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  1. EU-FP6 Kick Off Meeting, December 1 - 2, 2005 Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity P. Hülsmann GSI, Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung mbH Planckstraße 1 D-64291 Darmstadt Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  2. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity Content • Present Status • Technical Description • Organizational Issues • Time Schedule • General Strategy for Construction • Cost Overview Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  3. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity 1) Present Status Objectives Development of new RF accelerating cavity based on the novel magnetic alloy materials (MA-materials) for operation at harmonic number h=2 (f = 0.43 to 2.5 MHZ) to provide the necessary accelerating voltage for SIS18 injector operation with high intensity heavy ion beams in a fast operation mode with four cycles per second. Additional Information Presently the SIS18 rf – system operates at the fourth harmonic. At the end of the SIS18 upgrade program the harmonic number two system will replace one of the old cavities in order to enable a double harmonic rf operation with the remaining cavity. It is important to point out that the existing SIS18 rf system does not provide enough bucket area in order to accelerate intense bunches in the 4 Hz SIS12 mode. Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  4. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity 1) Present Status • Boundary conditions for the h=2 rf system • Due to the many insertions which were additionally implemented into the synchrotron ring SIS12/18 in the meantime, the available length in SIS12/18 for one cavity is very short. • Thus, the priority objective is a cavity which has a length of not more than 2 m. • The gap voltage requirement with space charge effects but without beam loading is 40 kV in the frequency region of 0,429-1,168 MHz. • In order to leave a safety margin we demand a total voltage of not less than 50 kV. • If an ordinary ferrite is used for the cavity the total length would be more than 5 m. Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  5. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity 2) Technical Description: The rf-system Technical Subsystems • Cavity • Consists of two independent units with two gaps each • The two gaps of a unit are connected in parallel • Cavity is filled with a total of 24 magnetic alloy ring cores • The ring cores are directly cooled by silicon oil • Power amplifier • One push pull amplifier for each unit • One amplifier consists of two 300 kW RS 2042 SK tubes • One amplifier delivers 180 kW rf output power • Supply unit • Low Level RF and PLC Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  6. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity 2) Technical Description: Cavity Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  7. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity 3) Organisational Issues Personnel • Task Leader • GSI: P. Hülsmann • Posts at GSI • 1 new Scientist (advertisement for post not yet completed) • 1 new Engineer (contract start 01.02.2006) • 108 person-months • 1.12 M€ investments Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  8. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity 4) Schedule (Description of Work) • Personnel not yet available Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  9. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity 5) General strategy for construction • Subsystems to be purchased by industrial companies or institutes • Main focus on system integration Risks • Organisational risks • Staffing (delayed hiring, adjustment to new job) • Tough time schedule due to FAIR-overall planning • Technical risks • Extraordinary technical requirements • Reliability Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  10. Task SIS18-1: h=2 Cavity 6) Cost Overview • No collaboration partner for this task (CERN has withdrawn its participation because of manpower problems) Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066

  11. SIS18 h=2 MA-Broadband-RF-System for Acceleration(Duty Cycle 50% => directly cooled, 13 kW / Ring Core) EU FP6 construction -> non-commercial, reduced price Peter Hülsmann, GSI RF-Group, Email: P.Huelsmann@gsi.de, Tel: +49 6159 71 2066