Kick of meeting EFDA ITER Goal Oriented Training - IRFM

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Kick of meeting EFDA ITER Goal Oriented Training - IRFM
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Association EURATOM-CEA
Direction des sciences de la matière
Institut de Recherche sur la Fusion par confinement
Magnétique
Service intégration plasma paroi
Activité
I NG ENI ERI E DES PRO JET S MECANI Q UES
Nature
CO MPT E RENDU DE REUNI O N
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PEFC/CRR-2008.024
Titre
Kick Off Meeting EFDA ITER Goal Oriented Training Programme Port Plug Engineering
Auteur(s)
L. Doceul
Résumé
Summary of the kick off meeting of the ITER Goal Oriented Training Progamme Port Plug
Engineering held on the 19/11/08.
Annexe (s)
ANNEX 1 : Main points discussed
ANNEX 2 : WP1 description
ANNEX 3 : WP2 description
ANNEX 4 : WP4 description
ANNEX 5 : WP5 description
ANNEX 6: Courses and Events
ANNEX 7: Sharing between associations
ANNEX 8: Sharing with industrial partners
ANNEX 9: Administrative matters
Destinataires :
CEA: L.Doceul, M. Faury, C. Laviron, Ph. Magaud, JP.Martins, S. Salasca
EFDA :B. Franel, F. Le Guern
FZJ: O. Neubauer
FZK: A. Gaetano, H. Neuberger, T. Scherer, D. Strauss
HAS: O. Bede
Visa Rédacteur
Visa Vérificateur
L.DOCEUL
JP. MARTINS
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EFDA ITER GOAL ORIENTED TRAINING PROGRAMME PORT PLUG ENGINEERING
Date: November 19th, 2008; CEA-Cadarache
Summary of the kick off meeting:
Participants:
CEA: Doceul Louis, Martins Jean-Pierre, Salasca Sophie
FZJ: Neubauer Olaf
FZK: Neuberger Heiko, Scherer Theo (representing Strauss Dirk), Aiello Gaetano (trainee WP3)
HAS: Bede Otto
The aim of this kick off meeting is to give the status of each work programme and the recruitment
associated.
The points related to the events to be organized during the total duration of the task agreement have
been also discussed.
Finally miscellaneous points such as deliverable or financial questions have been discussed.
The annex 1 describes the main points to be discussed during the meeting.
The status of the recruitment relative to each work programme is the following:
WP1: Dapena Miguel will start his 3 years contract on the 5th January 2009
WP2: Michal Sébastien will start his 3 years contract on the 5th January 2009
WP3: Gaetano Aiello started his contract on the 1st September 2009
WP4: Recruitment on going (no candidate yet)
WP5: Recruitment on going (5 candidates perhaps to be shared with WP4), starting date probably in
January 2009.
WP6: One candidate has been interviewed (some documents of this candidate are missing).
The annex 2, 3, 4 and 5 describe respectively the work programme 1, 2, 4 and 5.
The annex 6 describes the courses and events to be organized during the task agreement.
The annex 7 describes the sharing of the trainees between the partner associations (subject, duration,
date).
The annex 8 describes the possible sharing with industrial partners.
The annex 9 describes the administrative matters of the training programme (EFDA document).
Some questions relative to the organization particularly on financial (reimbursement) have been raised
and need to be clarified. A meeting with the EFDA Responsible Officer of the Task Agreement was
suggested.
The next meeting should be organized when all the trainees will be engaged.
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ANNEX 1
MAIN POINTS DISCUSSED
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TORE SUPRA
Kick off meeting EFDA ITER Goal Oriented Training Programme
Port Plug Engineering
Participating host associations
CEA: Doceul Louis, Martins Jean-Pierre, Salasca Sophie
FZJ : Neubauer Olaf
FZK : Neuberger Heiko, Strauss Dirk
HAS : Bede Otto
1 – Introduction
2 – Work package description
3 – Course and events for next year
4 – Trainees sharing
5 – Miscellaneous
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1 – Introduction
The EFDA Steering Committee approved the EFDA 2008 Work Programme, including the implementation of
training programmes in the field of fusion energy research. One of these being in the field of Engineering
Design and Construction called ITER-PPE (ITER Port-Plug Engineering).
