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G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 1 Stato del sistema Mu di LHCb
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 2 3-GEM MUON SYSTEM OVERVIEW Total: 1368 MWPC + 24 3-GEM + Spares Completed Ongoing June ‘05April ‘05April ‘06June ‘06 October ‘06 Planned end date
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 3 MWPC Production overview CERN, LNF, PNPI_1 sites now in production (3 out of 6). FE and FI starting up. Chambers produced : CERN M3R1 14(100%) M3R2 3 LNF M3R358(100%) PNPI 1 M3R448(~ 24%) Total123( ~ 8.5%) CERN and LNF have achieved the nominal rates (1 and 2.5 ch/week) as peak values. 2 ch/week seems to be the average sustainable rate for LNF PNPI_1 rate is increasing: 29 June-23 July 12 ch or 3 ch/week. Should reach 4-5 ch/week in September
4 Panel production in Teramo (sept 04) 1200 panels produced (over 5700 planned) – Stop of the production in August (still at 50% of FR4 sheets delivered by ELTOS) PNPI : M3R4-M2R4 under production LNF : production of M5R3 started CERN : waiting for M2R2-M2R1 PZ-FE – FI : in stand-by (enough already done) Problems Quality tests at the company improved Still some problems with the new molds – Erratic quality - may be due to increased thickness of FR4 sheets (0.8 up to 0.95 mm, although still in acceptance) - under investigation Production yield: 95% (60 rejects) LNF team (Alvaro & co.) continuing to check the planarity of all panels ROME2 panel-o-meter with new measuring technique: work in progress
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 5 Delays in MWPC production and actions The estimated delay today is about 6 months (estimated from 10% milestone) The estimated delay makes impossible to have all the chambers ready by end of 2005 (this was also clear one year ago). Moreover, it seems risky to assume that the planned rates (1, 2.5 or 5 ch/week) can be maintained for long periods. Actions done reshuffle the production among the centers move some chambers (R1 of M4 and M5) from Ferrara to CERN inject more manpower at CERN to increase its capacity from 1 to 2 ch/week A new schedule was produced with these assumptions and an average production capacity 80% of the nominal one (i.e. 2 and 4 ch/week) For the M1 chambers (2 gaps) and the small ones (R1 and R2) we assume 3 ch/week However, installation will have to be prolonged into 2006
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 7 MWPC Sharing (After reshuffling. See detailed table at the end) PNPI600 chambers (R4) LNF248 chambers (R3 and M1R4) FE246 chambers (R2, R3 and M1R4) FI218 chambers (R4 and M1R4) CERN134 chambers Total 1446 (with ~ 6% spares) CERN took over 54 more chambers: 26 M1R2 and 28 M4/M5 R1 INFN decreased by 28 (M4/M5 R1)
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 8 CERN Production Total: 134 chambers (with spares)
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 9 LNF Production Total: 248 chambers (with spares) 4 months Jun 06
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 10 Total: 350 chambers (with spares) PNPI 1 Production
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 11 Problems during production Delays in delivery from industries Externally manufactured parts outside specifications (e.g. panels, bars) Gluing problems (connected with panel cleaning, Kapton on bars) Accidents, repairs etc. Logistics Some of these problems are probably linked to the transition from pre-production phase to the mass-production phase: e.g. two qualities of gold coating (chemical vs. electrolytic) LNF (and to less extent CERN and PNPI) experience has proven that these sites were correctly dimensioned and equipped for the planned production rate. The logistics with PNPI should now be under control. Last shipment (this month) contained the panels for 75 chambers (mostly M3R4 and some M2R4) the tooling for equipping PNPI_2 (which should start operating in December) This is going according to the plans made 2 months ago.
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 12 Ferrara, Potenza and Firenze sites Ferrara and Firenze suffered from a relocation of the laboratories and workshops to new buildings (administrative issues etc.). This delayed the setting up of the labs of several months w.r.t. the original schedule (startup of production delayed of ~ 8 months in both labs) Moreover, the commissioning of the tooling and the startup of the production seems to demand a quite long training period. Since their production procedure is different from the other sites (wiring and soldering is done on the same machine) their capability to reach 2.5 ch/week cannot be extrapolated from present experience. Luckily, the report of the Referees of the Ferrara PRR did not point out fundamental problems in the production process. The Source Table for Ferrara (built in Roma2) is well advanced. The mechanics is delivered and the motors, the source container etc. should arrive by end of September. Hope to have it installed in Ferrara before the end of the year.
