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MOU for Spacordion Tungsten Powder Calorimeter
W. RESPONSIBILITIES BY INSTITUTION - FERMILAB
4.1 FERMILAB ACCELERATOR DIVISION:
4.1.1 Use of MTest beam as outlined in Section II.
4.1.2 Maintenance of all existing standard beam line elements (SWICs, loss monitors, etc)
instrumentation, controls, clock distribution, and power supplies.
4.1.3 Scalers and beam counter signals should be made available in the counting house.
4.1.4 Reasonable access to the equipment in the MTest beamline.
4.1.5 Connection to beams control console and remote logging (ACNET) should be made
4.1.6 The test beam energy and beam line elements will be under the control of the AD
Operations Department Main Control Room (MCR). [1 person-weeks]
4.1.7 Position and focus of the beam on the experimental devices under test will be under
control of MCR. Control of secondary devices that provide these functions may be
delegated to the experimenters as long as it does not violate the Shielding Assessment or
provide potential for significant equipment damage.
4.1.8 The integrated effect of running this and other SY120 beams will not reduce the
antiproton stacking rate and the neutrino flux by more than 5% globally, with the details
of scheduling to be worked out between the experimenters and the Office of Program
4.2 FERMILAB PARTICLE PHYSICS DIVISION:
4.2.1 The test-beam efforts in this MOU will make use of the Fermilab Test Beam Facility.
Requirements for the beam and user facilities are given in Section II. The Fermilab
Particle Physics Division will be responsible for coordinating overall activities in the
MTest beam-line, including use of the user beam-line controls, readout of the beam-line
detectors, and MTest computers. [2.0 person weeks]
4.2.2 Setup and maintenance of Cerenkov particle ID system sufficient to tag particle species
at DAQ or Trigger level. [0.2 person weeks]
4.2.3 Use of wire chamber as outlined in section 2.3.2 [0.2 person weeks]
4.2.4 Conduct a NEPA review of the experiment.
4.2.5 Provide day-to-day ES&H support/oversight/review of work and documents as
4.2.6 Update/create ITNA's for users on the experiment.
4.2.7 Provide safety training as necessary, with assistance from the ES&H Section.
4.2.8 Initiate the ES&H Operational Readiness Clearance Review and any other required
4.3 FERMILAB COMPUTING SECTOR
4.3.1 Internet access should be continuously available in the counting house.
4.3.2 See Appendix II for summary of PREP equipment pool needs.
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Trentalange, Stephen; Tsai, Oleg; Igo, George; Huang, Huan; Pan, Yu Xi; Dunkelberger, Jay et al. T-1018 UCLA Spacordion Tungsten Powder Calorimeter, report, November 16, 2011; Batavia, Illinois. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc847035/m1/10/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.