PMG Slides - Fermilab

PMG Slides - Fermilab

Run II Upgrades Status January 2006 Pushpa Bhat Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 1 Outline Technical Progress Project Status Status Report for December 05 Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 2 Technical Progress AP2, DB studies Daves talk Li Lens One each of PT-1 and PT-2 lenses will be filled and the PT-2 will be tested on the test stand. PT-2 should be ready for beam in June. Rapid Transfers Many elements of the upgrade are in place (ramping power supplies, BPMs) providing benefits to operations in various modes Transfers without reverse proton tune-up tried many times last week with good results Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 3 Technical Progress (contd.) 2.5 MHz pbar acceleration in MI Results from 2 pbar study periods promising: 86- 93% eff while tuning, ~ 30% Shows 100% efficiency and ~10% emittance growth in proton studies for relevant intensities and emittance May save 15% pbars now being lost in MI during acceleration and coalescing current scheme acc+ coalescing eff. ~85%, 80% better beam quality, hence expect lower losses in Tev and gain in luminosity due to smaller long. Emittance Overall expect >20% gain in peak luminosity Contention on how to proceed. There was a recent review held by McGinnis/Kourbanis. McGinnis report: Potential for 5-10% in L.dt now We should try a few shots before shutdown Far less risky and far less complicated than trying to recover and recycle pbars! Compare with many projects in pbar source each <10% gain Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 4

Technical Progress (Contd.) MI BPM upgrade Most of the hardware designed, ordered or delivered First test system almost ready; will be installed in MI40 next week, replacing the old system Full upgrade during and immediately after shutdown BLM upgrades Prototype system running at MI60 for ~ 3 months, with PC instead of local control card. Control card + software under test Production to be completed by 4/15, a month of testing followed by installation Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 5 Technical Progress (Contd.) IPM, OTR detectors One each installed in the Tevatron during the Dec. shutdown. Now fixing some problems. Might have some data after the current shutdown Tevatron Electron Lens Good progress TEL-1 upgraded with new SEFT e-gun TEL-2 essentially ready for installation Tev ES separators Install in SD06, 2 new separators and swap 3 existing separators (these were sparking at higher voltages when larger collision helix were tried last Fall.) Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 6 Project Highlights: Projects 100% complete 1. Luminosity Upgrades 1.1 Protons on Target 1.2 Antiproton Acceptance

1.4.3.1.1, 1.4.3.1.2, 1.4.3.1.3, 1.4.3.1.9 Design and implement new helix with existing and new installed separators in the Tevatron 1.4.3.2 Polarity switches for separators 1.4.5 Improved Control Diagnostics: BPM system upgrade, IPM, Tune tracker, abort gap monitor, 1.7 GHz Schottky, Dampers, Head-tail Monitor 2. Maintenance & Reliability Upgrades 2.1 2003 White Paper & Vulnerability Report 1.3.1 Stacking & Cooling Integration Task Force 1.3.2 Debuncher Cooling 1.3.3.2 Stacktail Betatron Cooling 1.3.4 Recycler Stacking & Cooling 1.3.5 Electron Cooling R&D, Installation & Commissioning 1.4 Tevatron High Luminosity 1.2.1.1 Modifications to existing lens 1.2.1.3 General Lens R&D 1.2.1.4 New Lens (prototype-1) operational (Milestone) 1.2.2.3.1.1, 1.2.2.3.2.2 AP2 & Debuncher BPM Upgrade 1.2.2.10 Initial AP2/Debuncher Aperture Improvements Complete (Milestone) 1.3 Antiproton Stacking & Cooling 1.1.1 Slip Stacking 1.1.2.1, 1.1.2.2 pbar Target & Beam Sweeping (initial) 1.1.3.1 MI dampers 1.1.4 Booster Cogging 1.1.5 Optical Transition Radiation Detectors 1.1.6 Operational Improvements to Slip Stacking 2.1.1 LINAC 7835 Amplifier Tubes 2.1.2 Orbit Bump Magnets 2.1.3, 2.1.4, 2.1.5 Booster RF 2.1.6, 2.1.7 MI: PS transformers, Kicker vacuum tubes 2.1.8, 2.1.9 Tevatron low beta power supply, centrifugal cold compressors 2.1.13 Harmonic Filter Damping Resistors 2.2 Maintenance Improvements 2.2.2 Booster Collimator 2.2.3 Tevatron Abort Improvements (Initial) 2.2.5 General Alignment Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat

