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[CCB-449] RE: [Ext-GDE-46] ML Change Request - June 12, 2006

Hi Warren et al,
A few things to keep in mind regarding the quad layout.
1) The current rf distribution design (see below) exploits the space near the center of the center cryomodule afforded by the quad to all allow a simple waveguide split to fed the cavities in this cryomodule.
2) Having 1 quad per 4 cryomodules means having 4 different installation plans, 4 different waveguide layouts, 4 different quad power/monitoring cable runs, 4 different rack layouts in the service tunnel, 4 different rf unit control system configurations and 4 different temperature-vs-phase responses during operation - having one quad per 3 cryomodules would reduce these to one, and thus greatly simplify the design, installation and operation of the linac - the cost savings are hard to quantify, but 10-20 M$ is not unreasonable given the reduction in complexity (this represents about 10% of the linac installation cost).
3) The quads could be smaller with the 1 in 3 layout, making them somewhat cheaper.

From: Warren Funk [mailto:lwfunk@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, June 12, 2006 9:15 AM
To: N.Toge
Cc: ml-ccb@xxxxxxxxxxxx; ml-ext-gde@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Ext-GDE-46] ML Change Request - June 12, 2006

Dear Nobu:

I agree to act as reviewer for this change.

I disagree with the classification of this change as Class 0.  The proposal calls for an increase of ~170 magnet sets.  I estimate that the cost of this will fall somewhere between $15M and $20M, when development costs are included.  There is evidently some offset (savings in RF distribution) but unless I'm missing something (it's happend before!) that won't be large.

I request that you consider classifying it as Class 1.



N.Toge wrote:
Dear Colleagues,

I am announcing that CCB has received a change request for the Main
Linac (ML) section of ILC Baseline Config Doc from C.Adolphsen,
who is representing the ML AG.

This change request mainly relates to layout specifications for
the cryostats, beam position monitors, focusing quads
and the associated orbit correction dipole magnets. Another
part of the change request relates to elimination of a duplicate
subsection (cryogenics).

The requesters suggest Class 0 as classification for this change
request. The CCB chair tentatively agrees to treat this as Class 0,
pending consultation within CCB.

I am asking W.Funk and C.Pagani to act as CCB reviewers (to be
confirmed shortly).

Now this request is brought to review by CCB, and is also open to
general discussion. Any members of GDE or GDE-related task groups with
comments or questions on this request, please, direct them to
ml-ccb@xxxxxxxxxxxx and/or ml-ext-gde@xxxxxxxxxxxx by the end of
Friday, June 16, PDT.

BCD is available at
BCD change history is available at
ML-related RDR materials are compiled and posted at


- Nobu Toge (KEK, Accelerator Lab)
  email: toge@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  voice: +81-29-864-5224
  fax:   +81-29-864-3182


[CCB-445] Linac Change Requests
"Adolphsen, Chris" <star@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sun, 11 Jun 2006 23:19:03 -0700
"Solyak, Nikolay" <solyak@xxxxxxxx>, <lutz.lilje@xxxxxxx>, "Hitoshi Hayano" <hitoshi.hayano@xxxxxx>, "Tom Peterson" <tommy@xxxxxxxx>, "John Tompkins" <jct@xxxxxxxx>

The Main Linac section of the BCD is attached and includes changes and refinements on page 36 and page 38 (using Track Changes) for which we request approval by the Change Control Board - we believe these to be type zero. 

On page 36: 

Have one quad every three cryomodules (i.e., one per rf unit). This was the Snowmass recommendation and was stated in the BCD until Nick/Tor changed it to one in four cryomodules without consulting the Linac Group. This configuration greatly simplifies the rf distribution layout, and is more amenable to future upgrades of the machine to higher energy (the quads in this case may not have to be replaced).

Use longitudinally separated quad and corrector magnets as opposed to combined-function magnets. This choice will eliminate the dipole fields that would otherwise be induced in the quad windings from persistent currents excited by changes in the corrector settings. Also, the quads in the upstream end of the machine may be superferric as suggested by the Magnet group.

The BPM spec was not changed, but it may be in the future - the LET group has still not decided what BPM resolution we need.

Within the linacs, measure beam energy and energy spread only in the electron undulator section and its counterpart in the positron linac (both are part of the Positron Injection system). The BCD recommends measuring it at two locations in the linac, but this does not seem cost effective (the beam energy and energy spread would still be measured at the end of the RTML and the beginning of the BDS). As for beam size measurements elsewhere within the linac, the only space readily available are the warm sections between the cryogenic units (it is difficult to install laser wires in a cryogenic environment). With the limited number of wires, local emittance measurements will require semi-invasive quad scans.

The remaining changes on this page are updates of out-dated information

On page 38: 

Nobu included the cryogenic section twice, so I deleted the second version.

L. Warren Funk
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