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 13 Ferrara, Potenza and Firenze sites Ferrara had the PRR on June 8. The outcome was basically positive, with some remarks. Since then they had lot of problems from bad gluing of panels to bars, which only recently seem to be solved. (Ferrara panels are glued in Potenza.) Bad gluing caused serious gas leaks on the first 7 chambers built. The problem was due to inadequate cleaning of panels. Unfortunately the first batch of gold-plated panels was not the same as in LNF (chemical vs. electrolytic) so they needed different procedures Cleaning now understood (Potenza worked a lot on it) Last chambers are gas tight and hold HV The first chamber was tested recently in LNF and looks OK. Other 5 ready to test The Potenza gluing laboratory is now equipped with two tables as Firenze (LNF has three)
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 14 “channel” inside glue Detached HV bar Effect of improper cleaning
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 15 Firenze PRR Firenze had the PRR on September 8. The referees congratulated the lab for the effort made to bring the site from scratch to production in one year only. 3 chambers built since end July 1st chamber unsatisfactory (not uniform) 2nd and 3rd chambers OK but some problems still present They are now fine-tuning the tools. Plan to resume production end September L1L1 L2L2 L4L4 L3L3 One problem: Wire tension too low (calibration)
Michela LenziSeptember 8, 2004 FI Chamber 2: gamma source test (LNF) Test made @ LNF Many thanks to M. Anelli ! HV: 2.75 kV. Expected current: 200 nA Gap A is uniform and the gain is correct Gap B is not uniform and the gain is too low Gap C is not uniform and the gain is too high Gap D is uniform & the gain is correct (except a few pads)
19 Muon Filter Construction Status: The chariots for the filter support have been fitted with rollers, and the filter is now in construction We should meet the December milestone despite the one-month delay in startup
20 Muon System - Infrastructure Status of supports: Supports for M2-M5: Detailed FEA calculations have been carried out for the general support structure for both the static and dynamic case, which lead to some improvements in the design but more expensive! Design review October, tender to be launched after (we have a good candidate) Chamber for support walls under LNF responsibility: commission for tender has been appointed.
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 21 Beam test at GIF of a final M3R3 (LNF) fully equipped with final electronics 12 CARDIAC boards (CARIOCA+DIALOG): 192 physical ch 96 output logical ch; 2 I 2 C long chains and 1 service board controlled via OPC CANBUS by a PVSS program developed in Roma 1 Study of efficiency and time properties as a function of the HV in different rate conditions The CARDIAC didn’t shown any strange behavior up to 1.2 MHz/channel (higher than the highest rate/channel expected in LHCb) The control system of the electronics chain worked well. For the first time we also took same data with a threshold of 5 fC. 4-gap: 99% eff. @ 2550 V 2-gap: 99% eff. @ 2650 V Also final M3R1 (CERN) tested successfully cardiac
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 22 Milestones 2004 camere Mu 1.30.06.2004Costruzione prototipi mancanti a)R3OK (LNF, FE) b)R4OK (FI) c)R1R2M4M5(rimandata in parte, no R1) d)M1(rimandata) 2.30.06.200410% delle camere adesso 8% 3.30.09.2004Supporto rivelatore. Partenza gara. OK 126.96.36.19942 c/sett a Firenze: possibile 188.8.131.5242/12 GEM prob. fine anno 184.108.40.2064Test prototipi mancanti: vedi sopra 220.127.116.11430% delle camere 18% 2005 1.15.04.2005Test camere con conf. elettronica finale 2.30.06.200540% camere: possibile 3.30.09.2005Prototipo “0” M1 provato in schedula 18.104.22.168570% camere: possibile 5.30.06.200560% GEM 22.214.171.1245100% GEM
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 23 Conclusions Initial delays do not appear to be recoverable. Corrective actions are being adopted: reshuffle production allocate extra resources to CERN site This allows to keep the initial delays constant even with the reduced (80%) production capacity of several sites. If everything goes OK, the 50% milestone will shift from February to August-September 2005 (6-7 months). We will see before the end of this year if the scheme works. However, even if the assumptions are correct, the schedule is extremely tight and has no margin (end of production in November 2006) for 2007 runs.
