EDMS - PLM - DESY TeamCenter Mtg

Report
Production Preparations at JLAB
JLab SRF Team
EDMS – PLM DESY TeamCenter Meeting at
SLAC
31 MAR 2014
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Outline
• Strategy
• Preparations for LCLS-II Cavity Production at Vendors
• Preparations for Cryomodule Production at JLab
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Vertical Test Area (VTA)
Horizontal Test Bed (HTB)
Cavity String Assembly
Cold Mass Assembly
CMTF (Cryomodule Test Facility)
Prototype, Acceptance and Commissioning Tests
• Issues / Challenges
• Summary
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Strategy – One Design, Two Production Lines
Designs for Prototype and Production CMs
• Identical Prototypes - utilize as much existing hardware as possible to reduce
schedule risk and reduce overall cost while achieving the same performance
as the production CMs
• Identical Production Designs - utilize as much of the DESY/XFEL design as
practically possible to reduce schedule risk and reduce overall cost
Identical Parts Received at Partner Labs
• Well-developed drawing packages, clear requirements and specifications
• Concurrent reviews within LCLS-II project
• Procurement activities – lead technical contacts at Jlab/FNAL work together
during all phases (SOTRs)
Identical Tooling Interfaces
• Interfaces between CM hardware and tooling are identical
• Avoid adding custom features to CM
• Adapt non-CM hardware interfaces to Jlab-specific tooling
Equivalent Processes yielding Equivalent Performance
• Recognize that some tools are different at each lab (e.g. HPR, vertical testing
systems, vacuum leak checking equipment, etc.)
• Monitor key process variables in consistent fashion (e.g. samples to verify
etch rates)
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Preparations for Cavity Procurement
• Approach – procure dressed cavities processed with high-Qo
recipe from multiple vendors
• Niobium to be purchased and provided to cavity vendors
• FNAL leads niobium procurement activities and is developing spec
• Capture best-available high-Qo process to be included as part of
cavity specification
• Three-lab collaboration proceeding with development
• Cavity procurement activities led by JLab
• Need well-developed drawing packages, clear requirements and
specifications
• XFEL specification is considered point-of-departure
• Need to define level of oversight at cavity and component suppliers to
ensure performance
• Reviewing acceptance criteria, processing steps and hold points
(where necessary)
• Lead technical contacts at Jlab/FNAL work together during all phases
(SOTRs)
• JLab/FNAL/SLAC involved during evaluation of offers
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Cavity Procurement – High Level Comparison
• SNS – 81 bare cavities, 2 types, 1 supplier
• Niobium supplied to vendor
• Reactor-grade end groups required post-purification by JLab
• No performance guarantee; Vendor needed to demonstrate that
proscribed manufacturing process was followed
• Visits to vendor to monitor progress
• C100 – 85 bare cavities, 1 supplier
• Niobium procured by vendor
• Received with bulk BCP and initial tuning
• No performance guarantee; Vendor needed to demonstrate that
proscribed manufacturing process was followed
• Visits to vendor to monitor progress
• XFEL – 800 dressed cavities, 2 suppliers
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Multiple niobium procurements
Receive ready for vertical testing
Performance guarantee?
Availability and use of in-process data?
Support at vendor’s facility?
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CM Production Preparations
• Adapt existing infrastructure to accommodate LCLS-II
components, sub-assemblies, final assembly and testing
• Define processes required for component handling, assembly
and testing
• Develop test plans – key activities are cavity qualification from
vendors and cryomodule acceptance testing
• Employ SRF QA Tools used for 12 GeV 100 MV CW
cryomodules (aka C100) production and SNS production
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Vertical Test Area / Horizontal Test Bench
VTA
• Up to four test stands available for production acceptance
testing capable of testing one cavity at a time
• Utilize same cavity hardware (test flanges, feedthroughs, etc.)
provided by project to cavity suppliers
• Small modifications required to existing supports
• Ensure low magnetic field environment (“magnetic hygiene”)
HTB
• Plan to conduct five tests during production effort to provide
feedback on cavity assembly process or for production
development activities
• Modifications to top hat for XFEL-style FPC and small
modifications to existing supports
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Cavity String Assembly in Clean Room
• “Lollipop” supports for each cavity
• TBD for SC magnet and bpm
• Use mobile rail system rather than rail-in-floor used at DESY,
CEA/Saclay and FNAL
• Transfer to CM assembly rails for cold mass assembly
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Cold Mass / VV Assembly
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“Lollipop” supports for each cavity
TBD for SC magnet and bpm
Use two-rail system to transfer cavity string onto Return Pipe
Use two-rail system to transfer cold mass into vacuum vessel
Crane access in high-bay for shipping
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CMTF
• HPRF system suitable for individual cavity testing or 8
cavities in short duration steady state
• TBD system for testing SC magnet
• Magnetic shielding encloses testing volume reducing external
fields to ~50 mG
• Cryogenic capacity for testing individual cavities in CW mode
• End Caps – specific for LCLS-II CM testing
• Interface to CM piping and existing junction box using u-tubes
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CM Testing
• Three types of CM testing should be considered:
• Prototype Testing that may include additional (non-routine)
activities for system verification
• Acceptance Testing in CMTF includes some CMTF-specific
checks
• CMTF procedures may vary from in-tunnel procedures
• HP RF equipment may not be identical
• Commissioning Tests in-situ may include tests that
• Require additional equipment (Network Analyzer)
• Verify RF zone operations (EPICs controls, Klystrons, etc.)
