Subject: day shift Jan 30,2000
From: Vivian O'Dell (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 04 2000 - 15:45:18 CST
Shift Summary for day shift, 01/30/00
On Shift: Mike Arenton, Albert Erwin
Hours of beam delivered at all intensities:4.5
Hours of beam delivered at nominal intensity: 4.5
Hours of KAMI data 4.0, beam still being tuned
Accounting of lost time:tev quenches,
Runs ended this shift:
Run 15685 long muon run (about 9 hours)
many short runs for various tests were done
Tapes brought to FCC this shift: none
Accesses during shift: none
Description of Shift:
run spill time comment
06:50 tev quench
07:26 beam returns
10:08 beam returns
Rick Ford begins beam tuning.
11:15 end long muon run 15685
15686 12:00 KAMI_HADRON run, notice that the mysterious
low energy peak in UCAL is gone, realize that
now we have the sweepers on.
15688 12:20 short run to get cosmics to tape for
14:10 beam returns, claim is that quench problem
15689 one spill with sweepers off, low E peak reappears.
14:20 turn on NM4AN, had problems turning it on, OPS fix
door interlock on power supply, we turn it on
14:20 Try KAMI_KE3 configuration, rate of e's down
hole is very lower
14:30 put ZCAL in beam, try KAMI_LAMPPI configuration,
rate of lambda's is even lower.
15:00 zcal removed from beam, NM4AN off.
Rick Ford continues beam tuning.
Priority for next shift continues to be beam tuning since we are
not yet sure how well beam is hitting the target.
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