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LUSI X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy WBS 1. 4 Aymeric Robert – XCS Instrument Scientist Eric LUSI X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy WBS 1. 4 Aymeric Robert – XCS Instrument Scientist Eric Bong – XCS Lead Engineer CD 2 Lehman Review August 20, 2008 Team Leader: Brian Stephenson LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Outline Physics Requirements Instrument Configuration Engineering/Design Status Value Engineering/Management Basis Of Estimate Procurement Plan Outline Physics Requirements Instrument Configuration Engineering/Design Status Value Engineering/Management Basis Of Estimate Procurement Plan Cost & Schedule Critical Path Summary LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 2 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XCS Staff Instrument Scientist Aymeric Robert Engineering Staff E. Bong - Lead Engineer Ted XCS Staff Instrument Scientist Aymeric Robert Engineering Staff E. Bong - Lead Engineer Ted Osier – Mechanical Engineer Jim Delor – Mechanical Engineer Don Arnett- Design Supervision LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 3 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Science Team Specifications and instrument concept developed with the science team. The XCS team Science Team Specifications and instrument concept developed with the science team. The XCS team leaders Brian Stephenson, Argonne Natl. Lab. (leader) Gerhard Grübel, DESY , Germany Karl Ludwig, Boston University LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 4 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XCS SCOPE - WBS 1. 4 WBS Scope/CD-2 Estimate Includes: 1. 4. 1 Physics XCS SCOPE - WBS 1. 4 WBS Scope/CD-2 Estimate Includes: 1. 4. 1 Physics support & engineering integration 1. 4. 2 X-ray optics & support tables 1. 4. 3 2 D XCS Detector from BNL by Mo. U 1. 4. 4 Sample Environment & Diffractometer system 1. 4. 5 Hutch facilities 1. 4. 6 Vacuum system 1. 4. 7 Installation Other related WBS 1. 5 Diagnostics & Common Optics, incl. Monochromator 1. 6 Controls and data system In kind contribution Split and Delay setup ( from SLAC/DESY Mo. U in process) LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 5 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 2 XCS X-ray optics and support tables Stabilize the Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 2 XCS X-ray optics and support tables Stabilize the optics with respect to each other Stabilize the optics with respect to the global coordinate system X-ray Supports in XRT Fixed table X-ray Support in XCS experimental hutch Translating tables XCS stoppers Not PPS stoppers Allow to align optics sections in XRT independently LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 6 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 3 XCS 2 D Detector Developed at BNL (Mo. Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 3 XCS 2 D Detector Developed at BNL (Mo. U) 1024 x 1024 pixels 35 x 35 mm 2 pixel size High DQE 10 2 dynamic range Noise << 1 photon 120 Hz Readout Rate Pink : / =1. 5% 20 m, Focussed / =1. 4 10 -4 20 m, Flat am be e z si Pink : / =1. 5% 12 m, Focussed LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 7 (WBS 1. 4) / =1. 4 10 -4 20 m, Focussed A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 4 XCS Sample Env. & Diffractometer System 1. 4. Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 4 XCS Sample Env. & Diffractometer System 1. 4. 4. 1 XCS Diffractometer Horizontal scattering 4 -circle diffractometer (So. C<75μm) No interference with CXI beamline (600 mm) No interference with Large Angle Detector Stage Same platform-to-COR distance as XPP diffractometer Possibility to remove from the beam path to accommodate large sample environments LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 8 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 4 XCS Sample Environment. & Diffractometer System 1. 4. Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 4 XCS Sample Environment. & Diffractometer System 1. 4. 4. 3 Large Angle Detector Mover Sample/detector distance 7 -8 m Decoupled from diffractometer SAXS, WAXS, GI 2θ up to 55º Vertical tilt -0. 5º to 2º Height adjustment 2θ LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 9 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 5 XCS Hutch Facility Respect Instrument stay clear Compressed Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 5 XCS Hutch Facility Respect Instrument stay clear Compressed air Cable trays Processed water Power/network Power distribution Drop Floor LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 10 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 6 XCS Vacuum System 1. 4. 6. 1 XCS Component Physics Requirements 1. 4. 6 XCS Vacuum System 1. 4. 6. 1 XCS XRT Vacuum System 200 meter long (located in the XRT) 1. 4. 6. 2 XCS Hutch Vacuum System 1. 4. 