Presentation on theme: "MP3 Meeting : SLN, 12/02/2013 IPD / IPQ and IT IPQ : RAS – Nothing to declare IPD : RD2.R8 (quenched 4 times at less than 6.8 TeV) RD3.R4 and RD4.R4."— Presentation transcript:
MP3 Meeting : SLN, 12/02/2013
IPD / IPQ and IT IPQ : RAS – Nothing to declare IPD : RD2.R8 (quenched 4 times at less than 6.8 TeV) RD3.R4 and RD4.R4 (commissioned to 6.6 and 6.3 TeV) IT : RQX.L5 & RQX.R5 (commissioned to less than 5 TeV due to the change of nominal current)
600A RCO.A78B2 Le circuit RCO.A78B2 nest pas ouvert. Notre idée est de faire du diagnostic ds le tunnel durant les phases powering. Installation dun système de mesure en // de QPS, puis éventuellement, localiser la faute le long de lARC. RQTF.A45B2 3 quenches at 550A on flat top RQS.A34B2 & RQS.L2 Why only 400A? Probably current value given by Gianluigi/Massimo
600A - RQTL Those which are looking OK. 3 (double aperture) were not powered above 300A or 400A
600A - RQTL Those which are more tricky In blue : weak magnets according to M & Ms In red : Additionnal weak magnets or magnets which quenched below the request value.
600A-RQTL 3 RQTL are not weak magnets according to Mikko but they were not powered up to 300A or 400A. 2 RQTL are weak magnets, but not considered as such by M & Ms. Nevertheless they were not powered more than 400A up to now. MEB in 2006 suggested 431A and the extrapolation from 2012 optics is 340A maximum 1 RQTL (not weak) shows a training above 500A