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Status of Infrastructure Emre Kazancı On Behalf of TARLA Team IMAC VII Meeting

Status of Infrastructure Emre Kazancı On Behalf of TARLA Team IMAC VII Meeting

Outline • Completed Construction Works • New constructions • Modifications • Experimental Stations and

Outline • Completed Construction Works • New constructions • Modifications • Experimental Stations and Clean Room • Electricity • Ionized Air Conditioning • Radiation Shielding Doors • Compressed Air • Water Cooling System • Segmentation of Laboratory Rooms • Conclusion 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 2

Construction Works New Construction • • • A, B Administrative Building C Accelerator Building

Construction Works New Construction • • • A, B Administrative Building C Accelerator Building D Water Cooling Building E Security F Generator and main transformer room • G UPS room • H Mechanical Workshop • I Contamination Storage 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 3

New Constructions • Water cooling building and piping tunnel Houses pumps, tanks, circulators, heat

New Constructions • Water cooling building and piping tunnel Houses pumps, tanks, circulators, heat exchangers etc. • Mechanical workshop Production and repair of mechanical systems up to a certain level • Contaminated material storage To safely store activated equipment (solid) • Security office Controlled, single entrance to facility site for human and machine safety • Waste-water storage (planned, in tender progress) • To safely store activated water produced by water cooling system 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 4

Water Cooling Building The building is dedicated for water cooling plant Connected to the

Water Cooling Building The building is dedicated for water cooling plant Connected to the laboratory by a 2 x 2 m wide tunnel beneath road level Total height 5. 5 m (2 m below road level) 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 5

Mechanical Workshop A two story workshop with gross area of 200 m 2 for

Mechanical Workshop A two story workshop with gross area of 200 m 2 for manufacturing and maintenance • • Crane 5 ton Driller Cold Saw Compressor Band Saw Guillotine shear Hand Tools • • CNC milling machine CNC turning machine Turning machine Milling machine 3 Axis goniometer Hydraulic Press Pipe bending machine TIG welding machine 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 6

Contaminated Material Storage, Security Office 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 7

Contaminated Material Storage, Security Office 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 7

Waste-water storage • Automatic activated water draining and tank to tank transfer via dedicated

Waste-water storage • Automatic activated water draining and tank to tank transfer via dedicated piping and pump • Human contact to water only at clearance volume of piping tunnels between caves • • Designed, in tender progress Will be located next to water cooling building, buried underground Trapped access without radiation shielding door from water cooling building Total volume of circulating water in radiation area is 1. 8 tones. (beamline and three dumps) • 3 x 2 tones all metal modular SS tanks plus 2 tones dispose chamber 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 8

Modifications Switched position of CB 2 and one layer of radiation shielding blocks A

Modifications Switched position of CB 2 and one layer of radiation shielding blocks A small control office is built inside He cooling room Door position of He cooling room is changed because CB 1 and dewar is located at the entrance hall of former one Location and size of former sectional door is changed to allow entrance of CB 1 and WWP 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 9

Ionized air ducts are reorganized regarding radiation security Before • Former distribution was covering

Ionized air ducts are reorganized regarding radiation security Before • Former distribution was covering almost whole area on the roof • No trespassing was allowed • Foam duct material, unsafe for radiation • Glued to the ground, no maintenance without damaging neighboring ducts • Input and exhaust ports were at the same elevation with beamline After 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 10

Air conditioning units located at corridor are Before After moved to terrace • Gained

Air conditioning units located at corridor are Before After moved to terrace • Gained a larger working area • Ease of maintenance • Reduce mechanical vibrations near RF amplifiers and LLRF • Less complex air duct distribution and homogeneous air flow 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 11

 • UPS units are moved to former e-gun building • • • Reduced

• UPS units are moved to former e-gun building • • • Reduced cooling costs Increased number of UPS units More organized and simpler cabling for electricity grid Gained more working area inside laboratory Reduced electricity related security risks • Power distribution inside laboratory building is reorganized accordingly Before 07 -08/09/2015 After IMAC VII Meeting 12

 • Trapped entrance to radiation halls are removed in order to use concrete

• Trapped entrance to radiation halls are removed in order to use concrete doors instead of lead doors • • A cheaper solution More working area Easier access for big systems Better radiation security 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 13

Additional cable halls are drilled to radiation area roof (31 in total) Two stairs

Additional cable halls are drilled to radiation area roof (31 in total) Two stairs are built to radiation area roof Terrace of laboratory is reorganized as ionized/nonionized air ventilation plant and storage 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 14

Experiment Stations and Clean Room • Former two-story, 6 room experiment station area is

Experiment Stations and Clean Room • Former two-story, 6 room experiment station area is demolished in order to build 5 new stations in a single story with elevated height and a clean room according to demands of experiment community 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 15

Electricity • One of the main parts of TARLA infrastructure • Electricity system is

Electricity • One of the main parts of TARLA infrastructure • Electricity system is totally reorganized during modifications • 2 MVA + 1 MVA backup • 3 x 1000 k. VA Transformers • 3 x 1100 k. VA Generator • 6 x 300 k. VA UPS • Busbar Distribution 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 16

 • Coupled grounding for facility and • Load and voltage fluctuation electricity system

• Coupled grounding for facility and • Load and voltage fluctuation electricity system ± 5% • Grounding trays furnished to caves • Frequency fluctuation ± 1 Hz • No ungrounded power panel or • Harmonic distortion isolation plug. for RF system feed (under • Average grounding resistance development) throughout facility of 0. 06 Ω • Local PLC system for generator synchronization to UPS phase • Local controller for UPS switching • SCADA system for grid monitoring and shutter control (under development) • Synchronized loading of generators <1 min. • UPS feed duration under Three distinct busbar installations for power %125 load >10 min. distribution of 1 k. A, 1. 6 k. A and 4 k. A carrying capacity which are connected in parallel to UPS 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 17

