Any serious calculation of residual activation will have to pay close attention to the contents of this paper.
This is the fork lift that we are planning on using for installation work in and near the Absorber Cavern. Listed here are some of its specifications.
The first document is 14 pages in length. Since it may be too long for the taste of some people, there is a shorter version that serves as a summary. These documents discuss WBS 1.1.4 installation and its overlap with WBS 1.1.2 (downstream end of Target Hall), WBS 1.1.7 (Decay Pipe cooling pipes and vacuum pump), and WBS 2.5 (Installation of Near Detector).
Sent by Kamran Vaziri on 10/11. In his email he said:
Enclosed is my first stab at what we can say for the D&D of the hadron absorber. Note that we don't have any detailed procedures for the D&D of the other absorbers on site. If you look at the D&D section of the SAD of the other facilities on site (including what I said in the NuMI PSAD), there is a reference to FESHM8070 as the guidelines that will be followed. We expect to leave absorbers to cool down for at least 10 years or more. I think this is sufficient effort at this phase of the NuMI project.The reference in the note to "Ernie's construction procedure" is actually referring to the document discussing installation (link above).