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Entry  Tue Mar 22 16:29:04 2016, tara, DailyProgress, PMC, Epoxy glue on PMC mirror and PZT 
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Message ID: 1616     Entry time: Tue Mar 29 23:23:37 2016     In reply to: 1615     Reply to this: 1617
Author: rana 
Type: DailyProgress 
Category: PMC 
Subject: Epoxy glue on PMC mirror and PZT 

Evan has probably calculated the range before. If we don't have enough range, maybe you can wrap a heater around it?

If the CTE is 1e-5/K, you should get 3 GHz/K for the thermal tuning. Perhaps this can be done by putting a kapton heater on the body and then some foam insulation?

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