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SuperP0Dule Discussion. US ND-280 Meeting August 16, 2008 D. Warner. IMPORTANT!. SuperP0D Design is a rapidly-converging design- a work in progress- so comments and questions are MOST welcome. Reminders:. 4 SuperP0Dules US ECAL (~3 Tonnes, 7 P0Dules, 7 Lead radiators)

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Superp0dule discussion

SuperP0Dule Discussion

US ND-280 Meeting

August 16, 2008

D. Warner


Important
IMPORTANT!

  • SuperP0D Design is a rapidly-converging design- a work in progress- so comments and questions are MOST welcome.

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Reminders
Reminders:

  • 4 SuperP0Dules

    • US ECAL (~3 Tonnes, 7 P0Dules, 7 Lead radiators)

    • US Target (~4.5 Tonnes empty, 6 Tonnes full, 13 P0Dules, 13 Water Targets)

    • Central Target (~4.4 Tonnes Empty, 5.8 Tonnes full, 13 P0Dules, 12 Water Targets)

    • Central ECAL (Identical to US Ecal… Unless it has to shrink to fit space contstraints!)

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


P0d z axis constraints
P0D Z-Axis Constraints

  • Z-Axis Spaces

    • US Gap 5

    • US ECAL 316.75

    • Gap 10

    • US Target 897

    • Target Gap 2

    • Central Target 867

    • Support Gap 10

    • Central ECAL 316.75

    • Central Gap 10

    • Total: 2434.5

  • POD Allowance 2440

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Ecal superp0dule in basket
ECAL SuperP0Dule in Basket

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Ecal superp0dule on support
ECAL SuperP0Dule on Support

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


P0d assembly hardware
P0D Assembly hardware

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Superp0dule bolt and nut
SuperP0Dule Bolt and Nut

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Strongback
Strongback

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Strongback in basket
Strongback in Basket

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Support bracket
Support Bracket

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Stainless steel supports in basket
Stainless Steel Supports in Basket

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Assembly transport cart
Assembly/Transport Cart

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly



Superp0dule on cart
SuperP0Dule on Cart

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Schedule
Schedule (!)

  • Goal: BEGIN testing/assembly of US ECAL week of September 8

  • Requires all components at SBU by September 5

    • Strongback components for US ECAL will be produced at CSU– drawings in shop beginning Monday

    • Cart/assembly tooling at SBU– Jack will begin designs/production next week.

    • Static load tests MUST begin week of September 1.

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


Concerns
Concerns:

  • Many components must come together all at once:

    • SuperP0Dule supports

    • Carts and assembly tools

    • Radiators

    • Assembly bolts and nuts

    • Scanned P0Dules

    • Etc., etc., etc…

  • Many of the same people seem to be used in many of the same places (Jack and me in particular…)

  • Final P0Dule assembly (fiber & MPPC installation, testing, etc.) must occur at the same time everything is being built.

  • Schedule is critical, but safety and reliability is paramount. This system is mission critical, and cannot fail. We MUST take the time needed to make sure we are confident that this condition will be met.

  • The water target is also mission critical, and requires help. Unfortunately, it must wait until the S-P0Dules are complete, or more technical support must be found to help here.

  • I could really use help….

SuperP0Dule Support and Assembly


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