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* Good - [https://prex.jlab.org/analysis/crex/index.php?run=summary/all/run6094_000 Run 6094]
 
* Good - [https://prex.jlab.org/analysis/crex/index.php?run=summary/all/run6094_000 Run 6094]
 
* Good - [https://prex.jlab.org/analysis/crex/index.php?run=summary/all/run6098_000 Run 6098]
 
* Good - [https://prex.jlab.org/analysis/crex/index.php?run=summary/all/run6098_000 Run 6098]
* Good - [https://prex.jlab.org/analysis/crex/index.php?run=summary/all/run6099_000 Run 6099]
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* Good - [https://prex.jlab.org/analysis/crex/index.php?run=summary/all/run6099_000 Run 6099]: a little large bcm asym, but is ok
  
 
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WAC Notes January 30 2020 << >> WAC Notes February 1 2020

January 31 2020

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Production Run List - Slug 121 - IHWP OUT - Flip-RIGHT - Production

continue slug 121 from January 29:

Production Run List - Slug 122 - IHWP IN - Flip-RIGHT - Production

start the new slug at ~ 7 am

continue slug 122 on February 1

Non-Production Runs and Bad Runs

Pedestal/Calibrations Updates

BeamMod Commissioning calibration runs: 6076 - 6084

Issues

  • There are some issues in the injector, resulting in large bcm asym in two runs (6086, 6087)
  • run 6087: after cut, there are still some miniruns with large injector asym in asym_bpm2i01WS, should I cut them out?
  • quite large bcm asym (324 ppm) in run 6099, don't know why. the asym in injector asym_bpm2i01WS is quite large: -8.67 compare to grand average value (< 5ppm)

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