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f HINS Schedule of Activities in Meson During FY 08 Bob Webber AD Safety f HINS Schedule of Activities in Meson During FY 08 Bob Webber AD Safety Meeting December 5, 2007 1

Key HINS 2008 Objectives in Meson f • Test first SSR 1 cavity at Key HINS 2008 Objectives in Meson f • Test first SSR 1 cavity at full pulsed power • Achieve 2. 5 Me. V beam from RFQ • Demonstrate controlled operation of multiple 325 MHz normal conducting cavities with vector modulators • Upgrade LCW system • Design and possibly begin construction of RT linac section shielding cave in MDB 2

Big Picture -- HINS in Meson • • f We continue to pursue the Big Picture -- HINS in Meson • • f We continue to pursue the scope of activities described in “HINS R&D Overview” dated 1/16/2007 (Beams Doc #2616) – RF power has been available from 325 MHz Klystron and Modulator system power since early April 2007 – RF Component Test Facility was commissioned in early May 2007 – First room temperature cavity was tested in 325 MHz Cavity Test Cave in September 2007 – Ion Source and RFQ Area is now being outfitted with utilities 2008 activities are expected to: – Increase available RF duty factor tenfold and extend RF power distribution system – Install cryogenic equipment and test cryostat in 325 MHz Cavity Test Cave – Test superconducting spoke cavity in cave – Commission Ion Source and RFQ Area equipment – Operate 2. 5 Me. V beam – Establish design and possibly begin construction of front end of the 65 Me. V Linac Cave – Upgrade Meson LCW system 3

Extend RF Power Distribution System • f “Ultimately” is next week ! – – Extend RF Power Distribution System • f “Ultimately” is next week ! – – – Present load is to be removed RF transmission line will be extended with 6” coax 250 k. W !!! termination will be connected New/updated documentation required? ? ? Line will be power tested – no x-ray hazard In preparation for temporary (6 mo. ) RF distribution to RFQ 2. 5 MW ultimately to RFQ and Linac Cave Load 2. 5 MW Klystron 2. 5 MW to RF Component Test Area Cage 10 db Waveguide Coupler Waveguide Switch Load Waveguide Shutter Load Circulator Coax Switch 25 k. W to Cavity Test Cave Load 10 db Coax Coupler 250 k. W 4

HINS Floor Plan in Meson Detector Building f ILC HTC Cave HINS Cavity Test HINS Floor Plan in Meson Detector Building f ILC HTC Cave HINS Cavity Test Cave RF Component Test Facility Klystron and Modulator Area RF Extension 60 Me. V Linac Cave Existing CC 2 Cave Ion Source and RFQ Area 150 ft. 5

Increase RF Duty Factor Tenfold f • New charging supply for 325 MHz klystron Increase RF Duty Factor Tenfold f • New charging supply for 325 MHz klystron modulator will be ready for commissioning early 2008 – Commissioning plan will be written and executed – “Modulator” and “RF Distribution System” LOTO procedures will need to be updated – X-ray levels at klystron collector must be checked as klystron average power is increased to maximum – Except for LOTO, no changes expected in RF system operating procedures 6

Cryogenics and SC Cavity Testing f • Test Cryostat - earliest delivery is ~April Cryogenics and SC Cavity Testing f • Test Cryostat - earliest delivery is ~April ‘ 08 • Cryogenics Distribution - earliest delivery is summer‘ 08 • Superconducting cavity testing in cave cavity likely available before cryostat and cryogenics – testing unlikely before September ‘ 08 7

2. 5 Me. V Beam from RFQ • Infrastructure • Ion Source • RFQ 2. 5 Me. V Beam from RFQ • Infrastructure • Ion Source • RFQ • RF Power Distribution • RF and Rad Safety Issues • f 2. 5 Me. V Beam – May Day? ? ? – Caged area for ion source and RFQ at the HINS location is now being outfitted with utilities – Loma Linda type proton source (with upgraded support systems) has been recently operated in MS 6 by Henryk Piekarz et al. – Untimely loss of Doug Moehs is a blow to H- source development yet to be addressed (for HINS and AD ops) – Proton source move to MDB expected in late January ‘ 08 – In RF tuning lab at ACCSYS as of Nov. 27 report – Trip to witness bead pull test pending for mid-December – Delivery expected late January ‘ 08 – Distribution to service RFQ alone is being installed; parts in hand – Resuming regular meetings with AD ES&H 8

RT Linac Section Cave in MDB f • Design efforts must begin this year RT Linac Section Cave in MDB f • Design efforts must begin this year – Understand scale of major objects to define enclosure size • Cavity cryostat dimensions and peripherals • Scale of cryogenic system feedcans and transfer lines – Understand installation/operation phasing for increasing linac energy – Quantify required utilities and cave infrastructure – Address safety issues • Egress • Shielding • Accessibility for maintenance • Construction could have major impact on other MDB operations • Cost estimates and implementation plan must be developed – Concrete shielding blocks available on site may not fulfill needs 9

