[Mms-experimental-program] Schedule 137 Now Available

Science Division Shared Account sciencediv at triumf.ca
Thu Aug 29 13:26:29 PDT 2019


Dear TRIUMF Experimenters and Staff,

Schedule 137 (October 8 - December 21, 2019) has been promoted to active status. It can be found online at https://mis.triumf.ca/science/schedules.jsf. Individual bNMR experiments will show up on the schedule next week.

Best wishes,

Chris Ruiz - Beam Scheduler

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Allayne McGowan
Administrative Assistant - Physical Sciences Division
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From: Science Division Shared Account
Sent: Monday, August 26, 2019 2:40 PM
To: mms-experimental-program at lists.triumf.ca
Subject: Schedule 137 DRAFT Now Online
Importance: High


Dear TRIUMF Experimenters and Staff,



The draft of Schedule 137 for the period of October 8th, 2019 to December 21st, 2019 is now available online at https://mis.triumf.ca/schedule/view?schedule=137&revision=PUBLIC_DRAFT<https://mis.triumf.ca/schedule/view?schedule=137&revision=PUBLIC_DRAFT&dateview=entire&weeks_later=1&from=2019-10-07&to=2019-10-11&in=isac_wing&exp=All&detail=true>. Iain McKenzie and Mike Trinczek drafted the Meson Hall schedule and I am responsible for the cyclotron, ISAC, and OLIS schedules.



Note that the first week of ISAC experiments are a continuation of Schedule 136 up to October 15th.



Users can expect minor revisions to occur before the final scheduling meeting, which will occur on Wednesday 28th August at 9:00am in the Auditorium, after which the draft will be promoted to active status.



ISAC target module status:

As announced at the TRIUMF Users Group Meeting, Schedule 137 will operate with both TM2 and TM4 in rotation despite the recent TM4 water leak, which has been temporarily addressed. However, voltage limitations on both modules have meant that we are temporarily unable to schedule singly-charged accelerated radioactive beams of A>17. Significant time has been scheduled in the Fall to systematically study the high-voltage performance of the modules under proton beam bombardment.



Please send me your comments or concerns directly (ruiz at triumf.ca<mailto:ruiz at triumf.ca>).



Yours sincerely,

Chris Ruiz - Beam Scheduler



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Allayne McGowan
Administrative Assistant - Physical Sciences Division
t   604-222-7438
amcgowan at triumf.ca<mailto:amcgowan at triumf.ca>
sciencediv at triumf.ca<mailto:sciencediv at triumf.ca>

TRIUMF Canada's particle accelerator centre
www.triumf.ca<http://www.triumf.ca> @TRIUMFLab

4004 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC  V6T 2A3

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