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-======= Shutdown S800/S3 Vault ======= +====== Shutdown S800/S3 Vault ====== 
-This page describes the steps to take to shut off the S800 and S3 vault under two possible scenarios+This page describes the steps to take to shut off the S800 and S3 vault under two possible scenarios. A Controlled ​Shutdown ​involves a scheduled and well-planned shutdown, where there is enough time to schedule and coordinate resources, and communicate with all relevant stakeholders. An Emergency Shutdown, on the other hand, concerns unanticipated situations where the S800 and/or S3 vault must be shut off on a short noticed.
-  * [[Scheduled ​Shutdown]] +
-  * [[Emergency Shutdown]]+
  
  
 +  * [[Shutdown S800/S3 Vault#​Controlled Shutdown|Controlled Shutdown]]
 +  * [[Shutdown S800/S3 Vault#​Emergency Shutdown|Emergency Shutdown]]
  
  
 +
 +===== Controlled Shutdown =====
 +The following checklist describes the steps to follow during a controlled shutdown, where there is enough time to coordinate and plan the job. Please, be aware that the procedures described below involve many different systems in the lab. As such, it is critical to coordinate with operations staff using all available communication channels (face-to-face,​ hourlog, 8am-meeting and short-meeting). Also, a Work-Control-Plan should be submitted. ​
  
  
-The following checklist describes the steps to follow during an emergency shutdown. The assumed scenario is that where the entire S800 (and S3 vault) must be turned off due to multiple reasons. Please, be aware that the procedures described below involve many different systems in the lab. As such, it is highly recommended to coordinate with operations staff using all available communication channels (face-to-face,​ hourlog, 8am-meeting and short-meeting). Also, as long as it is possible (the nature of an emergency shutdown may require to act very quickly), a Work-Control-Plan should be submitted. ​ 
  
