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ATS-STA SOW SR Pulsed Septum Magnets

Mariusz Juchno

Release Date: Jul 13 2021 2:22:52 PM PDT

Document Number: AL-1426-0198 Revision: B

Document Status: Released
Document Type: REQUIREMENT
Category Code: AL7410
ALS-U - ACCUMULATOR TO STORAGE RING TRANSFER LINE
MAGNETS - GENERAL
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Table of Contents

Revision History 4

Approvals 4

Abbreviations and Acronyms 4

Introduction 5

Project Overview 5

Description of Items 5

Roles and Responsibilities 6

2 Scope of Work 7

Item 1: SR Thin Septum Magnet (SSN) Prototype 7

Items 2 and 3: SR Pulsed Septum System (SSN and SSK) Production Units 8

3 Deliverables 8

Final prototype/magnet system design 8

Production 9

Final documentation package 9

4 Management 10

Reporting/Communication requirements 10

4.2 Documentation requirements 10

4.3 Reviews 11

4.3.1

Preliminary Design Review 11

4.3.2

Final Design Review 11

4.4 Hold points 12

5 Engineering 13

General engineering requirements 13

5.1.1

SR septum system components, interfaces and scope 13

5.1.2

Support structure 15

5.1.3

Vacuum system design 15

5.1.4

Pulser Electronics and Control System 15

6 Fabrication 16

7 Shipping, Handling, and Storage 16

Packaging 16

Shipping and/or Storage Specifications 16

7.3 Monitoring Equipment 16

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8 Quality Assurance 17

8.1 Quality reporting requirements 17

8.1.1

Subcontractor Quality program 17

8.1.2

Deviation requests 17

8.1.3

Nonconformance reports 17

Factory Inspection and Test Plan 17

ACL upon receipt at LBL 18

9 Applicable Documents 18

10 References 18

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REVISION HISTORY

Rev. B

CM Number

Description of Change
Baseline
Updated Rack and Control System requirements

APPROVALS

The following individual(s) shall approve this document:

Approver
Ken Chow
Christoph Steier
Will Waldron
Jiani Niu
Windchill Approved / Concurred By
KPChow,CSteier,jianiniu,wlwaldron

Project Role
ALS-U Chief Engineer
ALS-U Accelerator Systems Lead
ALS-U Electrical Systems Lead
ALS-U QA Manager

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
ALS
ALS-U ATS
EPICS LBNL SAN SSN SR
University

Acceptance Criteria List
Advanced Light Source
Advanced Light Source Upgrade
Accumulator Ring
Accumulator-to-Storage Ring transfer line
Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System
Final Design Review
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Machine Protection System
Thin septum magnet for Accumulator Ring (ATS and STA)
Thick septum magnet for Storage Ring (ATS and STA)
Thick septum magnet for Storage Ring (ATS and STA)
Storage-to-Accumulator Ring transfer line
Storage Ring
The Regents of the University of California

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INTRODUCTION

1.1 Project Overview

ALS-U is an upgrade project to the LBNL Advanced Light Source (ALS). The ALS is a 1.9
GeV storage ring operating at 500 mA of beam current. It is optimized to produce intense
beams of soft x-rays, which offer spectroscopic contrast, nanometer-scale resolution, and
broad temporal sensitivity. The ALS facility includes an accelerator complex and photon
delivery system that is capable of providing the foundations for an upgrade that will
achieve world-leading soft x-ray coherent flux. The existing ALS provides a ready-made
foundation, including conventional facilities and also includes extensive beamlines (up to
40 simultaneously operating beamlines) and instrumentation, an experimental hall,
computing resources, ancillary laboratories, offices, and related infrastructure that will
be heavily utilized in an upgrade scenario.

The ALS will be upgraded with a multibend achromat (MBA) lattice design that will
provide a soft x-ray source that is orders of magnitudes brighter — an up to 100-1000
times increase in brightness and will provide a significantly higher fraction of coherent
light in the soft x-ray region than is currently available at ALS.

Any resulting Subcontract will be between the University and the party identified as the
Subcontractor and will be issued under Prime Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231
between the University and the United States Government (hereinafter “U.S.
Government”), represented by the Department of Energy (hereinafter “DOE”) for the
management and operation of LBNL and the performance of research and related work.

1.2 Description of Items

The purpose of this statement of work is to define the design, development and
production work required to provide pulsed septa magnet systems for transfer lines that
will allow the beam exchange between the new Storage Ring (SR) and a full-energy
Accumulator Ring (AR). The two new transfer lines: Accumulator-to-Storage (ATS) and
Storage-to-Accumulator (STA) will be a part of an on-axis, swap-out injection scheme.
Figure 1.1 illustrates the ALS-U transfer line region with the SR pulsed septum magnets
for ATS and STA transfer lines marked with green rectangles.
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Figure 1.1 Overview of the ALS-U transfer line region the SR pulsed septum magnets for
ATS and STA transfer lines marked with green rectangles.

Each transfer line will have two pulsed septum magnets, thin (SSN) and thick (SSK)
installed in the Storage Ring end of the line.

Table 1-1 Procurement items and pulsed septum magnet quantity

Item

Name

Qty Description

SR Thin Septum Magnet (SSN)
Prototype

ATS SR Pulsed Septum System
(SSN and SSK)

STA SR Pulsed Septum System
(SSN and SSK)

Prototype pulsed eddy-current
septum magnet compatible with
SSN magnet specification; pulser
electronics
Pulsed eddy-current septum system
composed of thin (SSN) and thick
(SSK) septum magnets; pulser
electronics for SSN and SSK
magnet; vacuum system with
interface to the support structure;
system compatible with ATS
transfer line configuration
Pulsed eddy-current septum system
composed of thin (SSN) and thick
(SSK) septum magnets; pulser
electronics for SSN and SSK
magnet; vacuum system with
interface to the support structure;
system compatible with STA
transfer line configuration

1.3 Roles and Responsibilities
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Two individuals will be identified in the awarded contract: a University Procurement
Specialist and a University Technical Representative. The named university personnel
are responsible for the contract administration from award initiation through the
receipt and acceptance of the purchased item.

University Procurement Representative – See subcontract for details.

University Technical Representative – See subcontract for details.

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