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Laboratory Machinist Spec Ash River NOvA Lab International Falls, MN
The primary goals of the DUNE and ProtoDUNE Trial assembly work at Ash River is to develop all of the installation procedures required to build a large 40-kton liquid argon neutrino detector a mile underground.  This includes any special materials handling equipment or tooling to safety and efficiently prove that it can be done.  Developing the Hazard analyses, installation proce-dures, engineering notes, and drawings before they are approved by the University ES&H is part of this process.  The trial assembly work is the first full integration of all the different detector components manufactured in Universities and National Laboratories from around the world, all of which have never been assembled as a completed unit.  These tasks require a combination of research, coordination, and co


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