Low-cost Hadron Colliders at Fermilab Record of
- Dec. 20
- Dr. Ishimaru (KEK), Warm bore vacuum chambers
- Bill Foster and Peter Limon, Report on visit to
- Dec. 13 - Gerry Jackson, electron option
- Dec. 13 Ernie Malamud and Bill Foster,
presentation to "Future Accelerators at Fermilab" group, Snake Pit, 2 - 3:30
- Dec. 6
- Moyses Kuchnir -- Quenches
- General discussion
- Mini-symposium agenda
- Nov. 29
- Ernie Malamud & Bill Foster, Review
- Cosmore Sylvester, Prototype "double-C"
- Nov. 22 - Ernie Malamud & Bill Foster,
July - December 1996
- December 18. Bill Foster, "Status of Double-C
prototype." (followed by tour).
- December 11.
- Chuck Ankenbrandt, "Injector Performance
Requirements for a Really Large Hadron Collider"
- DISCUSSION of Nov. 14 meeting with MIT Plasma
Fusion Center people. transmission lines: next steps
- December 4. Wed. 9:30 - 11.
- Dima Denisov, "Status of spring
- Peter Limon (if he has time), "Report on
November 1996 Eloisatron Workshop"
- DISCUSSION of Nov. 25 meeting with tunneling
experts. Tunneling, Next Steps
- SPECIAL MEETING Monday,
Nov. 25, 11 AM. Tim Toohig (Fairfield University) and Tom O'Rourke (Cornell).
"Discussion on tunneling R&D"
- David Gross, ISGS
- Bob Bauer, ISGS
- Tom Iseley, American Underground Construction
- Pete Conroy, consultant
- December. G. William Foster,
"The Pipetron Project," presented at the University of Michigan
- November 20. Ernest Malamud,
"THE PIPETRON: New Technologies for a Future Superconducting Proton Collider at
Fermilab," presented at HEP seminar, Argonne
- SPECIAL MEETING Thursday,
Nov. 14, 1 PM.
Ali Shajii, Jay Jayakumar, Plasma Fusion Center, MIT "Quench
properties of the double-C magnet"
- November 11. G. William
Foster, "The Pipetron Project," presented at the University of Illinois
- November 6. Wed. 9:30 - 11:00. General Discussion
of Pipetron related R&D
and Spring Detector/Physics Workshop
- "THE PIPETRON: New
Technologies for a Future Superconducting Proton Collider at Fermilab," Peter J.
Limon, Presented at the 34th Workshop: Hadron Colliders at the Highest Energy and
Luminosity Erice (Trapani), Italy 4-13 November, 1996
- October 30. Wed. 9:30 - 11:00. Zhizing Tang,
"New ANSYS calculations on the double-C magnet"
- October 23.
- Bill Foster and David Neuffer, "Report on
- Discussion of TARP tour (to be continued)
- October 18. Tour of TARP led by Pete Conroy
- October 11. G. William
Foster, "The Pipetron Project," presented at ISEKI (Japan)
- October 10. G. William
Foster, "The Pipetron Project," presented at KEK
- October 9. G. William
Foster, "The Pipetron Project," presented at JSTT (Japan Society for Trenchless
- October 9. G. William
Foster, "The Pipetron Project," presented at ALVALAB Industrial Consortium
- October 9. Pat Colestock, "Discussion of
- Oct. 2. Hans Jostlein,
- "Advanced microtunnel concepts from
- "Conductor Current sharing"
- "Continuous cable/cryostat assembly"
- Sept. 25. Vladimir Shiltsev, "Pipetron
Dynamics Under Noise"
- Sept. 11. Jim Norem, "update on the e+e-
- September 4.
- Bob Kephart, "Cryostability"
- Sasha Zlobin, "Transmission line quench
- August 21. Continued discussion on "R&D:
- Karl Koepke, "Transmission Line R&D"
- Vladimir Shiltsev, "Vibration studies"
- August 14.
- Jim Norem, "Streckeisen STS-2
Seismometer" (and also a few comments on an e+e- (circular) collider
- Karl Koepke. began discussion on R&D Next
steps -- Transmission Line work
- August 7. Bill Foster, "New calculations on
the double-C magnet"
- July 31.
- Vladimir Shiltsev, "Ground motion issues at
Large Colliders: SSC, LHC, NLC, Pipetron"
- Nikolai Mokhov, "Hydrodynamical beam induced
effects" (10 minute tape)
- July 24. Discussion of what went on at Snowmass
and what are the next steps
Pipetron Snowmass Activities
- Summary Talks
- Wed, June 26, at
opening plenary session, Gerry Dugan, "Really Large Hadron Colliders"
- at Accelerator Working Group afternoon plenary
session: Wed, July 3
- Steve Peggs, "(high-field) Large Hadron
- Ernie Malamud, "(low-field) "New
Technologies for a future proton collider at Fermilab"
- Thursday, July 11, at
closing plenary session, Steve Holmes, "Very High Energy Hadron Colliders"
- WORKING GROUP TALKS (mornings)
Friday, June 28
Tuesday, July 2
- Peter Limon, FNAL, "Choice of energy"
- Stephane Keller, FNAL, "Interim report from
the pipetron physics/detector team"
- Joe Rogers, Cornell, "Collective Effects in
- Bill Foster, FNAL, "Why iron magnets are 10x
cheaper/TeV than cos-theta magnets"
Wednesday, July 3
- Nikolai Mokhov, FNAL, "100 TeV beam induced
deleterious effects: high energy collider beam collimation and abort"
- C. Thornton Murphy, FNAL, "Beam line to a
Friday, July 5
- Bob Diebold, DOE, "Optimization of the
Physics Per Buck for an RLHC or How Big An Energy Jump?"
