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1 Muon Campus Beam Transport January 23, 2013 J. Morgan 1

2 What we have now – the Pbar source 2 1/23/2013 J. Morgan

3 3 R. Ray - Director's CD-1 ReviewR. Ray - Mu2e Collaboration Meeting Recycler Ring Delivery Ring Muon Campus AP-30 AP-10 AP-50 P1 - P2 - M1 M3 MI-8 Line 1/23/2013 The Muon Campus

4 Antiproton Source Beam lines A 120 GeV/c proton beam is transported to the Target Station via AP-1 every 2.2 seconds An 8.89 GeV/c negative secondary beam travels down AP-2 and is injected into the Debuncher 8.89 GeV/c antiprotons are bunch rotated and stochastically cooled in the Debuncher, then transferred to the Accumulator via the D/A line Antiprotons are accumulated over hours, then transferred to MI via the AP-3 and AP-1 lines 8.89 GeV/c protons can be “reverse injected” or sent in the reciprocal direction of the antiprotons for tune-up 41/23/2013J. Morgan

5 Muon Campus Configuration The Accumulator and D/A line are no longer needed and will be used for beamline components M1 is the new name for AP-1, apertures will be improved to accommodate the larger 8.89 GeV/c primary beam AP-2 will be renamed M2 and will be a dedicated beam line for g-2 The M3 line will connect to the Delivery Ring (Debuncher) in the D30 straight section Both the g-2 secondary beam and Mu2e proton beam will be transported to the Ring via M3 M2 and M3 will have a higher quadrupole density than AP-2 did (~4.4 m vs. ~13.0 m) for g-2 Extraction, both single turn for g-2 and resonant for Mu2e, are also in the D30 straight section The old injection region for AP-2 will become an abort for Mu2e and could be used for proton removal for g-2 The new extraction line will be called M4 The g-2 line connects M4 to the g-2 Storage Ring 5 1/23/2013 J. Morgan

6 Repurposing Pbar J. Morgan6 Antiproton production Muon Campus 1/23/2013

7 Challenges and Technical Risks J. Morgan7 High intensity 8 GeV proton beam in M1 (and M3 for Mu2e) Much larger beam size in beamlines upstream of AP0 Beam loss must be kept extremely low Much higher intensity for Mu2e in Rings enclosure Bunch formation takes place in Recycler Incoming beam has increased momentum spread Average cycle time is much faster than for Pbar Factor of 13 for Mu2e, 26 for g-2 New kicker power supplies needed Pulsed septum based on Booster BSE AP-3 beam line will be reconfigured for compatibility with g-2 Secondary beam line for g-2 (M2) connects to M3 g-2 requires dense quadrupole spacing to minimize beta functions Old upstream AP-3 lattice must be matched to downstream M3 lattice for Mu2e Beam is injected and extracted into the Delivery (Debuncher) Ring in D30 New M3 to Delivery Ring connection faces logistical challenges g-2 fast extraction as well as Mu2e resonant extraction must be supported Mu2e will require substantial radiation shielding for injection and extraction devices M4 line must transport both Mu2e and g-2 beams to their experimental halls Delivery Ring Future injection region 1/23/2013

8 Muon g-2 Beam lines The P1, P2 and M1 lines will transport an 8.89 GeV/c proton bunch, 120 ns long, to the Target Station at an average rate of 12 Hz, with 100 Hz bursts (16 bunches, 10 ms interval) Downstream of the Target Station, the M2 line will carry the 3.1 GeV/c secondary beam 150 m until it connects with M3 Some of the pions decay into 3.09 GeV/c muons as they travel down M2/M3 The M2 and M3 lines have an increased quadrupole density to improve muon yield The M3 line connects to the Delivery Ring after an additional 130 m and is injected in the 30 straight section Muons can circle the 505 meter Delivery Ring as many times as desired The abort located in the 50 straight section can be used to remove protons (requires multiple turns) 3.09 GeV/c muons are extracted into the M4 line, then bent into the g-2 line for transport to the Storage Ring in the MC-1 building 8J. Morgan1/23/2013 Target Station

