Diapositive 1 - NuPECC

Diapositive 1 - NuPECC

Status of SPIRAL 2 NuPECC meeting Bordeaux October 28th 2006 Marek Lewitowicz GANIL Introduction to SPIRAL 2 Design goals of the baseline project Status of the construction Letters of Intent for SPIRAL 2 The scientific case of SPIRAL 2 ISOSPIN DEGREES OF FREEDOM IN NUCLEAR FORCES Heavy and Super Heavy Elements Position of drip-lines Equation of State Role of Isospin N=Z rp-process r-process r-processpath path Shell structure far from stability Spins&Shapes Spins & Shapes Neutrons for science Atomic & solid state physics Haloes & Structures in

Radiobiology & Isotope production the Continuum SPIRAL 2 White Book: www.ganil.fr 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 2 Existing ExistingGANIL GANILAccelerators Accelerators CIME CIME Cyclotron Cyclotron Acceleration Accelerationof ofRI RIBeams Beams EE<< 25 25AMeV, AMeV, 11--88AMeV AMeVfor forFF FF Direct Directbeam beamline lineCIMECIMEG1/G2 G1/G2caves caves Existing

ExistingGANIL GANIL Exp. Exp.Area Area Production Production Caves:: Caves:: RNB RNB C C converter+UC converter+UCx target target x 101414 fissions/s 10 fissions/s pp- & & n-rich n-rich RNB RNB (transfer, (transfer, fusion-evaporation, fusion-evaporation, DIC) DIC) Low Lowenergy energyRNB RNB DESIR DESIR RFQ

RFQ p,d p,dsource source LINAG LINAGExp. Exp.Hall Hall Superconducting SuperconductingLINAC: LINAC:Stable-Ion Stable-Ionbeams beams 01/26/20 EE14.5 14.5AMeV AMeV HI HIA/q=3, A/q=3,1mA 1mA 4 EE20 20AAMeV MeV p,d, p,d, 4He He(A/q=2 (A/q=2ions), ions),5mA 5mA Possible Possibleextension

extensionto toA/q=6 A/q=6ions ions Heavy-Ion Heavy-Ion ECR ECR M. Lewitowicz 3 SPIRAL 2 Layout DESIR facility LINAG Exp. Area Low energy RIB GA NI L High Intensity stable beams LINAG Building RIB Production Building 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 4 Regions of the Chart of Nuclei Accessible with SPIRAL 2 Beams light beams

heavy ions RIB induced reactions Production of radioactive beams/targets: (n,), (p,n) etc. SHE N=Z Isol+In-flight Transfermiums In-flight Fusion reaction with n-rich beams Fission products (with converter) Fission products (without converter) Deep Inelastic Reactions with RIB High Intensity Light RIB 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 5 SPIRAL 2 yields of fission fragment after acceleration compared to other RNB facilities (best numbers for all) Today 01/26/20 Today M. Lewitowicz 6 SPIRAL 2 Budget in M as stated in the financial agreement signed on Sept. 4 th

2006 (additional cost) (manpower) (Total cost) Detectors are not included in the investment budget of SPIRAL 2 but France (CEA,CNRS, Region BN) contributes to all equipments constructed at GANIL typically at the level of 30 to 50%. 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 7 SPIRAL 2 Schedule 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Reference Project Def. Safety authorizations Building construction Construction of LINAG Under discussion Stable ion beams from LINAG RIB Reference Planning 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 8 Project Organisation CEA /DSM CNRS/IN2P3 STEERING COMMITTEE National & international Partners Project direction Project management

Sections: Labs: 01/26/20 Accelerato r Scientific Advisory Committee Technical Advisory Committee Scientific Community GANIL RIB production Infrastructure M. Lewitowicz Int. Labs & Partners 9 International Agreements Physics & technique ISOLDE - Letter of agreement signed in 2005 Romania - MoU signed on 28/02/06

