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1 Proton Capabilities at Fermilab Steve Holmes Neutrino Summit 21 July 2014

2 Program Goals Our goal is to construct & operate the foremost facility in the world for particle physics research utilizing intense beams. Neutrinos –MINOS+, kW >1-2 MW 10’s kW Muons –Muon kW kW Longer term opportunities  This requires more protons! 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit 2

3 The Fermilab Accelerator Complex Today The Fermilab complex currently delivers protons for neutrino production at both 8 and 120 GeV, with a present capability*: –Booster: 4.2× Hz = 40 kW –MI: 3.5× Hz = 500 kW Fundamental limitations –Booster pulses per second The Booster magnet/power supply system operates at 15 Hz However the rf system is only capable of operating at ~7.5 Hz –Booster protons per pulse Limited by space-charge forces at the Booster injection energy, i.e. the linac energy * Current configuration 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit3

4 Strategy for the next ~10 years Proton Improvement Plan (PIP) The goal is to double the Booster beam repetition rate to 15 Hz, while addressing intermediate-term reliability concerns –Required for simultaneous operations of NOvA, g-2/Mu2e, SBNE –700 kW to NOvA Design Criteria –15 Hz beam operations at 4.2×10 12 protons per pulse (80 kW) –Linac/Booster availability > 85% –Residual activation at acceptable levels –Useful operating life through 2025 Scope –RF upgrades/refurbish –Replace components posing high availability risk DTL rf  200 MHz klystrons/modulators Additional Booster rf cavities –RFQ, dampers, collimators/absorbers To maintain activation at current levels Execute over 2011 – /21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit4

5 Strategy for the next ~10 years Proton Improvement Plan-II (PIP-II) The goal is to increase the beam power delivered from the Main Injector by an additional 50% and to provide increased beam power to the 8 GeV program, while providing a platform for the future Strategy –Increase the Booster per pulse intensity by 50% Requires increase in injection energy to ~800 MeV –Modest modifications to Booster/Recycler/MI To accommodate higher intensities and higher Booster injection energy Design Criteria –Deliver 1.2 MW of beam power at 120 GeV, with power approaching 1 MW at energies as low as 60 GeV, at the start of LBNF operations –Support the current 8 GeV program, including Mu2e, g-2, and the suite of short-baseline neutrino experiments –Provide upgrade path for Mu2e –Provide a platform for extension of beam power to LBNF to >2 MW –Provide a platform for extension of capability to high duty factor/higher beam power operations –At an affordable cost to DOE Execute over 2015 – 2023 At the completion of PIP-II the existing 400 MeV linac will be removed from service 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit5

6 PIP-II We believe the most cost-effective means of achieving these goals is via an 800 MeV superconducting pulsed linac, extendible to support >2 MW operations to LBNF and upgradable to continuous wave (CW) operations –Builds on significant existing infrastructure –Capitalizes on major investment in superconducting rf technologies –Eliminates significant operational risks inherent in existing linac –Siting consistent with eventual replacement of the Booster as the source of protons for injection into Main Injector Whitepaper available at projectx-docdb.fnal.gov/cgi-bin/ShowDocument?docid=1232 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit6

7 PIP-II Site Layout (provisional) 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit7

8 PIP-II Performance Goals Performance ParameterPIPPIP-II Linac Beam Energy400800MeV Linac Beam Current252mA Linac Beam Pulse Length msec Linac Pulse Repetition Rate15 Hz Linac Beam Power to Booster413kW Linac Beam Power Capability Duty Factor)4~200kW Mu2e Upgrade Potential (800 MeV)NA>100kW Booster Protons per Pulse4.2× ×10 12 Booster Pulse Repetition Rate15 Hz Booster Beam 8 GeV80120kW Beam Power to 8 GeV Program (max)3240kW Main Injector Protons per Pulse4.9× ×10 13 Main Injector Cycle 120 GeV sec LBNF Beam 120 GeV*0.71.2MW LBNF Upgrade GeVNA>2MW 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit8 *LBNF beam power can be maintained to ~80 GeV, then scales with energy

9 Proton Economics and Power Scaling 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit9

10 PIP-II Linac Technology Map 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit10 SectionFreqEnergy (MeV)Cav/mag/CMType RFQ HWR (  opt =0.11) /8/1HWR, solenoid SSR1 (  opt =0.22) /8/ 2SSR, solenoid SSR2 (  opt =0.51) /21/7SSR, solenoid LB 650 (  G =0.61) /20/55-cell elliptical, doublet HB 650 (  G =0.9) /10/45-cell elliptical, doublet PXIE  =0.11  =0.22  =0.51  =0.61  = MHz MeV 650 MHz MeV SC MHz MeV LEBTRFQMEBT RT IS

