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Week 31. Summary week 31 02.08.-09.08. G . Arduini & O . Brüning. Week 31. Operation with Multi-bunch Injection since Thursday 29.07: 13 fills with up-to 120 nb -1 per fill  109 h of luminosity production

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week 31
Week 31

Summary week 31

02.08.-09.08.

G. Arduini & O. Brüning

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Week 31
  • Operation with Multi-bunch Injection since Thursday 29.07:
    • 13 fills with up-to 120 nb-1 per fill  109 h of luminosity production

 ca. one fill per day; peak luminosity: L = 4 1030 cm-2 sec-1

    • average fill time of ca. 9 hours (10, 9, 14, 1, 15, 7, 2, 17, 15, 0.5, 2, 14, 2.5)
    • integrated luminosity: 730 nb-1 (40, 60, 80, 8, 100, 60, 20, 120, 90, 8, 23, 95,25)
    •  ca. 56 nb-1 /fill;  average luminosity per fill: L = 1.7 1030 cm-2 sec-1

 ca. 40% efficiency (wrt to scheduled time);  total luminosity ca. 1080 nb-1

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For periods without studies: ca. 63% efficiency relative to available beam time

ca. 45% efficiency per scheduled time

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monday 2 8
Monday 2.8.
  • Analysis of the noisy spectra observed at injection and flat-top:
    • The peaks observed are exact harmonics of 50 Hz extending up to 4 kHz
    • Instrumental?
    • The noise seems to be lower in the BBQ pick-up for on-demand measurements

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tuesday 3 8
Tuesday 3.8.
  • Test Ramp for operation optimization with 2 nominal bunches:
    • Beams lost during squeeze at b* = 7m
  • Goal for test ramp with 2 bunches for operation optimizations:
    • A: Damper and tune feedback optimization:
      • Test of the Q feedback with different PC regulation loop to reduce noise ✔
      • Transverse feedback tests at injection (0.5 hours) Not yet done
      • Hump investigations (~1.5 hours) Not yet done
    • B: Ramp and squeeze optimization:
      • Incorporate Q and Orbit FB feed forward into ramp. ✔
      • Establish better end-squeeze to collision sequence/settings. Not yet done
      • Clean orbit in stable beams (ALICE H plane,..). Not yet done
      • Check TCTs. Not yet done
      • Collimator loss maps. Not yet done
      • Beam dump validation (Dump with RF OFF) Not yet done

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wednesday 4 8
Wednesday 4.8.
  • Tuesday to Wednesday night:
    • Physics fill with 25 nominal bunches with inverted sign of tune split;
    • Problems related to losses during over-injection into LHC
    • Initial peak luminosity of 2.8 1030 cm-2 sec-1; fill lost due to patrol box in IR1
  • Wednesday morning: optimization of losses during injection:
    • Single bunch has very good trajectory and no losses in the TL.
    • Over-injection with 4 bunches leads to losses that dump the beam  trajectory changes by ca. 0.2mm over all cases (1 to 4 bunch injection); trimmed SPSRF frequency (10 Hz);
    • Decided to correct trajectory in both lines back to reference using

upstream correctors (0.6mm rms) (origin of change not understood?).

    • Revalidation of TCDI settings.
    • Change of some BLM thresholds;

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tuesday 3 81
Tuesday 3.8.
  • Beam intensities over fill– Losses for Beam2 higher than for Beam1 after inverted sign of tune split

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wednesday 4 81
Wednesday 4.8.
  • Afternoon: Preparation of new physics fill:
    • Physics fill with 25 nominal bunches; No tune split between Beam1 and Beam2
    • 15:45: Starting ramp: e1nx = 2 mm; e1ny = 3 mm; e2nx = 2.7 mm; e2ny = 5.3 mm;
    • 17:00: Starting Squeeze;
    • 17:40: Stable Beams; Initial peak luminosity of 3.0 1030 cm-2 sec-1; Beam lifetimes of 5h going above 25 hours after few minutes and rising to 125h after a couple of hours.
    • 19:30: Roman Pots at 25 sigma;

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wednesday thursday 4 5 8
Wednesday-Thursday 4-5.8.
  • End of physics at ~11:00 after 18.5 hours

~120 nb-1

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thursday 5 8
Thursday 5.8.
  • Go to adjust mode for end of coast study
  • Swap H/V tunes for B2 (crossing coupling resonance) in order to investigate the feasibility of working point with similar to RHIC in collision. Damper can stand the tune swap but not completely transparent (dip in lifetime and tiny losses)

