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Overview of MPE activities planned for LS1. Bruno PUCCIO (TE/MPE). Thanks to Betty, Giorgio, Gert-Jan, Markus, Reiner, & Vincent. Outline. LS1 activities related to:. Electrical Quality Assurance DYPB upgrading Quench Detection systems Energy Extraction facilities

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Overview of mpe activities planned for ls1

Overview of MPE activities planned for LS1

Bruno PUCCIO (TE/MPE)

  • Thanks to Betty, Giorgio, Gert-Jan, Markus, Reiner, & Vincent


Outline
Outline

  • LS1 activities related to:

  • Electrical Quality Assurance

  • DYPB upgrading

  • Quench Detection systems

  • Energy Extraction facilities

  • Powering Interlock system

  • Beam Interlock Systems

  • R2E

  • LIU project

  • Magnet Test Facilities

LHC


Workshop agenda 1 st half day
Workshop agenda: 1st half-day

1


2 nd half day
2nd half-day

2

3

4


3 rd half day
3rd half-day

5

6

+

7


Elqa activities
ELQA activities

2

  • New HV qualification tests @ cold

  • RT reference test @ warm

  • ELQA tests @ during cool-down

  • ELQA tests @ cold after cool-down

  • ELQA tests during splices consolidation

  • ELQA tests for replaced magnets

    • TE-MSC

  • Upgrade of instrumentation for 120A DCF powered via DFBs

    • TE-MSC for modification and change of the “C50” connectors used for instrumentation

  • TT891 and TT893 exchangeability upgrade for the 13kA circuits

    • Together with TE-CRG for the replacement of the “C50” connectors


    • Warm-up

    • “MSC train” follow-up: PAQ

    • Special Intervention Team (MSC) follow-up: AIV & PAQ.

    • Follow-up of NCs.

    • ELQA 13kA splices measurement

    • Reloc. C.L. heating system for DFBXs in IP1 and IP5.

    • TT891 & TT893 Upgrade for 13kA circuits:

    • Upgrade of instrumentation for 120A DCF powered via DFBs.

    • Upgrade of cabling at the level of the PE for some IPQs (EMC immunity)

    2

    Overview of ELQA activities per Sector

    • TP4-E

    • MIC-C

    • DOC-C

    • NCs solving

    • TP4-A & B

    • MIC-W

    • DOC-W

    • TP4-A & B

    • MIC-W

    • DOC-W

    • TP4-E

    • MIC-C

    • DOC-C

    • Elqa during cool-down


    2

    ELQA time slots in LS1 Global Schedule


    External Collaborators for ELQA activities

    (Cracow)


    Dypb upgrading 1 5
    DYPB Upgrading (1/5)

    3

    DYPB : commonly named “Yellow racks”

    Local Protection of

    the LHC Dipole Magnets


    Dypb upgrading 2 5
    DYPB Upgrading (2/5)

    3

    • Exchange of 1232 Local Protection Units for Dipole Magnets

      to integrate the enhanced quench heater supervision

      and adapt to redundant UPS powering.

    DQLPU Type ‘A’ (rear view)

    • Current

    • version

    (front view)

    With support of EM section,

    1250 units will be produced

    With support of EM section,

    1300 motherboards will be produced,

    together with 1300 DQHSU & 1300 DQCSU cards


    Dypb upgrading 3 5
    DYPB Upgrading (3/5)

    3

    • Improvement and Extension Plan for the 4928 Quench Heater P.S.

      Introduction of a discharge current measurement

      for each Quench Heater Power Supply

      through insertion of a new Transducer module (DQLIM)

      [in replacement of the "Crawford box” ]

    1300 DQLIM units will be assembled at Cern.

    Way side

    • QRL side

    x2

    • New redundant power supply (DQLPUR) Required for new DQLPU crate

    2600 DQPUR units will be produced

    Courtesy: Joaquim


    Dypb upgrading 4 5
    DYPB Upgrading (4/5)

    3

    LOGISTICS:

    • Cables disconnection & securing,

    • Moving out equipment from tunnel,

    • Storage @Meyrin site,

    • Modification and Tests

    • Moving back to tunnel,

    • Reconnection & Tests

    Support from other groups:

    • EN/HE for transport of 1232 racks

    • EN/EL for (partial) re-cabling

    Storage in ISR-I2 area

    Courtesy: S.Pelletier


    External Collaborators for DYPB activities

     Contract not signed yet

    WP1 : Disconnection and removal in the LHC tunnel of chassis and patches from the magnet local protection DYPB racks.

    Disconnection and securing of the instrumentation cables in the tunnel.

