Heavy Ion Laboratory by F45J2n6

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									Heavy Ion Laboratory
Warsaw University



Eryk Piasecki
Cyclotron




 • K=160 (up to 400 MeV of 40Ar)
 • Ion source: ECR, 10 GHz
 • Extraction: stripping
Delivered
 beams                  Ion Energy     Extracted
                 Ion
                           [MeV]     current [pnA]

                 10B       50               4
(with new        11B
ECR source               38 - 55          3-4
other beams      12C    22 - 112         1 - 20
will be avail-   14N    28 - 110       13 - 140
able soon)
                 16O     32 - 90        6 - 140
                 19F     38 - 66            1
                 20Ne   50 - 190       11 - 140
                 22Ne   44 - 132          ~10
                 32S    64 - 122            8
                 40Ar   80 - 195        1 - 2.5
    Experimental facilities in HIL
          Cudac   OsirisII Janosik                   • Charged particles
                                                     multidetector system
                                                     ICARE
Wigisol                          ICARE
                                                     • GDR multidetector
                                                     system JANOSIK
Syrena                                               • γ-ray multidetector
                                                     system OSIRIS II
                                                     • Scandinavian type
                                                     on-line mass separ-
                                                     ator WIGISOL
                                                     • General purpose
                                                     scattering chambers
                                                     CUDAC and
                                                     SYRENA

                                 • Irradiation chamber with water cooling
                                 • Low background lead shielded HPGe counters
ICARE in WARSAW
           Identificateur de Charges A Rendement Eleve

       • Reaction chamber (Φ1.0x0.7m)
       • 48 telescopes for charged particles
         detection & identification:
               8 tel.: ΔE(gas) + 500μ E(Si)
              24 tel.: 40μ ΔE(Si) + 2.5cm E(CsI)
              16 tel.: 40μ ΔE(Si) + 300μ ΔE(Si) + 2.5cm E(CsI)
       •    Electronics
       •    Data Acquisition System
       •    The gas system with remote control
       •    The vaccuum system

       •    ToF possibilities – very soon
      Osiris II
• Up to 12HP Ge spectro-
meters with anticompton
shields
• BGO gamma ray multipli-
city filter
• Si –Ball for light charged
particle detection
• Internal conversion β
spectrometer

• 4 sector HPGe polarime-
ter
• CUP – veto detector for
light charged particles
•PiN-diode chamber for
scattered heavy ion dete-
ction
       GDR multidetector system JANOSIK

• Movable high energy
gamma ray detector:
high volume NaI(Tl)
crystal surrounded by
an active plastic shield,
passive LiH and thick
lead shields
• Multiplicity filter: 32
small scintillator dete-
ctors (12 BaF2 and 20
Na(Tl))
• 16 silicon telescopes
for light charged partic-
les.
      WIGISOL (Warsaw Ion Guide Separator On-Line)

                                 • Mass separation:
                       Si det.
                         #2      - acceleration voltage 40KV
                                 - analyzing magnet 55 deg.
                                 - mass resolution 260-700


                                 • Detection setup:
                                  - tape station
                                  - advanced time delay sys-
                                   tem (β-γ-γ: Ge, Si(Li), BaF2
Si det.                            detectors + digital electro-
  #1
                                   nics)
 beam
                                  - mini-orange spectrometer
Typical activities
of the research groups at HIL
•   GDR studies
•   γ-γ in-beam spectroscopy
•   Life time measurements (e.g. with DSA
    method)
•   Multiple Coulomb excitation studies
•   On-line β internal conversion spectroscopy
•   Reactions with light ions
•   Fusion barrier height distribution studies
•   Biological interactions of high LET radiation
    studies
•   Irradiations of solid state materials with
    heavy ions
•   Semiconductor detectors development and
    tests
                                   Total beam time


    3500
                                                           3164
                                      2938
    3000
                                                                   2559
                                                                           2434
    2500                    2311
                                                   2044
                    1908
    2000

    1500
            1029
    1000

     500

       0
           1999    2000    2001     2002          2003    2004    2005    2006
                                           year


•          About 1 200 hours of beam-on-target
           time in 2006 was used by internatio-
           nal users.
•          All projects performed at HIL are
           evaluated by international Program
           Advisory Committee.
Other facilities
Heavy Ion Laboratory supports experimental
  groups with:
• a mechanical workshop
• an electronic workshop
• a data acquisition service
• a laboratory for HPGe detector annealing
  process.

In Heavy Ion Laboratory there are available:
• 10 guest rooms with a kitchen and a
  meeting room
• a conference room for 120 persons.
WARS (Warsaw Array for γ-Ray Spectroscopy)

                   •   Up to 32 Ge detectors
                   •   60 BaF2 Inner Ball
                   •   Si – Ball for light charged
                       particle detection
                   •   HI detection system (PiN-
                       diode chamber)
                   •   Internal conversion electrons
                       spectrometer
                   •   CUP – veto detector for light
                       charged particles
                   •   Plunger


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