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IBL Stave & loading tools. The main goal for today… Review and Validate the SPECS for the Staves (dim., tol., …and the related fabrication processes and tools) Review of the Assembly tools (Flex, Modules) and related SPECS - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • IBL Stave & loading toolsUniversity of Geneva: G.Barbier, F.Cadoux, A.Clark, D.Ferrre, C.Husi, P. Iacobucci, M. WeberThe main goal for today

    Review and Validate the SPECS for the Staves (dim., tol., and the related fabrication processes and tools) Review of the Assembly tools (Flex, Modules) and related SPECS Define the critical envelopes and the way to check them Define the Services assembly at PP0 area (including Cable saver)

  • Proposed AgendaGeneral INTRO 15 (Didier, Franck)Stave Fabrication and Assembly status 30 (Eric, Charlie)Stave drawings + Assembly views onto Beam pipe 30 (Didier L, Christophe)Stave Metrology @ CPPM and UNIGE 30 (Eric, Didier?)Flex on Stave 30 (Francois-Xavier, Christophe)Lunch BreakOverview on FEA applied to 14 Staves 20 (Raphael)Module loading on Stave 45 (Coralie, Maarten, Didier F, Franck) - Handling frame(s) - Cradle(s) for loading - Interfaces to Wire bonding and Pull tester machines

  • Central part (50x30mmx2mm)1000mm250mmExtensions for PP0 + Cable saversTo be re machined afterassembly onto the CFRP profileMold to get the CFRP profile(thickness to be optimized)Outsourced Stave Tooling version #0 Stave Handling Frame (IBL_HF#0)250mmFrom the U shape aluminum profile to a CFRP rectangular shape T300 fiber, 25 units to be fabricated in 3 parts Max length is 1,5mFlatness, parallelism, precisiongiven by the aluminum mold

  • Stave Tooling version #0 Handling Frame + Cradle #0Version -1Cradle#0PositioningClampingPP0 supportCable saver PCBPipe length to be fixed TODAYCover(s) removed for clarity

  • Stave Tooling version #0 Handling Frame + Cradle #0Bare Stave with Flex+Wings Handling frame to be delivered to CERN for Flex assembly All the wings to be folded back for module loading Wing repositioned after modules are loaded and visual inspection done

    Flex wingsNOT SHOWN HERE:Additional V support underneath the Stave Omega (x2)Used for Module loading and Wire bonding processesAS received at UNIGE from CERN

  • Stave Tooling version #0 Handling Frame + Cradle #0When Flex wings are re positioned (and glued to the module)

  • Stave Tooling version #0 Some details on PP0 + Cable SaverPCB Saver PP0 support

  • Stave Tooling version #0 Some details on PP0 + Cable SaverOpenCloseShort flex saversPCB saver

  • Cradle + Spacer Stave Tooling version #0 Wire bonding machine (Interfaces)

  • Stave Tooling version #0 Wire bonding machine (Interfaces)Moved to 220mm(Same on the left side)Due to the capacity of the Wire bonding machine (range of 290mm) 290mm

  • Stave Tooling version #0 Pull Tester InterfacesCentering systemAnd clamping+/- 150mm

  • Extensions up to 7m!Use of standard circular CFRP profile (pull winding?) Stave Tooling version #0 Some details on PP0 + Cable Saver

  • Stave Tooling version #0 IBL_HF#0 for final Stave loadingHalf pipe as a rotating cradleMechanism for stave docking OLD VERSION Delicate kinematicChecking by Didier L with IBL_HF#0CAD Interference check (Stave loading onto Beam pipe)

  • Stave Tooling version #0 IBL_HF#0 (Access from the top)Cutting out thru the CFRP profileClose up as seen from the top

  • Stave Tooling version #0 IBL_HF#0 (Other Integration issues)PP0 support to be worked out(for final integration purpose) Avoid interference / neighbor Allow easy removal when stave in position

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