I used the calibration of North and South NPRO control voltage to frequency change from CTN:1948.
Then using the following formula:
where S is the calibration slope for NPRO from volts to the frequency
is the coefficient of thermal expansion of fused silica,
c is the speed of light 299792458 m/s
The offset was adjusted so that at t=0, the cavity temperatures is the same as the vacuum can in-loop temperature sensor reading at t=0.
This gave for the **South Cavity **__-22.456__** K/V** and for the **North Cavity ****-23.489**** K/V**
The South Cavity temperature changed 0.511 K, 0.539 K, and 0.565 K in the **first step** on the three days. Mean response to the first step is **0.538**** K**.
The North Cavity temperature changed 0.520 K, 0.574 K, and 0.639 K in the **first step** on the three days. Mean response to the first step is **0.578**** K**.
The South Cavity temperature changed -0.878 K, -0.860 K, and -0.863 K in the **second step** on the three days. Mean response to the second step is **-0.867**** K**.
The North Cavity temperature changed -0.903 K, -0.933 K, and -0.910 K in the **second step **on the three days. Mean response to the second step is **-0.915**** K**.
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Edit Fri Sep 6 12:01:49 2019 anchal in RED above.
Found out that there is a bored hole in the spacer so the laser doesn't travel in fused silica actually. So the refractive index used above is wrong.
Updated calculations and plots for the same. |