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 24 STATO GEM DETECTOR 17 Maggio - approvazione gruppo I e sblocco finanziamenti SJ - disegno foglio GEM (CA-LNF) - disegno meccanica (LNF) : cornici, inserti gas pannelli in NOMEX particolari mecc.... 31 Luglio - completata fase di invio ordini meccanica - ricevimento nuovi fogli GEM 15 Settembre - up-grade FEE boards-CARIOCA-10 (CA) 30 Settembre- ricevimento materiali pre-produzione - completamento up-grade tools di produzione 15 Ottobre - consegna nuove FEE boards e test (CA) 20 Ottobre - completamento costruzione di una bi-gap (LNF) per test su fascio a fine ottobre 20 Dicembre - completamento II bi-gap (CA) Responsabilità costruttiva: 50% Cagliari e 50% LNF A CA vi è disponibilità della camera pulita usata da Alice Parte progettuale LNF: progetto meccanica, pad, catodi, distribuzione elettrica, materiale CA: progetto schede FE, disegno GEM e contatti col produttore
G. Carboni - HV system – September 2004 25 HV System HV connectors to allow daisy-chain Jumpers A preferred solution (see next slide) is now to have a Patch Panel where the grouping is done. Then each chamber is connected via a multiconductor cable (for the 4 gaps) to the PP. We can afford easily 1:6, 1:4, 1:3 and 1:2 reductions. 1:4 in M2-M5 is called Nominal Grouping In M1 and critical areas we could prefer a smaller reduction ratio. Options discussed: 1:3 R2-R4 1:3 R4, 1:2 R2-R3 1:3 R4, 1:1 R2-R3 Chamber
G. Carboni - HV system – September 2004 26 SY1527 minimum system (896 channels) With 3 modules per half station we have 84 channels This would allow for M2-M5: 1:8 on R4 (48 ch), 1:6 on R3 (16 ch) and 1:4 on R2-R3 (18 ch) On M1 we need at least 4 modules (option b)). R4 64 ch R2R3 36 ch Total100 ch The minimal system would therefore have 32 modules which can be accomodated in 4 crates. Spare channels M1: 12 M2-M5: 2 channels per half station (hospital voltage) 32 HV cards A1833B @ 6900 € (A1733B 6375 €) 4 SY1527 @ 9360 € 18% discount on cards Total: 220 k€ or 330 kCHF (307 kCHF)
G. Carboni - HV system – September 2004 27 HV modules 28-48 5 5 Patch Panel To chamber (1) Half-Station 1 2 3 4 138 Possible HV distribution scheme for half-station (138 chambers) This cable: 3.80 CHF/m 10 m long For HV mods in CR, cable is 100 m long 6-pin connector: 3.90 CHF
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 28 Adriano Lai Stato elettronica 9/04 Milestones PRR chips FCT schedule costi
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 29 Adriano Lai Production Readiness Review di CARIOCA, DIALOG, SYNC CERN, 18 giugno 2004 CARIOCA ok DIALOG ok SYNC: problemi di comunicazione sul bus I 2 C, errori di codifica del TDC. I reviewers suggeriscono di non anticipare la data del NRE run a luglio per avere piu` tempo nel finalizzare le correzioni su SYNC. Questo “ritardo” e` ampiamente riassorbito dalle ristabilite condizioni di consegna della IBM (tempi rientrati nella media).
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 30 Adriano Lai Project schedule MilestoneDatesComments CARIOCA decided Sep. 2003Achieved Nov 2003 SYNC completed Sep. 2004Achieved Sep 2004 DIALOG completed Sep. 2004Achieved April 2004 IC Eng. Run Oct. 2004Achieved September 2004 Full Chain Test Jun. 2004Achieved July 04 FE Board Start “ “ “ End Jul. 2004Started with Spark Protection Boards Dec. 2005Compatible with installation IB,SB, TB Start “ “ “ End Sep. 2004Started with Transition Boards Dec. 2005 ODE Start “ “ End Feb. 2005 Feb. 20062 months delay - Compatible with installation Milestones ufficiali elettronica Gennaio 2004 (Comprehensive Review) The decision to anticipate the NRE run was taken in February, considering the new longer turnarounds in IBM production deliveries, accepting some amount of risk on SYNC (!)
