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Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

Steve Virostek

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

RFCC Module Preliminary Design Review


June 4, 2008

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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2

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Topic Summary


Module shipping logistics


Delivery to RAL


Module re
-
assembly at RAL


Installation in MICE Hall


Module interfaces


Flanges and seals


Base mounting


RF feeds


Utility requirements

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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3

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Module Shipping Logistics


Cavities, couplers, coolers
&

pumps removed


Vacuum vessel/magnet mounted on short stand


Short stand also used during assembly


Coupling coil magnet shipped warm without
cryocoolers in place


Cavities and couplers will be packaged
separately to prevent damage


Vacuum vessel and cavities are to be blanked off
and backfilled with N
2

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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4

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

RFCC Module Shipping Configuration

Module short stand used for:


Initial module assembly


Shipping to RAL


Moving into MICE Hall



Cryocoolers removed




Cavities removed




Couplers removed


Vacuum pumps removed

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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5

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Delivery to RAL


Module arrives on short stand without cavities,
coolers or couplers installed


MICE Hall door height: 3360 mm


Module height on short stand: 2844 mm


Height is without cryocoolers installed


Roller dollies w/forklift used to move into hall

~100 mm tall

Roller dollies

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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6

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

MICE Hall Access

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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7

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008


Unpack cavities, couplers, coolers, pumps


Operating stand placed on lateral tracks


Vacuum vessel/coupling coil is loaded onto operating
stand for final assembly


Portable clean room erected around module


Cavities are installed using special lift fixture


Couplers and tuner actuators are installed after
cavity is aligned and supported w/struts


Vacuum pumps are added to complete module


Final alignment performed before translation

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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8

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Support stand
in place on rail
platform

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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9

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Empty module
lifted over
support

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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10

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Module lowered
onto support

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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11

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Support stand
gussets added

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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12

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Support stand
gussets added

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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13

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Cryocooler(s)
installed

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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14

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Cryocooler(s)
installed

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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15

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

RF cavities
installed from
either end

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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16

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Module with all
four cavities
installed

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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17

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Cavity tuner
actuators added

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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18

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Cavity tuner
actuators added

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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19

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Module vacuum
pumps installed

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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20

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

Module vacuum
pumps installed

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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21

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

RF couplers
installed

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

Page
22

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Re
-
assembly of Module at RAL

RF couplers
installed

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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23

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Installation in MICE Hall


Module assembled on lateral tracks


Module aligned and shimmed to correct height


Bellows on either end of module are pulled
back into open position and O
-
ring in place


Moved into position w/rails for final alignment


Bellows are released and flanges are sealed


Bellows are locked out using bridging bolts


RF and utilities are connected to module

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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24

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Module Flange Connection

End flange
O
-
ring seal

Formed
bellows

Flange
through
holes

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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25

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Flanges and Seals


Flanges designed to mate with AFC module


AFC flanges are flat w/no grooves or bellows


RFCC modules have bellows and O
-
ring grooves
on flanges at either end


Bellows have >1 cm of total travel


Bellows are locked out after installation to
provide a means of transmitting forces
between modules

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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26

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

RFCC Bellows and Flange

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module


Summary of the Design and Fabrication Plan

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26

Allan DeMello
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Elastomer or
Helicoflex all
-
metal O
-
ring

Clamping
bolts

Bellows pull
back bolts

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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27

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module


Summary of the Design and Fabrication Plan

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27

Allan DeMello
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Module Joint Sealing Issues


MICE module joints may need somewhat frequent
disassembly (reconfiguring, maintenance, repair)


O
-
rings will provide the most reliable and cost
effective (inexpensive and re
-
useable) solution


O
-
rings are acceptable for use in MICE environment


But, MICE should demonstrate all technologies for a
future machine including the use of metal seals


The O
-
ring groove is design to accept a Helicoflex
all
-
metal O
-
ring for demonstration purposes

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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28

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008


Module Base Mounting


Module base connection to rails identical to that
used on the Spectrometer Solenoid


Six mounting plates are welded to the base of
the module support stand


Precise geometry and location of the mounting
plates to be coordinated w/RAL during CM21


All magnetic loads are carried to the floor
through the mounting plates

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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29

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Module Mounting Provision


Six mounting plates to be
welded to the support stand
base for installation on rails


Similar to spectrometer
solenoid mounting scheme

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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30

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Cavity RF Feeds


Eight RF feeds/module use
standard 4” RF coax


Cooling water for loop is
required (<<1 lpm each)


Adapter on end of couplers
isolates ceramic RF
windows from forces during
installation


Location of coax interface
w.r.t. module center TBD


RF feeds

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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31

Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008


Module Utility Requirements


Cryomech Model PT
-
415 cryocoolers (2 or 4 each total)


50 Hz AC: 10.5 kW @ 200/220 or 380/420 V, 3 phase


Cooling: minimum 12 lpm of water @ 80ºF max


300 A Power Supplies


American Magnetics (2 ea total)


50
-
60 Hz AC: 3.5 kW @ 208 V, 3

, 景rced a楲 coo汥d, rack m湴.


Vacuum: 10
-
3

torr @ startup thru a 25 mm flanged port


Cavity cooling water: ~8 lpm/per cavity


Power for periodic getter pump regeneration (TBD)


Liquid cryogens: LN
2

and LHe for cooldown (qty TBD)


Instrumentation monitoring requirements


Various voltages, temperature, He level, heaters, pressure, vac.

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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Steve Virostek
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Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008


Cryocooler Compressor


Dimensions:



61x58x97 (LxWxH, cm)



On ~7 cm


w桥els


Weight:



223 kg


He flex line length:



20 meters


Lifting eyes:



4 ea on top (one/corner)


6 meters min. to magnets

MICE RF and Coupling Coil Module PDR


Shipping, Installation and Interfaces

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Steve Virostek
-

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
-

June 4, 2008

Summary


Module to be shipped w/sensitive components
removed and packaged separately


Short shipping stand provides comfortable
clearance through MICE Hall door


Module re
-
assembly at RAL will require a
portable clean room


Installation in MICE Hall


Module interfaces to be finalized soon


Flanges and seals, base mounting, RF feeds


Utility requirements have been established