demonstrate that the current design and techniques meet the requirements of the CEE-MWDC array.

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