40m QIL Cryo_Lab CTN SUS_Lab TCS_Lab OMC_Lab CRIME_Lab FEA ENG_Labs OptContFac Mariner WBEEShop
  40m Log  Not logged in ELOG logo
Entry  Fri Oct 10 03:05:09 2014, ericq, Update, LSC, Which side of optical spring are we on? comparison.pdf
    Reply  Fri Oct 10 03:25:11 2014, Jenne, Update, LSC, Which side of optical spring are we on (simulation) 10x
    Reply  Mon Oct 13 12:01:28 2014, ericq, Update, LSC, Which side of optical spring are we on? AOInjection_SqrtInv_REFLDC.pngAOinjection_SqrtInv_REFLDC.xml.zip
       Reply  Mon Oct 13 21:20:56 2014, Jenne, Update, LSC, Which side of optical spring are we on? (No progress) 
          Reply  Mon Oct 13 21:59:47 2014, rana, Update, Computer Scripts / Programs, Which side of optical spring are we on? (No progress) 
             Reply  Tue Oct 14 17:38:31 2014, ericq, Update, Computer Scripts / Programs, Rossa and Allegra wiped, Ubuntu 12.04 installed 
                Reply  Tue Oct 14 23:44:42 2014, diego, Update, Computer Scripts / Programs, Rossa and Allegra wiped, Ubuntu 12.04 installed 
                   Reply  Wed Oct 15 17:18:10 2014, Jenne, Update, Computer Scripts / Programs, Dataviewer fix with Ubuntu 12.04 
          Reply  Wed Oct 15 02:58:03 2014, Jenne, Update, LSC, Which side of optical spring are we on?  PRFPMI_MC2injection_PosCARMoffset_REFLDC_TRX_response_14Oct2014_TRX.pdfPRFPMI_MC2injection_PosCARMoffset_REFLDC_TRX_response_14Oct2014_REFLDC.pdfPRFPMI_MC2injection_NegCARMoffset_REFLDC_TRX_response_14Oct2014_TRX.pdfPRFPMI_MC2injection_NegCARMoffset_REFLDC_TRX_response_14Oct2014_REFLDC.pdf
             Reply  Wed Oct 15 19:56:38 2014, Jenne, Update, LSC, Which side of optical spring are we on? Meas vs Model AntispringModel_NegOffsetMeas_comparison.pdfSpringModel_NegOffsetMeas_comparison.pdf
Message ID: 10607     Entry time: Wed Oct 15 02:58:03 2014     In reply to: 10603     Reply to this: 10612
Author: Jenne 
Type: Update 
Category: LSC 
Subject: Which side of optical spring are we on?  

Some measurements.  Unclear meaning.  

We tried both positive and negative numbers in the CARM offset, and then looked at transfer functions at various arm powers. The hope is to be able to compare these with some simulation to figure out which side of the CARM resonance we are on.

The biggest empirical take-away is that we repeatedly (3 times in a row) lost lock when holding at arm powers of about 5 with negative CARM offsets.  However, we were repeatedly (2+ times tonight) able to sit and hold at arm powers of 10+ with positive CARM offsets.

 

 

 

I am not sure that we get enough information out of these plots to tell us which side of the CARM resonance we are really on.  Q is working on taking some open loop CARM measurements (actuating and measuring at SUS-MC2_LSC) to see if we can compare those more directly to Rana's plots.

Positive number in the digital CARM offset:

PRFPMI_MC2injection_PosCARMoffset_REFLDC_TRX_response_14Oct2014_TRX.pdf

PRFPMI_MC2injection_PosCARMoffset_REFLDC_TRX_response_14Oct2014_REFLDC.pdf

Negative numbers in digital CARM offset:

PRFPMI_MC2injection_NegCARMoffset_REFLDC_TRX_response_14Oct2014_TRX.pdf

PRFPMI_MC2injection_NegCARMoffset_REFLDC_TRX_response_14Oct2014_REFLDC.pdf

ELOG V3.1.3-