BLM THRESHOLDS. PAST EXPERIENCE AND STRATEGY AFTER LS1

@inproceedings{Busto2018BLMTP,
  title={BLM THRESHOLDS. PAST EXPERIENCE AND STRATEGY AFTER LS1},
  author={E. Nebot del Busto and Tom Baer and Giulia Bellodi and Christian Bracco and Bruce Dehning and Jamie Jowett and Eva Barbara Holzer and Anat Lechner and Belen Salvachua and Roland Schmidt and S. Redaeli and Alyssa Priebe and Mariusz Sapinski and Joseph Wenninger and Dewey Wollmann and Christos Zamantzas and Markus Zerlauth},
  year={2018}
}
The history and motivation of dump threshold changes for the Beam Loss Monitoring (BLM) system throughout the 2012 run are described here. Also discussed are several dedicated beam experiments to probe the quench levels at different time scales foreseen for the end of the current run. The implications of these results to the threshold strategy are outlined. Moreover, the noise inherent to the BLM system may become an operational limitation in 2014 if running with the current dump thresholds… CONTINUE READING

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