7 Possible Additions Chromatic Compensation in the Tev Lattice The mom. spread combined with chromatic error in the optics lead to poorer beam lifetimes. Correct the chromatic errors by implementing new circuits using existing sextupole magnets Benefits: Improves beam lifetime leading to 5-10% L.dt gain Allows Tev to be operated at a new working point near integer resonance. This in turn allows more intense proton bunches to be used in Tev stores. Can lead to another 10% gain in L.dt A review was held in Dec., 2005 Three versions of the hardware implementation and cost estimates presented with cost estimates of $620K (v1) (whole ring), $220K (v2) and $107K (v3). Since v3 seems to provide optimal benefit and the most cost effective, we would like to pursue v3. Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 8 Possible Gains (Peak Luminosity) Pbar stack rate + aperture up by another 30% ? 2.5 MHz pbar acceleration 10-20% More protons 230E9 ppb 20% Chromatic Compensation 10% Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 9 Near term Reviews/Decisions (Contd.) Beam-beam effects in Tev Jan. 26, 06 Tev alignment SD06 work Feb. 06 Pbar aperture SD06 work Aperture: band-4 cooling tank arrays + DB extraction kicker magnet (+ DB extraction kicker motorized stand) <7% gain expected; Lot of effort, Risky? Review late February 2.1 Reliability Upgrades Infrastructure: 345-KV switchgear spares for KRS, MMS Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 10 December 05 Status Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat

11 Milestones Uniq WBS Name Finish Baseline3 Finish % MS 2005 Class 2006 2007 2008 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 Qtr 1 Qtr 2 984 1.1.3.2.1.2 MI BPM: Review (Milestone) 7/25/05 9/15/05 100% C7/25 3135 1.3.5.6.4.3 Observe First Cooling (Milestone) 9/7/05 10/5/05 100% C 2761 2.2.4.4.3 Fully Commissioned Crate 12/5/05 12/5/05 100% C 1494 1.1.3.3.5

MI 2.5 MHz Acceleration complete 12/29/05 12/29/05 0% B 2443 1.3.5.13 Electron Cooling Operational (start to contrib to HEP) 10/3/05 1/2/06 100% C 10/3 921 1.6.5.5 Start Phase 3 (Milestone) 10/3/05 1/2/06 100% A 10/3 2708 2.2.4.2.12.9 Prototype System Operational 1/19/06 1/3/06 0% C 2706 2.2.4.2.12.7 Production Readiness Review 1/10/06 1/10/06 0% C

2451 1.4.7.1.3 Review Tevatron Alignment Plans 2006 (Milestone) 2/2/06 2/2/06 0% C 2368 1.4.5.5.3.2.6 IPM Commissioning Tranferred to TEV Department 11/30/05 2/13/06 100% C 866 1.3.6.8 Rapid Transfers Operational (Milestone) 3/31/06 2/24/06 0% A 93 1.5.5 Start Summer 06 Shutdown 3/1/06 3/1/06 0% C 853 1.2.2.11 6/6/06 6/6/06 0% A 1527

1.5.6 Intermediate AP2&DB Improvements Complete (Milestone) Finish Summer 06 Shutdown 6/6/06 6/6/06 0% C 9/7 12/5 100% complete? 11/30 Baseline Finish Date Actual Finish Date Forecast Date Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 12 Progress as of December 31, 2005 % Complete WBS 0 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 2 2.1 2.2 Name Actual % Planned % A/P % Run II 82% 82% 100% Luminosity Upgrades 82% 84% 98% Protons on Pbar Target 77% 80% 96% Pbar Acceptance 69% 72% 95% Pbar Stacking & Cooling 87% 88% 98% Tevatron High Luminosity 85%

87% 97% Shutdowns 50% 50% 100% Project Management 74% 74% 101% Maintenance & Reliability 84% 71% 117% 2003 White Paper/Vulnerability Report 87% 63% 137% Maintenance Improvements 79% 81% 97% Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 13 M&S Spending through Dec. 05 M&S Spending through December 2005 0 1 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5 Run II Upgrades Luminosity Upgrades Protons on Target Slip Stacking Pbar Target and Sweeping MI Upgrades Booster-MI Cogging OTR Operational Improvements for Protons pbar Acceptance LiLens AP2 and DB Acceptance pbar Stacking and Cooling S&C Task Force Debuncher Cooling Stacktail Upgrade Recycler Commissioning Electron Cooling AIP

