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** Tasks: ISIS studies (existing target, upgrade to 0.5MW, new target at 1 or 5MW), ESS studies (5MW green field)
 
** Tasks: ISIS studies (existing target, upgrade to 0.5MW, new target at 1 or 5MW), ESS studies (5MW green field)
 
** Coordinator: [mailto:matt.fletcher@stfc.ac.uk Matt Fletcher]
 
** Coordinator: [mailto:matt.fletcher@stfc.ac.uk Matt Fletcher]
* WP3: Fluidised tungsten
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* WP3: [[Fluidised tungsten]]
 
** Task: Engineering related to flowing tungsten powder target
 
** Task: Engineering related to flowing tungsten powder target
 
** Coordinator: [mailto:chris.densham@stfc.ac.uk Chris Densham]
 
** Coordinator: [mailto:chris.densham@stfc.ac.uk Chris Densham]

Revision as of 09:30, 7 June 2012

The PASI project on high-power proton accelerators includes activities related to particle target design.

Work Packages

The target work packages are as follows:

  • WP1: Generic tools for high power target development and operation
    • Tasks: target monitoring systems, high-Z target studies
    • Coordinator: David Jenkins
  • WP2: ISIS upgrades
    • Tasks: ISIS studies (existing target, upgrade to 0.5MW, new target at 1 or 5MW), ESS studies (5MW green field)
    • Coordinator: Matt Fletcher
  • WP3: Fluidised tungsten
    • Task: Engineering related to flowing tungsten powder target
    • Coordinator: Chris Densham

Meetings

PASI plenary meetings will occur every 4-6 months, with work-package-specific meetings occurring at least every 2 months.

Presentations from the meetings will be available under each meeting below.

Mailing List

Collaborators and interested parties to this project should apply to join the PASI-TARGETS mailing list (e-mail: PASI-TARGETS@jiscmail.ac.uk).

Use of PASI Funds

PASI Targets has limited funds for capital (equipment), so no single item over £10k is allowed. Items over £500 need approval from Rob Edgecock.

All PASI-funded overseas travel also needs approval from Rob, if you send a short e-mail with an approximate cost estimate.

Who is Involved?

  • STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
    • High Power Target Group in Technology Division
    • ISIS Target Engineering Group
    • Physicists from Particle Physics and ASTeC (accelerator design) Departments
  • Sheffield University
  • Warwick University
  • Huddersfield University

Links

PASI Targets Meetings
2012 May 1st Kick-off meeting · August 7th WP1 · October 5th WP1 · October 9th Universities/modelling · December 5th WP1
2013 January 29th WP1 · February 28th Universities/modelling · April 3rd–5th PASI annual workshop ·

December 5th Third General meeting

2014 September 9th Fourth General meeting