11 PIP-II R&D Strategy Goal is to mitigate risk: Technical/cost/schedule Technical Risks –Front End (PXIE) Complete systems test: Ion Source through SSR1 (25 MeV) –Operations of (high Q 0 ) superconducting linac in pulsed mode Primary issue is resonance control in cavities Generally applicable to next generation SC linacs Task force defining options Options evaluated at PXIE Cost Risks –Superconducting RF Cavities, cryomodules, RF sources represent 46% of construction costs Goal: Be prepared for a construction start in /21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit 11

12 PXIE 6/11/2014S. Holmes | PIP-II12 RFQ MEBT HWRSSR1 HEBT LEBT Collaborators ANL: HWR LBNL:LEBT, RFQ SNS: LEBT BARC: MEBT, SSR1 30 keV 2.1 MeV 10 MeV25 MeV PXIE will address the address/measure the following: –LEBT pre-chopping –Vacuum management in the LEBT/RFQ region –Validation of chopper performance –Bunch extinction –MEBT beam absorber –MEBT vacuum management –Operation of HWR in close proximity to 10 kW absorber –Operation of SSR with beam, including resonance control –Emittance preservation and beam halo formation through the front end 40 m, ~25 MeV We are here

13 SRF R&D 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit13 HWR SSR1 SSR2 LB650 HB650

14 PIP-II Status and Strategy PIP-II is in the development phase and is not yet recognized as a formal DOE project –However, PIP-II has received very strong support from P5, DOE/OHEP, and the Fermilab director  Expect formalization of project status (CD-0) in the next year, with a ~5-year construction period, starting in the current decade Goals for FY2105 –Release PIP-II Reference Design Report –Update current cost estimate as necessary –Start developing a resource loaded schedule –Receive RFQ (from LBNL) and initiate commissioning at PXIE –Keep HWR and SSR1 fabrication on schedule –Develop deliverables strategy with India (and Europe) –Support DOE/OHEP in development of Mission Needs Statement –Establish PIP-II Office S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit146/21/2014

15 GeV Require 1.5×10 14 particles from Main Injector every GeV –Every GeV  2.4 MW Slip-stacking is not an option at these intensities –Need to box-car stack 6 ×2.5E13 protons in less than 0.6 sec  >10 Hz rep-rate –Or inject a long (linac) pulse directly into Main Injector –Strategy TBD S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit 156/21/2014

16 GeV S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit 166/21/2014

17 Possible Parameters for post-PIP-II Complex S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit 17 Linac or RCS Particle TypeH - or p Beam Kinetic Energy8.0GeV Pulse rate20Hz Protons per pulse2.5  Pulses to Main Injector6 Beam 8 GeV640kW Beam Power for 8 GeV Program*360/480kW Main Injector/Recycler Beam Kinetic Energy (maximum)60/120GeV Cycle time0.7/1.2sec Particles per cycle1.5  Beam Power at GeV2.1/2.4MW *For MI operations at 60/120 GeV 6/21/2014

18 Possible Parameters for post-PIP-II Complex S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit 186/21/2014

19 PIP-II Collaboration Collaboration MOUs for the RD&D phase (through CD-2) : NationalIIFC ANLORNL/SNS BARC/Mumbai BNLPNNL IUAC/Delhi CornellUTennRRCAT/Indore FermilabTJNAFVECC/Kolkata LBNLSLAC MSUILC/ART NCSU Ongoing contacts with CERN (SPL), RAL/FETS (UK), ESS (Sweden), RISP (Korea), China/ADS Annual Collaboration Meeting (June 3-4 at Fermilab) https://indico.fnal.gov/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=8365 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit19

20 Indian Institutions and Fermilab Collaboration Significant R&D collaboration for >5 years –SC accelerating structures –RF sources –Instrumentation –Magnets Discussions at DOE-DAE level on potential Indian in-kind contributions to construction phase 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit20

21 Summary The Fermilab accelerator complex can be upgraded to establish a world- leading facility for particle physics research based on intense beams –LBNF >1 MW at startup –8 GeV program >40 kW coincident with LBNF The Proton Improvement Plan-II (PIP-II) is a complete, integrated, cost effective concept, that meets these goals, while –leveraging U.S. superconducting rf investment, –attracting international partners, –providing a platform for the long-term future PIP-II retains flexibility to eventually realize the full potential of the Fermilab complex –LBNF >2 MW –Mu2e sensitivity x10 –8 GeV program at several×100 kW We have received a positive recommendation from P5 and are working with Fermilab and OHEP management to move forward toward a construction start in the current decade. 6/21/2014S. Holmes | Neutrino Summit21


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