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E163: Laser Acceleration at the NLCTA Goal: Demonstrate the technical feasibility of laser-driven particle acceleration Photonic band gap structures made.

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1 E163: Laser Acceleration at the NLCTA Goal: Demonstrate the technical feasibility of laser-driven particle acceleration Photonic band gap structures made by lithography (top) and fiber-drawing (bottom). Stanford University Bob Byer (co-PI), Tomas Plettner SLAC Eric Colby(spokesman), Bob Noble (Project Manager), Bob Siemann (co-PI), Jim Spencer, Dieter Walz (UTR & Project Engineer) Ben Cowan, Mehdi Javanmard, Chris Sears (students) Fire Protection Plans, February 3, 2003

2 E163 Layout RF System LASER ROOM SHIELDED ENCLOSURE NLCTA N E163 Counting Room (b. 225) 225 Moved here Summer 2003 May 2003 Oct 2003 ORION Extension 2005 Oct 2003 Add/change equipment inside NLCTA enclosure: March 2004 Overhead Cable Tray

3 E163 Plan April 2003: Core drill penetrations May 2003: Start assembly of shielded enclosure Summer 2003: Relocate building 225 to NE corner of ESB October 2003: Start construction of laser room, rf system March 2004: Installation of beamline components, commissioning 2005: Start construction of ORION low energy hall 2006: Knock out ceiling, North, and East walls of E163 enclosure and join to ORION low energy hall

4 Concrete Shielding Enclosure Fire Detection and Alarm System (“Area 2”) Combustible Content: ~200# cabling in trays Occupancy: FTE per year MCFL: ~200k$ MPFL:~50k$ Total value of equipment: ~$500k Structure lifespan: 3 years Start Construction: May 2003

5 Laser Room Fire Detection and Alarm System (“Area 1”) Combustible Content: ~50# cabling, ~100# books, ~1 liter solvents, 1 rack of electronic equipment Occupancy: FTE per year MCFL: ~400k$ MPFL:~50k$ Total value of equipment: ~$500k Structure lifespan: >10 years Start Construction: Oct 2003

6 E163 Concrete Enclosure Roof Fire Detection and Alarm System (“Area 3”) Combustible Content: ~200# cabling, 3-4 racks of electronic equipment Occupancy: few days per year total MCFL: ~100k$ MPFL:~25k$ Total value of equipment: ~$100k Structure lifespan: >10 years Start Construction: Oct 2003

7 NLCTA-Area Fire Detection and Alarm System (“Area 4”) Combustible Content: ~200# cabling Added Occupancy: 0.1 FTE per year MCFL: ~500k$ MPFL:~100k$ Total value of equipment: ~$500k Equipment lifespan: >10 years Start Construction: Mar 2004

8 RF Power System Area Fire Detection and Alarm System (“Area 5”) Combustible Content: ~100# cabling, ~100# oil, 2-3 racks electronic equipment Occupancy: 0.1 FTE per year MCFL: ~400k$ MPFL:~50k$ Total value of equipment: ~$750k Equipment lifespan: >10 years Start Construction: Oct pack HVPS Extend existing HSSD sampling tube Klystron & modulator Power to modulator, HVPS, other large supplies disconnected on fire alarm by contactors controlled by FACP NLCTA S

9 NLCTA Rack-Area Fire Detection and Alarm System (“Area 6”) Combustible Content: ~100# cabling Added Occupancy: few days per year MCFL: ~100k$ MPFL:~25k$ Total value of equipment: ~$100k Equipment lifespan: >10 years Start Construction: Oct 2003 Additional Rack Of Equipment SW corner of ESB

10 NLCTA Rack-Area Fire Detection and Alarm System (“Area 6”) Combustible Content: ~100# cabling Added Occupancy: few days per year MCFL: ~100k$ MPFL:~25k$ Total value of equipment: ~$100k Equipment lifespan: >10 years Start Construction: Oct 2003 Additional Rack Of Equipment SW corner of ESB

11 E163 Counting Room (b. 225 Relocated) (“Area 7”) Combustible Content: ~200# cabling Added Occupancy: FTE MCFL: ~500k$ MPFL:~50k$ Total value of equipment: ~$500k Equipment lifespan: >10 years Start Relocation: Summer 2003 B. 225 has sprinklers, which will be reconnected 225

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