    Installation of the redundant PS in DYPQ racks. Protection and securing of DYPQ racks prior to splice consolidation

    WP2 : Dismounting and recuperation of components from removed chassis and patches

    WP3: Assembly and testing of the local protection crates DQLPU

    WP4: Assembly, preparation and testing of the modified DYPB racks

    WP5: Preparation and connection of the DYPB racks in the LHC tunnel.; Reconnection of the instrumentation cables in the tunnel.


    Other activities related to quench detection
    Other activities related to Quench Detection

    4

    • Reconfiguration of the existing Field-Bus to overcome present limitations in data transmission capacity.

      Involves re-wiring, doubling (from 2 to 4 per sector) of the tunnel Gateways,

      doubling of the number of repeaters and some infrastructural changes.

      • BE/CO for supplying more WorldFIP gateways and for supervising the installation work

      • EN/EL for new cables and fibers

      • EN/ICE for more PVSS servers


    Other activities related to quench detection1
    Other activities related to Quench Detection

    4

    • Extension of the Distributed Busbar Splice Monitoring System

      Workload will depend of CSCM type test results

      • EN/EL for re-routing the cables around Q10, Q9 and Q8

        (required to increase electro-magnetic immunity of protection systems)

    • Extension/Completion of the "Voltage-to-Ground" measurement system

    • Maintenance of the protection of the 600A circuits.

      114 crates have to be pull-out and re-installed afterwards.

      Same activity for the Quench Loop Controllers (16 units)

      (with support of EM section)

    DQQBS board

    With support of EM section, 1100 cards will be produced

    (240 already done)

    DQQDE board

    DQGPU crate type ‘A’


    External Collaborators for QPS activities

    - Consolidation and upgrade of DQLPU and DQHDS for main dipoles and quads, etc...

    - Consolidation and extension of the nQPS by complete implementation of the voltage-to-ground system, etc...

    - Upgrade of corrector magnet circuits (RQTF/RQTD) including new instrumentation cabling, etc...

    - Consolidation of QDS controls following Field bus changes

    - Relocation & System testing of circuit protection equipment within the programme R2E

    - Participation in the campaigns of IST and HWC.


    Activities related to energy extraction facilities 1 2
    Activities related to Energy Extraction facilities (1/2)

    5

    • Consolidation of 606 Extraction Breakers for 600A circuits

      • improved fixation of the "Holding" coil

      • Mitigation Package

        • Development and deployment of 202 DAQ systems type DQAMS600

    • Installation of Snubber Capacitor Banks in RQF/RQD circuits

      • EN/HE for transport

        (from SR2 to 1st floor of UAs in points #2,4,6 & 8)


    Activities related to energy extraction facilities 2 2
    Activities related to Energy Extraction facilities(2/2)

    5

    • Replacement of the Arc Chutes on Quadrupoles

      • EN/HE for transport

    • DQRB Dump Resistors

      • EN/HE

      • EN/CV

    • Upgrade and ELQA of cabling for IPQs and IPDs

      (to improve EMC immunity)

      • EN/EL for re-cabling

    for Q8, Q9, & Q10 only


    External Collaborators for Energy Ext. facilities

     Contract not signed yet

    • Consolidation and maintenance of the 600A energy extraction systems

    • - Upgrade and maintenance of the 13kA energy extraction systems


    Other external collaborations
    Other External Collaborations

    5

    for EE systems

    for testing and commissioning

    for commissioning

    for commissioning


    Activity related to powering interlock system
    Activity related to Powering Interlock System

    6

    • Additional interface with the LHC Access system

    • Modification/extension of existing access interlock (Vs Powering)

    • Additional PIC with a new PLC installed in the CCR [ to collect HW signals from the LHC Access System (LASS) ]

    • SW part : integrate new interlock signals into existing PIC-PVSS supervision

      • EN/ICE: contribution for the PLC program and for the PVSS SCADA

      • GS/ASE: for providing the safety relays with the status of the access conditions

    LASS

    new PIC


    Activities related to beam interlock systems
    Activities related to Beam Interlock systems

    6

    & Safe MachineParameters systems

    • Change of the CPU module of all VME systems currently in operation

      (LynxOS replaced by Linux)

    • BE/CO for supplying the module and for giving support in case of non-compatibility with existing HW

    CPU module

    Beam Interlock Controller

    in total, ~50 front-ends have to be upgraded

    (LHC, SPS Transfer Lines and SPS ring)

    SMP Controller


    Activities related to beam interlock syst 2 3

    PCB of CIBF

    Activities related to Beam Interlock Syst. (2/3)

    6

    Replace the CIBF units by an upgraded version

    • Internal resources are used.; no needs from other groups.

