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May, AJ;Chapron, C;Coppi, G;D'Alessandro, G;de Bernardis, P;Masi, S;Melhuish, S;Piat, M;Piccirillo, L;Schillaci, A;Thermeau, JP;Ade, P;Amico, G;Auguste, D;Aumont, J;Banfi, S;Barbaran, G;Battaglia, P;Battistelli, E;Bau, A;Belier, B;Bennett, D;Berge, L;Bernard, JP;Bersanelli, M;Bigot-Sazy, MA;Bleurvacq, N;Bonaparte, J;Bonis, J;Bordier, G;Breelle, E;Bunn, E;Burke, D;Buzi, D;Buzzelli, A;Cavaliere, F;Chanial, P;Charlassier, R;Columbro, F;Coppolecchia, A;Couchot, F;D'Agostino, R;De Gasperis, G;De Leo, M;De Petris, M;Di Donato, A;Dumoulin, L;Etchegoyen, A;Fasciszewski, A;Franceschet, C;Lerena, MMG;Garcia, B;Garrido, X;Gaspard, M;Gault, A;Gayer, D;Gervasi, M;Giard, M;Giraud-Heraud, Y;Berisso, MG;Gonzalez, M;Gradziel, M;Grandsire, L;Guerrard, E;Hamilton, JC;Harari, D;Haynes, V;Henrot-Versille, S;Hoang, DT;Incardona, F;Jules, E;Kaplan, J;Korotkov, A;Kristukat, C;Lamagna, L;Loucatos, S;Louis, T;Lowitz, A;Lukovic, V;Luterstein, R;Maffei, B;Marnieros, S;Mattei, A;McCulloch, MA;Medina, MC;Mele, L;Mennella, A;Montier, L;Mundo, LM;Murphy, JA;Murphy, JD;O'Sullivan, C;Olivieri, E;Paiella, A;Pajot, F;Passerini, A;Pastoriza, H;Pelosi, A;Perbost, C;Perdereau, O;Pezzotta, F;Piacentini, F;Pisano, G;Polenta, G;Prele, D;Puddu, R;Rambaud, D;Ringegni, P;Romero, GE;Salatino, M;Scoccola, CG;Scully, S;Spinelli, S;Stolpovskiy, M;Suarez, F;Tartari, A;Timbie, P;Torchinsky, SA;Tristram, M;Truongcanh, V;Tucker, C;Tucker, G;Vanneste, S;Vigano, D;Vittorio, N;Voisin, F;Watson, B;Wicek, F;Zannoni, M;Zullo, A
MILLIMETER, SUBMILLIMETER, AND FAR-INFRARED DETECTORS AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR ASTRONOMY IX
Thermal architecture for the QUBIC cryogenic receiver
2018
January
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QUBIC, the QU Bolometric Interferometer for Cosmology, is a novel forthcoming instrument to measure the B-mode polarization anisotropy of the Cosmic Microwave Background. The detection of the B-mode signal will be extremely challenging; QUBIC has been designed to address this with a novel approach, namely bolometric interferometry. The receiver cryostat is exceptionally large and cools complex optical and detector stages to 40 K, 4 K, 1 K and 350 mK using two pulse tube coolers, a novel He-4 sorption cooler and a double-stage He-3/He-4 sorption cooler. We discuss the thermal and mechanical design of the cryostat, modelling and thermal analysis, and laboratory cryogenic testing.
10.1117/12.2312085
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