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Cryomodule Helium Volumes. Tom Peterson, Fermilab AWLC14 13 May 2014. Introduction. Most helium inventory in a long string of TESLA/ILC-style cryomodules is in the helium vessels Most volume is in the 300 mm pipe

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cryomodule helium volumes

Cryomodule Helium Volumes

Tom Peterson, Fermilab

AWLC14

13 May 2014

introduction
Introduction
  • Most helium inventory in a long string of TESLA/ILC-style cryomodules is in the helium vessels
  • Most volume is in the 300 mm pipe
  • During a power outage or severe cryogenic plant outage, the cryomodule string itself may act to provide temporary helium storage
  • The following provides a rough estimate of this storage capacity

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cryomodule cross section
Cryomodule cross section

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cryomodule helium inventory
Cryomodule helium inventory

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closed volume warm up process
Closed-volume warm-up process
  • Assume valve control is available
    • Isolation of supply valves to 2 K space
    • Isolation valve closes on 2 K vapor return
  • Retain insulation vacuum and beam vacuum
  • Static heat load warms helium
  • Process is warm-up of the 2-phase system starting at 2.0 K, 31 mbar

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results of first coarse analysis
Results of first, coarse analysis

XFEL

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what that table says
What that table says
  • Warm-up from 31 mbar to 1.5 bar takes 39 hours
    • Assuming relief valves open at 1.5 bar, venting would begin at approximately 39 hours
  • Result is evaporation of almost all the liquid
    • Final state is almost pure vapor at 1.5 bar

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sources of error refinements
Sources of error, refinements
  • Seems nice, but
    • Thermal shield also warming up
    • Need second-order analysis incorporating slowly increasing static heat load
  • Still expect about one day before reaching venting pressure

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conclusions
Conclusions
  • This is just an order-of-magnitude analysis
  • Nevertheless, it illustrates the potential of the cryomodule itself as a temporary storage volume during lack of cooling
  • Implementation requires supply and return valves closing to provide closed volume
  • Suggest further analysis and consideration of options
    • Secondary effect of slow thermal shield warm-up
    • Actual volumes including distribution system
    • Real practical venting pressures
    • Required valves and control for inventory management
    • Etc. . . . This is just a quick look.

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