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Shimjith, S.

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FROAKI02 LHC Magnet Tests: Operational Techniques and Empowerment for Successful Completion 3742
  • V. Chohan, G. H. Hemelsoet, F. Pirotte, K. Priestnall, E. Veyrunes
    CERN, Geneva
  • N. Ali, P. Awale, S. Bahuguna, V. Chauhan, M. Y. Dixit, J. A. Gore, J. John, E. Kandaswamy, A. Kasbekar, P. Kashyap, C. P. Kulkarni, A. Laddha, S. Malhotra, M. Mascarenhas, J. K. Mishra, P. Motiwala, K. Nair, R. Narayanan, S. Padmakumar, A. Pagare, D. Peruppayikkad, S. Raghunathan, S. Rao, D. Roy, S. Sethumadhavan, S. Sharma, S. Shimjith, S. Singh, S. T. Sonnis, P. Surendran, A. Tikaria
    BARC, Mumbai
  • U. Bhunia
    DAE/VECC, Calcutta
  • A. Kasliwal
    RRCAT, Indore (M. P.)
  The LHC magnet tests operation team* developed various innovative techniques, particularly since early 2004, to complete the superconductor magnet testing by end 2006. Overall and cryogenic priority handling, rapid on-bench thermal cycling, rule-based goodness evaluation on round-the-clock basis, multiple, mashed web systems are some of these techniques applied with rigour for successful tests completion in time. This paper highlights these operation empowerment tools which had a pivotal role for success. A priority handling method was put in place to enable maximum throughput from twelve test benches, having many different constraints. For the cryogenics infrastructure, it implied judicious allocation of limited resources to the benches. Rapid On-Bench Thermal Cycle was a key strategy to accelerate magnets tests throughput, saving time and simplifying logistics. First level magnet appraisal was developed for 24 hr decision making so as to prepare a magnet further for LHC or keep it on standby. Web based systems (Tests Management and E-Traveller) were other essential ideas to track & coordinate various stages of tests handled by different teams.  
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