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SiD Surface assembly Marco Oriunno (SLAC) MDI-CFS Meeting Sep. 4-6, 2014, Ichinoseki (Japan)

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1 SiD Surface assembly Marco Oriunno (SLAC) MDI-CFS Meeting Sep. 4-6, 2014, Ichinoseki (Japan)

2 2 SID Assembly Assumptions WeightMetric Tons Tracker1.5 Barrel Ecal60 Barrel Hcal450 Coil162 Barrel Iron3100 Total Barrel3773 Endcap Ecal10 Endcap Hcal38 Endcap Iron2100 Pacman100 BDS5 Total Door (x1)2253 Total SiD Maximum Permissible Load on Road, 60 ÷ 80 tons 2.Assembly on surface of Magnet, Solenoid, Hcals

3 3 Baseline Orthogonal Op.1 Parall el Op.3 C-shape Parallel Op.2 C-shape Orthogon al Assembly Hall Layout Option

4 4 Assembly Yard - CMS 140 m 223 m 150 m 34,000 m2 25 m Control Room Offices Gas 1 Gas 2 GHe

5 5 Assembly Yard - CMS

6 6 CMS Assembly Hall

7 7 Handling of Large Weights CMS Lowering Start-to-End = 12 months for 11 large components < 2,000 Tons i.e. ~ 1 Heavy lift /month 3 rings 5 rings Endcap - Endcap + Barrel

8 8 ILC SID = 3 components (2 x 2,500 T and 1 x 4,000 T) ILD = 5 components ( 3 barrel rings and two doors) SID+ILD Combined < CMS

9 Surface Hall Contruction Schedule

10 Ground Leveling, Pockets excavation t1=0.5 years t0=0.5 years Surface Hall Contruction Schedule

11 Assembly Halls t1=0.5 years t0=1 year Surface Hall Contruction Schedule

12 Platforms t1=0.5 years to=1.5 years Surface Hall Contruction Schedule

13 Bridge cranes t1=0.5 years to=2.0 years Surface Hall Contruction Schedule

14 Detectors construction T1=4.0 years To=6.0 years Surface Hall Contruction Schedule

15 Shaft excavation T1=2.0 years To=6.0 years Surface Hall Contruction Schedule

16 16 SID Assembly Workflow ~ 60 tons Road Transport Bridge Crane ~ 200 tons Gantry 4,000 tons Tasks 1.Transport from factories to the site 2.Assembly 3.Magnet Commissioning 4.Lowering ~ 50 pieces / 60 tons

17 17 ILC Assembly Hall - Proposal

18 18 Barrel Construction

19 R (m)Width (mm)Weight (tons) Accrued Sector Weight Accrued Barrel Weight L5900Plate Thickness200Plate Gap40Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Magnet Design – Segmentation Options R (m)Width (mm)Weight (tons) Accrued Sector Weight Accrued Barrel Weight L5900Plate Thickness200Plate Gap40Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate edges 8 edges

20 20 Magnet Barrel Design 30 tons Max per plate Single plate: 17 tons through 29 tons

21 21 Iron Barrel Yoke layout Bolted assembly, 144 plates 200 mm thick, 40mm gap Opportunity to make blank assembly at the factory before shipping Preliminary Contacts with Kawasaki Heavy Industries Plate thickness tolerance for each: 0.1mm Plate flatness: 4mm (in a plate) Fabrication (assembling & welding) tolerance: 2mm Full trial assembly: capable (but need to study) 3990 tons

22 22 Solenoid Assembly DID Ring 1 Ring 2 6 m Total weight, 162 t

23 23 Magnet Assembly tons assemblies delivered to the site and installed with tons capacity cranes 33 tons vacuum tanks installed in the barrel 64 tons solenoid coils delivered to the site and vertically assembled in to a cold mass Solenoid swiveled and inserted inside the vacuum cryostat

24 24 Solenoid Coil Module 64 tons Max.

25 25 Swiveling platform

26 26 SID Assembly Hall 200 t crane 4,000 gantry 25 m

27 27 Magnet Commissioning, Field Map

28 28 Lowering Step 1, Door +

29 29 Lowering Step 2, Door -

30 30 Lowering Step 3, Barrel

31 HCAL Installation, Underground Through the Horizontal Tunnel or the Vertical shaft

32 Required Infrastructures on surface ~ 200 metric tons bridge crane with double trolley ~ 4,000 metric tons Gantry One platform 25 m x 20 m with 50 m motion range Motion system at floor for Doors and HCals Cold box 4K for the commissioning of the Solenoid Gas system for the commissioning of the muon detectors Machine Shop Adequate Storage for heavy tooling Office space

33 33 SPARE SLIDES

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