9 An 8.89 GeV/c proton bunch, 120 ns long, is transported to the Delivery Ring via M1 and M3 (bypassing the Target Station) at an average rate of 6 Hz with 18 Hz bursts The 8.89 GeV/c bunch is injected into the Delivery Ring in the 30 straight section with a pulsed septum and kicker A 2.5 MHz RF system maintains the short bunch as it circulates in the Delivery Ring The proton bunch is resonantly extracted with electrostatic septa and a Lambertson into the M4 line The M4 line transports short proton “micro- bunches” to an external Target Station to produce an intense muon beam The remaining proton beam that is not resonantly extracted is aborted in the 50 straight section and transported to the abort dump 91/23/2013J. Morgan Mu2e Beam lines

10 101/23/2013J. Morgan DescriptionProjectComment Recycler injection kicker NOvA Recycler RF upgradeRR AIP Recycler Extraction KickersRR AIP Recycler extraction/beamline stubRR AIP M1 Final Focusg-2 P1,P2 and M1 aperture upgradeDR AIP Reconfigure AP-2 and AP-3g-2New lines are called M2 and M3 Beam transport instrumentationDR AIP Beam transport controlsMu2e Beam transport infrastructureDR AIP Delivery Ring injectionDR AIP Delivery Ring modificationDR AIP D.R. abort/proton removalDR AIP Delivery Ring RF systemMu2e Delivery Ring controlsMu2e Delivery Ring instrumentationDR AIP Resonant extraction from D.R.Mu2e Fast extraction from D.R.g-2 Delivery Ring infrastructureDR AIP Extraction line to splitg-2Upstream M4 line Extraction line from split to Mu2eMu2eDownstream M4 Extraction line from split to g-2g-2Beamline to MC-1 building Possible Beamline Project Responsibility

11 8 GeV protons to the Target Station RR to P1 stub line optics has been being integrated into entire line Needed to reconcile different MAD and OPTIM files Optimization of optics underway to reduce beam size through lines Magnet choices for aperture improvements has been refined Surplus Tevatron B2 magnets will be used at V714 Lower beam momentum for g-2 allows the use of weaker and/or shorter magnets in M1, but will limit the peak beam energy to about 40 GeV A CDA Cooling Ring dipole will be used at F-17 in place of the C-magnets Pbar MDC magnets will be used in the HV100 and HV102 bend strings Smaller aperture trims will be replaced with Pbar NDA and NDB trims Beam spot size specification has been reduced Spot size requirements has been reduced from σ xy = 0.55 mm to 0.15 mm Final Focus region will incorporate a quadrupole triplet Final 3Q120 quadrupole will be replaced by three Pbar SQx quads Triplet configuration will greatly reduce the peak β functions in the M1 line SQx quadrupoles will have a large enough aperture for high efficiency transmission and small spot size at the Target Instrumentation Existing BPM, Toroid and SEM/Multiwire systems can be used with minimal modification Tevatron BLM electronics will be repurposed to upgrade legacy equipment 111/23/2013J. Morgan

12 12 1/23/2013J. Morgan RR to Target MAD file Meiqin Xiao Jim Budlong

13 120 GeV Pbar production MI to Target Station 8 GeV Muon production RR to Target Station

14 Planned improvements MI-52 Lam. / V701 C-magnets V714 C-magnets Tev. F0 Lambertsons removed F-17 C-Magnets HV100 dipoles HV102 dipoles Larger trims Quad triplet 1/23/2013J. Morgan 14

