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Cleanness of the 3-4 cold beam lines. C. Garion on behalf of TE/VSC with materials of Vincent Baglin. Outline: History: Status of 2009 cleaning Foreseen and additional activities on cold beam lines. Inspection and cleaning activities in sector 3-4 during LS1 Activity sequence Procedure

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Cleanness of the 3 4 cold beam lines

Cleanness of the 3-4 cold beam lines

C. Garion on behalf of TE/VSC with materials of Vincent Baglin

C. Garion

Outline:

  • History: Status of 2009 cleaning

  • Foreseen and additional activities on cold beam lines.

  • Inspection and cleaning activities in sector 3-4 during LS1

    • Activity sequence

    • Procedure

    • Schedule

  • Conclusion


History beam vacuum line cleanness in sector 3 4 after incident

History: Beam vacuum line cleanness in sector 3-4 after incident

  • Contamination types:

    • MLI

    • Soot

    • (Debris)

LSS4

LSS3

Soot

MLI

Contamination distribution:

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History cleaning methods after 3 4 incident 1

History: Cleaningmethodsafter 3-4 incident (1)

  • Foam plugs for the soot:

    • Use of two plugs for horizontal and vertical parts of the beamscreen

    • Use of alcohol-wetted and dry foam plugs

    • Up to 50 passages in each direction withwetfoam plug and up to 15 passages with dry plug

Example of C19R3.V2

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Cleanness of the 3 4 cold beam lines

History: Cleaningmethodsafter 3-4 incident (2)

  • Air flux for the MLI:

    • 1st step: automaticpumping/venting

      • A cycle : 20 s pumping, 18 s plateau, 2 second vent

      • The pressure is reduced from 1 atm to 0.8 atm in 2 s

      • (to be compared to the arc pump down of 200 mbar/h)

      • Apply this process for 30 min (40 pumping/venting cycles)

    • 2ndstep: aspiration with local pertubationcontrolled by endoscope

      • nozzleblowsfiltered air, the MLI residuesleftbehind the beamscreen and the RF fingers are directedtowards the beam aperture wherethey are aspiredaway.

      • Time : 5 min per PIM, speed of 3 m/min along the beamscreen

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Cleanness of the 3 4 cold beam lines

History: cleannessafter 3-4 incident

  • Acceptance criteria:

  • After discussion with AB-ABP and following Chamonix it was agreed with the management that :

  • 1 fibre per half-cell

  • 2 debris (MLI or other less than 1 mm2) per magnet

  • can be left in the beam tube after the cleaning process !

  • Few pictures of non-conformities:

A32L4 V1

Q34R3 V1

Q29L4 V1

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Foreseen activities on cold beam lines at the ls1 start

Foreseen activities on cold beam lines (at the LS1 start).

4 Magnet exchanges

 Point 3

Point 4 

Damaged bellows (PIM cutting to be confirmed at opening: not to be changed)

«standard» endoscopy (54 m in one direction per line)

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Foreseen and additional activities on cold beam lines

Foreseen and additional activities on cold beam lines.

  • 2 additional openings are asked for inspection and investigation (Endoscopy).

  • Extended endoscopies.

  • Air flux for MLI removal

  • New opening:

  • QBBI.A14R3 (V2);

  • QBBI.A20R3 (V2)

 Point 3

Point 4 

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Inspections and cleaning activities in sector 3 4 during ls1 1

Inspections and cleaning activities in sector 3-4 during LS1 (1)

Sequence:

Prudent endoscopy*  analysis

Cleaning by pulsed air flow

Endoscopy

Cleaning by pulsed air flow

 Point 3

Point 4 

Cleaning by pulsed air flow (24h) toward point 4

Analysis and decision

* Prudent endoscopy: if too many debris are observed, the endoscopy will be stopped and the cleaning carried out endoscopy.

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Inspections and cleaning activities in sector 3 4 during ls1 2

Inspections and cleaning activities in sector 3-4 during LS1 (2)

Sameprocedure as in 2009 willbeapplied (EDMS 989454)

Samematerial, available

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Schedule of inspection and cleaning activities in 3 4

Schedule of inspection and cleaning activities in 3-4

  • All interconnections and beam vacuum lines related to these activities in sector 3-4 are opened including the QBBI.A14R3 and QBBI.A20R3

  • VSC activities in parallel with SIT reconnection work. No closure of the beam vacuum lines (PIM installation before the end of the activity)

  • Start of VSC activities beginning of August (8 August)

    • ~ 3 weeks in total

    • From point 4 first (to avoid interaction with optical fibre activity, t.b.c.);

    • Mid august from point 3

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Conclusion

Conclusion

A scenario of inspection and cleaning of the cold vacuum beamlines in sector 3-4 isproposed.

The additionalwork for the SMACC team has been minimizedwhileprovidinga maximum of informations and efficiency of the cleaning.

A cleaning of the 2 beam vacuum lineswillbecarried out based on pulsed air flow.

Procedure and tooling have already been applied in 2009.

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Back up slides

Back up slides

Cleannessafter incident

PIM status

Interconnectionstatus

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Ufo activity

UFO activity

To beinspected, mostlikely a consequence of 3-4 incident

Source probablyidentified - ongoing

Inspected and no cause found

Courtesy of T. Baer

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Cleanness of the 3 4 cold beam lines

Beam screens with soot in tunnel : B19R3

B19R3.V2 before cleanning

After cleanning

end

entrance

mid

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Chamonix 2009


Cleanness of the 3 4 cold beam lines

Beam screens with soot in tunnel : C19R3

C19R3.V2 before cleanning

After cleanning

end

entrance

mid

V. Baglin

Chamonix 2009


Rf ball test

RF ball test

RF ball after test of V1 in sector 3-4:

Few MLI chips found

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