Technical-Board-2014-04-09

Report
Kick-Off Meeting:
AWAKE Technical Board
9 April 2014
Agenda
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Introduction
Mandate
List of milestones and issues of different tasks and work-packages
Planning
Summary
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Motivation
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Based on the experience in the last months (since the AWAKE experiment got
approved), there is an urgent need to restructure and better organize the
AWAKE collaboration in order be more efficient to meet the experimental goal
of having first proton beam to the plasma cell in 2016 and electron acceleration
in 2017.
– Too many parallel issues/contacts
– Lack of information distribution
– Integration of the experiment at CERN covers every equipment from institutes.
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We need an institution where all issues concerning the design, installation and
integration of the AWAKE experiment are coordinated and addressed:
– Follow-up the technical progress of the different groups/tasks:
• Groups/institutes explain what they do and issues must be made aware to all concerned.
• The work is justified in front of the collaboration and put on the table.
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Providing specifications of the technical implementation.
Milestone tracking and scheduling.
Take technical decisions.
Follow-up and documentation (minutes, reviews)
Technical Board
We need an institution where the the required performance of the experiment
and the physics goals are defined:
Physics and Experiment Board
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AWAKE Collaboration Structure
Spokesperson: Allen Caldwell
Deputy Spokesperson: Matthew Wing
Technical Coordinator: Edda Gschwendtner
Physics and Experiment Coordinator: Patric Muggli
Simulation Coordinator: Konstantin Lotov
Physics and Experiment Board (PEB)
Coordinator: Patric Muggli
Deputy: N.N.
Technical Board (TB)
Technical Coordinator: Edda Gschwendtner
Deputy Technical Coordinator : Chiara Bracco
Institutes
Task Group Coordinators
WP1: Project Management
WP Leader: Edda Gschwendtner
Collaboration Board (CB)
CERN AWAKE Project
Project Leader: Edda G.
Deputy Project Leader: Chiara Bracco
WP3: p/e Beam Lines
WP Leader: Chiara Bracco
WP2: SPS Beam
WP Leader: Elena Chapochnikova
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Management Board (MB)
WP6: Laser Beam Line
WP Leader: V. Fedosseev
WP5: Electron Source:
WP Leader: S. Doebert
WP4: Integration, Installation
WP Leader: Ans Pardons
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Technical Coordinator Mandate
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Coordinating the design, installation, integration and interfaces of the experiment.
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Providing a resource loaded planning and milestone tracking of the experiment.
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Providing specifications for the technical implementation of the experiment.
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Monitoring, on behalf of the Collaboration, on a regular basis the technical progress
of the different tasks through technical reviews, test results and site visits.
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Organizing and steering the hardware and beam commissioning of the experiment.
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Organizing and preparing the operation of the experiment.
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Technical Board
The Technical Board (TB) is the principal steering group in all matters of technical coordination
and is chaired by the technical coordinator.
The TB is composed of the Task-Group Coordinators (TGCs), CERN Work-package leaders (WPL)
and sub-work-package leaders (SWPL). Members of the MB and the Deputy Technical
Coordinator are ex-officio members of the TB.
In the spirit of the mandate of the Technical Coordinator (TC) the TGCs, WPLs and SWPLs work
together with and report to the TC on all issues covered by the mandate of the TC.
The TC may set up, in consultation with the TB and on an ad-hoc basis, special working groups or
task forces to address specific technical issues or advise on certain technical solutions.
The TB is authorized to take technical decisions, which the TB deems not to have a significant
impact on performance or cost of the AWAKE experiment.
More important technical decisions are prepared in the form of a proposal by the TB for
discussion at and decision by the MB.
The Technical Coordinator or, in his absence, the Deputy Technical Coordinator chairs the TB.
The TB meets regularly, typically once a month. The TC may call for extraordinary meetings of the
TB to deal with specific or urgent topics.
The decisions of the TB are recorded in minutes, which are made available to the Collaboration.