Dubna - MoU signed 14/03/06 SARAF (Isral) MoU signed in May 2006 Grant request from the UK community BARC TIFR (Bombay) MoU in preparation (draft) RF system, software LEA* with LNL Legnaro (Italy) in preparation (second draft) Direct beam line CIME-G1/G2 MoU (mainly on d->n converter) to be signed in the coming months LIA* with RIKEN in preparation (draft) Poland - LEA in preparation Triumf - MoU in preparation (first draft) Argonne MoU in preparation (first draft) Oak Ridge MoU under discussion Technical meetings SPIRAL 2 - FAIR *LEA = Lab. Europ. Associ *LIA = Lab. Int. Associ

SPIRAL 2 on the ESFRI list Status of SPIRAL 2 NuPECC meeting Bordeaux October 28th 2006 Marek Lewitowicz GANIL Introduction to SPIRAL 2 Design goals of the baseline project Status of the construction Letters of Intent for SPIRAL 2 Choice of the baseline project LINAG Exp. Area DESIR Road GA NI L Choice of the HI source and injector Number of fissions/s Number and type of production caves 1+ Ion Sources Parallel-beams operation 01/26/20 CIME-G1/G2 direct beam line M. Lewitowicz

12 LINAG Accelerator & Exp. Area - Priorities Construction of the injector A/q=3 Second injector A/q=6 (extension) should be designed as soon as possible 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 13 LINAG Experimental Area n-tof Priority S3 Interdisciplinary Research Construction of 3 halls and at least S3 hall fully equipped LINAG beam 01/26/20

M. Lewitowicz 14 RIB production Two RIB production caves Building 1 red zone + 1 yellow zone Preserve the possibility to deliver in the future two simultaneous RIB for (DESIR & CIME) 1+ Ion Sources Reserve space for an RFQ cooler and HRS (High Resolution Mass Separator) Priorities: Selective ion sources - Surface ionisation Laser (collaborations!) ECR 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 15 Base-line project Summary of priorities

Choice of the HI source and injector for LINAG Phoenix V2 source - for the beginning of operation + development of metallic beams Second injector q/A=1/6 should be designed as soon as possible LINAG Experimental Area Construction of 3 experimental halls. S3 hall fully equipped Design goal for number of fiss./second As close as possible to 1014 fiss./s (safety and building cost limitations) RIB Production Building Priority for Selective 1+ Ion Sources (IS, laser, ECR) RIB production caves: 1 red zone & 1 yellow zone Preserve a possibility to deliver in the future two simultaneous RIB for (DESIR & CIME) Reserve space for the RFQ cooler and HRS (High Resolution Mass Separator) DESIR DESIR building included in the SPIRAL 2 buildings construction phase CIME-GI/G2 Direct beam line To be constructed before the SPIRAL 2 buildings Discussed by SC, SAC & TAC 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 16 Status of SPIRAL 2 NuPECC meeting Bordeaux October 28th 2006 Marek Lewitowicz GANIL

Introduction to SPIRAL 2 Design goals of the baseline project Status of the construction Letters of Intent for SPIRAL 2 RFQ prototype CEA / DAPNIA Saclay 20 amplification x500 15 10 Vane tip displacements at 20 and 38 kW 5 Y 0 -5 displacements are < 60m, (max. allowed 100m) -10 20 kW 20 kW -15

1 38 kW 38 kW -20 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 X 5 34 10 15 20 SC Cavities Bilan mesures proto 1,E+10 C1 17 janvier 2006 (aprs tuvage) C2 17 janvier 2006 (aprs tuvage) B1 30 novembre 2005 (premier test aprs chimie du fond) B2 12 dcembre 2006 (aprs rchauffage, avant tuvage) B2 13 dcembre 2006 (aprs rchauffage, avant tuvage)

A1 20 dcembre 2004 (premier test) 1,E+09 Qo 1,E+08 0,00 2,00 4,00 CEA/DSM/DAPNIA: Prototype cavity (beta 0.07) 6,00 8,00 10,00 12,00 Champ acclrateur (MV/m) 1,0E+11 1,0E+10 Qo Light Field Em ission 1,0E+09 max Eacc = 11 MV/m (Bpeak = 110 m T) (Epeak = 60 MV/m )

Spiral-2 operating gradient Multipacting 1,0E+08 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 6,5 7 Eacc (MV/m ) CNRS - IPN Orsay: Prototype cavity (beta 0.12) 8 9 10 11 12 The Driver Accelerator construction has started Injector

(LEBT lines) Review 06/09/06 Injector (RFQ) Review 17/10/06 SC Linac (Niobium) SC Linac (QWR A+B) SC Linac (RF Amplifiers) Review 25-26/09/06 (Two qualifying Amplifiers 10 20 KW) Preparation of Contracts Dipoles & Q-poles 2006 / 2007 Announcement Sept 2006 Call for tenders Oct/Nov 2006 Contract Dec/Jan.

