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Session Summary. What else can go wrong. J. Wenninger , A. Macpherson BE-OP. The session. Maximum Credible Incidents – J. Strait Risks due to UPS malfunctioning – H. Thiesen Impact of SEUs – M. Brugger Beam induced damage - what is a safe beam? – V. Kain

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Session summary

Session Summary

What else can go wrong

J. Wenninger, A. Macpherson BE-OP

What else can go wrong - Session Summary


The session

The session

  • Maximum Credible Incidents – J. Strait

  • Risks due to UPS malfunctioning – H. Thiesen

  • Impact of SEUs – M. Brugger

  • Beam induced damage - what is a safe beam? – V. Kain

  • Worst case beam incident causes and protection – B. Goddard

  • Weaknesses of the MPS – B. Holzer

Not the most re-assuring session…

What else can go wrong - Session Summary


Mci maximum credible incident

MCI – Maximum Credible Incident

  • Bus failures, ‘19th September style’, seem to be the most serious SC magnet failures that one can think of.

  • Worst consequences to be expected if it affects:

    • A DBF.

    • Triplets.

    • Matching/dispersion suppr. sections.

  • Collateral damage can be severe for:

    • DBFs.

    • SC cavities.

    • Injection kickers.

    • Experiment beam tubes/inner detectors.

    • In general for the (beam) vacuum..

  • Issue of the ‘praying hands’ joints in MQM - insufficient protection?

Improve cryostat

pressure relief

To MQM

From N’ line

Beam vacuum relief,

fast(er) valves?

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Ups for circuit protection systems

UPS for Circuit Protection Systems

UPS_UA83

UPS_RE82

UPS_RE78

UPS_UJ76

C2n+1

C2n+1

C2n+1

C2n+1

C2n

C2n

C2n

C2n

C34LR

C12R

IP8

C12L

IP7

  • 4 redundant UPS systems to protect 1 sector

    • 1 UPS in UA => IT, IPQ and IPD

    • 1 UPS in RE => C12L to C34L (77 MB and 24 MQ)

    • 1 UPS in RE => C34R to C12R (77 MB and 24 MQ)

    • 1 UPS in UJ => IT, IPQ and IPD

    • Must be tested very carefully (AUG tests)

    • and time must be allocated for these tests !

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Ups issues

UPS Issues

  • In the event of a failure of the UPS: power abort is initiated.

  • Consequences:

    • Post-mortem data is lost.

    • No control over the 60A orbit correctors.

    • RB & RQ (13 kA) circuits are not protected during the power abort.

  • Decision (after Chamonix): upgrade of the UPS facility for the QPS.

  • QPS connected to the UPS systems from 2 different points.

UPS_RE78

UPS_UA83

UPS_RE82

UPS_UJ76

C34LR

C12R

IP8

C12L

IP7

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Radiation seus

Radiation - SEUs

  • Following the failure of CV equipment near the CNGS target area after only hours of high intensity running

  • >> raising awareness about SEUs issues  R2E group.

  • A lot of work ongoing within R2E to:

    • Assess fluence/dose values.

    • Complete inventory of electronics.

    • Identify problem areas and find solutions (re-location).

  • Outlook for 2009/2010:

    • 156 bunch operation : no showstopper was identified.

    • No problems with MPS equipment, but BIC and collimation crates in UJ56, UJ14/16 must be monitored carefully. Equipment must be moved if necessary.

    • Monitoring of radiation levels to evaluate simulation assumptions.

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Shutdown 08 09

Shutdown 08-09

Activities – service areas, LSS, Arcs

Key Drivers

Maintenances

Priorities

Schedule

Critical Points

  • Modification of the underground integration of Point 7 (TZ76 and UJ76) – Priority 1

    Objective: relocation of UPS and electronics from UJ76 to the TZ76 until end of June 09

    Reason for these modifications: radiation levels – triggered by R2E

EN/MEF/LPC – J.Coupard & K.Foraz


Radiation levels evolution

Radiation Levels – Evolution

!! Simulations Only !!

!! Loss Assumptions !!

!! Failure modes !!


Damage from beams

Damage from beams

  • Damage limits for typical ‘metallic objects’ seem to be consistent (better than order of magnitude) – see next slide.

  • >> plastic deformation & shock waves may lead to lower limits!

  • Damage limit for complex equipment (SC magnet, RF cavity) is rather poorly known, or not at all.

  • >> experimental verification on SC cables would be more than useful.

