Program for the Target Meeting on Dec. 2nd (may be 3rd)



The goal of the meeting is to establish the present understanding of a possible target station for a Neutrino source. The basis for the Target station should be a solid target with a primary proton beam power of 1.0-1.5 MW. The preferred target material is carbon, but this should be discussed again.

The target station layout should allow the ultimate beam power being discussed in the present layout (see Muon Collider report) which is four Megawatt. The infrastructure, shielding etc should be designed for this beam power on target as well.

A further goal is to bring the required people together at least once before we go into the final phase of designing. This means people designing the collection magnet, the target itself, the optics for the incoming and outgoing proton beam and the experts in different fields therein.

I believe, that we have a good chance of finishing the meeting Thursday, if not Friday morning is still available.

Agenda:

 

Speaker

Time

Subject

Norbert Holtkamp

9:00-9:30

Parameters and Introduction to the Fermi lab Feasibility Study

Nikolai Mokhov

9:30-10:00

Target Calculations and Radiation levels.

coffee break

10:00-10:15

 

ORNL

10:15-11:00

Target Station layout and specifics for the Neutrino Source Target

John Miller (or repl.)

11:00-11:30

SC / NC magnets in the target station. Magnetic field requirement.

General Discussion

11:30-12:15

 

 

 

 

Sam Childress

1:30-2:15

NuMI Target and experience + extrapolation to Neutrino Source

Sam Childress+ all

2:15-2:45

Cooling for the Target (Radiation Cooling or not)

Tom Kobilarcik

2:45-3:30

Proton Beam Optics in +out

Directors Coffee

3:30-4:00

 

John Miller, Al Zeller, Nicolai Mokhov

4:00-4:30

Radiation Damage and Handling

 

 

 

Everybody

4:30-5:30

To Do List. Who does what. Schedule. Information Exchange. Who needs what from whom….

Everybody

6:30-…..

Dinner (self pay)