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Barbero-Soto, E.

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TUPAN092 Schedule evolution during the life-time of the LHC project 1592
  • K. Foraz, E. Barbero-Soto, H. Gaillard, C. Hauviller, S. Weisz
    CERN, Geneva
  The Large Hadron Collider Project was approved by the CERN Council in December 1994. The CERN management opted from the beginning of the project for a very aggressive installation planning based on a just-in-time sequencing of all activities. This paper aims to draw how different factors (technical development, procurement, logistics and organization) have impacted on the schedule evolution through the lifetime of the project. It describes the cause effect analysis of the major rescheduling that occurred during the installation of the LHC and presents some general conclusions potentially applicable in other similar projects.  
FROAC03 The Commissioning of the LHC Technical Systems 3801
  • R. I. Saban, R. Alemany-Fernandez, V. Baggiolini, A. Ballarino, E. Barbero-Soto, B. Bellesia, F. Bordry, D. Bozzini, M. P. Casas Lino, V. Chareyre, S. D. Claudet, G.-J. Coelingh, K. Dahlerup-Petersen, R. Denz, M. Gruwe, V. Kain, G. Kirby, M. Koratzinos, R. J. Lauckner, S. L.N. Le Naour, K. H. Mess, F. Millet, V. Montabonnet, D. Nisbet, B. Perea-Solano, M. Pojer, R. Principe, S. Redaelli, A. Rijllart, F. Rodriguez-Mateos, R. Schmidt, L. Serio, A. P. Siemko, M. Solfaroli Camillocci, H. Thiesen, W. Venturini Delsolaro, A. Vergara-Fernandez, A. P. Verweij, M. Zerlauth
    CERN, Geneva
  • SF. Feher, R. H. Flora, R. Rabehl
    Fermilab, Batavia, Illinois
  The LHC is an accelerator with unprecedented complexity; in addition, the energy stored in magnets and the beams exceeds other accelerators by one to two orders of magnitude. To avoid a plague of technical problems and ensure a safe machine start-up, the hardware commissioning phase was emphasized: the thorough commissioning of technical systems (vacuum, cryogenics, quench protection, power converters, electrical circuits, AC distribution, ventilation, demineralised water, injection system, beam dumping system, beam instrumentation, etc) is carried-out without beam. Activity started in June 2005 with the commissioning of individual systems, followed by operating a full sector of the machine as a whole. LHC architecture allows the commissioning of each of the eight sectors independently from the others, before the installation of other sectors is complete. Important effort went into the definition of the programme and the organization of the coordination in the field, as well as in the tools to record and analyze test results. This paper presents the experience with this approach, results from the commissioning of the first LHC sectors and gives an outlook for future activities.  
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