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Accelerator Assembly & Installation Planning. Gregory Fries Project Engineer, Accelerator Systems Division ASAC Review of NSLS-II October 14-15, 2010. Outline. Storage Ring Magnet/Girder Integration Phasing of Installation Coordination with Conventional Facilities

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Accelerator assembly installation planning

Accelerator Assembly & Installation Planning

Gregory Fries

Project Engineer, Accelerator Systems Division

ASAC Review of NSLS-II

October 14-15, 2010


Outline

Outline

  • Storage Ring Magnet/Girder Integration

  • Phasing of Installation

  • Coordination with Conventional Facilities

  • Storage Ring Installation

  • Injector Installation

  • Storage and Rigging

  • Experimental Installation

  • Magnetic Measurement Lab

  • Labor Profile

  • Challenges

  • Summary


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 w/ vendor installing transmitter

  • 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


Magnet girder integration

Magnet/Girder Integration

Building 902

1 Magnet measurement

2 Magnet inspection

3 Girder preassembly

4 Dipole measurement

5 Front-end test set-up

6 Environmental room

Fully Functional and Equipped Environmental Room (DT < 0.1 C ) for 30 mm Precision Alignment

Building 902


Magnet girder integration workflow

Magnet/Girder Integration Workflow

In Cleanroom

  • 90 MP girders

  • 60 dipole girders


Magnet girder precision alignment workflow

Magnet/Girder Precision Alignment Workflow

  • Will be learning curve

    • In beginning, 2nd survey will occur

  • Workflow flexible based on component availability

    • Prec. Alignment without all magnets

    • Final magnets installed in tunnel

    • Pre-assemble and store partially completed girders

  • 2 girders /months  2 girders / week

  • @ 18 months (incl. learning curve effect)

  • Starting March, 2011  Finish Oct, 2012


Phasing of construction and installation

Phasing of Construction and Installation


Installation and operation zones

Installation and Operation Zones

1

  • Key Points:

  • Utilities and infrastructure are segmented as shown by pentant

  • Temp walls constructed separating BOD segments

  • 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

  • ASD reviewing all CFD ECNs for impact


Storage ring systems installation

Storage Ring Systems Installation

Per Pentant

  • Mechanical Utilities

  • Electrical Utilities

  • Magnet/Girder Assemblies

  • Vacuum System

  • Power Supplies

  • Beam Instrumentation

  • Controls

    Where Applicable

  • RF Systems

  • Beam Line FEs, DWs, IDs

  • Injection Straight


High level installation schedule

High-Level Installation Schedule

  • Installation is gross equipment location, connections, and component testing

  • Subsystem testing, integrated testing and commissioning will follow


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

20

22

23

24

25

26

27

Mezzanine

Exp’l floor

23

25

26

27

28

24

Tunnel

  • Activities:

  • Final utility connections

  • Equipment shakeout

Status:

All equipment in place

System testing underway

Service Building


Sr rf installation

SR RF Installation

  • BOD date for RF building – Mar 23, 2011

  • All systems delivered directly to RF building

  • RF Transmitter w/ klystron installed by vendor

  • Remaining RF systems installed by BNL


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


Transport line magnet girder integration

Transport Line Magnet/Girder Integration

  • Preassembly in injector service building

  • Magnets, Girders, Vacuum, Diagnostics

  • Pre-alignment

  • Pre-test


Injector installation schedule

Injector Installation Schedule

  • Booster RF split into two phases: BR RF cavity & BR RF transmitter

  • BtS Part 2 is considered part of SR installation


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

(column 102)

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 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


Magnetic measurement lab

Magnetic Measurement Lab

  • 46’ x 25’ environmental room for ID measurement

  • Located in building 832

  • 95% Complete

  • BORE scheduled for Oct. 18, 2010

  • Measurement equipment to start arriving in Nov. 2010

  • No safety incidents during construction


Installation labor profiles

Installation Labor Profiles

  • Installation ramps up midway through FY 11

  • Peak effort is 108 FTE

  • ASD significant effort by term technicians and contract labor

  • XFD extensive use of installation labor provided by suppliers

  • Note that this is project labor only; does not include additional beamlines or beamline transfer


Challenges

Challenges

  • Coordinating multiple activities/teams/access during installation

  • Maintaining component delivery schedules

  • Adapting to delivery delays

  • 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

  • Magnet/Girder integration plan well defined

  • 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

  • Required labor profile in place

  • Conclusion: Installation Planning is very advanced


Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

A. Broadbent, L. Doom, O. Dyling, R. Fliller, G. Ganetis, E. Golnar, D. Hatton, H. Hseuh, E. Johnson, J. O’Malley, J. Rose, T. Shaftan, S. Sharma, O. Singh, J. Skaritka, T. Tanabe, F. Willeke


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