Jul 19 – 22, 2006
UBC, Vancouver, Canada
Europe/Zurich timezone

Recent Progress in Tracker Alignment R&D at Michigan

Jul 20, 2006, 8:55 AM
SUB 207/9 (UBC, Vancouver, Canada)

SUB 207/9

UBC, Vancouver, Canada


Keith Riles (University of Michigan)


Recent progress in tracker alignment R&D at Michigan will be reported. Dual-laser frequency scanning interferometery (FSI) has proven to work well in reducing systematic uncertainties due to temperature fluctuations which limit single-laser FSI measurements under realistic detector conditions. Results of several recent tests carried out to cross-check the precision of the dual-laser method will be presented. Exploratory work to miniaturize the FSI optical components will also be discussed.

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