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thursday 5 81
Thursday 5.8.
  • Afternoon: Second attempt for a test fill for ramp and squeeze optimization
    • (2 on 2 bunches)
  • 20:00 RQ10.B2 power converter trip (water fault again)  Beam dump
      • Incorporate Q and Orbit FB feed forward into ramp. ✔
      • Establish better end-squeeze to collision sequence/settings.✔
      • Clean orbit in stable beams (ALICE H plane,..). ✔
      • Check TCTs. Not yet done
      • Collimator loss maps. Not yet done
      • Beam dump validation (Dump with RF OFF) Not yet done

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thursday 5 82
Thursday 5.8.
  • New beam process for collision (Mike):
  • All went smoothly ! Non-closure of the knobs 30 microns in V, 60 microns in H. OK !  To be implemented in the sequence

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thursday 5 83
Thursday 5.8.
  • Access request from CMS to fix serious problem on their detector
  • Profited from the access for CMS to fix:
    • problem on MKB (vacuum interlock configuration)
    • Module replacement for fixing the spurious interlocks on Q10.R8
  • Accesses finished by 22:45
  • Tedious injection process because of an intermittent problem with an 80 MHz cavity in the PS.

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friday 6 8
Friday 6.8.
  • 04:00: Fill 1263
    • Physics fill with 25 nominal bunches; No tune split and DQ = +2 10-3;
    • Emittances: ex1 = 3.4 mm; ey1 = 3.0mm; ex2 = 3.0 mm; ey2 = 3.2mm;
    • Initial peak luminosity of 2.7 1030 cm-2 sec-1 (ca. 10% less then previous fill);
    • Beam lifetimes initially 5h and above 25 hours after a couple of hours.
    • Terminated at 19:15 Generated integrated luminosity of ca. 90 nb-1
    • total luminosity delivered ca. 980 nb-1

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friday 6 81
Friday 6.8.
  • Feedback

during

ramp and

squeeze:

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friday 6 82
Friday 6.8.
  • Relative

bunch

intensity

drops

for

Beam1

and

Beam2:

Fill 1263

GiuliaPapotti (BE/OP/LHC)

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friday 6 83
Friday 6.8.
  • Relative

bunch

intensity

for

Beam1

and

Beam2:

Fill 1263

no Q split &

DQ = 2 10-3

versus

Fill 1262

noQ split

giulia papotti (BE/OP/LHC)

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friday 6 84
Friday 6.8.

Relative

bunch

intensity

drops

for

Beam1

and

Beam2:

Fill 1263

no Q split &

DQ = 2 10-3

versus

Fill 1257

with Q split

giulia papotti (BE/OP/LHC)

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friday 6 85
Friday 6.8.
  • Luminosity over 16 hours:

 ca. 50% drop over 15 hours

~90 nb-1

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friday 6 86
Friday 6.8.
  •  Champagne!!!
  • Fill terminated at 19:00:  ca. 1000 nb-1 ± 10%

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friday 6 87
Friday 6.8.
  • 21:00: Preparing new fill for the night: Fill 1264
    • 21:00: injecting pilot and setup (some delays: mastership, phasing, SPS beam quality [emittance and intensity])  start ramp around midnight
    • Emittances: ex1 = 2.4 mm; ey1 = 2.3mm; ex2 = 2.4 mm; ey2 = 3.6mm;
    • 01:42: Stable beams:
    • Initial peak luminosity of 3.1 1030 cm-2 sec-1;
    • Beam lifetimes initially 5h and above 25 hours after a couple of hours.
  • 02:15: Beam dump (BLM in Pt4)
    • Start pre-cycle  machine ready for new injection at

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saturday 7 8
Saturday 7.8.
  • Initial Luminosities

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saturday 7 81
Saturday 7.8.
  • Lifetimes rising from 5h to above 25 hours over one hour:

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saturday 7 82
Saturday 7.8.
  • Fill #1264 dump at 02:14:38: BLM @Q11.L4B1 (2.5 ms threshold triggered) .
  • The comparison with a BLM at TCP.L7 indicates that the loss is real, similar time behaviour
saturday 7 83
Saturday 7.8.
  • 04:15: Problems resetting the machine
    • Can\'t close the switch of RQTF.A67B2 called piquet and preparing for access in UA67 (but could closed in the end by M. Zerlauth by doing "Reset System" )
  • 05:24: Sector 67 tripped again:
    • Quench loop of Q8.R6 which opened again.
    • As before, a disturbance in the quench signal opens the quench loop.
    • Diagnosis later points to the power converter as origin for the fault
  • 06:15: A local perturbation in Pt2 stopped the filters of the compensator; TI advises to stop sectors S12 and S23 + the ALICE magnets
  •  Spent all day in access for QPS and FGC interventions!