2007 Announcement July 2006 Call for tenders Sept/Oct 2006 Contract Nov. 2006 QWR A : Announcement 1st Qr 2007 Call for tenders 2007 Contract 2007 QWR B : Announcement Sept. 2006 Call for tenders Sept/Oct 2006 Contract Nov. 2006 Announcement May 2006 Call for Tenders

July/Sept 2006 Contract Oct. 2006 Production Modules (d->n converter + UCx target + ion source systems) Recent solution proposed by Thales Target & ion source Ganil design Recent design (under study) Ganil design Status of SPIRAL 2 NuPECC meeting Bordeaux October 28th 2006 Marek Lewitowicz GANIL Introduction to SPIRAL 2 Design goals of the baseline project Status of the construction Letters of Intent for SPIRAL 2 SPIRAL 2 - Letters of intent (LoI) Towards new detectors for SPIRAL 2 Procedure and schedule: 1. Call for LoI - May 26th 2006 (just after the SP2 SAC meeting on May 17, 2006) 2. Dead-line for LoI: October 2nd, 2006 3. Evaluation of LoI by SAC - October 19&20th 2006 1. Results of the evaluation will be communicated to the proponents by the

beginning of November 2006. Call for proposals launched in 2007 Signature of MoU by collaborations proposing the construction of new equipment in 2007-2008 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 23 SPIRAL 2 - Letters of intent (LoI) Resume SPIRAL 2 Letters of Intent in numbers: 19 LoIs submitted 25 oral presentations of the LoIs at the Open session of SAC on October 19th 2006 LoIs signed by 595 physicists (without double counting) (190 from France, 492 from NuPECC member countries) from 34 countries Spokespersons: 50% France, 50% foreigners Written documents of in total 341 pages 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 24 List of LoI for SPIRAL 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The DESIR facility (Decay, Excitation and Storage of Radioactive Ions) (B. Blank) Main Collaborations:

Decay properties of neutron-rich nuclei (Yu. Penionzhkevich, F. Ibrahim) S3: The Super Separator Spectrometer for LINAG Beams (A. Villari, A. Drouart, J. Nolen) From actinides to super-heavy elements with SPIRAL 2: reaction dynamics and structure (Paul Greenlees) DESIR Fusion reactions: A probe of multidimensional tunnelling (A. Navin, R. Raabe, A. Shrivastava) S3Corradi) Nucleon correlations probed via multiple particle transfer and their influence on sub-barrier fusion (L. High-resolution Gamma-ray Spectroscopy at SPIRAL2 (AGATA-EXOGAM II) (W.Korten, B. Wadsworth) AGATA & EXOGAM 2 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Proton drip-line studies and N=Z nuclei (D. Rudolph) Neutron-rich nuclei (A. Gadea) Nuclear shapes and high-spin spectroscopy (A. Grgen) Collective modes in the continuum (S. Leoni) Nuclear electromagnetic moments (G. Georgiev) Spectroscopy of the heaviest elements (P. Greenlees) -ray Calorimeter GASPARD

