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Slow Ground Motion Studies at Fermilab. Andrey Chupyra, Shavkat Singatulin, Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics Vladimir Shiltsev, Sten Hansen, Terry Kiper Fermilab. James T Volk Accelerator Division. Principle that water seeks its own level. There are two types of HLS systems in use.

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Slow Ground Motion Studies at Fermilab

Andrey Chupyra, Shavkat Singatulin,

Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics

Vladimir Shiltsev, Sten Hansen, Terry Kiper

Fermilab

James T Volk

Accelerator Division

Principle that water seeks its own level


There are two types of HLS systems in use

Fermilab designed

Tevatron style

Capacitive sensor

Balluff proximity

sensor

Air line

Water pool

Water line

Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics

James T Volk May 2009


Fermilab Design Tevatron Style

Balluff sensor and pool

Power supply

RS232 port

8 channel readout card

Ether net interface

Paper in IWAA-08 J Volk

James T Volk May 2009


Tevatron Sensors on Quad

Air Line

Water line

In the circle is a water level pot on a Tevatron quadrupole

James T Volk May 2009


Tevatron Quad Movement

Tev access underway CHL changing Compressors

James T Volk May 2009


B 43 motion with Tev ramp

James T Volk May 2009


B0 and D0 Low Beta Quads

Bo low beta quad shielding removed

D0 low beta quad

James T Volk May 2009


D0 low beta quad motion

James T Volk May 2009


Difference in sensors on CQ5 and DQ5

B3 Dumped burned up

Changes in tunnel temp and pressure

Micro meters

Date

James T Volk May 2009


Layout of MINOS water level

Depth of floor 100 meters below grade

406 feet above sea level Maquoketa shale

30 meters

30 meters

30 meters

MINOS detector

u direction

Sensor

Location of

Horizontal and

Vertical seismometer

Water line

New

sensors

Not to scale

James T Volk May 2009


January 2006 MINOSDifference in two sensors 90 meters apart

James T Volk May 2009


FFT of MINOS data difference between two sensors December 2007

James T Volk May 2009


Difference in two sensors 90 meters Apart MINOS hall 36 months of data

James T Volk May 2009


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