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Members
All people who are responsible for a certain task and work-package:
• Task Group Coordinators
• CERN Work-Package Leader
• Sub-Work-Package Leaders
• Ex-officio: members of the Management Board
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Technical Board
Chair
Ex-officio members
Task Group
Coordinators
Task
Member
Institute/Technical Group
Technical Coordinator
Edda Gschwendtner
CERN/EN-MEF
Deputy Technical Coordinator
Chiara Bracco
CERN/TE-ABT
Spokesperson
Allen Caldwell
MPI
Deputy spokesperson
Matthew Wing
UCL
Physics Coordinator
Patric Muggli
MPI
Simulation Coordinator
Konstantin Lotov
BINP
Metal vapor source
Erdem Öz
MPI Munich
Helicon plasma cell
Olaf Grulke
IPP Greifswald
Pulsed discharge plasma cell
Nelson Lopes
IST
Self-modulation diagnostics
Roxana Tarkeshian
MPI
Electron spectrometer
Simon Jolly
UCL
Graeme Burt
Cockcroft Institute
Simulation
Konstantin Lotov
BINP, CERN, IST
SPS beam
Elena Shaposhnikova
CERN/BE-RF
Proton and electron beam lines
Chiara Bracco
CERN/TE-ABT
Experimental area, integration, installation
Ans Pardons
CERN/EN-MEF
Electron source
Steffen Doebert
CERN/BE-RF
Laser beam line and interface
Valentin Fedosseev
CERN/EN-STI
Radiation Protection
Eduard Feldbaumer
CERN/DGS-RP
RF synchronization
Andy Butterworth
CERN/BE-RF
Vacuum
Jan Hansen
CERN/TE-VCS
Beam Instrumentation
Rhodri Jones, Lars Jensen
CERN/BE-BI
Laser
Electron gun elements
Data Acquisition
CERN work package
leaders
CERN Sub work package
leaders
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Meeting Structure
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Today I summarize for each task a first (uncompleted) draft of the milestones and the
matters arising.
– This serves also as guideline for open issues and defines first milestones.
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From next meetings on
Each task-owner must report to the Technical Board about the milestones, latest
results, open points and possible issues.
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Check how the progress fits into the planning and what are the dead-lines and key
results to answer issues.
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All decisions, milestones, dead-lines will be summarized in minutes!
Agenda:
– Planning
– Progress reports from task owners/WP leader
– Follow-up
– Matters Arising
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Meetings every month:
– Next meeting: 19 May 2014
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Integration/Installation (A. Pardons)
Task to be done for integration/installation
Details
Dead-line
Integration and Installation of the AWAKE
experiment
Beam lines, experimental area,
experiment equipment, services,
Laser room, electron source area
Phase 1: T1/2016
Phase 2: T2/2017
Electron dump
Design
T1/2016
Radiation Protection constraints
Include shielding, etc…
Phase 1: T3/2015
Phase 2: T1/2017
Safety
Risk assessment
Needed input from others
Responsible
Dead-line
Equipment needs:
Racks, cables, electricity, ….
All
Next TB:
19 May 2014
Equipment:
Dimensions, material of equipment, …
CATIA drawings
All
Phase 1: T2/2014
Phase 2: T3/2015
Self-modulation
diagnostics :
Design
R. Tarkeshian
Electron spectrometer:
Design
S. Jolly, R. Jones
Laser dumps:
Design
P. Muggli, V. Fedosseev
Electron source:
Design
S. Doebert
Laser room
Layout
V. Fedosseev, Cool&Vent,…
T2/2014
Quadrupoles
Downstream plasma cell
PEB
June 2014
T3/2014
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Equipment Needs
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Equipment name and function:
Equipment responsible:
Location of your equipment: tunnel (in TT41, TT43, TCC4, TSG40, TSG41 or TCV4) and distance w.r.t. reference
element or point
Weight:
Dimensions:
Cooling needs: (air-cooled or water cooled):
Electrical needs: (V,A)
Power consumtion (average and max.)
Special alignment needs?
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Auxiliaries:
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Do you need space in racks underground? If yes, how many Units (standard AxBxC for 1U) and what is the max. distance
between rack and equipment. (CERN provides standard racks)
Do you need cables to the control room (1000m distance)? If yes, which type of cables and how many?
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Do you have vacuum pumps, motors, chillers or other auxiliary equipment that needs to be installed? If yes, please
give dimensions, weight etc. as above PLUS maximum distance from main equipment.
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Does your equipment (or its auxiliaries) need any of the following (if yes, please specify quantities, levels, …):
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Gas/Vacuum/UPS back-up/Ethernet/
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Integration/Installation
Example Proton beam line:
• drawings of every magnet, beam instrumentation, etc.. exist and is included in the
integration drawings!
• Specifications for vacuum tube exist and design is currently done
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Installation/Integration
Example Area downstream the plasma cell:
• no design yet exists, only simple boxes
 specifications from PEB
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Vacuum (J. Hansen)
Task to be done for vacuum
Details
Dead-line
Vacuum for laser, proton beam, electron
source, electron beam and ‘secondary
beam’.
Valves, pumps, interlock system,
control system,
Study gas-load, outgassing.
Design:
Installation:
Needed input from others
Responsible
Dead-line
Control system: is it fast and stable?
Supply of fast alarm signal to beam permit?
Link Rb vapor density measurement to VAT controller?
E. Oz, P. Muggli,
C. Bracco
October 2014
Maximum acceptable pressure increase in gun and
electron beam-line?
Do we need a foil to avoid pressure increase?