15 Final focus region in M1 Valeri Lebedev 151/23/2013J. Morgan SQx triplet Vault Wall

16 Target Station to M3 line (M2) Four magnet quadrupole “triplet” remains at beginning of line β functions peak around 80 - 100 m in IQ2 and IQ3 (limiting aperture) Junction between lines is located 100 – 125 m from Target Vault wall 4.4 m Quadrupole spacing with 90  phase advance Power supply requirements and magnet busing yet to be done M2 to M3 connection Original optics plan required the removal of a 20 ton dipole magnet in Right Bends to switch between g-2 and Mu2e Present design does not require magnet removal, but has six dipole magnets which adds considerable cost Power supply requirements and magnet busing yet to be done M3 line to Delivery Ring Challenging design constraints to match optics and trajectory into Ring Optics design has two elevation changes and a 5  horizontal bend Confined area for magnet supports in area over Delivery Ring Need >30 inches between Delivery Ring and M3 to allow use of existing pbar magnets Must be compatible with injection scheme into Delivery Ring Optics must match and acceptance must be at least 40 pi-mm-mr for g-2 Power supply requirements and magnet busing yet to be done Instrumentation g-2 will use upgraded SEM’s and new ion chambers, possibly wall current monitors Mu2e will use existing BPM and SEM systems, plus upgraded toroid electronics Injection lines to Delivery Ring – M2 & M3 161/23/2013J. Morgan

17 IQ07 → IQ13 Remain In Situ ~13.33m separation M2 M3 M2→M3 18.5o Bend Target Station to Delivery Ring (g-2) AP-2 removed and replaced by M2 line, which connects to M3 line 1/23/201317J. Morgan John Johnstone

18 M2 to M3 Line Cross-over 181/23/2013J. Morgan M3 M2 Mod B1 “Switch” g-2 beam offset ~3.75” C-mag SDE 5’ somethings John Johnstone

19 M2 to M3 Line Cross-over alternative scheme 191/23/2013J. Morgan John Johnstone

20 M3 line into Delivery Ring 201/23/2013J. Morgan John Johnstone Continuation of earlier slide

21 Target Station bypass Mu2e beam path to Delivery Ring 211/23/2013J. Morgan M3 line will branch from M1 (AP-1) line and bypass Target Station as AP-3 line does now M3 line between the Target Station bypass and the M2/M3 line merge needs to be reconfigured to match new downstream lattice (140 m), has not been done yet M3 line downstream of M2/M3 line merge must have optics designed to accommodate both g-2 and Mu2e beams High intensity 8.89 GeV/c protons instead of 3.1 GeV/c secondary beam, radiation shielding will be required at loss points under service buildings

22 Injection from M3 line All injection bends are vertical – mature design completed Modified Main Injector C-Magnet for initial bend Injected beam passes through Pbar LQ magnet ~130 mm above centerline Modified Booster septum magnet provides the greatest bend Two module injection kicker system puts beam on D.R. closed orbit Injection scheme preserves 40 pi-mm-mr acceptance or greater Is also compatible with Mu2e 8.89 GeV/c protons, except optics match not done 30 straight section reconfiguration Cable trays must be relocated to provide room for new beamlines and radiation shielding Most Delivery Ring magnets will need to be temporarily removed to facilitate beamline installation Logistics are very challenging, work is very time-intensive and involves outside labor Mu2e Abort and g-2 Proton Removal Shared system in the 50 straight section (old AP-2 injection) Multiple D.R. revolutions required to adequately separate protons from muons Extraction to M4 line Lambertson magnet required to accommodate Mu2e resonant extraction Either modified NOvA design (MLAW) or new design 8Q32 quadrupole (from BNL?) at D2Q5 C-Magnet follows quadrupole, identical to what will be used for injection Dual kicker schemes for both dedicated g-2 running and Mu2e/g-2 running Delivery Ring 221/23/2013J. Morgan

23 Delivery Ring Lattice 30 straight section 231/23/2013J. Morgan g-2/Pbar Debuncher lattice Mu2e lattice

24 Mu2e Existing BPMs pick-ups will be reused Electronics from both Tevatron and Recycler Ring will be repurposed Existing DCCT will be used with minor modifications Tevatron BLM ion chambers and electronics will be repurposed Existing SEMs will be located in straight sections g-2 New Wall Current Monitors Pbar BLM’s will be repurposed Would like to use same cables as Mu2e BLM’s to save money Existing SEMs will be located in straight sections Delivery Ring Instrumentation 241/23/2013J. Morgan Brian Drendel Tevatron BLM Pbar ion chamber

