Session 7 - Accelerators and non LHC Experiment Areas Consolidation up to LS3
- Michael Benedikt
- Florian Sonnemann
Session 7 [Chairs: Michael Benedikt, Florian Sonnemann]
9/25/14, 9:00 AM
The consolidation requests for Linacs 2 and 3 will be summarised and prioritised, as well as the requests for the transfer line between Linac2 and the PSB which will be reused for Linac4 beams in the future.
9/25/14, 9:20 AM
Accelerators and non-LHC Experiment Areas Consolidation up to LS3
The consolidation activities proposed for the PSB and PS until the end of LS2 will be revised. Particular attention is given to the activities with direct impact on machine operation and machine performances. The analysis on the interventions and priorities proposed will be done by system (e.g. injection, extraction, RF, beam instrumentation, etc..) , with the goal of verifying that the...
9/25/14, 10:00 AM
As a major part of the LHC injector chain and with its own dedicated physics program it is essential that the SPS remains capable of reliably providing high quality beams. This presentation will give an overview of the consolidation plans concerning the SPS and its transfer lines as provided by each of the equipment groups to the IEFC committee. The overview will be presented from a...
9/25/14, 11:10 AM
As the AD programme now faces a renewed lease of life following the start of the ELENA project, it is essential to ensure best possible reliability and performance for the next 20 years or so. The AD machine, which was started in 1999, is based on the Antiproton Collector (AC) ring of the Antiproton Accumulator Complex (AAC) which in turn was constructed in the mid-80:ies. Since most of the...
9/25/14, 11:40 AM
The PS East Area (EA) and the SPS North Area (NA) are world-wide unique facilities of CERN that provide secondary beams to NUMEROUS different EXPERIMENTS every year, doing reserach covering fundamental particle physics, detector prototype testing for LHC, space experiments and medical applications. They represent a core activity of the laboratory and besides LHC, the purpose of the continuous...
9/25/14, 12:10 PM
The ISOLDE Facility resumed operation in July 2014 providing low energy radioactive ion beams (RIB) to a physics community of over 500 collaborators. While progress continues on the upgrade of the REX-ISOLDE post-accelerator within the HIE-ISOLDE project, assuring the production of RIB for an approved and demanding physics program will require extensive maintenance of the existing facility....