Ionized Air Conditioning • Air ducts, inlet coil, exhaust port and dampers are installed

Ionized Air Conditioning • Air ducts, inlet coil, exhaust port and dampers are installed • Design of chimney and filter unit is ongoing • Design and installation of PLC controller for dampers, motors and valves will be done according to safety and hazard analysis which is under the scope of PSS contractor • Single inlet and outlet coupled to distribution ducts via air dampers. • Distinct air ducts for each hall, no risk of air mixing during operation. • Staff may freely be present in any hall even if the rest of halls are in operation 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 18

 • 40500 m 3/h total air flow rate which corresponds to 25 circulations/hour.

• 40500 m 3/h total air flow rate which corresponds to 25 circulations/hour. • Combination of bag/HEPA (H 14)/carbon filters for exhaust • 5 m chimney height above highest point of roof (17. 5 m above ground level) • 900 mbar pressure inside caves (~950 mbar outside) • Frequency driven suction motor at exhaust port to enable different operation modes 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 19

Radiation Shielded Doors • Instead of lead composite doors, concrete doors in same thickness

Radiation Shielded Doors • Instead of lead composite doors, concrete doors in same thickness with walls are decided. • Better radiation security • Easier access for big machines like SRF modules • Cheaper construction 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 20

 • General design is complete • Total weight is about 130 ton/door •

• General design is complete • Total weight is about 130 ton/door • Detailed design including static calculations, mechanical design and actuator system design will be done by contractor • Dimensions are 3. 30 x 2. 25 x 4. 35 m • Construction department approved static calculations for basement • A hole of 40 cm depth will be dig for traction and actuator system 07 -08/09/2015 • PLC based controller will be done according to the «hazard and risk assessment» of PSS contractor IMAC VII Meeting 21

Compressed Air • ATLAS Copco GA 7 VSD+ • 5. 5 -12. 5 bar

Compressed Air • ATLAS Copco GA 7 VSD+ • 5. 5 -12. 5 bar pressure • 7. 2 -14. 2 l/s flow rate • Screw type, frequency controlled • FD 15 drier • Dew point of -400 C • Operating pressure up to 16 bar • 15 l/s flow rate • Tank • 500 liters Installed for He plant primarily but capable of feeding enough pressure/flow for whole facility Cu piping is installed for He plant Al piping will be used for radiation halls due to lesser contamination 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 22

Water Cooling System • Water cooling system is composed of; • Installation is divided

Water Cooling System • Water cooling system is composed of; • Installation is divided into two stages; • a central cooling plant which provides cooling capacity • three separate circulations; beamline components, beam dumps and radiation nonrelated systems • support systems 07 -08/09/2015 • First stage covers central cooling plant, majority of support systems and radiation non-related circulations Commissioning phase • Second stage covers beamline /beamdump cooling circulations and waste-water treatment Design complete/in tender progress IMAC VII Meeting 23

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 • First Stage Covers; • 1 Hybrid type closed cycle cooling tower, 850.

• First Stage Covers; • 1 Hybrid type closed cycle cooling tower, 850. 000 kcal/h • 3 Chiller Units 425. 000 kcal/h each • 2 Main heat exchangers (1 backup) • 4 storage tanks • • 1 x 15 ton feed water 1 x 1 ton filtered water 1 x 5 ton 7/120 C chiller buffer 1 x 2 ton conditioned water • 4 frequency driven circulation pumps • 3 fixed speed mixing pumps • 2 main 3 -way mixing valves • 2 2 -way by-pass valves • Automation and control system 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 25

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Flow rate Nom. Input Temp rise Conductivity p. H Nom. Input pressure Pressure drop

Flow rate Nom. Input Temp rise Conductivity p. H Nom. Input pressure Pressure drop Radiation nonrelated systems ~3 -30 m 3/h 22+/-30 C <150 C -- -- 6+/-1 bar <3 bar Beamline ~0. 2 -2. 7 m 3/h 29+/-10 C <150 C 1 -5 MΩ 8 -8. 5 6+/-0. 5 bar <3 bar Beamdumps 2 x 4. 6 m 3/h 29+/-30 C <150 C 6+/-0. 5 bar <4 bar 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 1 -5 MΩ 8 -8. 5 27

Segmentation of Laboratory Rooms RF and electronic Small workshop rooms Acc Hall Brems. Hall

Segmentation of Laboratory Rooms RF and electronic Small workshop rooms Acc Hall Brems. Hall FEL Hall Clean room He Plant Sample preperation room Proposed area for exp. Stations and clean room Tr room 07 -08/09/2015 1 st floor IMAC VII Meeting 28

System roomservers Electronic storage Electronic workshop Diagnostic lab Control room 2 nd floor 07

System roomservers Electronic storage Electronic workshop Diagnostic lab Control room 2 nd floor 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 29

Conclusions • Infrastructure is the key point of an accelerator facility • Without proper

Conclusions • Infrastructure is the key point of an accelerator facility • Without proper and reliable infrastructure actual progress can not be met • Late 2014 and majority of 2015 is spent on infrastructure studies • Complete missing parts • Fix problems • Infrastructure studies are almost completed. • Technical specification documents are prepared for the rest, we are waiting for the tender procedures to be completed 07 -08/09/2015 IMAC VII Meeting 30

Thank You IMAC VII Meeting

Thank You IMAC VII Meeting