Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs July 20, 2016
Jefferson Lab Weekly Briefs
July 20, 2016
12 GeV Upgrade
The contract to manufacture the downstream support structure for the CLAS12 Central Time of Flight (CTOF) detector, as well as the installation arm and transport strong-back needed to install CTOF slats into the Solenoid magnet bore, has been placed with a local machine shop. These are the last outstanding items needed to wrap up the CLAS12 detector fabrication. The other item needed for the CTOF, the light fiber bundle to distribute monitoring laser light to the CTOF slats, arrived in June and has been checked out. The remaining fast electronic modules, the crate trigger processors, needed to complete the data acquisition system and triggering systems for Hall B have begun to arrive and are being checked as they come in. Finally, bids are being solicited for the tungsten-based Moeller-electron shield, which is needed to shield the downstream detectors in CLAS12 from that source of background hits. On the installation front, the cable race for the drift chamber cables is being installed, and the parts are being collected for the manifolds needed to circulate gas to the 18 sectors of drift chamber. The initial loading of cable into the race starts later this month, followed soon after by installation of the first sectors of drift chambers themselves.
Jefferson Lab Published Journal Articles, July 11-15, 2016
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Pick Up a Free Book or Magazine from the Jefferson Lab Library!
Jefferson Lab Calendar of Events
July 21: 50 Years in the DOE SC Complex: A Symposium Honoring Claus Rode
2016 Summer Physics, Science Education, Enrichment Programs at JLab
Environment, Health, Safety and Quality
Fire Safety At Jefferson Lab
The Fire Protection & Access Control group, located within the Planning and Engineering section of Facilities Management & Logistics, consists of a Fire Protection Manager, a Fire Protection Engineer and a Fire & Access Controls Technician. The Fire Protection Manager is designated by DOE as the "system owner" for the entire fire protection program and holds a seat on the DOE Fire Safety Committee. The program is promulgated by DOE Order 420.1c and further guided by DOE Standard 1066-2012, with implementation through the ESH&Q Manual. Supporting the group are two fire system Testing & Inspection Technicians within the Facilities Operations & Maintenance section.
The group’s mission is threefold:
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the lab's fire safety program, feel free to contact Ed Douberly, Fire Protection & Access Control Manager, at x6638; Tim Minga, Fire Protection Engineer, at x7310; or John Riesbeck, Fire & Controls Technician, at x7640.
Jefferson Lab Public Address System Test Set for Today at 5:30 p.m.
July 21 Symposium in CEBAF Center to Honor Claus Rode
Inspector General’s Office to Give Fraud Awareness Briefing July 27
Travel Services Transition to Omega World Travel to Begin on July 29
Jefferson Lab Employee Tour Set for Thursday, Aug. 11
Department of Energy Sponsors Food Drive
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