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An introduction to the STAR detector and a brief overview of the physics goals of the experiment are presented.
The STAR Time Projection Chamber was successfully operated during the first RHIC run in 2000. Most of the STAR contributions reported in these proceedings are based on the analysis of data from the… Expand
A time-of-flight system was constructed for the STAR Experiment for the direct identification of hadrons produced in (197) An + (197) An collisions at RHIC. The system consists of two separate… Expand
Alexander Calvert, Edward Jenner, Robert Jefferson, Robert Bloor, Nicola Adams, Rosemarie Ramkhelawan and Chris St. Clair make the case for the application of vector offset binning to many of… Expand
A streak camera has been built with two orthogonal deflections allowing the stacking of up to 50 streaks on the screen of the readout CCD. The slow sweep can he varied from one extreme where all… Expand
The constitutive relations commonly used to model the behavior of SnAgCu solder joints in thermal cycling predict strain rates that are wrong and may be extremely misleading, particularly regarding… Expand
The development of reliable Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) that are light, wearable and conforming to the human body while still preserving full operational integrity requires among other an… Expand
This study reviews workover fluids, completion fluids, and packer fluids. Gases (such as nitrogen or natural gas), brine waters, and muds are included. The section on nitrogen workover and completion… Expand
Describes the Ferranti MIDAS co-ordinate measuring machine (CMM) which consists of three orthogonal axes in X, Y and Z and a Renishaw PH10 two degree of freedom probe capable of rotating +or-180… Expand