    Pair of CIBF units

    CIBF are used to Interlock Extraction lines

    CIBF also used also to Interlock LHC injection

    (Permits from Experiments and LBDS)

    • Install remote monitoring for the Beam Permit Loops

    • Internal resources are used.; no needs from other groups.

    BIS Optical cards


    Activities related to beam interlock syst 3 3
    Activities related to Beam Interlock Syst. (3/3)

    6

    • Connect BIS to LHC Beam Dump System re-triggering unit

      in order to provide fail–safe ultimate asynchronous dump protection

    • In close collaboration with TE/ABT

    Delayed Asynchronous Dump Request

    • Asynchronous Dump Request from BIS into the LBDS via the re-triggering lines

    • ADR should be delayed by 250μs after detection of the BIS loop opening

    Fault tolerant

    Fail-safe

    Courtesy A. Patsoul & F.Formentii

    Redundant Beam Permit Loops


    Activities related to r2e 1 2

    6

    Activities related to R2E (1/2)

    • BIS: Move Beam Interlock Controller from UJ56 to USC55

      • EN/EL for fiber optics links

      • FMCM : Relocation of the unit from UJ56 to USC55

        • EN/EL for cabling.

      • PIC: Relocation of the Controllers in IR1 and IR5.

        • EN/EL for cabling

        • TE/EPC for re-commissioning => will be included in HWC

      • PIC, WIC & BIC in TZ76:

        Remove (temporary) the Controllers during the civil works period

    FMCM unit

    Powering

    Interlock

    Controller

    PIC


    Activities related to r2e 2 2
    Activities related to R2E (2/2)

    • QDS:

      • Changes to Firmware for overcoming consequences of SEU events

      • Partial upgrade of the digital detection boards

        (for the radiation exposed areas of the 4 RRs in P1 and P5)

      • Relocation of the Quench Protection Equipment

        Only 3 locations considered: UJ14, UJ16 and UJ56.

    • ELQA:

      Relocation of the « Current leads Heaters » racks in Pt1 and 5.

      • EN/EL for cabling.

    4

    Powering

    Interlock

    Controller

    nDQDL card

    nDQDI card

    1


    Activities related to liu project 1 2
    Activities related to LIU project (1/2)

    6

    • BIS deployment in Linac4

    • EN/EL for cabling

    • BE/CO for new VME-LINUX systems


    Activities related to liu project 2 2
    Activities related to LIU project (2/2)

    7

    • WIC deployment in Booster (~200 magnets)

      and in Linac4 (82 magnets including T.L.)

      • EN/ICE for PLC program and PVSS application

      • EN/EL for cabling

      • TE/EPC & TE/MSC: minor contribution for commissioning phase

      • Install new magnet interconnection boxes in Ti2/Ti8 (~800 in total)

      • EN/ICE for PLC program and PVSS application

      • TE/EPC: minor contribution for re-commissioning

      • Modification of the sectorization for

        the Magnet Interlock system for the SPS

      • EN/EL for cabling

      • TE/EPC & TE/MSC: minor contribution for commissioning phase


    Other activities related to neither lhc nor liu
    Other activities related to neither LHC nor LIU

    7

    • Quench Detection system and

      Energy Extraction for HIE-ISOLDE

    • WIC deployment in HIE-ISOLDE (73 magnets)

      • EN/ICE for PLC program and PVSS application

      • EN/EL for cabling

      • TE/EPC & TE/MSC: minor contribution for commissioning phase

    • Magnet Protection for the Magnet Test Benches

      (for previous Bloc 4 now located in SM18 + FRESCA + Building 180 )

      It will involve Quench Detection system, Energy Extraction & Interlocks.

      • EN/ICE for PLC program and PVSS application

      • TE/MSC: minor contribution for commissioning phase

    Cryomodule

    Layout of HIE-Isolde facility

    • QPS for FAIR: asked by MSC (c.f. plan item#10944)


    And finally before the lhc restart
    And finally... before the LHC restart

    1

    • IST for Energy Extraction systems

    • IST for Quench Protection systems

    • IST for Powering Interlock systems

    • IST for Warm Magnet Interlock systems

    • IST for Safe Machine Parameters system

    • IST for Beam Interlock systems

    Individual System Tests


    To be also done before lhc restart
    To be also done before LHC restart

    • BIS: Re-commission with systems who have made changesduring LS1

    x ~200

    CIBU unit




    S umming up
    Summing up

    • Numerous activities in front of us: critical, diverse, various locations (LHC, Injectors, Magnet test benches...)

    • All internal resources will be deployed

    • Many external collaborators will join us (with a peak = ~54 people)

    • We relies on support of other groups like: EN/EL, EN/HE, EN/ICE, BE/CO, etc...

    • MPE is also involved in activities created by other groups




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