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ISSN - 00189499, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1992, vol. 40, 4, p. 589-592

Performance of the SLD Barrel CRID During the 1992 Physics Data Run

Abe K., Hasegawa K., Hasegawa Y., Iwasaki Y., Suekane F., Toge N., Yuta H., Antilogus P., Aston D., Bienz T., Bird F., Dasu S., Dolinsky S., Dunwoodie W., Hallewell G., Kawahara H., Kwon Y., Leith D. W G S, Möller G., Muller D., Nagamine T., Pavel T. J., Ratcliff B., Rensing P., Schultz D., Shapiro S., Simopoulos C., Solodov E., Va'vra J., Williams S. H., Baird K., Jacques P., Kalelkar M., Plano R., Stamer P., Word G., Bean A., Caldwell D. O., Duboscq J., Huber J., Lu A., Mathys L., McHugh S., Ben-David R., Manly S., Snyder J., Turk J., Cavalli-Sforza M., Coyle P., Coyne D., Liu X., Williams D. A., Coller J., Shank J. T., Whitaker J. S., d'Oliveira A., Johnson R. A., Martinez J., Meadows B., Nussbaum M., Santha A. K S, Sokoloff M. D., Stockdale I., Wilson R. J., Yellin S.

The SLD Barrel Cherenkov Ring Imaging Detector was fully operational in the 1992 physics data run. The electron drift velocity and magnetic field deflection of electron trajectories have been measured. Cherenkov rings have been observed from both the liquid and gas radiators. The number and the resolution of the angle of Cherenkov photons have been measured to be approximately equal to design specifications. © 1993 IEEE