25 Injection line layout – horizontal bend in D30 D30, AP-3 line Crossover area D30, AP-3 line above Debuncher, D3Q6 on left 251/23/2013J. Morgan

26 Delivery Ring Kickers 1/23/2013J. Morgan26 Reuse existing Debuncher kicker magnets Reduced cost and labor effort Best combination of size and strength Power supplies can’t be reused due to fast cycle time Kickers rise and fall times do not need to be particularly fast Single 120 ns bunch in Delivery Ring 450 ns rise and fall times typical for three kicker magnets in series Single power supply can power magnets in series Keep power supply costs as low as possible Limited space available in service buildings Two Fluorinert skids in AP-30 and AP-50 AP-30 system can be shared by injection and extraction kickers May be possible to use single AP-30 system to save costs Magnet loads located in service buildings to avoid radiation problems Power supplies based on NOvA design May be able to reuse some RG-220 cable, PFN spools

27 Kicker locations and rates Kicker rates Instantaneous Muon g-2/Mu2e Average Muon g-2/Mu2e Delivery Ring Injection100/17 Hz12/6 Hz Abort/proton removal100/17 Hz12/6 Hz Delivery Ring extraction100/ n/a Hz 12/ n/a Hz Abort/proton removal kicker Injection kicker Extraction kicker 271/23/2013J. Morgan Pbar extraction kickers

28 Kicker rise and fall times 1/23/2013J. Morgan28 Kicker System (modules) Integrated Field g-2/Mu2e (Kg-m) Kick Angle g-2/Mu2e (mrad) Rise Time 95%/5% (nsec) Fall Time 95%/5% (nsec) Flat Top (nsec) Debuncher Extraction (3)1.344.61501401,700 Debuncher Injection (3)1.816.11801501,700 Delivery Ring Injection (2)0.64/1.316.2/4.4n/a300400 Delivery Ring Extraction (2)0.72/2.87.0300n/a400 Delivery Ring Abort (3)0.63/1.816.1450n/a1,700

29 Injection Region 29 Bend angles of Septum, LQ and C-Magnet Injection region John Johnstone – M3 line optics 1/23/2013J. Morgan

30 301/23/2013J. Morgan g-2 vertical injection trajectory (with and without vertical bump)

31 Mu2e vertical injection trajectory 311/23/2013J. Morgan

32 Delivery Ring Mu2e Abort (repurposing and shared-use) 1/23/2013J. Morgan32 Former downstream section of AP-2 used for abort line Abort absorber located in Transport tunnel (using existing E760 collimator) Relatively low beam power (0.40 kW – designed for 5% of 8 kW beam power) so cooling water system is not needed Requires one new Vertical bending magnet and trims

33 Proton Removal for g-2 Target Station to Delivery Ring distance will be about 290 meters Muon and proton centroids separate by about 40 ns Injection kickers and abort at D4Q5 is 352 meters (50 ns) Delivery Ring circumference is 505 meters Muon and proton centroids separate by about 70 ns per turn Bunch length is about 120 ns (possibly with satellites) Centroid separation to abort on first turn is 91 ns, second turn 161 ns, etc. Mu2e abort can be used for g-2 proton removal Multiple turns required to create a large enough gap between protons and muons Mu2e abort has a 450 ns rise time “as is” Mu2e has a 120 ns bunch length, Delivery Ring revolution period is ~ 1,700 ns Around 7 turns in the Delivery Ring to remove protons completely 6 turns to eliminate 90% of protons without disturbing muons Existing kickers could rise in 200 ns with a power supply upgrade Around 5 turns in the Delivery Ring to remove protons completely Would require 2 power supplies operating in parallel instead of 1, at a cost of about 700 k$ “Straight through” distance to g-2 is about 425 meters 90% of the pions will decay “straight through”, >99% after one turn in Delivery Ring 331/23/2013J. Morgan

