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News from materials sciences and engineering division iran l thomas director

News from Materials Sciences and Engineering DivisionIran L. ThomasDirector


News from materials sciences and engineering division iran l thomas director

Engineering and Geosciences Subprogram

Legend

Energy Biosciences Subprogram

bDual Capacity

lIPA

uDetailee

Office of Basic Energy Sciences

Associate Director's Office

Staff Contacts

Patricia Dehmer, Associate Director

bIran Thomas, Deputy Associate Director

Mary Jo Martin, Secretary

Robert Astheimer

F. Don Freeburn

Stanley Staten

Sharon Long

Materials Sciences and

Engineering Division

Chemical Sciences, Geosciences, and

Biosciences Division

bIran Thomas, Director

Christie Ashton, Program Analyst

Tarra Hardeman, Secretary

William Millman, Acting Director

Karen Talamini, Program Analyst

Carolyn Dorsey, Secretary

Metal, Ceramic, and

Engineering Sciences

Condensed Matter Physics

and Materials Chemistry

Fundamental

Interactions

Molecular Processes

and Geosciences

Energy

Biosciences

Robert Gottschall

Terry Jones, Proc. Tech.

William Oosterhuis

Melanie Becker, Proc. Tech.

Paul Smith (Acting)

Diane Matthews, Proc. Tech.

Allan Laufer

Sharon Bowser, Proc. Tech.

Gregory Dilworth

Patricia Snyder, Proc. Tech.

Structure and Composition

of Materials

Experimental Condensed

Matter Physics

Catalysis and Chemical

Transformations

Atomic, Molecular, and

Optical Physics

Plant Sciences and Microbiology

Robert Gottschall

Vacant FTE

uRobert Hwang, SNL

uJohn Vetrano, PNNL

Raul Miranda

lJulie d'Itri, U. Pittsburgh

uDan Melamed, BNL

Jerry Smith

Gregory Dilworth

James Tavares

Eric Rohlfing

Theoretical Condensed

Matter Physics

Mechanical Behavior of

Materials & Radiation Effects

Chemical Energy and

Chemical Engineering

Biochemistry and Biophysics

Chemical Physics

Manfred Leiser

Dale Koelling

Walter Stevens

Sharlene Weatherwax

Yok Chen

uRobert Hwang, SNL

uJohn Vetrano, PNNL

William Kirchhoff

Eric Rohlfing

Paul Maupin

Neutron and X-ray

Scattering

Physical Behavior

of Materials

Separations and Analysis

Photochemical and

Radiation Sciences

Helen Kerch

Vacant FTE

lDick Gordon, Wash. State U

uNorman Edelstein, LBNL

uAndrew Quong, LLNL

uWendy Cieslak, SNL

uRobert Hwang, SNL

Mary Gress

Walter Stevens

Neutron and X-ray

Scattering Facilities

Heavy Element Chemistry

Facility Operations

Synthesis and Processing

Pedro Montano

Alan Dragoo

Vacant FTE

Timothy Fitzsimmons

William Millman

William Kirchhoff

Paul Smith

Materials Chemistry

Paul Smith

uNorman Edelstein, LBNL

Dick Kelley

Vacant FTE

Matesh Varma

Engineering Sciences

Geosciences

Robert Price

lBassem Armaly, U. of MO

Timothy Fitzsimmons

uWendy Cieslak

EPSCoR

Nicholas Woodward

lRoger Turpening, MTU

uHenry Shaw, LLNL

Matesh Varma

Materials Sciences Subprogram

Chemical Sciences Subprogram

Spallation Neutron Source

Jeffrey Hoy

8 January 2001


News from materials sciences and engineering division iran l thomas director

PASI Proposals by April 15, 2001

The Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation (NSF) intend to support a limited number of Pan American Advanced Studies Institutes (PASI) modeled on the NATO Advanced Studies Institutes.  Pan American Advanced Studies Institutes are short courses of two to four weeks duration, involving lecturers of international standing at the advanced graduate and postgraduate level from the Americas. PASIs aim to disseminate advanced scientific knowledge and stimulate training and cooperation among researchers of the Americas in the basic sciences and engineering fields. Institutes in any physical or mathematical science discipline and/or engineering may be supported. Whenever feasible, an interdisciplinary approach is recommended.  Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Science contacts are:  Richard Kelley, SC-13, telephone: 301-903-9513, e-mail: [email protected] and Don Freeburn, telephone: 301-903-3156, e-mail: [email protected]