- David Neuffer, FNAL, "Injection"
- Bruce Brown, FNAL, "Remanence Effects on
Field Shape at Low Fields in Iron dominated magnets"
Monday, July 8
- Joe Lach, FNAL, "Geology, Tunneling,
Technology, People (Summary of Pipetron Tunneling/Collider Enclosure Team report)"
- John Peoples, FNAL, "Considerations for going
- Peter Limon, FNAL, "High field magnet
- Dima Denisov, FNAL, "Detector issues for a
100 - 200 TeV pp collider"
Tuesday, July 9
- Hans Jostlein, FNAL, C. T. Murphy, FNAL, Karen
Kephart, FNAL, and Stan Pruss, FNAL "Really Large Hadron Collider: Magnet
installation, alignment and human occupancy"
- C. T. Murphy, FNAL, "Alignment decay or
ground motion -- rms alignment deviation as a function of time"
- Alexander (Sasha) Zlobin, FNAL, "Pipetron
- Mike McAshan, FNAL, and Peter Mazur, FNAL
"Cryogenics for the Snowmass baseline 50 TeV hadron colliders -- high and low-field
- Hajime Ishimaru, KEK, Hans Jostlein, FNAL, Bill
Turner, LBL, "Conceptual design study for a very low-cost aluminum alloy vacuum
chamber in a high energy low-field collider"
- Bill Turner, LBL, "Vacuum issues"
Wednesday, July 10
- Wieren Chou, FNAL, "RLHC issues: Impedance,
emittance, and beam screen (for cold-bore)"
- Pat Colestock, FNAL, "Beam lifetime"
- Sandor Fehers, FNAL and Jim Strait, FNAL,
- C. T. Murphy, FNAL, "Low-field RLHC (50 on 50
TeV) correction dipole T-m vs. alignment tolerances"
- Steve Holmes, FNAL, "Magnet quality"
- Bill Foster, FNAL, "Pipetron magnet design
with larger aperture"
Trip to Colorado
School of Mines Tunneling Laboratory Monday, July 1
- Dr. Tibor G.
Rozgonyi, Professor and Head Mining Engineering Dept
- Dr. Levent
Ozdemir, Director, Excavation Engineering and Earth Mechanics Institute
- James E.
Friant, Research Professor, Excavation Engineering and Earth Mechanics Institute and
President, Excavation Engineering Associates, Inc.
Pipetron Hospitality Suite 5:30 - 7 PM 107 Trails
- Tuesday, June 25
- Wednesday, June 26
- Thursday, June 27
- Friday, June 28
- Tuesday, July 2
- Wednesday, July 3
- Tuesday, July 9
- Wednesday, July 10
Project Names -- many suggestions; none chosen yet
Denisov & Stephane Keller, co-leaders
Accelerator Dynamics and
Magnet and Vacuum System
Team Bill Foster, leader
Cryogenics and Power Supply
Team Peter Mazur & Mike McAshan, co-leaders
Tunneling and Accelerator
Enclosure Team Joe Lach, leader
Beam Loss and Radiation
May - July 1996
- June 19. Joe Lach led a discussion on Controls and
- June 14. E. Malamud, "New Technologies for a
Future Superconducting Proton Collider," EIS'96, Washington, D.C.
- June 12. Weiren Chou, Accelerator physics issues
- June 5. Zhijing Tang and Bob Wands, ANSYS
calculations of eddy currents.
- June 4. E. Malamud. "Future Accelerators at
Fermilab, a vision for the future." Annual Users Meeting, Fermilab
- May 29. Cary Kendziora and John Anderson, Robotics
and small diameter accelerator "pipes"
- May 22. Pat Colestock, Beam lifetime
- May 15.
- Bill Foster, update on double-C prototype
- Peter Mazur, update on cryogenics
- May 8. Discussion of what happened at
- May 5, Bill Foster, "Low Cost Approaches to a
High Energy Hadron Collider at Fermilab," invited paper, APS Annual Meeting,
Indianapolis, Session N3, High Energy Accelerators - Long-Term Future
Mini-Symposium APS Annual Meeting, Indianapolis,
SESSION E12, room 211, Friday, May 3, 8-10:30 AM CHAIR: GERRY JACKSON
- Ernest Malamud, Fermilab (MALAMUD@FNAL.GOV)
"Brief Historical Introduction and Goals for the Symposium."