n-tof FAZIA High-energy -rays as a probe of hot nuclei and reaction mechanisms (J.A. Scarpaci, A. Maj, D. Jenkins) Studying the r process nucleosynthesis with direct reactions (O. Sorlin, K. L. Kratz) -capture reactions in inverse kinematics relevant to stellar nucleosynthesis (S. Harissopulos F. De Oliveira) Production of radioactive samples for astrophysical interest by (n,p), (n, 3He), (n, a) reactions (F. Hammache, M. Heil) Production targets of light radioisotopes for nuclear astrophysics and basic nuclear science studies (M. Hass, D. Berkovits, T.Y. Hirsh) Improving effective forces, mean field based methods, and predictions: dedicated measurements (M. Bender, K. Bennaceur, S. Pru) Direct Reaction Studies of Exotic Nuclear Structure (GASPARD) (D. Beaumel, R. Lemmon, I. Martel ) Direct and Resonant Reactions with an Active Target (M. Chartier, D. Cortina, P. Roussel-Chomaz ) Unbound states of neutron-rich isotopes via direct reactions (V. Lapoux) Neutrons For Science (X. Ledoux) Dynamics & Thermodynamics of exotic nuclear systems (F. Gulminelli, G. Poggi, G. Verde) Isospin non-conservation in nuclear states and its implication for the physics beyond the Standard Model (N. Smirnova) 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 25 SPIRAL 2 Scientific Community Organisation Steering Committee Project management - Project Leader - Scientific Coordinator .. SPIRAL 2 France Phys. SPIRAL 2 Scientific Coordinators in the IN2P3 & CEA Labs 01/26/20 SPIRAL 2 Scientific Advisory Committee Int. Collaborations SP2 -DESIR

-S3 -GASPARD - Existing International Collaborations - NUSTAR - AGATA - EXOGAM - EURONS - EURISOL - FAZIA - M. Lewitowicz Coordination Committee SP2-NUSTAR WG -Electr. & DAQ -Calorimeter -Tracking detectors -Neutron detectors ? - 26 SPIRAL 2 on the ESFRI list Brussels, 19 October 2006 European Research Infrastructures 35 projects identified The ESFRI roadmap (see IP/06/1431) identifies 35 large-scale infrastructure projects at various stages of development. This Memo gives brief details of the projects concerned. The full text of the roadmap, which contains longer descriptions of the projects can be found at: http://cordis.europa. eu/esfri/home.html

Isotope beams with SPIRAL 2 The project aims at delivering rare (radioactive) isotope beams with intensities not yet available with present machines. SPIRAL 2 will reinforce European leadership in the field of nuclear physics based on exotic nuclei. 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 27 Status of SPIRAL 2 NuPECC meeting Bordeaux October 28th 2006 Marek Lewitowicz GANIL Introduction to SPIRAL 2 Design goals of the baseline project Status of the construction Letters of Intent for SPIRAL 2 LoI SPIRAL 2 - Participants LoI SP2: Number of participants/Country 100 190 Total: 595 90 82 80 70

60 50 40 34 36 34 35 30 Number of participants 20 12 10 9 10 4 1 3 1 3 1 2 0 24 16 16 14 8 24 3 2 1 6

3 1 2 2 8 6 1 2 UK RSA USA Italy India Brasil China Czech Israel Japan Spain Serbia Russia Poland FranceGreece Turkey MexicoNorway Algeria Croatia Finland Sweden Belgium Bulgaria Vietnam Hungary Netherla Portugal

Romania Australia Switzerla Denmark Germany Country 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 29 Choice of the HI source and injector 1000 A-PHENIX A/q=6 100 Priorities RIKEN RIBF 10 1. Phoenix V2 source - for the beginning of operation + development of metallic beams 2. In 2-3 years a choice of the best next-generation HI source (extension) A-PHENIX A/q=3 GANIL Today 1

RIKEN Today 0,1 0,01 PHENIX-V2 A/q=3 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 A 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 30 DESIR, RFQ Cooler & HRS DESIR Facility for experiments with low energy RIBs Spectroscopy of trapped beams Priorities: Laser Spectroscopy

DESIR building included in the SPIRAL 2 building design phase Decay studies Cooling/Bunching Fundamental Interactions Other purposes DESIR building and equipment as well as RFQ et HRS to be financed by international collaborations (not included in the current construction budget) 1500 m2 01/26/20 M. Lewitowicz 31 Production Modules d->n Converter -> vertical wheel Bearings under study, to reduce friction Several solutions to be tested 417 797 1181 1621 93

1512 882 Oven -> measurements with a Tantalum oven and a Carbon target at 1500C 148 235 cramique 1217 IPNOrsay-Ganil Next measurements at 2000C before the end of this year UCx target: calculation to reduce the size and weight of UCx Solutions for the waste management under study

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