PASIs may involve up to 8 to 12 lecturers and approximately 40 to 50 students from the different countries in the Americas. A PASI award will cover expenses for the organization of the meeting, travel and living expenses of lecturers, and contribute to students' travel and living expenses. The principal investigator is responsible for (a) the preparation of the scientific program, (b) the selection of lecturers and students, (c) the administration of the meeting, and (d) the publication of lectures and proceedings from the meeting. The cost for any one Institute with a reasonable number of participants, including lecturers and students, is expected to range from $65,000 to $85,000, and may not exceed $100,000, aside from contributions from other sources.

The NSF Division of International Programs will accept a number of proposals by April 15, 2001, to support such institutes.  Future deadlines will be February 15 of each year.   Individuals interested in submitting such a proposal should contact Eduardo Feller ([email protected]) or Harold Stolberg ([email protected]) at 703-292-8710/8706 for additional information. This notice is also posted on the NSF web site at http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/int/americas/amnew.htm (Program Announcement NSF 01-48).


Status of high flux beam reactor

Status of High Flux Beam Reactor


Status of the high flux isotope reactor

Status of the High Flux Isotope Reactor


Hfir upgrades

HFIR Upgrades

Neutron scattering upgrades

Cooling tower replacement

Reflector replacement outage

Recent events


Neutron scattering upgrades at hfir

New and upgraded instruments

Cold source brightness comparable to the world’s best

Neutron Scattering Upgrades at HFIR

  • Thermal neutron intensity 2-3 times higher for most experiments

  • Vigorous user program serving 500 users annually

  • Complementary to SNS and other HFIR missions


Current status of neutron scattering upgrades at hfir

Cold source

Cold source building and refrigeration plant (complete)

Neutron Sciences Support Building (complete)

Moderator vessel (in fabrication)

Beam lines

New monochromator drums (in fabrication)

Shielding (HB-2 in fabrication, HB-4 in final design)

Neutron guide systems (in fabrication)

Instruments

Work packages/schedules prepared for upgrades/installations

Long lead time procurements placed (SANS)

BNL US-Japan instrument included in planning

Current status of neutron Scattering Upgrades at HFIR


Hfir cooling tower replacement

Tower has been demolished and removed from the site

Sludge has been removed from the basin

New tower is under construction

Project is currently under budget and ahead of schedule

HFIR cooling tower replacement


Hfir reflector replacement outage

Permanent reflector, semi-permanent reflector, and pedestal/cage assembly completed and on site

Beam tubes and shutters required for the outage completed (HB-2 in final fabrication)

Reactor has been disassembled to the reflector

HFIR reflector replacement outage


Hfir reflector replacement cooling tower and experimental upgrades status

Cooling tower replacement on schedule and within budget

Cold source moderator vessel, new monochromator drums, shielding, and neutron guides in fabrication

Major components (reflector, beam tubes, shutters) required for outage available

Reactor disassembled to the reflector

Outage work delayed ~ 4 months due to tritium issue

HFIR reflector replacement, cooling tower, and experimental upgrades status

HFIR cooling tower construction 1/16/01


News from materials sciences and engineering division iran l thomas director

Discovered tritium contamination in a HFIR foundation drain in early October

Traced contamination to an underground process waste line and eliminated source of tritium contamination

EH review (Nov 28 - Dec 1) found no significant impact to worker safety or the environment

Defective underground process line will be replaced during the current outage

Tritium concentrations at HFIR drains and outfalls are decreasing and have not exceeded DOE or State action levels

Beryllium reflector outage activities have resumed

Tritium contamination at HFIR


Tritium concentrations downstream from the west hfir foundation drain

Tritium Concentrations downstream from the west HFIR foundation drain


Spallation neutron source update

Spallation Neutron Source Update

Screenplay by Pat Dehmer


News from materials sciences and engineering division iran l thomas director

SNS Progress Report

StaffingTechnical subsystems progressSite preparations and construction progressRecent issues and actions


