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ICARE is the charged particles detector system used for their
identification and energy measurements. Built in the IReS (Strasbourg)
is presently installed at HIL (Fig.1).
ICARE at HIL - project milestones
- April 2004 - first ideas
- December 2004 - official statement from IReS and HIL
- December 2004 - program PICS dedicated for the project started
- May 2005 - ICARE set-up test performed in Strasbourg
- July 2005 - experimental vault for ICARE adapted
- November 2005 - ICARE transported to Warsaw
- December 2005 - assembly of ICARE mechanical parts
in the vault (with the help of IReS team)
- November 2007 - first experiments
Figure 1: Localization of the ICARE setup in the
HIL experimental hall.
The ICARE system consists of the 1m diameter reaction chamber with up
to 48 E-ΔE gas and semiconductor
telescopes , supplied with the
electronics and data acquisitions systems (see Fig.2).
Figure 2: ICARE at HIL.
The detectors can be mounted in any configuration preferred by users,
using internal mounts. The self-supporting target holder allows to use
up to 6 different targets. It can be remotely operated without
necessity of opening the reaction chamber. The detector system layout
is presented in Fig.3.
Figure 3: Inside view of ICARE
The ICARE system can be equipped with three kind
of telescopes :
Figure 4: Telescopes for the ICARE system.
(a) Gas + Si telescope, (b) Si + CsJ(Tl) telescope
(c) Si + Si + CsJ(Tl) telescope.
An example of charge and mass identification from test measurement of
angular distribution of products from 14N + 12C
are in Fig. 5.
Figure 5: Reaction products observed in one of
the Si ΔE-E telescope in the 14N + 12C
reaction at the Lab energy 80 MeV.
On the plot: raw spectra ΔE vs E.
Experimental programme to be performed using the ICARE system:
Inne układy eksperymentalne: IGISOL CUDAC JANOSIK CUP Detektory Si BARRIERS SYRENA EAGLE
- Study of properties of isotopes far from stability line produced
in heavy-ion reactions.
- Studies of fusion barrier height distributions using
the quasi-elastic scattering method.
- Study of nucleus deformation
using light-charged particles emission spectra.