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DeVan, W. R.

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MOPAS082 Status of the Spallation Neutron Source Superconducting RF Facilities 623
  • D. Stout, S. Assadi, I. E. Campisi, F. Casagrande, M. T. Crofford, W. R. DeVan, X. Geng, T. W. Hardek, S. Henderson, M. P. Howell, Y. W. Kang, W. C. Stone, W. H. Strong, D. C. Williams, P. A. Wright
    ORNL, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
  Funding: SNS is managed by UT-Battelle, LLC, under contract DE-AC05-00OR22725 for the U. S. Department of Energy

The SNS project was completed with only limited SRF facilities installed as part of the project, namely a 5 MW, 805 MHz RF test stand, a fundamental power coupler processing system, a concrete test cave shell, and temporary cleaning/assembly facilities. A concerted effort has been initiated to install the infrastructure and equipment necessary to maintain and repair the superconducting Linac, and to support power upgrade R&D. Installation of a Class10/100/10,000 cleanroom and outfitting of the test cave with RF, vacuum, controls, personnel protection and cryogenics systems is underway. A horizontal cryostat, which can house a helium vessel/cavity and fundamental power coupler for full power, pulsed testing, is being procured. Equipment for cryomodule assembly/disassembly and cavity processing also is being designed. This effort, while derived from the experience of the SRF community, will provide a unique high power test capability as well as long term maintenance capabilities. This paper presents the current status and the future plans for the SNS SRF facilities.