7 XCS Installation LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 11 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XCS System Description Split and Delay unit in kind contribution from DESY, via SLAC/DESY XCS System Description Split and Delay unit in kind contribution from DESY, via SLAC/DESY Mo. U Provided by DESY/SLAC Mo. U G. Grübel W. Roseker LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 12 (WBS 1. 4) Prototype existing 1 st Commissioning May 07 (ESRF, Troika beamline) 2 nd Commissioning May 08 (ESRF, Troika beamline) pulse duration < delay < 3 ns based on Si (511) E=8. 389 ke. V A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Safety LUSI Hazard Analysis Report (PM-391 -001 -34) complete Safety issues are considered at Safety LUSI Hazard Analysis Report (PM-391 -001 -34) complete Safety issues are considered at every stage of the design, fabrication and installation process Safety considerations (some examples) Ionizing Radiation Hutch walls will comply with SLAC Radiation Safety memo RPRPG-080606 -MEM-01 Hutch PPS Pressure/Vacuum Vessel Safety Compliant with 10 CFR 851 Seismic Safety Designs compliant with: Seismic Design Specification for Buildings, Structures, Equipment, and Systems, SLAC-I-7200 A 24 E-002 -R 002 Mechanical Engineered solutions that prevent potential “pinch-points” with moving machinery Hoisting and Rigging Positioning of devices that require the use of the FEH H 4 overhead crane shall be performed by qualified personnel only with an approved lift plan. LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 13 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XCS Configuration, Regions X-Ray Transport Tunnel (XRT) ~200 m Monochrometer, Split & Delay and XCS Configuration, Regions X-Ray Transport Tunnel (XRT) ~200 m Monochrometer, Split & Delay and Diagnostics Long Vacuum Drift ~150 m Hutch 4 Drift-End Diagnostics X-Ray Transport Tunnel Monochromator - DCO WBS 1. 5 Split & Delay - In kind contribution DESY Diagnostics - DCO WBS 1. 5 Supports & Tables - XCS WBS 1. 4. 2. 1 Vacuum System - XCS WBS 1. 4. 6. 1 PPS Stoppers (LCLS) Diagnostics Stoppers XCS WBS 1. 4. 2. 3 Optics, Diagnostics, Diffractometer, Large Angle Detector & Mover Hutch 4 Optics & Diagnostics - DCO WBS 1. 5 Supports & Tables – XCS WBS 1. 4. 2. 2 Vacuum System – XCS 1. 4. 6. 2 Diffractometer - XCS WBS 1. 4. 4. 1 Large Angle Detector Mover – XCS WBS 1. 4. 4. 3 Detector – XCS WBS 1. 4. 3 (Mo. U /BNL) LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 14 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XRT Configuration XCS X-Ray Transport Tunnel Region XRT Drift-End Diagnostics Divided into Vacuum Sections XRT Configuration XCS X-Ray Transport Tunnel Region XRT Drift-End Diagnostics Divided into Vacuum Sections (5) Sections bounded by valves Two pumps minimum per section Offset Monochromator Section Monochromator and diagnostics are provided to XCS from WBS 1. 5 Split & Delay Section Split & Delay in kind contribution DESY Diagnostics are provided to XCS from WBS 1. 5 Long Drift Section Long drift divided into two pumping sections by a valve Drift-End Diagnostics Section Diagnostics are provided to XCS from WBS 1. 5 XCS Responsible for Vacuum Equipment, Drifts, Floor Stands, Girders, Stoppers and overall integration. Split & Delay & Diagnostics Section Offset Monochromator & Diagnostics Section LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 15 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Hutch 4 Configuration Local Optics Table XCS Hutch 4 Region Diagnostics Table Large Angle Hutch 4 Configuration Local Optics Table XCS Hutch 4 Region Diagnostics Table Large Angle Mover & Detector Diffractometer Local Optics Table - provides location for experiment specific conditioning optics – uses modification of XPP design Diagnostics Table – provides mounting location for final diagnostics– uses modification of XPP design Large Angle Detector Mover – positions detector LCLS XRT Pump Supports (LLNL) LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 16 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XRT Engineering Status Offset Monochromator Section Split & Delay Section Drift-End Section Integration – XRT Engineering Status Offset Monochromator Section Split & Delay Section Drift-End Section Integration – XTR definitive layout complete XRT Supports WBS 1. 4. 2. 1 ~$114 k XRT Supports – preliminary layout complete, ready for design Support Rafts are a modification of an existing SSRL design Stoppers WBS 1. 4. 2. 3 ~$186 k PPS Stoppers provided by LCLS Diagnostics stoppers modification of LCLS design Costs from fabrication of LCLS stoppers adjusted for planned modification Vacuum System WBS 1. 4. 6. 1 ~$703 k XRT Vacuum System – preliminary layout complete, ready for design Cost of vacuum system components vendor quotes Pump & Valve Support costs from vendor quotes for LCLS XRT designs Long drift vacuum system costs same as LCLS XRT system XRT Vacuum system and support designs LCLS and safety committee approved LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 17 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Hutch 4 Engineering Status Integration Hutch definitive layout complete Ready to start component design Hutch 4 Engineering Status Integration Hutch definitive layout complete Ready to start component design Hutch Supports WBS 1. 