Meson LCW System Upgrade f • Meson LCW system is incapable to provide HINS Meson LCW System Upgrade f • Meson LCW system is incapable to provide HINS required flow • AD Mechanical Dept. Fluids Group is finalizing details of upgrade plan – Finalization of design is slow (accelerator shutdown etc. ) – Includes new pump skid and extensive new piping – Price tag is in the order of $100 k • Implementation will have ~2 week integrated impact on water availability for ILC efforts in MDB – Work is unlikely to begin before end of February – Interruptions of water service unlikely before March – Elvin Harms has been kept in the loop from HTS group 10

Conclusion f • We need continued communication with and guidance from AD ES&H – Conclusion f • We need continued communication with and guidance from AD ES&H – To assure safe development and operation of the facility – To foresee and forestall last minute procedural or approval glitches – To continue the HINS R&D at a pace expected by the Directorate with eyes to possible Project X 11

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Test cryostatus § Vacuum vessel Ø Order placed September 19. Quoted delivery 16 weeks. Test cryostatus § Vacuum vessel Ø Order placed September 19. Quoted delivery 16 weeks. § Magnetic shield Ø Plan to soul source design and fabrication to Amuneal for ~$38, 000. Estimated delivery 12 weeks. § Thermal shield and MLI Ø Design in process. Detailed design estimated November 1. § Support post Ø Design complete – release by October 1. Estimated delivery 8 weeks. In-house assembly required. § Internal piping Ø Conceptual design only. Detailed design complete estimated January 1. § Power coupler Ø Version 2 design complete – release by October 15. Estimated delivery 16 weeks. § Final assembly Ø Earliest delivery to MDB ~ March 15, 2008. Vacuum vessel, shields, piping, etc. No cavity or coupler. Assumes TD technician availability. 13

Multiple Cavity/Vector Modulator Operation • Proof-of-principle demonstration is FY’ 08 objective • Vector Modulators Multiple Cavity/Vector Modulator Operation • Proof-of-principle demonstration is FY’ 08 objective • Vector Modulators • Vector Modulator Bias Power Supplies • f Low Level RF Controls – RFQ plus one or two RT cavities, not in final configuration – Cavities perhaps not installed in final position – Makeshift RF distribution components – 75 k. W phase shifters have been demonstrated – 75 k. W modulator is being tested to understand coupling between amplitude and phase modulation – 500 k. W modulator (for RFQ) testing on hold • Commercial hybrid coupler failed, replacement on order • Ferrite phase shifters OK so far • Awaiting high power circulator delivery (customs paperwork) – AD EE Dept. has provided one pair of supplies for initial testing – They appear committed to continue work on this project – Yet to identify resources to focus on these issues – This will be the critical path! 14

f HINS Meson Priorities for FY 08 • Design, fab and install HINS spoke f HINS Meson Priorities for FY 08 • Design, fab and install HINS spoke cavity test cryostat • Design, fab and install cryogenics for test cryostat • Install and commission Ion Source and RFQ • Process and power test first SSR 1 cavity (and up to 3 more now on order) HINS test cryostat (TD, APC) • • • – – (TD, AD) Installation to begin August? Limited by completion of design and fabrication severly constrained by number of cryogenics engineers and mechanical engineers with cryogenic compoent expericne!!! Installation to begin in Procure design and fabrication services (AD, TD, APC) (APC, AD, PPD) Cavity processing Coupler testing SSR 1 helium vessel, tuner, coupler, and cryomodule design (TD) Continue vector modulator development and testing (APC, AD) RT section RF distribution system design and procurement (APC) Vector modulator power supply system (AD) SC solenoid power supply system design (AD) Procure, dress, RF condition remaining 17 RT cavities (TD, APC) Meson LCW system upgrade (AD, APC) Design and begin construction of RT linac shielding cave (AD, PPD) Procure and test SC solenoids and cryostats for RT section (TD) 15

Broad Impact Meson Questions f • What is to be the disposition of the Broad Impact Meson Questions f • What is to be the disposition of the present CC 2 Cave? – We are now installing HINS ion source and RFQ infrastructure north of cave – Per Jay Theilacker, design and installation of HINS Linac cryogenics is considerably simpler and less expensive if CC 2 cave was dismantled to allow a straight shot for cryo transfer lines into HINS Linac cave • HINS Linac is expected to require the full capability of Meson Cryo plant (in 2010? ) – How will this be compatible with other planned MDB activities? – What are those planned activities? 16