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Conceptual design of the AGATA 1$\pi$ array at GANIL

E. Clément 1 C. Michelagnoli 1 G. De France 1 H.J. Li 1 A. Lemasson 1 M. Beuzard 1 C. Barthe Dejean 1 P. Bougault 1 J. Cacitti 1 J.-L. Foucher 1 G. Fremont 1 P. Gangnant 1 J. Goupil 1 C. Houarner 1 M. Jean 1 A. Lefevre 1 L. Legeard 1 F. Legruel 1 C. Maugeais 1 L. Ménager 1 N. Ménard 1 H. Munoz 1 M. Ozille 1 B. Raine 1 J.A. Ropert 1 F. Saillant 1 C. Spitaels 1 M. Tripon 1 Ph. Valleran 1 G. Voltolini 1 W. Korten 2 M.-D. Salsac 2 Ch. Theisen 2 M. Zielinska 2 T. Joannem 2 M. Karolak 2 M. Kebbiri 2 A. Lotodé 2 R. Touzery 2 Ch. Walter 2 A. Korichi 3 J. Ljungvall 3 A. Lopez-Martens 3 D. Ralet 3 N. Dosme 3 X. Grave 3 N. Karkour 3 X. Lafay 3 E. Legay 3 I. Kojouharov C. Domingo-Pardo 4 A. Gadea 4 R.M. Pérez-Vidal 4 J. V. Civera 4 B. Birkenbach 5 J. Eberth 5 H. Hess 5 L. Lewandowski 5 P. Reiter 5 A. Nannini 6 G. De Angelis 7 G. Jaworski 7 P. John 7 D.R. Napoli 7 J.J. Valiente-Dobón 7 D. Barrientos 7 D. Bortolato 7 G. Benzoni 8 A. Bracco 8 S. Brambilla 8 F. Camera 8 F.C.L. Crespi 8 S. Leoni 8 B. Million 8 A. Pullia 8 O. Wieland 8 D. Bazzacco 9 S.M. Lenzi 9 S. Lunardi 9 R. Menegazzo 9 D. Mengoni 9 F. Recchia 9 M. Bellato 9 R. Isocrate 9 F. J. Egea Canet 9 F. Didierjean 10 G. Duchêne 10 R. Baumann 10 M. Brucker 10 E. Dangelser 10 M. Filliger 10 H. Friedmann 10 G. Gaudiot 10 J.-N. Grapton 10 H. Kocher 10 C. Mathieu 10 M.-H. Sigward 10 D. Thomask 10 S. Veeramootoo 10 J. Dudouet 11 Olivier Stézowski 11 C. Aufranc 11 Y. Aubert 12 M. Labiche 13 J. Simpson 13 I. Burrows 13 P.J. Colemansmith 13 A. Grant 13 I.H. Lazarus 13 P.S. Morrall 13 V.F.E. Pucknell 13 A. Boston 14 D.S. Judson 14 N. Lalović 15 J. Nyberg 16 J. Collado 17 V. González 17 I. Kuti 18 B.M. Nyakó 18 A. Maj 19 M. Rudigier 20 
Abstract : The Advanced GAmma Tracking Array (AGATA) has been installed at the GANIL facility, Caen-France. This setup exploits the stable and radioactive heavy-ions beams delivered by the cyclotron accelerator complex of GANIL. Additionally, it benefits from a large palette of ancillary detectors and spectrometers to address in-beam gamma-ray spectroscopy of exotic nuclei. The set-up has been designed to couple AGATA with a magnetic spectrometer, charged-particle and neutron detectors, scintillators for the detection of high-energy gamma rays and other devices such as a plunger to measure nuclear lifetimes. In this paper, the design and the mechanical characteristics of the set-up are described. Based on simulations, expected performances of the AGATA 1$\pi$ array are presented
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E. Clément, C. Michelagnoli, G. De France, H.J. Li, A. Lemasson, et al.. Conceptual design of the AGATA 1$\pi$ array at GANIL. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 2017, 855, pp.1-12. ⟨10.1016/j.nima.2017.02.063⟩. ⟨cea-01538475⟩

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