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== Meeting General Agenda ==
 
== Meeting General Agenda ==
<span style="color:red"> Oct 22nd 2014 meeting </span>  
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<span style="color:red"> Oct 23rd 2014 meeting </span>  
 
# Report relevant updates from 7:50 and 8:00 daily MCC meetings:  
 
# Report relevant updates from 7:50 and 8:00 daily MCC meetings:  
#*Accelerator schedule:  <span style="color:red"> The Hall may be locked today (Oct 22nd) in late afternoon/evening </span> Pulse beam delivery will follow. CW beam delivery is expected at the end of Thursday at best. Photon beam commissioning could start on Friday 24th at 8am.
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#*Accelerator schedule:  <span style="color:red"> Today, accelerator will study beam optics to optimize our beam delivery. The Hall will be open today. CW beam delivery is expected at the end of Friday at best. Photon beam commissioning could start on Saturday 24th at 8am.
 
#* [https://cebaf.jlab.org/files/ops/accboard/ Link to accelerator short term schedule]
 
#* [https://cebaf.jlab.org/files/ops/accboard/ Link to accelerator short term schedule]
 
# Report on Work in the Hall:
 
# Report on Work in the Hall:
 
#* The upstream platform is now a hearing protection area. Hall D is a radiation aread. OSL need to be worn everywhere in Hall D.
 
#* The upstream platform is now a hearing protection area. Hall D is a radiation aread. OSL need to be worn everywhere in Hall D.
# [https://accweb.acc.jlab.org/hco/reports/overall-status?destinationId=9&systemId=&regionId=29&groupId= Hot Check OUT Status]  <span style="color:green"> 99% ready </span>; <span style="color:#BABC3A">00% checked </span>; <span style="color:red">01% not ready  </span>
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# <strike> [https://accweb.acc.jlab.org/hco/reports/overall-status?destinationId=9&systemId=&regionId=29&groupId= Hot Check OUT Status]  <span style="color:green"> 100% ready </span>; <span style="color:#BABC3A">00% checked </span>; <span style="color:red">00% not ready  </span></strike>
 
# Commissioning readiness
 
# Commissioning readiness
 
#* [https://hdops.jlab.org/wiki/index.php/Tune_Electron_Beam e- beam readiness]
 
#* [https://hdops.jlab.org/wiki/index.php/Tune_Electron_Beam e- beam readiness]

Revision as of 10:32, 23 October 2014

General information

Daily Meetings, 8:45am, Hall D conference room. Held by the Run Coordinator. Present Run Coordinator: Alexandre Deur

Connect Information

To connect from the outside by phone please do the following

1.) To join via a Web Browser, go to the page [1] https://bluejeans.com/660743227.

2.) To join via Polycom room system go to the IP Address: 199.48.152.152 (bjn.vc) and enter the meeting ID: 660743227.

3.) To join via phone, use one of the following numbers and the Conference ID: 660743227.

4.) The moderator code is 8394

Dial Either +1 408 740 7256 or +1 888 240 2560 for US or Canada

4.) More information on connecting to bluejeans is available. The old ESNET and SeeVough Information is archived here.

Specific instructions for connecting from JLab's Hall D conference room:

  • Turn polycon on if necessary (do it before turning the computer on)
  • With the polycon, place a call at 199.48.152.152
  • Press # to enable the polycom keypad, then enter the meeting id: 660743227 and #
  • You may have to unmute the microphone: #*4
  • Turn the computer on if needed

Meeting General Agenda

Oct 23rd 2014 meeting

  1. Report relevant updates from 7:50 and 8:00 daily MCC meetings:
    • Accelerator schedule: Today, accelerator will study beam optics to optimize our beam delivery. The Hall will be open today. CW beam delivery is expected at the end of Friday at best. Photon beam commissioning could start on Saturday 24th at 8am.
    • Link to accelerator short term schedule
  2. Report on Work in the Hall:
    • The upstream platform is now a hearing protection area. Hall D is a radiation aread. OSL need to be worn everywhere in Hall D.
  3. Hot Check OUT Status 100% ready ; 00% checked ; 00% not ready
  4. Commissioning readiness
  5. Installation punch list (items in red: must by Oct 15th ; Blue: Done by 2nd Fall run; Green: Nice to have it
    • Pair converter
      • The wire is installed. Tom measured the wire diameter without insulation to be 200 microns.
      • Chamber is closed and under vacuum, leak-checked and ready to go.
    • Pair spectrometer detector - Positioned on the stand. Survey is done.
    • Profile monitors -
      • The two profilers are now installed and surveyed.
    • Active collimator -
      • Cables are terminated and in the Hall. All hardware work is completed.
    • Target/Start Counter
      • The light leaks of the SC are largely fixed. SC is mounted back.
    • Tagger shielding - Wall (final labyrinth configuration) is completed and both small walls are done. Work on iron shielding near the photon photon dump is done.
    • Pair Spectrometer Magnet remote control - Control is now working.
    • Pair Spectrometer Magnet Field readout Done
    • Survey:
      • FDC
      • Collimator
      • Pair Spectrometer detector: finishing today.
      • Upstream Profiler in collimator cave.
      • Start counter: Survey should be done by the end of the day.
      • FCal: Still working on it. Should be completed today
      • CDC: Should be completed (confirmation?).
      • Microscope
      • Beam pipe section
    • Vacuum - Done.
    • Amorphous Radiators - FSD done and tested.
    • Halo Counters - All are installed. The 8 in the Hall are successfully readout. The 7 in the tagger Hall are not readout and won't be available for the first part of the commissioning.
    • Microscope - Microscope is in its correct position.
    • Tagger crates - Now removed from the Hall.
    • Hodoscope checks - Detectors and electronics were tested. 9 out of 170 counters have problems (1 not responsive, 8 with cabling problems) . Franz took them back to Catholic Univ. to fix them.
    • Radiation monitors - Gamma and neutron probes ready. Ion Chambers installed. Witness SiPM will be installed today.
    • 2nd sweep magnet. (2nd collimator aperture) Working (tested at 100A. Nominal current: 197A). Not required for Fall run. </span>
  6. Specific safety notice (from Tom/Tim/Mark):