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 31 Adriano Lai Expected/needed quantities Chip sizes (mm 2 ): CARIOCA 3x4, DIALOG 4x5, SYNC 4x4 Possible RETICULE: 4 CARIOCA, 2 DIALOG, 1 SYNC 1 CARIOCAGEM (4x4). Reticule size 15.3 x 8.1 mm 2 Reticules/wafer ≈ 205 Chips per wafer: 820 CARIOCA, 410 DIALOG, 205 SYNC, 205 CARIOCAGEM CARIOCA DIALOG SYNC CARIOCAGEM Expected CARIOCACARIOCAGEMDIALOGSYNCComments NRE (min/max)1640/4920410/1230820/2460410/12302 to 6 wafers Production39360984019680984048 wafers Needed20000700100005000Assuming 80% yield
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 32 Adriano Lai Test produzione (chip) Test automatico (tutto compreso) DIALOG (12000 pezzi): ~ 30,000 € + IVA SYNC (6000 pezzi): ~ 15000 € + IVA Packaging DIALOG: ~13000 € + IVA SYNC: ~ 8000 € + IVA CARIOCA a carico di Rio…
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 33 Adriano Lai Full Chain Test (20/7/04) Full Chain Test station installed in Cagliari 1 Chamber (GIF tested) 12 CARDIAC (96 channels) 1 IB (+ TB) on custom crate 1 ODE (+ TB) on custom crate 1 SB on VME crate TTCvx and TTCvi boards on VME crate Clock generator (custom) board on VME crate Optical Receiver board (custom) on VME crate Control PC with PVSS, KVASER board and ODE control software installed on Pattern generator and Logic Analyzer (not needed during this test) The chamber was operated as an electro-mechanical structure LV on CARDIAC, no HV, no gas.
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 34 Adriano LaiTESTS DIALOG on the CARDIAC was configured using the PVSS-based programs (already SUCCESSFULLY tested at the GIF) Minor modification were necessary to complete the DIALOG setup (timing) Proper operation of the connection PC-KVASER-ELMB-CARDIAC was first checked on DIALOG scalers without using the IB
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 35 Adriano LaiTESTS Data were then checked directly at the end of the chain following 2 possible (optical) data links: 1. Trigger Link 2. DAQ link Both checks were performed every time. This was possible by reading data on a FIFO in the optical receiver board Performed tests: 1.Using the pulse functionality on SB and DIALOG, generate specific (simple) DIALOG inputs and find them in the right place at the end of the chain 2.Generate specific DIALOG inputs put in specific logical combination among them and find the right logical channel (only) in the right place at the end of the chain. 2 kinds of combinations were possible: a) 2 logical channels starting from 4 physical channels (2xOR2); b) 1 logical channel starting from 4 physical channels (1xOR4). 3.Whenever necessary (and it was necessary) realign the channels in time using the DIALOG timing facilities in order to obtain the OR correctly on the SYNC pipelines. A trigger system was not available: we used “continuous” pulsing at the input of the chain
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 36 Parte finanziaria Il gruppo Mu ha da tempo avviato una verifica dettagliata dei costi del sistema: Rivelatori ed elettronica: abbiamo basi ragionevolmente solide, basate sull’esperienza produttiva e/o su offerte dettagliate: alcuni extracosti già riportati qui a maggio Meno certezze sui costi di meccanica e sistema di gas stime iniziali ottimistiche Emersa necessità di extra manpower per installazione, cablaggi ecc.
