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US CMS Trigger Upgrade Introduction to Cost & Schedule. Wesley Smith, U. Wisconsin Fermilab Directors’ Review 16 July 2013. C&S Methodology. M&S: Parts based on quotes & prototype purchases Ordering times based on experience with prototype orders

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us cms trigger upgrade introduction to cost schedule

US CMS Trigger Upgrade Introduction to Cost & Schedule

Wesley Smith, U. Wisconsin

Fermilab Directors’ Review

16 July 2013

Fermilab Director\'s Review -- US CMS Cost & Schedule

c s methodology
C&S Methodology
  • M&S:
    • Parts based on quotes & prototype purchases
    • Ordering times based on experience with prototype orders
    • Board cost & delivery times based on prototype boards
    • Assembly cost & delivery times based on prototype boards
  • EDIA:
    • Labor Hours based on experience with corresponding tasks done for prototypes and on experience in delivering the original CMS trigger system (done by the same people & groups).
    • Labor costs based on actual labor rates of all of the individuals who are now working on the project
  • Contingency:
    • Follows US CMS Contingency rules

Fermilab Director\'s Review -- US CMS Cost & Schedule

401 04 cost estimate with contingency
401.04 Cost Estimate with Contingency

Base Cost & Contingency in AY K$

Fermilab Director\'s Review -- US CMS Cost & Schedule

schedule milestones
Schedule/Milestones
  • The project completes at the end of FY16
  • FY14:
    • Launch production of trigger electronics 1QFY14
    • Deliver on-detector muon trigger electronics to CERN: 3QFY14
    • Deliver Stage 1 calorimeter layer 1 & muon track-finder electronics to CERN: 4QFY14
  • FY15:
    • Test operation of trigger calorimeter and muon trigger electronics*: 2QFY15(*except muon sorter)
    • Deliver Stage 2 calorimeter layer 1 & muon track-finder electronics to CERN: 2QFY15
    • Deliver Muon Sorter electronics to CERN: 3QFY15
    • Test Operation of Muon Sorter electronics: 4QFY15
  • FY16:
    • Test high luminosity capability of endcapmuon trigger electronics: 4QFY16
    • Test high luminosity capability of calorimeter trigger electronics: 4QFY16

Fermilab Director\'s Review -- US CMS Cost & Schedule

401 04 trigger resource profile
401.04: Trigger Resource Profile

Base Cost = AY $K

(No Contingency)

Fermilab Director\'s Review -- US CMS Cost & Schedule

software firmware effort
Software & Firmware Effort
  • Calorimeter Trigger FW: 8.5 years of FW Engineering
    • CTP7 & CIOx cards
    • 5.5 FTE-years of E. Engineer
    • 3 FTE-years of Firmware EE Graduate Student
  • Muon Trigger FW: 11 years of FW Engineering
    • MPC Mezzanine, Muon Sorter, EMUTF
    • 5 FTE years of E. Engineer
    • 6 FTE-years of Firmware EE Graduate Students
  • Trigger SW Engineering: 5.6 years of SW Engineering
    • Calorimeter & Muon Triggers have 2.8 years of a SW engineer each
    • Calorimeter Trigger has additional 6.0 years of students & postdocs
    • Muon Trigger has additional 5.2 years of students & postdocs

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muon trigger m s
Muon Trigger M&S
  • TOTAL: $927K base cost
    • 80 Muon Port Card Mezzanine setups @ $2.25K ea. (60 needed + 15 spares + 5 test setups): $180,000 + $20K = $200K
      • Main Board: $1,300
        • Spartan-6 FPGA: $400, other components: $400,PCB Fabrication & assembly: $500
      • Optical Transmitter Plug-in Card: $950
        • SNAP12 Optical transmitter.: $700, other components: $50, optical cable to front panel: $100, PCB fabrication & assembly: $100
      • Non recoverable expenses (e.g. Layout): $20K
    • Optical Fibers & installation: $95K
      • Quote for 75 kCHF plus CMS Team Installation of $20K
    • Muon Sorter Mezzanines: $85K
      • 5 Boards: Parts: $3K, Fabrication & Assembly $5K = $8K×5 boards = $40K
      • Non recoverable expenses (e.g. Layout): $5K
      • 2 sets of 2 Prototypes: 2×$20K: 40K
    • CSC Track-Finder: $527K
      • 20 Modules @ $17.6K ea. (13 needed + 4 spares + 3 test setups): $358K
        • FPGA: $5.6 K, Optical: $3K, Memory: $2.3K,Misc. Components, Board, Assembly: $6.7K
      • Module Preproduction (3 @ $21K): $63K
      • uTCA chassis, optical parts, COTS: $106K
    • Test Facilities: $20K

Fermilab Director\'s Review -- US CMS Cost & Schedule

calorimeter trigger m s
Calorimeter Trigger M&S
  • TOTAL: 958 K$ base cost
    • 46 CTP7 @ 14.6 K$ each (36 needed + 8 spares + 2 test setups): $671K
      • FPGA (V7-690T + ZYNQ): 6.6 K$
      • Optical: 3.5 K$
      • Misc. components ($1.05K), Board ($1.8K), Assembly ($1.65K)
    • 6 CTP7 prototypes @ 16 K$ each: 96 K$
    • 13 CIOx @ 3K$ each (6 needed + 3 spares + 2x2 test setups): 39 K$
      • Optical: 2 K$
      • Misc. Components, Board, Assembly: 1 K$
    • 3 CIOx prototypes @ 4K$ each: 12 K$
    • 6 VadatechμTCA crates : 60 K$
      • incl. MCH & PS (3 needed + spare + 2 test setups) @ 10 K$
    • 6 AMC13 Modules (3 needed + spare + 2 test setups) @ 5 K$: 30 K$
    • Optical Cables & Patch Panel between Layers 1 & 2: 30 K$
    • Test Facilities: $20K

Fermilab Director\'s Review -- US CMS Cost & Schedule

trigger staging
Trigger Staging
  • CTP7 M&S: no HB/HE Backend until 2016
    • Delay purchase of 34 CTP7 cards until FY15
    • Use 12 CTP7 Cards w/prototypes as additional spares & for test setups.
    • Provides part of enhanced fucntionality
  • EMU CSCTF M&S: one endcap in 2015 & other in 2016
    • Commission & test one endcap thoroughly so 2nd can be integrated quickly
    • Delay spares & use prototypes for spares, test setups
    • Compatible with Global Muon Trigger using different Endcap inputs
  • Stages and Content:

Fermilab Director\'s Review -- US CMS Trigger Upgrade

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