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NSLS-II Accelerator Installation Plan. Gregory Fries Project Engineer, Accelerator Systems Division CFAC Review of NSLS-II October 5-6, 2010. Outline. Phasing of Installation Coordination with Conventional Facilities Storage Ring Installation Injector Installation Storage and Rigging

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Nsls ii accelerator installation plan

NSLS-II Accelerator Installation Plan

Gregory Fries

Project Engineer, Accelerator Systems Division

CFAC Review of NSLS-II

October 5-6, 2010


Outline

Outline

  • Phasing of Installation

  • Coordination with Conventional Facilities

  • Storage Ring Installation

  • Injector Installation

  • Storage and Rigging

  • Installation Schedule

  • Experimental Installation

  • Potential Obstacles

  • Summary


Phasing of construction and installation

Phasing of Construction and Installation

Beneficial Occupancy

Installation


Installation and operation zones

Installation and Operation Zones

1

  • Key Points:

  • Utilities and infrastructure are segmented as shown

  • BOD handovers aligned with support infrastructure

  • Installation and testing within these segments

  • Linac/Booster test/commission may overlap with construction activities

B

RF

RF

2

5

L

4

3


Coordination with conventional facilities

Coordination with Conventional Facilities

  • Lay-down area for storage containers outside of building

  • Beneficial occupancy conditions for installation

  • Systematic hand-off of completed building zones

    • BNL BORE process to be used for occupancy permits

  • Access to space with beneficial occupancy for installation while construction continues

  • Interaction of installation activity with LOB construction to avoid potential interference

  • CFD represented in ASD installation meetings (O. Dyling)

  • ASD reviewing all CFD ECNs for impact

  • ASD installation coordinator named


Key aspects of production and installation

Key Aspects of Production and Installation

Accelerator Production –

  • We procure injector sub-systems (Linac, Booster Ring)

  • We build (integrate) Transfer Lines, B-RF and SR components

    Accelerator Installation –

  • Storage Ring BNL

  • Storage Ring RF BNL

  • Booster RF BNL

  • Transport Lines BNL

  • Linac Vendor w/ BNL oversight

  • Booster Ring Vendor using BNL technicians for all hands–on work w/ BNL oversight


Storage ring systems installation

Storage Ring Systems Installation

Per Pentant

  • Mechanical Utilities

  • Electrical Utilities

  • Magnet/Girder Assemblies

  • RF Systems

  • Vacuum System

  • Power Supplies

  • Beam Instrumentation

  • Beam Line FEs, DWs, IDs

    (where applicable)

  • Injection Straight


Storage ring pentant 1 installation week

Storage Ring Pentant 1 Installation: Week

2

22

23

24

25

26

27

Mezzanine

Exp’l floor

23

25

26

27

28

24

Tunnel

  • Activities:

  • Prepare tunnel

  • Stage components on floor

  • Start cable tray on mezzanine

Status:

~ 1/3 of material in building

Installation starting

Service Building


Storage ring pentant 1 installation week1

Storage Ring Pentant 1 Installation: Week

6

22

23

24

25

26

27

Mezzanine

Exp’l floor

23

25

26

27

28

24

Tunnel

  • Activities:

  • Tray and manifolds in place in tunnel

  • Racks well underway

  • Stage cable and start pulling

Status:

Most material in building

Installation on mezzanine

Installation in tunnel

Service Building


Storage ring pentant 1 installation week2

Storage Ring Pentant 1 Installation: Week

12

22

23

24

25

26

27

Mezzanine

Exp’l floor

23

25

26

27

28

24

Tunnel

  • Activities:

  • Girder installation

  • Populating racks

  • Terminating cables

Status:

Most wiring pulled

Process utilities connected

Service Building


Storage ring pentant 1 installation week3

Storage Ring Pentant 1 Installation: Week

18

22

23

24

25

26

27

Mezzanine

Exp’l floor

23

25

26

27

28

24

Tunnel

  • Activities:

  • Girder installation

  • Cable pulls all done

  • Testing underway

Status:

About 2/3 vacuum complete

Service Building


Injector installation phases

Injector Installation Phases

  • Mechanical & Electrical Utilities

  • Booster RF

  • LtB Transport Line Part 1

    • Through wall, up to vac valve in booster vault, needed to commission linac

  • Linac

  • Booster

  • LtB Transport Line Part 2

    • TL complete, need to commission booster

  • BtS Transport line Part 1

    • Up to beam dump, needed to commission booster


Injector installation phases layout

Injector Installation Phases Layout

Phase Separation (end of injector install)

BtS TL Part 1

Booster RF

Booster

Linac

LtB TL Part 2

Phase Separation

LtB TL Part 1


Component storage staging

Component Storage & Staging

  • Reviewing storage requirements for each ASD group

  • Finalizing number of sea containers needed at site for storage

    • Approx. 10-15 - 8 ft x 8 ft x 40 ft containers

  • Experimental floor will be used for staging

    • Temporary cages may be installed


Lay down areas for sea containers

Lay-down Areas for Sea Containers

Lay-down Area for SR Component Storage Containers

Outside Access to Experimental Floor for Unloading

Lay-down Area for Linac & Booster Containers


Rigging requirements

Rigging Requirements


Rigging summary status

Rigging Summary & Status

  • Reviewed requirements with the riggers

  • Will have two dedicated 3-man rigging teams

  • ASD installation coordinator will be contact to riggers

  • Rigging requirements will continue to be detailed


Component transport

Component Transport

  • Forklift has been ordered

  • 10,000 lbs. capacity

  • 208” max lift to reach mezzanine from experimental floor

  • Dolly system will be used for magnet/girder assembly transport


Installation testing commissioning schedule

Installation, Testing & Commissioning Schedule


Installation schedule

Installation Schedule

  • Installation schedule currently being reviewed with each CAM and expanded for completeness, durations and logic

  • Emphasis will be placed on installation schedule flexibility based on building and component availability


Experimental installation

Experimental Installation

  • XFD Installation follows ASD installation by pentant

  • Activities Per Beamline

  • Pentant Hand-off from ASD

  • Pentant Clean-up

  • Hutches

  • Utilities

  • Beamline Components


Potential obstacles

Potential Obstacles

  • Coordinating multiple activities/teams/access during installation

  • Maintaining component delivery schedules

  • Will epoxy floor installation on experimental floor impact ASD installation schedule?

  • XFD installation needs might conflict with required flexibility of ASD installation schedule (hand-over delays)


Summary

Summary

  • Installation schedule in process of being expanded and re-evaluated

  • Focus on flexibility in installation schedule based on availability of building and components

  • Building to be available for start of ASD installation Feb ‘11

  • Detailing installation logistics

  • Rigging and storage requirements in process

  • Good communication established with CFD & XFD

  • Conclusion: Installation Planning is very advanced


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