共通基盤

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Building Belle SVD2.0 Detector
Oct 28, 2002 Students and Mechanical Engineering Center staff build the second generation silicon vertex detector for Belle experiment.
by Zen-ichi Yamada
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Radiation Monitor
Radiation monitor system (NORM3) placed at various part of the laboratory are monitored centrally at the Radiation Science Center.
by Oki
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Mechanical Engineering Center
May, 1995
by Tokio Ohska
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RF Cavities for J-PARC
Jul 9, 2002
A pair of nine-cell Niobium Superconducting RF Cavities.
by Tokio Ohska
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RF Cavities for J-PARC
Jul 9, 2002
Niobium Superconducting RF Cavities developed in collaboration with the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI) for the J-PARC project.
by Tokio Ohsk
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Open Room for Computer Terminals
Researchers discuss their analysis results at the open room in the Computing Research Center.
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Computer Networks
High speed computer network infrastructure, connecting the experimental instruments inside the laboratory, to the domestic and world-wide institutes such as CERN, Fermilab, SLAC, BNL, are the life-line of the international research collabo
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Supercomputer
A Hitachi SR8000 supercomputer provides xxx TFlops computing power for computational physics calculation, such as the first-principle calculation of the hadronic matrix elements of the B meson for a precision determination of the Cabbibo- Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM) angles.
by Y.Shibuya
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Cryogenics Engineering Center
Caption title: Cryogenics Science Center Caption: Cryogenics Science Center provides 100k-litter liquid helium for research and operation of low temperature devices at KEK other than conducting their own researches in superconductivity.
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LHC quadrupole magnet
1999 Instllation of the first prototype LHC quadrupole magnet into the vertical cryostat for the coldstate test. KEK has developed a low-beta insertion quadrupole magnet for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in the KEK-CERN collaboration. The magnet, with a 70-mm aperture and an effective magnetic length of 6.3, is designed to be operated at 215 T/m in superfluid helium at 1.9 K.
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RDDS disk for X-band Linear Collider
1998
Mechanical Engineering Center produces an 1 micron accuracy X-band radio frequency cavity for the future linear collider.
by Tokio Ohska