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US LHC Accelerator Research Program BNL - FNAL- LBNL - SLAC Q&A 16 July

US LHC Accelerator Research Program BNL - FNAL- LBNL - SLAC Q&A 16 July 2010 DOE Review of LARP, Fermilab Tom Markiewicz/SLAC

Q 2: Present the budget for FY 10 and FY 11 in a consistent

Q 2: Present the budget for FY 10 and FY 11 in a consistent format (ref: Eric’s first talk, page#10) LARP DOE Review: 15 July 2010 Slide n° 2 / 43 Collimation - T. Markiewicz

Q 2: continued The FY 10 Budget on slide 10 of Eric’s presentation was

Q 2: continued The FY 10 Budget on slide 10 of Eric’s presentation was made after DOE announced that the total FY 10 budget is $12360 k. It reflects the 10/1/2010 distribution of funds & holds back $2186. 8 k in “Management Reserve” aka “Contingency” Eric’s Slide 11 lists the distribution of the first $1485 k of this contingency $701. 8 k of contingency remains held by DOE for release before 9/30/2010 LARP DOE Review: 15 July 2010 Slide n° 3 / 43 Collimation - T. Markiewicz

FY 11 As • No GUIDANCE HAS BEEN GIVEN for the 2011 budget and

FY 11 As • No GUIDANCE HAS BEEN GIVEN for the 2011 budget and as • We KNOW THERE is EXTRA APUL MONEY sloshing around • And have tried to motivate the worth and reasons for the more expensive program (FY 09 reviewers advice: “don’t be shy about asking for more money”) WE HAVE NOT PREPARED A CONSTRAINED FY 11 BUDGET Rather We have presented a “BLUE SKY FY 11 BUDGET REQUEST” Once a budget is announced cuts in scope will be made to stay within budget. This has not happened yet. LARP DOE Review: 15 July 2010 Slide n° 4 / 43 Collimation - T. Markiewicz

Accelerator Systems Part of FY 11 Budget is in same format but is “Blue

Accelerator Systems Part of FY 11 Budget is in same format but is “Blue Sky” (Eric’s 2 nd talk Pg. 4) 4870 k$ compares directly to $2951 k LARP DOE Review: 15 July 2010 Slide n° 5 / 43 Collimation - T. Markiewicz

Magnet System FY 11, Eric Talk 2, Slide 7 LARP DOE Review: 15 July

Magnet System FY 11, Eric Talk 2, Slide 7 LARP DOE Review: 15 July 2010 Slide n° 6 / 43 Collimation - T. Markiewicz

Magnet System request in FY 11 As far as TWM can tell, Eric’s slide

Magnet System request in FY 11 As far as TWM can tell, Eric’s slide 7 (2 nd talk) Magnet systems total of $5700 k compares directly with the $5016 k on slide 2 (FY 10, no contingency release) The $5700+$1250 “contingency” on this slide =$6950 k represents what Magnets systems expects to get as their traditional birthright after the dust settles in FY 11. This number has been reverse engineered to equal the total Magnet System budget, after all contingency released, in FY 09=$6952. 2 k. NB: in FY 09 LARP total=$13000. 5 k; in FY 10 LARP total=$12360 k. The “extra” $800 k labeled as “long HQ” is a request for extra money for the extra scope of the program. A “Blue Sky” request. LARP DOE Review: 15 July 2010 Slide n° 7 / 43 Collimation - T. Markiewicz

Program management FY 11 No specific program management budget has been requested yet I

Program management FY 11 No specific program management budget has been requested yet I presume assumption is that it will equal FY 10 budget. No specific contingency listed yet: presume it is zero With all assumptions below is as close to an apples to apples comparison as I can generate LARP DOE Review: 15 July 2010 Slide n° 8 / 43 Collimation - T. Markiewicz

Q 3: What is your plan for delivery of the rotatable collimators that is

Q 3: What is your plan for delivery of the rotatable collimators that is consistent with CERN’s schedule? We plan to deliver ONE prototype rotatable collimator ~Sept 1, 2010 for installation in the SPS Dec 2010 -Jan 2011 This is the only agreed to delivery. It is consistent with all known schedules. We are discussing what other items we should deliver to thoroughly test all the parameters of the design in Hi. Rad. Mat (eg: uncooled pieces of Glidcop) There is currently NO PLAN WHATSOEVER to deliver collimators that might be installed in LHC as part of the Phase II Collimation Upgrade. We were told by Bruning that collimators in this series would be installed during the 2016 down. A technology decision of what to install will happen mid 2012 according to the present schedule. After that DOE & CERN will make some decision. LARP DOE Review: 15 July 2010 Slide n° 9 / 43 Collimation - T. Markiewicz