34 Protons slipping in time 341/23/2013J. Morgan Muon vs. Proton Centroid time difference (ns) Gap size (ns) Injection40None 1 st turn at Abort91None 2 nd turn at Abort16141 3 rd turn at Abort231111 4 th turn at Abort301181 5 th turn at Abort371251 6 th turn at Abort441321 7 th turn at Abort511391 8 th turn at Abort581461 Drawing by T. Leveling

35 Delivery Ring Extraction Extraction layout is driven by resonantly extracted beam for Mu2e Electrostatic septa surrounding D2Q3 bend beam horizontally ~1 mr each Mu2e resonantly extracted protons have much smaller emittance than g-2 muons Lambertson is required for Mu2e to work with electrostatic septa A large aperture quadrupole is required at D2Q5, larger than Pbar LQx An 8Q32 quadrupole and C-Magnet both provide additional vertical bends Mu2e has Delivery Ring optics that are unfavorable for maximizing g-2 Ring acceptance Different optics and different horizontal trajectories are needed for g-2 and Mu2e A large horizontal bump across the extraction region is used for g-2 g-2 needs an extraction kicker for beam to enter the M4 line Best location for kickers is where Mu2e septa will eventually reside A two kicker system will be used for g-2 dedicated running Existing Pbar kickers can be used as-is Two kicker layouts are planned for g-2 dedicated running vs. “dual mode” For dual mode, a single module can be used(a benefit of the 3.09 GeV/c momentum) with a altered impedance to increase strength Extraction scheme provides 40 pi-mm-mr acceptance for g-2 and a common extraction channel for both experiments 351/23/2013J. Morgan

36 g-2 extraction trajectories Horizontal bump across extraction region (note different scales) Bump created by motorized quadrupoles at 203, 204, 206 and 207 361/23/2013J. Morgan

37 37 Mu2e extraction trajectory (horizontal bump removed) 1/23/2013J. Morgan

38 Extraction kicker layouts 38 g-2 operation and Mu2e beamline commissioning (uses Pbar EKIK modules with 12.5Ω impedance) Dual mode – either g-2 or Mu2e can run (uses Pbar IKIK modules with 8.33Ω impedance) 1/23/2013J. Morgan

39 g-2 operation and Mu2e commissioning Horizontal bend (5  ) Injection kickers Injection Septum and C-magnet Extraction Lambertson and C-magnet Extraction kickers Vertical bends Vertical bend 39 1/23/2013

40 Horizontal bend (5  ) Injection kickers Injection Septum and C-magnet Extraction Lambertson and C-magnet Vertical bends Vertical bend 40 1/23/2013 Extraction septa (Mu2e) Extraction kicker (g-2) Dual running mode configuration

41 Extraction Region 41 Bend angles of Lambertson, LQ and C-Magnet Extraction region Carol Johnstone – M4 line optics 1/23/2013J. Morgan 8Q32 40 pi-mm-mr beam envelopes

42 Extraction beamlines (M4 and g-2) M4 Line First 20 m of line must fit above Delivery Ring, requiring at least 30” separation Elevation change to 48” above Delivery Ring is completed before Left Bend Location of Left Bend is critical to location of MC-1 (g-2) and Mu2e buildings MC-1 building is highly constrained by road and utility corridors Mu2e building also constrained to east and north (wetlands) Process of eliminating mechanical conflicts and using available pbar magnets of known designs has shifted bend downstream from what was shown for Mu2e CD-1 Review Left Bend dipole configuration has been changed to increase total bend to ~40° Original concept of “split” between M4 and g-2 now more difficult to design M4 line from Left Bend to Mu2e must incorporate several features Extinction Diagnostic dump Final Focus, 2.4° downward slope and 2 foot elevation change to target Has not been demonstrated that 40 pi-mm-mr acceptance will be preserved for g-2 Instrumentation: Wall Current Monitors and new SWICs g-2 Line Optics design is conceptual, less mature than other lines Geometry of “split” between M4 and g-2 lines is still conceptual Momentum collimation needs to be incorporated into bend region An additional elevation change of 5 feet is required to get to g-2 Storage Ring level “Match” into Storage Ring will drive design of downstream part of line…need flexibility Instrumentation: Ion Chambers and SWICs from BNL 421/23/2013J. Morgan