4. 2. 2 Utilizes modification of XPP support table for fine positioning of diagnostics components Cost consistent with XPP estimate ~$199 k Hutch Vacuum System WBS 1. 4. 6. 2 Cost of vacuum system components from vendor quotes Pump Support costs from vendor quotes for LCLS XRT designs Pump support designs LCLS and safety committee approved ~$386 k LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 18 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Hutch 4 Engineering Status Hutch Utilities WBS 1. 4. 5 Provides infrastructure for XCS Hutch 4 Engineering Status Hutch Utilities WBS 1. 4. 5 Provides infrastructure for XCS instrument not provided by other LUSI WBS section nor from LCLS Ongoing meetings established to define infrastructure requirements and generation of ESDs Positions of walls, raised floor, crane, granite floor insert established and incorporated into hutch model Instrument stay-clears defined modeled and incorporated in hutch utility model Detailed cost estimate established for hutch utilities and incorporated into resource loaded schedule ~$375 k LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 19 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Diffractometer Engineering Status Diffractometer WBS 1. 4. 4. 1 Definitive layout complete ESD draft Diffractometer Engineering Status Diffractometer WBS 1. 4. 4. 1 Definitive layout complete ESD draft complete Provides sufficient degrees of freedom to position sample relative to beam Cost based on quotes from potential vendor Components assembled at SLAC Diffractometer base required to move off beam-line on air-pads, requires granite floor insert ~$699 k LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 20 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Large Angle Detector Mover Status Large Angle Detector Mover WBS 1. 4. 4. 3 Large Angle Detector Mover Status Large Angle Detector Mover WBS 1. 4. 4. 3 Definitive layout complete Performance Parameters Detector Arm : 8 meters Angular Range : 0 to 55 degrees Vertical Tilt : -0. 5 to +2. 0 degrees Vertical Offset : +/- 20 mm Subsystems Vacuum : Initial design for UHV Position Diode : Finds maximum signal center Slits : Defines signal delivered to diode Beamstop : Blocks large intensities at the detector Detector Positioner : Translates detector relative to signal pattern Provides mount for BNL detector Similar to ANL HERIX detector mover, without complex chamber Cost based on quote to reproduce HERIX Search performed to establish availability of rails and lead screw Requests to bid received from multiple vendors ~ $860 k LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 21 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Large Angle Detector Mover Motion LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy Large Angle Detector Mover Motion LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 22 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Engineering – Milestone Look-Ahead Near Term Limit design effort to fit within FY 09 Engineering – Milestone Look-Ahead Near Term Limit design effort to fit within FY 09 funding constraint Milestones Through End CY 08 Complete XCS ESDs Other System Dependent Design XCS uses designs created by other LUSI WBS sections (1. 5 Diagnostics/Common Optics and 1. 6 Controls) XCS must participate in design reviews of components for other systems to assure usability in the XCS instrument XCS must monitor design activities at XCS instrument interface boundaries to assure connectivity and integration LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 23 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Value Management - XCS uses outside expert vendors for critical procurements – e. g. Value Management - XCS uses outside expert vendors for critical procurements – e. g. Diffractometer, Large Angle Detector Mover XCS utilizes expertise in outside labs for specialized equipment – e. g. Split & Delay, Detector XCS uses components designed for other LUSI instruments – e. g. XPP Tables XCS uses components designed for other SLAC departments – e. g. SSRL Rafts in XRT LUSI places XCS last in schedule allows XCS to choose the best of recent designs in XCS construction. LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 24 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Procurement Strategy A variety of sources are used to design – build install XCS Procurement Strategy A variety of sources are used to design – build install XCS components based on experience and cost (coded in P 3). Previous designs and Off -The-Shelf components are used whenever available. LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 25 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Cost & Schedule BOE & Manpower Loaded Schedule developed in the same way as Cost & Schedule BOE & Manpower Loaded Schedule developed in the same way as the other LUSI instruments XCS budget stats Peak spending = CY 11 SLAC Labor = ~56% SLAC Non-Labor = ~44% LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 26 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Cost & Schedule Durations Person quarter = 444 h