 The mantra: Communication is essential. The mantra: Communication is essential.
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 +==== Communication before and after completion of Shutdown ====
 +  * Give heads up to Operations (beam coordinator).
 +  * Heads up to any experimenters planning to run in the vault.
 +  * Heads up to Cryogenics group (request support if needed).
 +  * Heads up to Magnet group (request support if needed).
 +  * Heads up to Vacuum group (request support if needed).
 +  * Prepare and submit a Work Control Plan, at least one week in advance.
 +  * Before and after completion of work, make an entry in Hourlog indicating status of S800. Include also contact information.
 +
 +==== Detectors ====
 +  * Turn off all GUI-controlled HV (including iSeg HV for hodoscope (crystal #20), located in S3 crate attached to FP chamber).
 +  * Turn off power supply preamps and CRDC interface boards (same S3 crate attached to FP chamber).
 +  * Turn off all manual HV in dU6 (OBJ SCI, CRDCs grid).
 +  * Empty detectors and make sure that valves configuration matches "​emptied"​ status described in Wiki.
 +  * Close gas bottles and valves downstream of regulators.
 +  * Turn off CRDCs chiller.
 +
 +==== Vacuum ==== 
 +  * Close ALL gate valves.
 +  * Vent focal-plane chamber with dry N2. In order to prevent air from leaking into the chamber (avoid humidity), make sure that dry-N2 pressure inside the chamber is slightly above 760 Torr. VERY IMPORTANT: during the shutdown, it is important to make sure that the chamber is always filled with dry-N2.
 +  * Make sure that FP Turbo-pump is OFF (turn OFF Turbo Pump chiller).
 +  * Turn off focal-plane big mechanical pump and make sure that both rough and foreline valves are closed.
 +  * Vent all sections, including Spectrograph D1/D2 chamber (assistance from vacuum group might be needed). If possible, keep dry-N2 through the cold head.
 +  * Make sure that all sections are at atmospheric pressure.
 +  * Turn off all turb pumps.
 +  * Turn off all mechanical pumps. Close rough and foreline valves.
 +
 +==== Drives ====
 +  * Retract all linear drives. ​
 +  * Open beam blockers.
 +  * If possible, remove OBJ scintillator and Si detectors and keep them in A1900/​detector lab.
 +
 +==== Magnets ====
 +  * Set all Brhos to 0 Tm.
 +  * Turn off all power supplies, including steerers.
 +  * If possible, reduce He lead flows. ​
 +  * Turn off Metrolab NMR controller in mezzanine level.
 +  * Turn off NMR controller terminal server in mezzanine level.
 +
 +==== Cryogenics ====
 +  * Notify (e.g. email) Cryogenics that all magnets are off.
 +  * Check if there is any He lead return pipe open. If so, notify Magnet group and/or Cryogenics group so they can close it at their earliest convenience.
 +
 +
 +==== S3 Vault ====
 +  * Turn on exhaust fan.
 +  * Leave all lights in the vault ON.
 +  * Leave vault unsecured and fully accessible.
 +
 +==== Electronics and computers ====
 +  * Turn off all crates in S800 rack (S3 vault).
 +  * Turn off all crates in dU6.
 +  * Shut down s800fp PC (in S3).
 +  * Shut down ctl-s3 PC (S3, mezzanine level)
 +  * Shut down u6pc5.
 +  * Shut down spdaq50.
 +
 +
 +===== Emergency Shutdown =====
 +The following checklist describes the steps to follow during an emergency shutdown. The assumed scenario is that where the entire S800 (and S3 vault) must be turned off on short notice due to unanticipated reasons. Please, be aware that the procedures described below involve many different systems in the lab. As such, it is highly recommended to coordinate with operations staff using all available communication channels (face-to-face,​ hourlog, 8am-meeting and short-meeting). ​
 +
 +==== Communication before and after completion of Shutdown ====
 +  * Give heads up to Operations (control room).
 +  * If possible, give heads up (via email) to Cryogenics, Magnet group, Vaccum group, and experimenters.
 +  * Before and after completion of work, make an entry in Hourlog indicating status of S800. Include also contact information.
 +
 +==== Detectors ====
 +  * Turn off all GUI-controlled HV (including iSeg HV for hodoscope (crystal #20), located in S3 crate attached to FP chamber).
 +  * Turn off power supply preamps and CRDC interface boards (same S3 crate attached to FP chamber).
 +  * Turn off all manual HV in dU6 (OBJ SCI, CRDCs grid).
 +  * Empty detectors and make sure that valves configuration matches "​emptied"​ status described in Wiki.
 +  * Close gas bottles and valves downstream of regulators.
 +  * Turn off CRDCs chiller.
 +
 +==== Vacuum ==== 
 +  * Close ALL gate valves.
 +  * Vent focal-plane chamber with dry N2. In order to prevent air from leaking into the chamber (avoid humidity), make sure that dry-N2 pressure inside the chamber is slightly above 760 Torr. VERY IMPORTANT: during the shutdown, it is important to make sure that the chamber is always filled with dry-N2.
 +  * Make sure that FP Turbo-pump is OFF (turn OFF Turbo Pump chiller).
 +  * Turn off focal-plane big mechanical pump and make sure that both rough and foreline valves are closed.
 +  * Vent all sections, including Spectrograph D1/D2 chamber (assistance from vacuum group might be needed). If possible, keep dry-N2 through the cold head.
 +  * Make sure that all sections are at atmospheric pressure.
 +  * Turn off all turbo pumps.
 +  * Turn off all mechanical pumps. Close rough and foreline valves.
 +
 +==== Magnets ====
 +  * Set all Brhos to 0 Tm.
 +  * Turn off all power supplies, including steerers.
 +
 +==== Cryogenics ====
 +  * Notify (e.g. email) Cryogenics that all magnets are off.
 +  * Check if there is any He lead return pipe open. If so, notify Magnet group and/or Cryogenics group so they can close it at their earliest convenience.
 +
 +==== S3 Vault ====
 +  * Turn on FAN
 +  * Leave all lights in the vault ON
 +  * Leave vault unsecured and fully accessible
 +  * Put signs in S3 and S2/S3 doors indicating that "S3 vault is under emergency shutdown";​ include ​ contacts:
 +         * Jorge Pereira (S3 vault coordinator,​ S800 Device Physicist)
 +         * Shumpei Noji (S800 Device Physicist)
 +         * Antonio Villari (S3 vault manager)
 +         * Daniel Bazin (S800 Senior Device Physicist
 +         * Remco Zegers (Magnetic Spectrometer group leader)
 +
 +==== Electronics and computers ====
 +  * Turn off all crates in S800 rack (S3 vault).
 +  * Turn off all crates in dU6.
 +  * Shut down spdaq50.
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   * Reboot down u6pc5   * Reboot down u6pc5
   * Reboot down spdaq50   * Reboot down spdaq50
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-===== S3 Vault ===== 
-  * Turn on FAN 
-  * If possible, reduce He lead flows (not essential) ​ 
-  * Leave all lights in the vault ON 
-  * Leave vault unsecured and fully accessible 
-  * Put signs in S3 and S2/S3 doors indicating that "S3 vault is under emergency shutdown";​ include ​ contacts: 
-         * Jorge Pereira (S3 vault coordinator,​ S800 Device Physicist) 
-         * Shumpei Noji (S800 Device Physicist) 
-         * Daniel Bazin (S800 Senior Device Physicist 
-         * Remco Zegers (Magnetic Spectrometer group leader) 
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shutdown_s800_s3_vault.txt · Last modified: 2020/11/06 14:46 by pereira