Day 1. December 3, 2007. MONDAY
|Amine||8-10 am , 2-4 pm|
|P. Bertin||8am - 5 pm|
|Syed||8 am - noon|
|T. Forest||10 am - 2pm|
Task 1: Tune Beam
The first task will be to establish reproducable running conditions using the beam parameters given on the Main page.
This ask will also require that the FC and Pickup Coil be positioned and operating as well.
Task 2: Emmittance
Once stable beam operations are in place, we will insert two glass slides on the translator platform positioned 10 and 30 cm away from the Aluminum cooled exit window. Put beam on the windows and watch on the camera until the glass slides change color showing the beam envelope.
Next move the translator board to align the large glass plate at 50 cm away from the window and measure the beam profile
Glass Slides at 10 cm, 30 cm, and 50 cm.
Brett says the electron beam is focused to 1 mm in diameter before it strikes the exit window. After it passes throught the water-cooled exit window (Al 1mm - Water 1mm - Al 1mm), the beam swells to 6.0mm and at 30cm it the beam spot size is 2cm.
Here are two views of the exit window
Beam spot size mapping in x and y with the Faraday Cup (FC) for z = 30cm from Window.
We will move the table in or out depending on whether the beam spot size is greater or smaller than 2.0 cm. Translator table will be positioned at right position in z.
Course scan of z=15cm
Course scan of z=15cm was taken away from the Al window with dimensions in inches and the intensity measured in Voltns
Data file for the above picutre is comma deliminated and formated as X,Y,Z. I belief X (Beam left/right), Y is beam Up/Down, and Z is the integrated scope output (in 50 Media:PbF2_FineeScan_Z-15cm.dat.txt) with units of (Volts ns )
Task 3: Linearity tests of the pickup coil and FC.
We will just change the width of the pulse and compare the readings from the pickup coil to that of the FC. Note that change in 1mV from the pickup coil corresponds to 1mA change in the instantaneous beam current.
The beam energy may change if we change the pulse width so we decided to change the frequency
Beam at 50mA peak, 100 ns, and at the frequency given in the table below below
The pick up loop was a split signal between MCC and Us so you need to multiple by 2 for an absolute measurement
The FC was not split.
|Frequency (Hz)||pickup coil (P2P mV)||FC (mV)|
|1||21.5 (26.1789 V ns)||312 (28.4168 V ns)|
|10||23.4 (27.8362)||359 (32.132 )|
|20||24 (28.668)||368 (33.177)|
|30||24.3 (29.093)||371 (33.67)|
|100||25.5(30.413) Acc changed so we had to go back, a lot of jitter here||393(35.44)|
Too many problems with beam jitter after 100 Hz
We now try to use the line sync frequencies.
|Frequency (Hz)||pickup coil (P2P mV)|
|FC (mV)||0.9375||26.1 (3.0785V ns)||408 (36.48V ns)|
|60||26.8 (3.146 V ns)||412 (36.422 V ns)|
Here are Pictures of the Faraday Cup and the Pickup Coil
Task 4: 5 hours of beamtime
Recall that we cannot exceed 10 K/h
We will use a Fluke monitor with a camera to look at the temperature.
1 Watt power at 30 cm away from window
Using beam conditions of 50 mA, 10 Hz, 100 nsec pulse width we ran for 10 minutes and looked for temperature change.
after 600 seconds :C
3 Watt power at 30 cm away from window
Using beam conditions of 50 mA, 30 Hz, 100 nsec pulse width we ran for 10 minutes and looked for temperature change.
Starting temp: 23.8 after 300 sec: 24.8 after 600 seconds :26.05 Beam off
Equilibrated to 26.8 after beam off
10 Watt power at 30 cm away from window
Using beam conditions of 50 mA, 100 Hz, 100 nsec pulse width we ran for 10 minutes and looked for temperature change.
Starting temp: after 600 seconds :
#Crystal 1: 0.5 hours # Crystal 2: 1 hour # Crystal 3: 1 hour # Crystal 4: 2 hours