  • Recent simulation results show that:

    • tertiary collimator can be damaged by pilot bunch at 7 TeV.

    • a SC magnet can be sliced open over a length of ~ meter with a beam of a few MJ >> possible trigger of a sector 34-like incident !

  • Even our ‘safe’ beams are not safe under all condition.

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Energy scales

Energy Scales

450 GeV

‘156 b’ physics

0.5-1 MJ

‘Safe’ Beam Limit - 1012 p

72 kJ

Pilot b

360 J

Nominal b

8.3 kJ

Nominal beam

23.3 MJ

Stored

Energy

(J)

5 TeV

‘Safe’ Beam Limit - 1.7x1010 p

13.6 kJ

100

1k

10k

100k

1M

10M

100M

1T

‘156 b’ physics

5 -10 MJ

Pilot b

4 kJ

Nominal b

92 kJ

Nominal beam

258 MJ

Stored

Energy

(J)

2 MJ !

100

1k

10k

100k

1M

10M

100M

1T

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What can go wrong with beam

Birdstrikes – single causes can lead to multiple failures

What can go wrong with beam

… many things !!!!

  • The MPS is designed to cope with the ‘worst’ scenarios:

    • High reliability design for critical components.

    • Equipment and beam monitoring (reaction times).

    • Redundancy of the protection where possible.

    • Beam loss monitors are the last line of defense!

  • We are now analyzing more severe cases:

    • Multiple failures.

    • ‘Bird strikes’ : a single cause

    • takes out more than one component.

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Session summary

3.) What can go wrong ?

a rough statistics of 20 years HERA

Injection: too early (during magnet cycle)

too late (during accleration)

into a filled bucket (timing problem)

with kicker/septum off

with magnet at transferline off

after wrongly applied injection correction ... why ???

with closed collimators

with closed vacuum valve

with wrong magnet polarity (after maintenance day)

Acceleration: failure of persistent current compensation

errors in ramp correction tables

tune jump during polarity switch of a quadrupole

collimators too close to the beam

head tail problems (chromaticity correction)

magnet failures

Luminosity: aperture limitations due to RF fingers

beam quality issues: beam beam spoils the emittance (up to beam losses at the aperture limit)

orbit correction loop: coil at limit or off

dedicated beam orbit steering

coasting beam (rf problems)

failure at dump kicker

failure of dump timing system

collimator control defect (radiation problem)

error in BLM / BPM signal processing (server)

vacuum valve closes during luminosity run

Some of those failures cannot happen at the LHC,

prevented by the MPS !

All of them have been considered for the LHC.

The LHC MPS strategy is based on a highly reliable and well tested interlock hardware network designed to catch ‘all’ failure scenarios.

Some ‘flaws’ of Tevatron, HERA and SPS MPS systems have been avoided at the LHC.

Nota bene: each of these errors lead to a beam loss alarm or quench


Lhc natural predators

LHC Natural Predators

Some specimens from the top of the food-chain…

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Lhc natural predators1

LHC Natural Predators

  • Operators and experts are able to trigger a large palette of actions/failures that stress the MPS or that open cracks in our armor.

  • Some ‘errors’ are inevitable when tuning the machine !

  • The LHC is not a turn-key system, commissioning the LHC is R&D !!

  • Expert actions and errors may disable part of the MPS functions: leads to the worst possible failures, in particular a priori rare ‘combinations’.

    • Follow procedures, log what you do.

    • Think twice, consult a colleague / MPS expert.

    • Track changes.

    • Test, test, test.

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The ultimate and popular mps question

The Ultimate (and popular) MPS Question

  • “What do we do if the dump doesn’t react to a programmed request”

  • Possible answers are

    • Call Bruno and Etienne in to fix the problem.

    • Cut RF Revolution Frequency to LBDS, to provoke synchronous dump.

    • Force access system door to produce asynch. dump trigger.

    • Start blowing beam up slowly with tune kicker, or transverse damper.

    • Scrape beam slowly away with collimators, while staying below quench limit.

    • Provoke a software interlock.

  • We must agree and maintain a procedure for the CCC…

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The last word for the scary session

The last word for the ‘scary’ session

The LHC is a difficult and ‘extreme’ collider,

the risks have become very concrete on Sept. 19th.

To cope with the risks of beam operation

we have designed a large and reliable MPS,

and the one thing that we absolutely need is

TIME to test it very very carefully !

It will not be easy, but there is no reason to panic !

What else can go wrong - Session Summary


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