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1 NSF Baseline Review February 10-12, 2004 Optical Module Production Phil Robl Physical Sciences Laboratory

2 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl2 The Physical Sciences Laboratory, University of Wisconsin – Madison Engineering and Instrumentation for Research Engineering and technical staff of 27 Large machine shop – CNC and manual machines Electronics shop – broad array of test instruments Stockroom with large inventory Experienced purchasing staff Qualified suppliers and subcontractors 35 years experience, 6000 projects 4400 m 2 facility

3 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl3 IceCube at PSL AMANDA hot water drill (three generations – 1992 to 1999) AMANDA Optical Module Production (1997 – 2000) Enhanced Hot Water Drill for IceCube –Hose reel and cable reel –Instrumented Drill Head –Mobile Drilling Structure Integration and assembly IceCube Digital Optical Modules –DOM Design – Flasher Board, Delay Board, PMT Collar –DOM assembly –DOM packaging, storage and shipping –Production room –Dark freezer lab

4 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl4 3rd Generation AMANDA Drill Head

5 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl5 A ntarctic M uon A nd N eutrino D etector A rray

6 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl6 Digital optical module Gel curing AMANDA OM production

7 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl7 Hose Reel for Enhanced Hot Water Drill

8 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl8 Hose Reel for the Hot Water Drill -- finished at PSL

9 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl9 Finished Hose Reel with Hose and Mobile Drilling Structures

10 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl10 Hose Reel being assembled at the South Pole

11 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl11 Outfitting of HPP MDS

12 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl12 Interior of Rodriguez Well MDS

13 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl13 AMANDA OM Production at UWPSL FY analog OMs FY analog and ALED OMs FY OMs: –201 ALEDs (198 8" PMTs and 3 10" PMTs) – 11 dAOMs ( 6 8" PMTs and 5 10" PMTs) – 40 DOMs (In collaboration with LBNL) – 20 dAOMs (poured for UC Irvine) – 28 test & development

14 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl14 OM Production for FY00

15 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl15 IceCube DOM Production Flowchart

16 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl16 PMT Collar Installation Jig

17 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl17 Gel Pouring Jig

18 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl18 Assembled DOM

19 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl19 Finished DOM Ready to Pack and Test

20 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl20 DOM Production at PSL

21 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl21 DOM Production Room Prefab Structure

22 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl22 Dark Freezer Laboratory

23 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl23 Dark Freezer Laboratory

24 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl24 DFL Construction at PSL

25 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl25 DFL Computer Room

26 2/10/04 NSF Baseline ReviewPhil Robl26 Quality Control of Production All procedures documented in detail All procedures coordinated with German and Swedish OM facilities All assembly technicians trained Log components in each unique DOM: –Benthossphere S/N –PMT S/N –PCB S/Ns (four boards) Log each assembly operation –Date and time –Room pressure, temperature, humidity –Deviations from normal procedure Record results of each test (computerized)


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