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Use Cases - Cryo Services Speaker: Klaus Barth on behalf of TE/ CRG. TETRA Forum Wednesday 09 March 2011 from 14:00 to 17:05 (Europe/Zurich) at CERN ( 503-1-001 - Council Chamber ) . Outline. LHC Accelerator and Detector Cryogenics Service accelerator cryogenics operation

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Use cases cryo services speaker klaus barth on behalf of te crg

Use Cases - Cryo ServicesSpeaker: Klaus Barth on behalf of TE/CRG

TETRA Forum

Wednesday 09 March 2011 from 14:00 to 17:05 (Europe/Zurich) at CERN ( 503-1-001 - Council Chamber )


Outline

Outline

  • LHCAccelerator and Detector Cryogenics Service

    • accelerator cryogenics operation

    • detector cryogenics operation

  • Cryogenics services related to activities for other detectors and test facilities

  • Outlook/Conclusion


Layout of lhc accelerator cryogenics

Layout of LHC Accelerator Cryogenics

LHC Cryogenic system


Lhc accelerator cryogenics subsystems

LHC Accelerator Cryogenics Subsystems


How are alarms originated

How are alarmsoriginated ?

  • accelerator cryogenics operation

4 points - 8 sectors, organised by cryo sub-system

Status of alarms per sub-system

Global overview, 3x8 alarms only => 24 alarms sent through cern standard infra channels

W: Warning - RC: Reduced Capacity - FS: Full Stop

Thousands of individual alarms grouped with possibility to mask each one depending on operation mode or status (nominal/techstop) to end up with only 24 potential alarms transmitted via Laser to Ti, and automatic call on cern GSMs via Mobicall

Review for Alarms handling


How do we deal with alarms

How do we deal with alarms ?

  • Normal case:

    • Taking alarm in consideration, early diagnostic

    • Confirming to Ti that alarm is being treated

    • Taking action that could lead to sending people (1 or 2) on site

    • Once treated, confirming to Ti that operation is back to nominal

  • Abnormal case: Easy thanks to shift crew 11months/year, done at few occasions

    • In case of network/Laser issue, visual or verbal information Cryo shift / Ti shift as we sit next to each other in CCC …

    • We can always check our supervision panels with flashing alarms !!!

Not against using a new system, but happy with present situation, and very low probability to have a GSM issue during an intervention on site putting people safety in delicate situation!

Review for Alarms handling


Lhc detectors cms atlas cryogenics operation

LHC Detectors (CMS/ATLAS) cryogenics operation

ATLAS

Magnet configuration comprises: thin superconducting solenoid surrounding the

inner-detector and three large superconductingtoroids (one barrel and two end-caps)

High granularity liquid-argon (LAr) electromagnetic sampling calorimeters, LAr technology is also used for the hadronic calorimeters


External and proximity cryogenics for the atlas lar calorimeters

External and proximity cryogenics for the ATLAS LAr calorimeters.


External and proximity cryogenics for the atlas magnet system

External and proximity cryogenics for the ATLAS magnet system


Cryogenics services related to activities for other detectors and test facilities

Cryogenics services related to activities for other detectors and test facilities

  • North Area fixed target experiment cryogenics (EHN1/EHN2/EHN3): NA61, NA62 (LKr calorimeter), H8 + RD5 test beams

  • CAST (LHC-P8) cryogenics

  • SC Magnet and Cable Test Facilities @ SM18 and Meyrin Site bldg. 163

  • Cryolab Central LHe distribution service @ Meyrin Site bldg. 165


Organization of the cryogenics operation service crg od

Organization of the cryogenics operation service CRG-OD

  • Dedicated CERN operation team of 5 technicians (on-call) for LHC detector cryogenics

  • FSU operation team (on-call) with CERN expert technician and engineer support for cryogenics related to activities at North Area, CAST, Meyrin Site bldg. 163/165

  • FSU operation team (on-call) with CERN expert technician and engineer support for cryogenics at SM18 test facility

  • Alarming (grouped and prioritized) is done via MOBICALL and the CCC-TI shift team. Works very reliable.

  • Interventions of cryogenics operation team are coordinated via CCC-TI and the experiment control rooms of ATLAS/CMS

  • Tech. expert support (mechanics, instrumentation, control system) can be called in by operation teams if required (on-call).


Outlook conclusion

Outlook/Conclusion

  • The cryogenics alarming service works well and reliable, based on several components (cryo shifter, CCC-TI, MOBICALL)

  • TETRAS could be a complementary system for cryogenic services for replacing/standardising existing safety devices/procedures (ODH, “Homme Mort”)

  • TETRAS could be complementary communication system giving fire brigade, CCC-TI direct access to information from cryo operation.


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