Person year = 1776 h Cost & Schedule Durations Person quarter = 444 h Person year = 1776 h Person month = 148 h LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 27 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XCS Schedule Critical Path Driving Milestones LL Approval, CD 3, CD-4 & Funding M/S XCS Schedule Critical Path Driving Milestones LL Approval, CD 3, CD-4 & Funding M/S Delayed Design Start due to Funding XCS Path moves to DCO Procurements XCS Instrument Installation effort LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 28 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XCS Schedule Critical Path Procurement of DCO components delayed to FY 11 due to XCS Schedule Critical Path Procurement of DCO components delayed to FY 11 due to funding LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 29 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XCS Schedule Critical Path XCS critical path includes Delay in support design due to XCS Schedule Critical Path XCS critical path includes Delay in support design due to funding DCO procurement, delayed by funding Instrument installation, requires DCO components Minimum float is 80 days Due to funding limitations, XCS schedule is essentially compressed to two years instead of three Without funding limitations, XCS float is 182 days Schedule risk could be reduced by funding XCS design and procurements earlier All XCS Scope is CD 4 deliverable LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 30 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Risk Identification LUSI – XPP risk addressed per “LCLS Risk Management Plan” document number Risk Identification LUSI – XPP risk addressed per “LCLS Risk Management Plan” document number PMD 1. 1 -002 -R 4 WBS items with risk analysis – risk severity of medium or high forwarded for inclusion in LUSI Risk Registry LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 31 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Risk Identification & Mitigation Diffractometer System Diffractometer & LA-Detector Mover sub-systems share similar risks. Risk Identification & Mitigation Diffractometer System Diffractometer & LA-Detector Mover sub-systems share similar risks. Systems are either vendor build or design/build Risk Assessment: schedule delay : late placement of PO to vendor. Seek pre-approval of elements prior to BA. Insure all stake holders are aware of status and their requirements. Closely track document flow to insure timely sign-off / forwarding. schedule delay: late vendor engineer-design review approval (LAD Mover) Insure initial vendor buy in of timeline. Closely track vendor progress during design stage. Establish contact with sub-vendors to insure timely deliveries. Complete periodic spot review of designs to insure suitability. schedule delay: late fabrication-assembly. Request periodic status updates. Start partial acceptance testing as soon as suitable sub-assemblies are completed. schedule delay : requirements not met during vendor site acceptance testing. Replace individually deficient element. Temporarily immobilize deficient element. Deploy interim hardware with reduced capability. Technical requirements not met in commissioning. Investigate alternative hardware for interim use. BNL Detector System (Addressed in detector breakout) LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 32 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

XCS CD-2 Project Readiness XCS designs are mature and technically meets the requirements for XCS CD-2 Project Readiness XCS designs are mature and technically meets the requirements for CD-2 All CD-2 criteria met Management WBS Dictionary Milestone Dictionary Risk Registry Resource Loaded Schedule Basis of Estimate Hazard Analysis Report Technical Fully define scope of project, document & review Instrument Physics Requirement Document (PRD) Instrument Engineering Specification Document (ESD) Instrument Start-Up Plan Component PRDs - Released Component ESDs - Pre-released Advance technical designs to meet the CD-2 requirement to provide sufficient information to develop performance baseline Preliminary Instrument Design Review LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 33 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu

Summary Instrument concept is based on proven developments made at 3 rd generation Synchrotron Summary Instrument concept is based on proven developments made at 3 rd generation Synchrotron Radiation sources Scope of instrument defined Resource loaded schedule developed Many of the materials estimates come from vendor quotations, catalogs, previous orders or work performed by other LUSI instrument teams The XCS Critical Path is dominated by late start of engineering work and DCO procurement; constrained by funding profile Preliminary design of key components is well advanced Quantify types of components Estimate component costs Specify acquisition methods Establish baseline schedule XCS is ready for CD 2 ! LUSI DOE Review Aug 20, 2008 X-ray Correlation Spectroscopy p. 34 (WBS 1. 4) A. Robert & E. Bong [email protected] stanford. edu [email protected] stanford. edu