PEB,
S. Doebert,
C. Bracco
October 2014
Where is the foil and what is the thickness?
Bake out the electron beam-line?
C. Bracco
End April 2014
Proton beam vacuum:
Carbon window to protect SPS beam. Where is the
position?
C. Bracco
End April 2014
Laser vacuum:
Laser stopper size (1) and laser mirrors supports (2)?
P. Muggli (1), V.
Fedosseev (2)
End April 2014
Beam instrumentation:
Size, amount, positions needed
PEB, C. Bracco,
L. Jensen
October 2014
Electron spectrometer:
Vacuum tube inside spectrometer and around detector
S. Jolly
Beam dump line:
Beam size
C. Bracco, A.
Petrenko
VAT fast opening valve:
Electron beam vacuum:
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Beam-Lines (C. Bracco)
Task to be done for Beam-Lines
Details
Electron and Proton beam-line
Specifications, design
Dead-line
Proton – laser merging point
Beam interlock system
All beam-lines
Electron-proton injection
Vacuum chamber, instrumentation, magnet…
Commissioning steps
Define precision requirements, diagnostic needs,…
Control system
DAQ, logging, etc..
Equipment needs
Cables, racks, cooling, …
Safety
Risk assessments
Needed input from others
Next TB: 19 May 2014
Responsible
Dead-line
Studies on
proton/electron
interaction
Shielding wall needed? Details on
electron injection
PEB, G. Rumolo, DESY
October 2014
Specification for
vacuum tube and
diagnostics
Decision on on-axis/off-axis.
PEB, Collaboration Meeting
November 2014
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Electron Source (S. Doebert)
Task to be done for Electron source
Details
Dead-line
PHIN-source, klystron, beam
instrumentation, additional equipment
Convert source to copper cathode?
Beam dynamics simulations
Synchronization
3 GHz
Pre-commissioning
In CTF2 in 2016
Safety
E.g. modulator oil, HV, Risk assessment
Control system
Timing, DAQ, logging, remote control, …
Equipment needs
Cables, racks, cooling, …
Next TB: 19 May 2014
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Needed input from others
Responsible
Timing:
How is it organized (beam, controls,
DAQ)
C.
Experiment data taking
What needs to be synchronized,
sampling rates
PEB
Integration
Locations for power supplies, DAQ,
diagnostics,…
A. Pardons, equipment owners
Booster
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Dead-line
G. Burt – Cockcroft Institute
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Laser (V. Fedosseev)
Task to be done for Laser
Details
Beam transfer optics and mechanics
To plasma cell, photo-injector, laser beam
monitoring and control
Design of system at photo-injector
Implementation of laser safety
Access system, risk assessment
Installation of laser setup
Laser room, beam-lines, laser shutter
Control system
Remote laser control
Equipment needs
Cables, racks, cooling…
Needed input from others
Dead-line
Next TB: 19 May 2014
Responsible
Layout at CERN
Amplitude design adapted to CERN:
description of laser setup with diagnostics
and compressor
P. Muggli, Amplitude
Control system
Amplitude control system,
remote desktop or full integration in CERN
P. Muggli, Amplitude
Optical delay
Optical path difference in laser
P. Muggli, Amplitude
Pulse compressor
Design, who provides what?
P. Muggli, Amplitude
Synchronization
Laser mode-locker, …
P. Muggli, A. Butterworth
Beam paths
From CATIA drawings
A. Pardons
Laser beam dump
Design, specifications
P. Muggli, V. Vlachoudis (?!)
Diagnostics
Who provides what?
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Dead-line
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RF Synchronization (A. Butterworth)
Task to be done for RF Synchronization
Details
Synchronization of proton, electron and laser beam
Rephase SPS beam to AWAKE
Jitter budget
Jitter from all possible sources
(equipment, slow drifts,…)
Signal distribution from AWAKE to BA3 (~3km)
New hardware
Other synchronization signals?