News from materials sciences and engineering division iran l thomas director

SPALLATION NEUTRON SOURCE

D. MONCTON

ACCELERATOR SYSTEMS

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE

R. SIEMANN, CHAIR

G. AEPPLI, CHAIR

C. STRAWBRIDGE

Y. CHO

ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

SPALLATION NEUTRON

EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES

SOURCE/HFIR USERS

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

HUMAN RESOURCES

J. TRIMBLE (1)

SAFETY/ENVIRONMENT

F. KORNEGAY

GROUP

D. NEUMANN, CHAIR

SNS PROJECT

D. BELANGER

,

CHAIR

L. E. TEMPLE

PROJECT DIRECTOR

ASSOCIATE PROJECT DIRECTOR

K. BOUDWIN

ASSOCIATE PROJECT DIRECTOR

A. CHARGIN

M. SKONICKI

QUALITY ASSURANCE

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION AND

BUSINESS

PROCUREMENT

SYSTEMS INTEGRATION

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

PROJECT CONTROLS

J. HILL

B. MILLER

T. MANN

D

. CIARLETTE

S. HERRON

MANAGER

DIRECTOR

MANAGER

MANAGER

MANAGER

ACCELERATOR SYSTEMS

CONVENTIONAL FACILITIES

EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES

R. KUSTOM

A. CHARGIN (A)

T. MASON

DIVISION DIRECTOR

DIVISION DIRECTOR

DIVISION DIRECTOR

D. OLSEN

J. LAWSON

SR. SCIENTIFIC ADVISOR

ASSOCIATE DIV. DIRECTOR

K. REECE

SR. SCIENTIFIC ADVISOR

TARGET SYSTEMS

ACCELERATOR TECHNOLOGY

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

DESIGN TEAM

T. GABRIEL

ACCELERATOR PHYSICS

FRONT END SYSTEMS

CONTROLS SYSTEMS

J. LAWSON

C. GARREN

(FRONT END AND LINAC)

R. KELLER

D. GURD

SR. TEAM LEADER

J

. WEI

M. WHITE (A)

(ORNL)

(ORNL)

(ORNL)

SR. TEAM LEADER

SR. TEAM LEADER

GROUP LEADER

SECTION HEAD

(ORNL)

(LBNL)

(ORNL)

(ORNL)

INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS

ACCELERATOR

PROJECT MANAGEMENT AE/CM

K. CRAWFORD

LINAC SYSTEMS

RING SYSTEMS

CONTROLS

OPERATIONS

D. DAVIS (3)

SR. TEAM LEADER

D. REJ

W. WENG

D. GURD

G. DODSON

(ORNL/ANL)

(K/S)

SR. TEAM LEADER

SR. TEAM LEADER

GROUP LEADER

MANAGER

(LANL)

(ORNL)

(BNL)

(ORNL)

EXPERIMENTAL

SUPERCONDUCTING CAVITY

ACCELERATOR TECHNOLOGY

FACILITIES OPERATIONS

CONSTRUCTION

DESIGN MANAGER

SYSTEMS AND CRYOGENICS

(RING, HEBT, RTBT)

J. FORESTER

MANAGER

M. SIDDIQI (3)

R

. DAMM

C. RODE

MANAGER

W. TOMB (3)

SECTION HEAD

SR. TEAM LEADER

(ORNL)

(K/S)

(K/S)

(ORNL)

(JLAB)

USER ADMINISTRATION

A. EKKEBUS

EFFECTIVE DATE: 12-1-00

USER PROGRAM

KEY

MANAGER

(A)

ACTING

(1)

MATRIX

12-1-00

(2)

POST DOC

APPROVED

DATE

(3)

SUBCONTRACTOR

(4)

CONSULTANT

CHART 1

SNS Project Organization


Summary technical subsystems and construction

Good technical progress is being made overall in R&D and the design of technical components. Notable achievements throughout. No significant problems.

Title I design nearly complete. Title II design about 50% complete.

Site work is well underway.

Labs working well together.

Smooth transition from Lockheed-Martin to UT/Battelle.

Project on track to meet Level 0 (Secretarial) baseline goals.