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sunday 7 8
Sunday 7.8.
  • 20:00: Preparing fill for the night: Fill 1266
    • Emittances: ex1 = 2.2mm; ey1 = 2.3mm; ex2 = 2.0mm; ey2 = 2.5mm;
    • 23:00: Stable beams:
    • Initial peak luminosity of 4 1030 cm-2 sec-1;
    • Beam lifetimes initially 5h and above 25 hours after a couple of hours.
    • Beam dumped after 2h! This time by BLM in IR5.
  • 01:00: Preparing new fill for night:
    • Emittances: ex1 = 2.5mm; ey1 = 2.5mm; ex2 = 2.6mm; ey2 = 4.0mm;
    • 05:30: Stable beams:
    • Initial peak luminosity of 3 1030 cm-2 sec-1;
    • Beam lifetimes initially 5h and above 25 hours after a couple of hours.
    • 18:50: Loss of Cryo in S34 (loss of communication)  beam dump after 14 hours.

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07 08 2010
07/08/2010
  • Relative losses for fill 1264 and 1266.
    • Both with NO tune split.
    • Both dumped after one hour due to BLM reading
  • 1266 initial losses lower than in any other fill

G. Papotti

sunday 8 8
Sunday 8.8.
  • 21:00: Short Hump study at 450 GeV
    • No clear evidence yet on effect of offset in cavities on Hump activity.
  • 23:00: Preparing fill for the night:
    • Emittances: ex1 = 2.7mm; ey1 = 2.9mm; ex2 = 2.8mm; ey2 = 3.9mm;
    • 01:30: Stable beams:
    • Initial peak luminosity of 3 1030 cm-2 sec-1;
    • Beam lifetimes initially 5h and above 25 hours after a couple of hours.
    • 04:00: Beams dumped: quench loop of the RB.A67

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saturday 7 84
Saturday 7.8.
  • Plan for the coming days:
    • Luminosity fills
    • Next week: Test ramp with 2 bunches:
      • Check TCTs.
      • Collimator loss maps.
      • Beam dump validation (Dump with RF OFF)
      • Implementation of new beam process for establishing collisions.

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pending
Pending
  • Tests:
    • New BLM Firmware tests
    • Delay of the PM trigger of the BLM system to be set back  BLM team ready only next week
    • Loss maps, orbit clean-up and TCT verifications
  • Requiring access:
    • Repair COD MCBH.18R7.B2
    • CV need to replace a motorization of the water valve of the sector 56 - not urgent
      • Time estimate ~3 hours
    • Access team to replace oxydized connectors for PAD-PX24 in case of stop (3 hours)
    • Magnetic probes in the machine for the studies related to the hump - access in point 5 (GA, LW) – 3 hours
monday 9 8
Monday 9.8.
  • Open Issues:
    • Clogging of CMS cryo filters not yet understood
    • QPS boards: several boards had to switch from channel A to B.
    • BLM racks (in buildings SR1 and SR5 and both at position BY02): would like to correct the way the power cable for the multi-plug arrives inside the rack.
    • Ion pumps in dump line MKB (B2 only 4 out of 8 pumps working; few days intervention, next TS)
    • Origin – cause of the beam losses that terminated 2 of the best runs (beam-beam?; coherent versus incoherent?).
    • Bunch-to-Bunch diagnostics would be very helpful!
  • Week 32:
    • Malika and Jörg

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monday 2 81
Monday 2.8.
  • 12:35: Lost access chain in point 2 (PX24 PAD)  Dump after ~14.5 hours

~100 nb-1

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tuesday 3 82
Tuesday 3.8.
  • Sector 23 Quadrupoles tripped at 07:39 after 7 hours and 20 mins in coast.
  • Cause being investigated
  • CMS preparing to ramp down the solenoid for cryo intervention

~50 nb-1

tuesday 3 83
Tuesday 3.8.
  • Beam2 losses during over injection:

 Losses for Beam2 too high for operation

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