Subject: Shift Summary for Day Shift, Jan. 17, 00
From: Vivian O'Dell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 04 2000 - 15:28:54 CST
Shift Summary for Day Shift, Jan. 17, 00
On Shift: Brad C., M. Arenton
plus cast of thousands come to sample the
Hours of beam available at all intensities: 0.0 hours
Hours of beam available at nominal intensity: 0.0 hours
Hours of E799 data (special runs not included): 0.0 hours
Hours of special runs (laser scans, muon runs...): 1.0 hours
Accounting of lost time:
End of E799 run. Last beam at ~8:01 AM
Change over to KAMI test
Runs ended this shift:
Tapes taken to FCC this shift
UPH059, UPK042, UPF079
Accesses during shift:
Overview of shift:
8:00 Analysis magnet off; Toasts to the end of E799 run
8:05 Turn off BA, HG high voltages, request turn off of NM3S
8:30 long laser run started
8:30 BA uncabling underway
8:40 Survey crews arrive, lock out DC HV and prepare to survey
8:45 NM3 is opened and gate valve closed and locked. Crew
arrives to survey and swap defining collimator insert.
9:20 BA uncabeling is finished.
9:30 Troubles with laser scan traced to a clear that had not
been established when using a fake spill. Now running
10:00 Concrete block removal begins.
10:30 Good laser scan run 15553 finished, data to disk only
10:50 Tapes taken to Feynman.
11:40 Concrete blocks are all out. Instead of the 5 large blocks
expected, there were actually 15 smaller ones.
13:25 Old BA and stand removed.
14:00 New BA stand dropped in
14:15 BAH dropped into place
14:35 BAG dropped into place
15:00 Replacing shielding blocks
15:30 shift ends
Description of Shift:
"controlled chaos", lots of work
Follow up Notes on Previous Shift
Continue with KAMI setup
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