Pixel Upgrade Cooling and Mechanics 30 September 2009

Pixel Upgrade Cooling and Mechanics 30 September 2009

Pixel Upgrade Cooling and Mechanics 30 September 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 1 Participating places (1) RWTH Aachen Lutz Feld, Michael Wlochal, Jennifer Merz

IPN Lyon Nick Lumb, Didier Contardo University Karlsruhe Wim de Boer et al. Fermilab Simon Kwan, Richard Schmitt, Terry Tope, Kirk Arndt 30 September 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 2 Participating places (2) PSI Roland Horisberger CERN Cryolab Friedrich Haug, Jihao Wu,

Torsten Koettig, Christopher Franke University Esslingen Walter Czarnetzki, Stefan Roesler CERN DT group Joao Noite, Antti Onnela, Paolo Petagna, Paola Tropea, 9 July 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 3

Participating places (3) NIKHEF Atlas Bart Verlaat, Auke-Pieter Colijn SLAC Atlas Marco Oriunno CERN Atlas Danilo Giugni, Jan Godlewski, Jose Direita EPFL Lausanne John Thome et al. CERN CMS Duccio Abbaneo, Hans Postema 9 July 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 4

CO2 Full scale setup Following the example of the LHCb cooling plant, we will build a full scale setup for testing purposes Setup based upon CMS-TEC cooling plant provided by Karlsruhe R404 chiller has cooling power of 4 kW at -35 C System uses Lewa pump and SWEP heat exchanger also provided by Karlsruhe 30 September 2009

Hans Postema - CERN 5 LHCb schematic 30 September 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 6 Engineering

Collaboration, involving people from NIKHEF, CERN-Atlas, CERN-DT, CERN-Cryolab, CERN-CMS Schematic created in August, finalized and approved last week. Parts list created in August, approved, except for a few components. Budgets identified, ordering is starting. 30 September 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 7

Schematic 30 September 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 8 CMS-TEC cooling plant 30 September 2009

Hans Postema - CERN 9 LEWA pump 30 September 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 10 SWEP heat exchanger

30 September 2009 Hans Postema - CERN 11 Conclusions

Full agreement on schematic (P&I) Detail design is advancing Budgets agreed and available Ordering is now starting Contact with CERN safety established In principle no serious obstacles Will work together to obtain certification Project is advancing at full speed 30 September 2009 Hans Postema - CERN

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