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This document was developed to provide experimenters with a basic guide to what is required by JLab when equipment or materials are brought here from other facilities and for procurements made outside our procurement system. This guide will give an overview of the requirements and links to the relevant chapters and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). The EHS&Q manual can be found at https://www.JLab.org/ehs/ehsmanual/index.html. The SME list can be found at https://mis.JLab.org/mis/portal/hazard_list.cfm?noheader=1. Your SOTR/ Sponsor should be your first point of contact for information or questions. If you are not sure who that is, feel free to contact me and we’ll find out.
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The Hall-C Moller Polarimeter measures the polarization of the electron beam arriving in Hall-C. It does so by observing the rate of production of Moller electrons at 90 degrees in the center of mass when the beam strikes a thin iron target. The outer shell electrons in the iron are polarized parallel (or anti-parallel) to the beam direction by a 4 Tesla magnetic field. The Moller electron production rate differs when the beam and target electron spins are aligned parallel or anti-parallel to one-another. Measurement of this rate difference provides a measure of the beam polarization.
The Hall-C device is designed to provide an absolute polarization measurement with accuracy better than 0.5%. A system of movable collimators and a pair of quadrupole magnets allows the system to be tuned to operate at any beam momentum between about 0.9 ...
Hall C maintains two general interest mailing lists. To subscribe to these lists, go to the link below and follow the "Subscribing to" instructions. A list of other public Jefferson Lab mailing lists is available.
The Hall C Email list is used to announce weekly and semi-annual Hall C meetings and for general announcements and news. Archives of previous Hall C mailing list postings are available. (Postings from before July 2009.)
The SHMS Users Email list is used for periodic news about the Super HMS and Hall C 12 GeV upgrade. (Archives)
The Hall C Analysis Software mailing list is the forum for announcements and discussions related to the development of Hall C software for 12 GeV. (Archives)
The Hall C detector for the High Momentum Spectrometer (HMS). Contained in a concrete shield house, this detector is used for particle identification after the beam hits the target and the scattered particles are focused onto this detector . The detector contains several instruments that measure different elements of the particles including: drift chambers, hodoscopes, and gas and lead-glass Cerenkov detectors.
All activities will be held in the CC (CEBAF Center) unless otherwise noted. All lectures will be held in Room F113.
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Welcome to HUGS 2019
Alberto Accardi (Hampton U./JLab)
Residence Facility Rules and Expectations
Melissa Hicks (Resfac) – SSC 72
Bullying/Harassment Guidelines for Students
Lisa Surles-Law (JLab)– SSC 72
Check-in at Support Center Front Desk
Overview of JLab's Safety Program
Estimated Cost Worksheet
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Electronic Expense Report (ER) Process for Visitors
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The Mechanical Systems Department provide a variety of design, engineering, technical, and fabrication services that support the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (TJNAF), a world leading nuclear physics research facility, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. The Mechanical Systems Department is comprised of the Alignment & Metrology Group, Installation/Vacuum Group, the lab Machine Shop, Mechanical Engineering Group (with mechanical design services), and Document Control. These groups are utilized lab wide and service CEBAF, the Experimental Halls, and the SRF Institute, as well as Work for Others in support of other DOE National Labs.