Start up run plan
- Most recent RC status update: HALOG 332914 [Monday 09-27-2010 11:15am]
- 1 Beam no LHRS, no solid target, no cryo target
- 2 Beam with no LHRS, no cryo target but solid target
- 3 Beam without any cryo and with some cryo to LHRS and Moeller
Beam no LHRS, no solid target, no cryo target
We will start with a 5 passes beam. The tasks below appear roughly in order of priority, one assumes that we have solid targets in place.
Getting beam threaded down to the dump for the first time
Beam quality optimization study
Goal: optimize beam quality to limit noise in calorimeter, once shoot for something like 100 Hz in the detector per uA of beam.
Need: working Compton photon detector with appropriate HV and threshold settings, working Compton DAQ that can provide scaler data to the appropriate EPICS channel
Contact: Eric Fuchey for Compton, Yves Roblin (MCC) support for beam manipulation (Note: Jay is focused on Qweak optics)
Goal: check response of the BPMs to know motion of the beam
Need: Harps working, BPMs reading at least through EPICS, 5uA beam
Method: For each of the following approximative beam position, record beam position with the BPMS and with the harps. Beam position : (0,0), (0,2), (0,-2), (2,0), (-2,0)
Contact: J. Roche.
Goal: calibrate BCM readings between 0 and 20 uA, with special care to readings between 2 and 7 uA
Need: BCMs reading in a coda file, any DAQ setting will do
Method: MCC procedure (MCC-PR-04-008) []
BCM log file is documented in d2m wiki []
Key for BcmLog files
Column headings for BCM log file (from Vince via Kalyan):
* Entry #
* BCM 1 voltage (upstream BCM)
* BCM 2 voltage (downstream BCM)
* Unser (not used)
* Faraday Cup (if extracted = 0)
* 0L02 (injector reading)
* 0R07 (not used)
Contact: J. Roche
Raster size calibration
Goal: to check the raster size against effective readout.
Need: BPM calibration, 5uA, BPM readings in a coda file to be able to run spot++ (Need to define DAQ setting : T8 ??)
Method: vary the size of the raster, take one run for each of the following MCC unit raster size (3*2), (7*5), (10*8), produce spot++ image at each setting. Those settings are taken off that page []
Contact: J. Roche
Goal: to know the beam energy to 10-4
Need:the ninth dipole to work
Method:MCC procedure MCC-PR-04-006 []
Contact: A. Saha
Not sure what to put here... Can we do things with the 5-pass beam?
Contact: C. Hyde??
Cavity monitors checkout
Again not sure what goes there...
- John Musson, Bob Michaels, Zafar Ahmed (PREx) know the system
- at minimum, we need to make sure that the amplifier settings are such that the the system can safely take beam
Beam with no LHRS, no cryo target but solid target
Luminosity detector check out
Goal: check that the lumi detector scaler readings make sense eg: rates versus beam current
Need: carbon target and beam varying between 0 and 20 uA
Method: take short runs with various beam intensity
Contact: K. Allada
Center beam on target
Goal: get the beam to hit the center of the holed carbon foil
Need: BPMs reading at least through EPICS, single rates in the calo??
Method:Insert Beo target, shoot 5uA and center un-rastered beam on the center of the Beo target. Insert holed Carbon target, turn on ratser, take a run with single in the calo ??
Contact: C. Munoz Camacho
Establish maximum luminosity sustainable by calo
Goal: to define luminosity at which we are getting too many pile-up in the ARS (not ideal on the carbon target...
Contact: C. Munoz Camacho
Elastic counts in the Calorimeter
Goal: exercise our reading of the calo
Need: solid Carbon target, ARS readout, to define the calo angle, distance to target
Method: ?? Contact: C. Munoz Camacho
Beam without any cryo and with some cryo to LHRS and Moeller
Need: some cryo to cool down the solenoid
Method:Note that the beam will need to bypass the Compton chicane for the Moller setup. It may be most efficient to do this beam tune before running the beam optimization study through the Compton chicane.
Contact: J. Zhang, Sasha Glamazdin
Jack Segal says that the LHRS power supplies have seen major repairs over the down and will require re-commissioning once the magnets are cold and can handle full current. He's estimating 2--3 day shifts (which includes some time for dealing with problems that may come up).