Friday October 22
Bo Low Beta Separators HLS Installation - 50% complete
D0 Low Beta Separators HLS Installation - 25% complete
A0 Vacuum Upgrade - 99% complete
IPM installation - 70% complete. The Crystal Collimator has been installed
D4 Spool Replacement - 80%
D17 Separator Installation - 90% complete
D17 Separator Bake - Starts 10/22/04
D11 Separator Bake - Next week
Shimming 412 Dipoles - 82% complete
Unrolling Magnet - 80% complete
D0 Separator unroll - 100% complete
B0 Separator unroll - 0% complete
The Linac began sending beam to its dump at 1:10 PM on Wednesday, October 13, 2004.
There's some Booster vacuum problems slowing the start up, but there should be Booster beam by the afternoon of 10/22/04.
Debuncher Injection Area Beampipe and Quadrupole (Quad) replacement - Checkout in progress. Work on the last four D40 quads are in progress. Septum magnet pulse tested at full current, but need to be opened. The beam pipe is almost ready. The kicker beam pipe coating in progress.
Debuncher Motorized Quads Installation - ~90% complete
ARF1-1 Installation - 100% complete.
SO Cord Remediation - Parts of AP50 work in progress. Completion in two to three weeks
D/A Lines - alignment analysis in progress, cooling system measurements in progress, visual inspections after "as founds"
Beam Lines - Work in progress: AP1 magnet moves new VT108 & reconfigure vacuum windows, AP2 upstream vacuum will accessing beam stop
Other Work - Target Station, Alignment, LCW, and LLRF - all work on track
Overall shut down progress - 80% complete
Q307-309 Vacuum Modifications- 30% complete
MI-30 & 62
Q303-305 Vacuum Modifications - 100% complete
Correction Magnet Replacement - overall ~ 90% complete
Electron Cooling overall - 58% complete
Cooling Tank Repairs - ~85% complete
Horn Replacement - 100% complete,
Power supply testing occurring during the evening. The horn may begin testing next week.
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