Total Project Cost (TPC) of $1,411.7 million

Project completion date of June 2006

1MW proton beam power on target

Summary -- Technical Subsystems and Construction


Front end status lbnl

Successfully completed a major portion of R&D

Fabricated and tested first production ion source; working to reliably meet performance specs for beam current, but no show stoppers

Procured a large number of hardware components

Front End Status (LBNL)

1st production ion source


News from materials sciences and engineering division iran l thomas director

LANL and TJNAF working well together on hybrid (normal/ superconducting) linac

Selected RF architecture for superconducting linac

“Cold model” tests of RF structures validated designs

Prototype superconducting RF cavities performance tested

Ordering key components from industry (e.g, klystrons, niobium cavity material, cryogenic equipment)

Linac Status (LANL/TJNAF)

Superconducting linac cavity

Drift tube linac cold model


Accumulator ring status bnl

Good progress in accelerator physics design

Prototype dipole and quadrupole magnets fabricated to specs and successfully tested

Various other magnet designs completed and parts on order from industry

Accumulator Ring Status (BNL)

Field strength measurement of the prototype dipole magnet.


Target status ornl

R&D on mercury target concept supports design

Title II (Detailed) Design and major procurements are on schedule

Design Validation Test Stand on order from vendor

Target Status (ORNL)

Target Test Facility w/target mock-up

Target building design layout


Instrument status anl ornl

First 3 instruments selected and incorporated into the project cost baseline; designs are underway

Instrument costs are approximately double the estimates made in 1994, just prior to CD0. Cost increases result from experience with a new generation of pulsed spallation source instruments developed during the past 5 years at ISIS. These new instruments use (expensive) concepts that were not proven in 1994, such as large detector arrays and advanced neutron optics.

Selected concepts for another 3 instruments.

Designing common components for initial and future sets of instruments.

Instrument Status (ANL/ORNL)

Reflectometer

High resolution backscattering spectrometer


Controls status lanl

Completed preliminary design reviews for global safety, network, timing, and machine protection systems

Prototypical Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System (EPICS) running in the lab

Developing a fully integrated EPICS control system for conventional facilities

Controls Status (LANL)

EPICS/ControlNet demo at BNL


Sns site aerial view

SNS Site Aerial View


Sns site aerial view with artist s concept

SNS Site Aerial View with Artist’s Concept


Sns site and ornl lab aerial view

SNS Site and ORNL Lab Aerial View


Conventional facilities status ornl

Conventional Facilities Status (ORNL)

  • Mass excavation nearly complete (1.3 MCY of earth moved)

  • No reportable accidents or environmental incidents

  • Title I Design of buildings completed

  • Installing ~ 1,000 target building foundation “micro-pilings”

Site in October 2000


News from materials sciences and engineering division iran l thomas director

Installation of the Micro-pilings


Fy 2001 activities

Detailed design for all civil construction

Complete site excavation and grading

Start construction of major technical buildings

Linac Tunnel

Front End Building

Central Utilities Building

Linac Utility Support Buildings

Complete detailed design of ion source and low energy beam equipment

Prototyping of beam transport

Design and prototyping of Linac systems and components

Procurement of Linac components

Drift tube and coupled-cavity Linac systems

Vacuum and water systems

Radiofrequency systems, including klystrons and power supplies

Linac diagnostics

Liquid helium refrigeration and cryogenics systems

Superconducting cavities, cryomodules

R&D and design of proton accumulator ring

Procurement of Ring components

Magnets

Diagnostics, radiofrequency systems, and power supplies

Vacuum and mechanical systems

R&D, prototyping, and design of mercury target and shielding

R&D and design of neutron scattering instruments

Detailed design of global controls system

FY 2001 Activities


Fy 2002 activities

Construction of major technical buildings

Front End Building

Linac, High-Energy BeamTransport Tunnel, and Ring-to-Target Beam Transport Tunnel

Klystron Hall

Target Building

Central Utilities Building

Linac Utility Support Buildings

Install key technical components

Ion source and low energy beam equipment

Linac components (Drift Tube Linac Tanks, Klystrons, Coupled Cavity Linac modules)

Global controls

Complete design of Linac components

Procurement of Linac components

Coupled-cavity Linac systems

Cryomodules

Vacuum and water systems

Radiofrequency systems, including klystrons and power supplies

Linac diagnostics

Liquid helium refrigeration and cryogenics systems

Superconducting cavities, cryomodules

Design proton accumulator ring

Procurement of Ring components

Magnets

Diagnostics, radiofrequency systems, and power supplies

Vacuum and mechanical systems

Prototyping, design, and procurement of mercury target and shielding

R&D, design, and procurement of neutron scattering instruments

FY 2002 Activities


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