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2002 November 16



CLS PROJECT STATUS

M.S. de Jong

Project Leader






November 16, 2002

Annual Users’ Meeting

2002 November 16

E
-
gun &

Linac

Transfer Line &
Booster ring

Storage ring

Beamline &

End Station

Synchrotron Facility

2002 November 16

Sector (1 of 12)


Beamlines on a single CLS sector


Two bending magnet lines


One or more ID lines


Use of chicanes to get 2 undulator lines per straight


Needed to meet demand for insertion device beamlines

2002 November 16

Injector Status


Linac and transfer line to Booster


Modifications for 1 Hz operation complete


Continuing to improve control system and
diagnotics


Booster (“Turn
-
key” system from Danfysik)


Commissioning of technical systems started in
June and were completed in August (more detail
in Les Dallin’s talk)


Formal acceptance of Booster completed by
mid
-
September


Booster now shut down until needed for Storage
ring commissioning

2002 November 16

Storage Ring Status
-

1


Major Sub
-
systems:


Dipole magnets

(Tesla)
-

delivered


Quadrupole and Sextupole magnets

(Sigma
-
Phi)


first set delivered, rest by year
-
end 2002


Corrector magnets

(Budker Institute)


delivered by
year
-
end 2002


Kicker magnets

(Danfysik)


delivered by mid
-
February
2003


DC Power supplies

(IE Power)


50% delivered,
remained by year
-
end 2002


RF amplifier

(Thales)


commissioning at CLS


LHe plant

(Linde)


operating at CLS


RF cavity

(ACCEL)


delivery by year
-
end


Vacuum chambers

(FMB)


8 sectors delivered,
remainder by year
-
end


Supports and girders

(Saskatoon)
-

delivered

2002 November 16

Storage Ring Status
-

2


Installation


Water cooling and support pillar installation started in
November


Install one sector by mid
-
December 2002


Install remaining sectors by end of February 2003


Commissioning of sub
-
systems will be done in parallel,
so far as possible


Target
: first injected beam in March 2003


Commissioning


Beam tests in evenings and week
-
ends


Main building must be evacuated until commissioning
radiation surveys confirm design radiation levels


3
-
week on / 3
-
week off schedule likely


Target
: light for first beamlines by mid
-
summer 2003

2002 November 16

IT Infrastructure


Phase I of IT infrastructure complete


Dual Cisco 6509 switches (1Gb
→10Gb)


Voice
-
over
-
IP telephones


Redundant multi
-
mode and single
-
mode fibre network
throughout facility


Direct fibre connection available for each beamline


Virtual LANs for office, controls, users, beamlines, etc.


Phase II implementation started:


1
-
3 Terabyte Storage Area Network


Improved user connectivity to external Internet and
CA4.net


Possible upgrading of local computational resources

2002 November 16

Beamlines: IR


High
-
resolution Far
-
IR Spectroscopy


Quotations received on spectrometer


RFPs for design
-
build of UHV and HV portions of optical
system out by mid
-
December


Hutch construction started


~13% of budget committed by 2002 Oct 31


Start commissioning: ~ September, 2003


Mid
-
IR Microscopy


Quotations due on spectrometer


RFPs for design
-
build of UHV and HV portions of optical
system out by mid
-
December


Hutch construction started


~25% of budget committed by 2002 Oct 31


Start commissioning: ~ October, 2003

2002 November 16

Beamlines: PGM & SGM


VLS Plane Grating Monochromator


All major components ordered


Delivery of most components by 2003 June, except for
Fixed
-
aperture High
-
Heat
-
Load most (2003 October)


185mm PPM undulator ready by 2003 June


ID vacuum chambers (APS) to be delivered in 2003 July


~70% of budget committed by 2002 October 31


High
-
resolution Spherical Grating Monochromator


Same as above for most components


Shipment of existing SGM components from Madison at
the end of summer 2003


45 mm PPM undulator ready by mid
-
summer 2003


~80% of budget committed by 2002 October 31

2002 November 16

Beamline: Spectromicroscopy


Soft X
-
ray Spectromicroscopy


Mirrors, gratings and monochromator ordered


Mirror manipulator tenders under evaluation


Started design specification of microscopy end
-
station


ID vacuum chambers (APS) to be delivered in 2003 July


All beamline components, including EPU (Elliptically
Polarized Undulator), should be available by 2003 fall


ID straight designed to accommodate a second
chicaned EPU


~40% of budget committed by 2002 October 31





2002 November 16

Beamline: CMCF
-
I


Canadian Macromolecular Crystallography Facility


Mirrors and beamline components ordered, with delivery
scheduled for 2003 September


Work continues on white beam transport line and
endstation specifications


Started work on specification of control and IT
requirements


Magnets ordered for Small
-
gap Undulator (SGU), work
continues on specification of vacuum chamber


Beamline completion planned by 2003 Fall, but SGU
might not be ready until early 2004


~40% of budget committed by 2002 October 31



2002 November 16

Beamline: Micro
-
XAFS


Hard X
-
ray XAFS / Micro
-
probe


Micro
-
probe capability (~2
μ
m resolution) and some
powder diffraction capability added to design


Uses 31 mm multi
-
pole superconducting wiggler


Preliminary Design Report under review now


RFP for beamline and wiggler design
-
build expected to
be issued by year end


Some risk that delivery completion will not be possible
before early 2004


~7% of budget committed by 2002 October 31




2002 November 16

SUMMARY


Injection System Operational


Storage Ring installation has started


First injected beam in early spring 2003


First light for beamlines in mid
-
summer 2003


Five beamlines ready for light by fall 2003


Two IR lines


Three soft X
-
ray lines


CMCF line ready by fall 2003, except for ID may
be delayed until early 2004


Micro
-
XAFS line ready in early 2004