43 External beam lines 431/23/2013J. Morgan

44 M4 line optics Delivery Ring through Mu2e collimation section 441/23/2013J. Morgan

45 Carol Johnstone Split between the M4 and g-2 lines g-2 line splits from M4 line in the middle of the left bends Bend angle of third dipole is 6° for Mu2e and 3° for g-2 Both beams pass through large aperture quadrupole after third dipole (“D” quadrupole) Separation angle between beamlines is 4.5° BNL quadrupole can be inserted in g-2 line upstream of Mu2e SQC 1/23/2013J. Morgan45

46 Carol Johnstone New concept for split between M4 and g-2 g-2 line separates from M4 vertically upstream of Left Bend Elevation change to Storage Ring height is done in one step Has implications for tunnel geometry and radiation shielding in Left Bend region Simplifies optics design because of increased length 1/23/2013J. Morgan46

47 g-2 Line 471/23/2013J. Morgan g-2 line splits from M4 line in the middle of the left bends Mu2e Left Bend is 40°, g-2 is 28° Momentum collimation will be integrated into Left Bend g-2 line is roughly 50 m long (longer with vertical split scenario) BNL 4Q24 quadrupoles and 4D16 trims will be used in the line Vertical dogleg for elevation change to experiment Final focus and matching to Storage Ring will be designed in collaboration with Ring Team

48 g-2 Storage Ring 48 10 cm beam access port 1/23/2013J. Morgan

49 Storage Ring lattice functions and dispersion 491/23/2013J. Morgan

50 Small Quadrupoles (SQ) SQASQBSQCSQDSQE Total Magnets (129)461442198 Accumulator and beam line magnets by family SQLQSDLDMDC/CDC6-x-120/SDE Accumulator5430161220 D/A line700020 AP-2 (except 3 for abort)3000026 AP-3 (after Vault)26 0 40 2 0 Magnet Storage12 4 40 2 5 Total 129342012811 Large Quadrupoles (LQ) LQALQBLQCLQDLQELQF Total Magnets (34)6412066 Magnets made available by reconfiguration of Rings and beam lines 501/23/2013J. Morgan

51 Small aperture Quadrupoles SQASQBSQCSQDSQE4Q164Q245Q36 Available Magnets (152)4614421983182 Estimated needs (~128) Injection line needs (~65)In Development – approximately 65 Extraction line needs (48)1521461 Muon g-2 line (~15)In Development – approximately 15 Large aperture Quadrupoles LQALQBLQCLQDLQELQF8Q248Q32 Available Magnets (40)641260642 Extraction line needs (11)00550001 Other beam linesIn Development – Unknown, but likely <5 FNAL and BNL Quadrupole availability and needs for beam lines SQLQ4Q24 51

52 Dipoles B2CDAMDCEDWASDE SDEW/ SDFx SDBSDCCMAG Available Magnets (43)4880310640 Estimated needs (46)1922126212 P1/P2/AP-1118 M252 M34211 M48161 g-2 line5 FNAL dipole availability and needs for beam lines 521/23/2013J. Morgan Trim dipoles NDANDB4D16LEP Available Magnets (92)36341210 Extraction line needs (80)343196