37 CAMERE Per la parte INFN confermiamo l’extracosto di 350 kCHF dichiarato a maggio spesa per le preserie + O (200) kCHF costo Faraday Cages + O (100) kCHF pannelli Honeycomb M1 + O (100) kCHF Con questo extracosto sono ora realmente coperti anche gli spares Da maggio sono emersi extracosti sensibili (+150 kCHF) per la parte CERN catodi extracosto e catodi M1R2 (non assegnate all’epoca) faraday cages colla (fornita a tutti i centri) Le GEM comportano poi un extracosto di 40 kCHF (50 kCHF a maggio) per la costruzione e uno ulteriore di 60 kCHF per il sistema di gas (vedi oltre) Costi in dettaglio
38 MECCANICA Parte a responsabilità principale INFN muri M1-M5 OK (gara pronta a partire) muro M1: il suo supporto è una struttura separata dal resto. Richiede quindi una movimentazione autonoma, cablaggio mobile (I rack sono fissi al suolo) e forse un sistema di raffreddamento. Stima + 100 kCHF Parte a responsabilità principale CERN Infrastruttura di sostegno, movimentazione, torri per rack resp. CERN forte extracosto +230 kCHF (progettazione esterna non preventivata) Totale extracosto: + 330 kCHF
39 GAS 2 sistemi (ricircolo MWPC + GEM) Sistema più complicato causa aumento delle linee di gas (più camere in parallelo) rispetto al preventivato (per far fronte a problemi possibili di aging) Imposizione da parte CERN a servirsi del locale gruppo gas per questioni di sicurezza e manutenzione Stima extra-costi Gas GEM + 60 kCHF Gas MWPC + 180 kCHF
40 ELETTRONICA Abbiamo fatto un esame aggiornato di tutte le voci di elettronica includendo una piccola contingenza (vedi tabella Adriano) Ci sono variazioni sulle singole voci ma globalmente non prevediamo extra-costi. CORE: 2870 kCHF di cui 2750 a carico INFN e 120 CERN. Tuttavia riteniamo necessario accrescere il numero degli spares da acquistare in tempi brevi per un esperimento che dovrà funzionare almeno per 10 anni. Spares Stima precedente: 130 kCHF Ipotesi attuale con 20% di spares350 kCHF HV Al momento non emergono problemi. Lo schema presentato: permette di rimanere nel budget di 410 kCHF iniziale è perfettamente espandibile
G. Carboni - Gruppo1 Assisi - 22.09.2004 42 PNPIMinimum CAEN A1833B Mimimum CAEN A1733B +cheap mainframes HV Power Supply prototypes 210 15 330285 Cables to Station (50) (see note) 931 Patch Panel 20 Cables to Chambers (1400) 65 Pins for connectors 333 Total 322449404 Costs in kCHF HV Options
43 MANPOWER Alcune delle voci precedenti contengono contributo in manpower. In particolare: Per installazione e per l’incremento di capacità del sito CERN (M1R2 + camere Ex-INFN). Per installazione e test FE CARDIAC al CERN (embargo!) sulle camere russe Per installazione infrastruttura, camere e sistema gas (manodopera specializzata) Richieste FAI per il 2005: indispensabili Questi argomenti saranno discussi a parte da Martellotti
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 44 Adriano Lai RESERVE SLIDES
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 45 Adriano Lai Variazioni rispetto ai preventivi (Roma 1) Mantenere la catena I 2 C contenuta entro la singola camera: 40 SB aggiuntive 14 k€ aggiuntivi
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 46 Adriano Lai Sblocco SJ 2004 (LNF) Sblocco 50 k€ s.j. Link ottici
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 47 Adriano Lai Variazioni rispetto ai preventivi (Cagliari) TESTsvecchienuove richieste Schede sistema (consumo): 30 20 P&P handler48 0 Test alla Microtec30 + IVA (DIALOG) 15 + IVA (SYNC) Test FE boards12 (10) + 30 + IVA (stima) Packaging DIALOG28 13 + IVA (16) Packaging SYNC 11 8 + IVA (10)
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 48 Adriano Lai Sblocco SJ 2004 (LNF) Sblocco 50 k€ s.j. ODE
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 49 Adriano Lai Components details Cabled TB of the IB (96 out of 192 channels connected) Chamber: fully equipped ODE: 6 SYNC out of 24 used Both DAQ and trigger (optical) outputs used 2 I 2 C chains used from SB 10 m cables from SB to CARDIAC
Roma 7/9/2004 – Incontro coi referee LHCb Stato elettronica 50 Adriano Lai Test produzione (chip) ~ 50,000 $ Robots (chip handlers)