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Comments on Prototype Testing
• Testing Facility (CMTF) Checks
• Electrical, water, cryo, controls, LLRF, HPRF, Data acquisition
• Includes collection of tests envisioned for production CMs
• Both Low Power and High Power
• Includes specific tests that may verify CM performance, but
might not be conducted on all CMs
• FPC Qext range vs. CM heat load
• Detailed microphonics studies
• LLRF development activities
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C100 CM Production : LP RF Tests*
*Major Steps taken from C100 Low Power RF Test Traveler
• Cavity ID's
• Warm Frequencies
• Mechanical Tuners: Tuner Range and Hysteresis
• Cold Frequencies including pass-bands and loaded Q’s
• Mechanical Tuner Resolution
• Piezo Tuner Range and Hysteresis
• Piezo Tuner Resolution
• Piezo Tuner Impulse Response
• Microphonics
• Mechanical Mode Measurements
• HOM Coupler Qext's and HOM Survey
• Cavity Detuning for Warm up
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C100 CM Production : HP RF*
*Major Steps taken from C100 HP RF Traveler
• Checklist
• Qext's, FPC's and HOM's
• Maximum Gradient Determination (Emax)
• Extended (One Hour) Run (Emaxop)
• Field Emission Measurements
• Qo Measurements / Static Heat Load - Primary Circuit
• Pressure Sensitivity Measurements
• Static Lorentz Measurement
• Swept AM Lorentz Transfer Function
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C100 CM Production : HP RF Checklist
• Record Cavity ID #’s
• Calibrate RF Cables
• Verify Interlocks
• Arc Detectors / IR Sensors
• Beamline / Waveguide Vacuum
• G-M Tubes
• Inspect waveguide connections
• Inspect Heliax cable connections
• Verify Personnel Safety System (PSS)
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C100 CM Production : Testing in Tunnel*
*Major Steps taken from C100 Commissioning Traveler
• Low Power RF
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Initial Cold Frequencies
Cavity Tuning
Final Cold Frequencies and Passbands
HOM Measurements
• Interlock Checkout
• High Power RF
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Emax Determination: Qext’s and Probe Calibrations
Emax Determination: Emax
Emaxop Determination (One Hour Run)
Field Emission Survey
Qo vs. Eacc Measurements
Static Heat Load
Microphonics
Eight Cavity Run (at low duty cycle)
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Shipping Method
XFEL CM
Shipping Fixture
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LCLS-II CMs will be shipped from
partner labs to SLAC using shipping
fixture on flat-bed trailer with cover
• Plan to use identical shipping fixtures
and covers as for XFEL
Design verification can be accomplished
with the first article LCLS-II cryomodule.
• Instrument cavity string, quadrupole,
piping and vacuum vessel with triaxial
accelerometers to measure shock
attenuation and vibration isolation
during transport
• Evaluate performance before / after
simulation of loading and shipping
environment
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RF performance
Static heat loads
Alignment
Shipping Covers - provide
hermetic seal and piping
support
Aeroflex Isolator - wire rope spring
provides triaxial shock attenuation and
vibration isolation
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Issues / Challenges
• Defining level of oversight at cavity and component suppliers
• Defining acceptance criteria and hold points where necessary at
cavity and component suppliers
• Defining requirements for niobium inspection – e.g. correlating
eddy current scanning to cavity performance
• Goal for production of CMs at Jlab/FNAL is “identical design,
identical parts, equivalent processes to yield equivalent
performance”
• Developing coherent QA plan with appropriate QC systems across
project partner labs
• Developing travelers for CM production lines at two labs that utilize
equivalent processes  “local customization”
• Availability of XFEL design information and production QA tools as
point of departure for LCLS-II design
• Success-oriented schedule
• Others?
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Summary
• Goal for production of cavities at vendors is “identical design,
identical parts, equivalent processes to yield equivalent
performance”
• Goal for production of CMs at Jlab/FNAL is “identical design,
identical parts, equivalent processes to yield equivalent
performance”
• Need to identify appropriate QA tools to use during vendor
production and lab CM production
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