53 Accelerator Controls The communications duct that carries all Ethernet and Controls signals between the Muon service buildings and the control system will be dug up during extraction beamline construction. New fiber optic cable will be pulled to AP-30 to reestablish Ethernet connectivity and replace the functionality of the controls links heliax cables. Cost for this ($70K M&S plus labor) should be absorbed by g-2 or FESS GPP. Fiber optic and heliax cable provide controls connectivity between the three Delivery Ring service buildings via cable pulls that go through the accelerator tunnel. Careful assessment of radiation levels where fiber optic controls cables exist must be taken into account. Single mode fiber optic cable pulled on the Accumulator side of the enclosure should provide the necessary functionality at a minimal cost. More robust radiation hardened upgrade options are available ($45K - 90K M&S plus labor). Controls Ethernet that runs to the AP-0, F23 and F27 buildings use legacy systems that will be asked to perform at the peak of their abilities. It is assumed the existing networks will function at an adequate level. Upgrade options ($50K - $100K M&S plus labor) are available. Fiber optic cables will be pulled to the Mu2e and MC-1 service building to provide controls connectivity. Cost ($35K M&S plus labor) for this will be covered in the Mu2e External Beamlines Controls BoE. J. Morgan53 X Communications Duct bank to be replaced No fiber to AP0 (Legacy Thickwire) No fiber to F23 & F27 (wireless) 1/23/2013

54 Coordinating AIP tasks with Mu2e and g-2 Project management of the AIP shares the same personnel with L3 managers in the Mu2e and g-2 projects Improvements to transport lines and Ring can be made with the interests of both experiments in mind Weekly L3 meetings provide an opportunity to communicate directly with stakeholders in the Mu2e and g-2 projects Milestones for AIP tasks can be built into the g-2 and Mu2e WBS AD Muon Department has responsibility for making Muon Campus concept work J. Morgan541/23/2013

55 Present status of beamlines Recycler to Target Station line (P1 stub, P1, P2 and M1) RR to Target MAD file has been built, optics optimization in progress Aperture improvement design has matured g-2 final focus will incorporate a quadrupole triplet to achieve desired beam spot size Injection line (M2/3 and new Delivery Ring connection) Current design has small β functions after initial quadrupole triplet in M2 M2/M3 line connection design needs to be refined to reduce costs Design of downstream end of M3 line has eliminated most mechanical conflicts Upstream M3 match for Mu2e is yet to be done Delivery Ring Injection design scheme can accommodate both g-2 and Mu2e Mu2e abort can also be used for g-2 proton removal 30 straight section reconfiguration has project leader due to its complexity Extraction design driven by Mu2e, but preserves 40 pi-mm-mr acceptance for g-2 Extraction beamlines (M4 and g-2) Upstream section of line has mature design with no known mechanical conflicts Left Bend location and strength has been finalized – important for buildings g-2 line “split” from M4 line is being redesigned to simplify g-2 line design g-2 line optics design is at the concept level Completing the initial optics design for the g-2 line will follow finishing the M4 line 551/23/2013J. Morgan

56 Summary J. Morgan56 Antiproton Source will be substantially modified to support Mu2e and g-2 The Accumulator Ring and D/A line will no longer be needed, providing components for the newly configured beamlines 8.89 GeV/c primary beam will require aperture improvements in the beamlines between the Recycler and g-2 Target Station to keep losses low The Debuncher will become the Delivery Ring, operating at a much faster cycle time with greatly increased intensity during Mu2e operation A significant amount of the beamline upgrades will be managed as an AIP Mu2e and g-2 Accelerator L2 manager must track AIP project progress Some tasks on g-2 project are also needed for Mu2e Communication between AIP, g-2 and Mu2e project is a high priority Management structure set up to facilitate communication and creating an integrated plan for the Muon transport lines and Delivery Ring Overall, there is a sound plan in place for the Muon Campus Initial optics work has not been completed for M3 match and g-2 line M2, M3 and g-2 lines only have very preliminary cost estimates Primary beamlines, Delivery Ring and M4 lines have gone through value engineering, others have not 1/23/2013

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