Non AIP 1.3.6 1.3.7 1.3.8 1.3.9 1.4 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.5 1.4.6 1.4.7 1.6 2 2.1 2.2 v4 Plan Estimate (then yr$) FY06 Inception To date Costs % Plan used ITD Obl+RIP FY06 FY07 Total Obl+RIP Actual Obligations Obl+RIP 4,518 197 18,607 857 14,964 14,910 15,159 3,145 197 14,346 728 11,734 11,634 11,722 379 0 1,859 372 1,942 1,587 1,622 0 0 416 0 937 406 406 12 0 55 0 12 12 12 295 0 1,074 329 680 855 855 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 174 0 255 255 255 on Target 71 (Rapid 0 Response 140 Task 43 Force)58 58 93 672 9 1,433 22 865 870 870 267 0 513 10 317 309 309 404 9 920 12 548 562 562 1,030 188 5,678 265 4,148 4,371 4,425 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 407 188 1,512 80 886 921 956 0

0 376 1 295 295 295 0 0 2,536 38 2,471 2,546 2,546 /Total Est 81% 82% 87% 98% 22% 80% 147% 67% 61% 60% 61% 78% 63% 79% 100% 0 0 0 0 1,796 739 0 38 1,582 889 2,109 437 1,837 709 102% 96% Rapid Transfers 26 233 Additional R ecycler Upgrades Additional E-Cool Upgrades 146 Pbar Stack Rate Task Force 217 Tevatron High Luminosity 956 Beam Studies and Simulation 27 Active BBC 451

Increased Helix Separation 389 Improved Controls and Diagnostics 0 Tevatron Vacuum Improvements 41 Tevatron Alignment 48 Management 108 Reliability Upgrades 1,372 2003 White Paper/Vulnerability Report 1,085 Reliability Upgrades 287 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 582 311 146 217 5,175 65 1,124 1,268 2,174 235 309 201 4,261 2,598 1,663 16 0 0 0 69 3 29 17 3 11 4 0 130 -90 220 492 0 0 0 4,676 44

855 1,023 2,198 239 317 102 3,231 1,932 1,299 498 0 0 0 4,704 44 939 1,034 2,176 239 271 102 3,276 1,952 1,325 498 0 0 0 4,703 44 939 1,034 2,176 239 271 102 3,437 1,955 1,482 86% 0% 0% 0% 91% 68% 84% 82% 100% 102% 88% 51% 81% 75% 89% Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat % Fy06 Budget Used YTD Obl+RIP /FY06 Allocation 21% 20% 55% 0% 64%

3% 4% 3% 19% 13% 0% 16% 0% 0% 0% 29% 12% 40% 43% 161% 5% 0% 33% 57% 14 Effort for December 2005 Adjusted FTE December 2005 Run 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.6 2 AD II Upgrades 28.7 Luminosity Upgrades 27.2 Protons on Target 5.6 pbar Acceptance 3.8 pbar Stacking and Cooling 4.9 Tevatron High Luminosity 10.9 Management 2.1 Reliability Upgrades 1.5 Run II PMG 1/19/06 Division Plan TD PPD CD Totals 3 MO rolling ave. 5.8 10.4 9.0 53.8 53.0 2.9 3.4 9.0 42.4

40.2 0.0 0.0 7.9 13.5 11.5 1.0 0.6 0.0 5.4 4.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.9 9.3 1.9 2.8 1.1 16.6 12.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.1 3.0 2.9 7.1 0.0 11.4 12.8 Pushpa Bhat 15 Project Highlights Project Status V4 of the plan issued in December Changes documented Project 82% complete as of Jan. 1, 2006 Costs: M&S estimate now (v4) = $18,607K Jan 05 status (DOE review) : $17,587K $15.2 M spent; ~$3.45M to complete; Contingency: $550K ($1,791 K taken away in the past year) Run II PMG 1/19/06 Pushpa Bhat 16

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