10 MHz reference, fast valve, kicker
Control system
DAQ, logging, etc…
Equipment needs
Cables, racks, cooling, …
Needed input from others
Dead-line
Responsible
Laser:
Frequencies, mode-locker,
P. Muggli
Control system:
What exists at CERN
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Next TB: 19 May 2014
Dead-line
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Radiation Protection (E. Feldbaumer)
Task to be done for Radiation Protection
Details
Radiation Maps of AWAKE experimental area
Dose maps, radiation to electronics
Define areas for racks, electronics
Needed additional shielding
Electron source shielding
Wall around electron source
Needed input from others
Dead-line
Responsible
Material of equipment:
First design of all equipment/material
All
Updated integration:
Electron source and area downstream
the plasma included
A. Pardons
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Dead-line
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Metal Vapor Source (E. Öz)
Task to be done for Metal Vapor Source
Details
Design of the plasma cell
Size, needed supports,…
Density measurements of Rb
Must be linked to fast valve
VAT fast opening valve
Design, control system, alarm,
connection to beam interlock
system and RF sychnronization
Safety
Rubidium, oil heater, risk
assessment
Control system
DAQ, logging, etc…
Equipment needs
Cables, racks, cooling, …
Needed input from others
Dead-line
Responsible
Integration:
Detector integration in the area
downstream the plasma
A. Pardons
Control system:
What exists at CERN
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RF synchronization:
Fast valve signal
A. Butterworth
Beam Interlock system:
Fast valve signal
M. Zerlauth
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Dead-line
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Helicon Source (O. Grulke), Discharge Source (N. Lopes)
Task to be done for Helicon and Discharge Source
Details
Dead-line
Design of the source
Size, needed supports,…
Safety
Control system
DAQ, logging, etc…
Equipment needs
Cables, racks, cooling, power, …
Needed input from others
Responsible
Integration:
Area downstream the plasma
A. Pardons
Control system:
What exists at CERN
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Dead-line
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Electron Spectrometer (S. Jolly)
Task to be done for Electron Spectrometer
Details
Dead-line
Spectrometer magnet (UCL)
Decide on MBPS or other magnet (new
design?!)
Vacuum pipe (UCL)
Size, viewports, windows
Spectrometer detector (BI)
Study different detector types, supports
Control system (UCL & BI)
DAQ, logging, etc…
Equipment needs (UCL & BI)
Cables, racks, …
Next TB: 19 May 2014
Note: For the electron spectrometer task a collaboration between UCL and
CERN Beam Instrumentation Group will be setup.
Needed input from others
Responsible
Vacuum window:
Recommendations (e.g. Mylar, Silicon)
J. Hansen
Integration:
Spectrometer and detectors in area
A. Pardons
Dead-line
Note: many specifications are results from studies in the PEB!
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Self-Modulation Diagnostics (R. Tarkeshian)
Task to be done for Self-Modulation Diagnostics
Details
Dead-line
Diagnostics instrumentation (CTR, OTR, TCTR)
Design, needed supports, …
Vacuum pipe
Size, windows
Control system
DAQ, logging, etc…
Equipment needs
Cables, racks, …
Next TB: 19 May 2014
Note: many specifications are results from studies in the PEB!
Needed input from others
Integration:
Detector integration in the area
downstream the plasma
Control system:
What exists at CERN
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Responsible
Dead-line
A. Pardons
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Planning
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Sept. 2013
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April 2015
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May 2014
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June 2017
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Planning
Installation planning:
2014
T2
T1
T3
T1
CNGS dismantling
Civil engineering:
electron tunnel, laser
tunnel
Specs frozen
for vacuum
Cabling
control room
refurbishme
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Power
converters
Equipment
needs
2015
T2
T3
Laser
Cooling and installation:
Ventilation clean room,
installation laser beamline, laser
Magnet
T1
2016
T2
T3
T1
2017
T2
T3
Q1
Q2
2018
Q3
Q4
Survey
Vacuum
Beam
instrumenta
tion
LS2
Beam
Access
interlock
system implement
ation
Experiment
Alarm, fire installation:
system Plasma cell,
diagnostics,
Electron source and
electron beam-line
installation
Commissio
ning
Physics
Commissio
ning
Physics
2 years (design, specifications, procurement, tests)
Specifications of
p/e beam instrumentation and e-beam magnets
Note: Not a lot of time for physics!
• Phase 1 physics run (proton/laser/plasma) during end 2016 and in 2017
• During 2017 also also installation of electron source and beam-line.
• Phase 2 (proton/laser/electron/plasma) only first half of 2018.
• LS2 lasts until beginning 2020!
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Planning
• Deadlines:
– End May 2014: Cable needs defined.
– October 2014: Specifications for vacuum system of phase 1 experiment in
2016 frozen
– End October 2014: electron/proton beam merging area defined
• Specifications for magnets, beam instrumentation, vacuum
– Beginning 2015: Electron spectrometer vacuum design specified
– More to be defined by next TB
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Summary
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The Technical Board is an extremely useful forum to discuss all aspects of the
experiment which need to be covered for the design, integration and installation.
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Working very closely with the Physics and Experiments Board (PEB).
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Short time-scale of preparing the experiment and the tight planning
– Need good coordination
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Task owners and work-package leaders are supposed to take their role very seriously
– Provide the necessary results, inputs and put issues on the table as soon as possible.
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The next Technical Board is on Monday, 19 May 2014 at 15:30.
– The task owners and WP leaders present the completed tables (tasks to be done/input
needed from others)
– Answer specific questions on equipment needs and send to Ans
– Progress reports from task group owners/WP leaders
– Planning
 Dates for decisions will be synchronized with overall planning
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