- W. A. Barletta, LBL (BARLETTA@CSA3.LBL.GOV)
"Overview of parameters for a large hadron collider."
- Steve Holmes, Fermilab (HOLMES@FNAL.GOV)
"Parameters and layout of a low field large hadron collider."
- G. W. Foster, Fermilab (GWF@FNAL.GOV)
"Superferric magnets and prototype work at Fermilab."
- A. Baldin and A. Kovalenko, Laboratory of High
Energies, JINR, Dubna (KOVALEN@SUNHE.JINR.DUBNA.SU) "A 100 TeV Synchrotron/Collider
based on the Nuclotron-type
- Peter Mazur, Fermilab (MAZUR@FNAL.GOV)
"Cryogenics baseline parameters."
- David Larbalestier, University of Wisconsin
(DCLARBAL@FACSTAFF.WISC.EDU) "Challenges and Opportunities for the use of High
Temperature Superconductors for Particle Accelerators."
- David L. Gross, Senior Geologist and Assistant
State Geological Survey, (GROSS@GEOSERV.ISGS.UIUC.EDU) "Geology in the Fermilab
Mini-Symposium APS Annual Meeting, Indianapolis,
SESSION F12, room 211, Friday, May 3, SESSION F12, room 211, Friday, May 3, 11 AM - 1:30
PM CHAIR: G. WILLIAM FOSTER
- Tom Iseley, Chairman of the Board, North American Society for Trenchless Technology, (FAX:
317-826-9625) "Microtunneling and
horizontal directional drilling."
- Karl Koepke, Fermilab (B91790@FNAL.GOV)
- Mike May, Fermilab (MIKEMAY@FNAL.GOV) "Design
concepts for remote installation and repair."
- William Turner, LBL
(WILLIAM_TURNER@MACMAIL.LBL.GOV) "Synchrotron radiation in a large, warm-bore
- Hajime Ishimaru, National Laboratory for High
Energy Physics, KEK, Japan, (FAX 81-298-64-3182, DECNET: KEKVAX::ISHIMARU) "Low cost
warm bore vacuum chamber options."
- A. Baldin, Laboratory of High Energies, JINR,
Dubna "Comment on non-perturbative solutions in the standard model"
- Gerry Jackson, Fermilab (GPJ@FNAL.GOV)
"Accelerator Physics in a large superferric collider."
- Ernest Malamud, Fermilab Outline of topics to work on at Snowmass.
January - April, 1996
- April 24. David Gross (Illinois State Geological
Survey), MidWest Geology (joined by Lisa Smith, ISGS, and Pete Conroy, Consultant
(formerly of Harza Engineering)
- April 17.
- Ernie Malamud led a discussion on "A 10 year
- Bill Foster led a discussion on Correction magnets
and Quench protection
- April 11. Ernie. "Pitch for help at
Snowmass" Fermilab Scientific Staff
- April 10.
- Joe, Mike, Bill, Ernie, Report on NO DIG '96 and
potential connections with industry.
- Dr. Janis Treworgy, ISGS, Geologist, Sedimentary
and Crustal Processes Section and expert in regional and structural geology,
"Geologic Cross Sections of Illinois"
- Stan Yonkauski, attorney, Illinois Department of
Natural Resources, "Introduction to legal need for easements, and a map"
- Also joining us were:
- Dr. David L. Gross, Senior Geologist and Assistant
Chief, Illinois State Geological Survey
- Bob Bauer, ISGS, Senior Geologist and Head,
Engineering Geology Section and veteran of the SSC work
- April 8? Bill. presention at Univ. of Chicago
- Mar. 27. Mike May, Installation/repair scenarios
- Mar. 20. Ernie Malamud, Eddy currents, ramp rates
and injection scenarios
- Mar. 13. David Neuffer, Beam Dynamics and Lattice
- Mar. 6. Mike McAshan, First look at Hydrogen cryo
- Feb. 28 Bill Foster, Presentation on the
"pipetron" - "Future Accelerators at Fermilab" group, Snake Pit, 2 -
- Feb. 21 Joe Lach, GPS and Survey - ("show and
tell" by Bill Fowler)
- Feb. 7
- Bill Foster, Poisson calculation for gradient
- Karl Koepke, How to use surplus SSC cable (and
copper) in a realistic conductor design
- Feb. 3 Bill Foster, Presentation to URA visiting
- Jan. 31
- Mike McAshan, Diameter of the cryopipe
- Mini-symposium, and future meeting speakers
- Jan 24 -
- Steve Holmes, Initial parameter list
- Finalize mini-symposium speaker list
- Jan. 19 Dr. Tom Iseley, Chairman of the Board,
North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT), Microtunneling and Horizontal
Directional Drilling 4-6 PM Snake Pit
- Jan. 17 (smaller group)
- Bill Foster, Stored energies and inductances
- Peter Mazur led discussion on quench
- Jan. 11 Bill Foster, Presentation to TeV33
- Jan. 10 -
- Joe Lach, Regional geology
- Peter Mazur, Cryogenics parameters
- Karl Koepke, Quench protection
- Jan. 4 (smaller group) brainstorming on quench