The following table presents an overview of the state of the functional specifications related to Beam Instrumentation and the links to the corresponding EDMS documents.
All these documents are prepared and edited by the LHC Beam Instrumentation Specification Board. They are then discussed in the LHC Beam Instrumentation Technical Board before to be submitted to the LHC Commissioning Committee and finally the standard LHC approval circuit.
|LHC Ring Instrumentation|
|LHC Ring Beam Position Measurement||Released||01/03/2002|
|LHC Ring Beam Loss Measurement||Released||10/01/2004|
|LHC Ring Beam Transverse Distribution||Released||20 / 07 /2003|
|LHC Ring Beam Longitudinal Distribution||Released||17/01/2002|
|LHC Luminosity and Related Parameter Measurement||Released||10/05/2004|
|LHC Ring Beam Current and Lifetime Measurement||Released||05/01/05|
|On the measurement of the Tunes, Coupling & Detunings with Momentum and Amplitude in LHC||Released||23/07/04|
|Transfer Line Instrumentation|
|Injection Line Instrumentation||Released||08/11/2002|
|Dump Line Instrumentation||Released||10/01/2004|
|CNGS Transfer Line Instrumentation||Released||01 / 05 / 2003|
|Machine Timing Functional Requirements for Instrumentation||In Work||-|
The contents of functional specifications is described in the LHC QAP document LHC-PM-QA-202.00 rev 1.1: "Document Types and Naming Conventions". Here follows the corresponding chapter.
"... The functional specification shall outline the requirements of the product's design by refining and completing the conceptual design described in the "LHC Conceptual Design" [ 6 ], in the LHC Parameters and Layouts database and in LHC Project notes. It shall establish that the design requirements are appropriate and address the intended use of the equipment.
The functional specification should address at least the following points:
- The performance objectives, operating conditions, and the requirements for reliability, availability, maintainability
- Mechanical, electrical, cryogenic, radiation resistance and other technological constraints to be respected by the design
- Safety and regulatory requirements constraints
- Manufacturing and installation constraints
- The basic technical interface requirements of the design
- Requirements for calculations, test and development work, including the construction of prototypes.
This list is not exhaustive and should be completed as appropriate for each individual case.
The documents, parameters, and other information and data used to establish the specification shall be listed as references..."
|Last update: 14 Apr 2005|