Large Hadron Collider - what and how (30 photos)





Maximilien Brice, Claudia Marcelloni CERN

View the processing center at installation server.




Maximilien Brice CERN

For being built at CERN Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS)
Hadron calorimeter designed end, as active
elements which uses scintillators with reradiating
fiber.


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It was built for the Exhibition of Economic Achievements of Switzerland - Expo'02.




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Big kalorimentr Project ATLAS.




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Workers monitor the process of calibration magnets. Each magnet is positioned automation for compliance with superhuman precision robots.



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Tracking system ALICE, Collider charged ions. Will capture the proton-proton collisions at the Coliseum heavy atoms, such as lead. That it will look in the first seconds of the Big Bada Boom.



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Inside one of the main detectors - Compact Muon Solenoid.



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Electromagnetic calorimeter. Large 6x7 square meters comprising 3,300 units scintillators, fiber and lead. Is designed to measure the energy of particles at proton Coliseum. Photons, electrons and positrons will pass through the material and energy to keep track of.



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Minimum pipe - tracking unit.



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Ambulance at the Large Hadron Collider.



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View of the tunnel.



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Insert the tracker to the solenoid.



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Completed construction of the solenoid.



Claudia Marcelloni CERN

View from the platform ATLAS, which shows how falls "wheel" in the tunnel.



Claudia Marcelloni CERN

Installation of small muon "wheels" in a cave tunnel.



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It looked like the ATLAS detector in 2007.



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Welding between two superconducting magnets.



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Muon Solenoid looked like in 2007.



Claudia Marcelloni CERN

Transportation ATLAS toroid for the project.



Maximilien Brice, Claudia Marcelloni CERN

ATLAS project. Before you were mounted muon "wheels».



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