The thematic of the PPE training program being engineering associated to the procurement of the ITER
Port Plug including: design, structural analysis, neutronics, material requirement, nuclear requirement,
safety, manufacturing aspect, assembly aspect, maintenability …
This program will take place within a large collaborative group to provide the technical know-how and the
skills which are necessary for the engineering of components for ITER and for the management of ITER
relevant projects.
It is intended to train early-stage engineers during 3 years.
Each trainee will work on particular engineering tasks falling under a defined project within the “Host
Association” together with the other participating partners supporting the project (about 80% within host
association, 20% within partner associations).
Specific courses will also be chosen in order to quickly become familiar with fusion physics and fusion
technology.
The official starting date of the ITER GOT PPE is 1st september 2008 established for 4 years the first year
being devoted to the recruitment of the trainees.
Administrative aspects given by EFDA
Kick off meeting ITER GOT PPE
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2 – Work programmes description
Work Programmes
WP1 (CEA)
Tutor: Sophie Salasca
Trainee: Miguel Dapena (Jan 09)
Nuclear Requirements in different phases from the engineering design to
decommissioning (particular application on ITER diagnostic port plug equatorial 1)
WP2 (CEA)
Tutor: Jean Pierre Martins
Trainee: Sébastien Michal (Jan 09)
Maintainability associated to ITER Component Lifecycle
(particular application on ITER diagnostic port plug equatorial 1)
WP3 (FZK)
Tutor: Dirk Strauss
Materials, manufacturing and assembly of upper port plug structures
(particular application on ITER ECRH upper port plug)
Trainee:Gaetano Aiello (sept 08)
WP4 (FZK)
Tutor: Heiko Neuberger
Trainee:
Design, manufacturing and integration of ITER relevant structural components
(particular application on ITER TBM equatorial port plug)
WP5 (HAS)K)
Tutor: Otto Bede
Trainee:
Thermomechanical Engineering of In-Vessel Components
(particular application on ITER diagnostics)
WP6 (FZJ)
Tutor: Olaf Neubauer
Trainee: Romaric Voinchet (??)
Feasibility of manufacturing in the design of ITER in-vessel components
(particular application on ITER CXRS diagnostic port plug)
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3 – Course and events for next year
Table to be discussed
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4 – Trainee sharing
To be discussed:
Sharing between association
Sharing with industrial partner
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5 – Miscellaneous: See task agreement ITER GOT PPE
Deliverables description, for 2009 and for each work programme:
•T0 is the start date of each associated 3 years training contract.
•First deliverable (3 month) ‘’Personal Career Development Plan’’ (EFDA form to be filled).
•At the end of 2009, progress report (progress made, activity status, skill obtained, corrective action if
any, …)
•Specific deliverable see table 4.1
•Financial status for 2009.
Other matters ??
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ANNEX 2
WP1 DESCRIPTION
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Work Program 1
Nuclear requirements in different phases from the engineering design to
decommissioning
Host association : CEA
Involved associations : FZK, FZJ, HAS, ITER Organization
Industrial company : AREVA TA (TBC)
Trainee : Miguel DAPENA FEBRER
Date of contract : 5th January 2009 – 4th January 2012
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S. Salasca
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DESCRIPTION OF WORK PROGRAM 1
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Objectives (extract of Task Agreement – 15th July 2008)
Specificity of ITER : D + T reaction ⇒ management of tritium and shielding
against neutrons and gammas induced by the reaction
Main objective : give to a young engineer the knowledge necessary to efficiently
apply the nuclear safety rules in ITER projects
Application : the knowledge acquired during the training will be applied to the
project "ITER diagnostic equatorial port plug 1" ("Procurement Package 11"). The
trainee will be integrated in the CEA team working on this project
Content of training : general courses on fusion and ITER, specific courses on
nuclear engineering, application to equatorial port plug 1
Candidate : young mechanical engineer, experience < 4 years, with good basic
knowledge in nuclear engineering
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Description of work -1/2
Introductory courses to fusion and ITER - ~3 months in 2009
Fusion physics and technology
Design tools (CATIA V5, ANSYS, MCNP…)
ITER design
Quality Assurance in nuclear engineering
Specific courses – ~3 months from 2009 to 2011
Nuclear safety rules
Nuclear codes and standards (RCC-MR, RCC-MX, ASME…)
Radiation protection
Remote handling
Vacuum technology
Project management
Procurement management
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DESCRIPTION OF WORK PROGRAM 1
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Description of work – 2/2
Application to ITER diagnostic equatorial port plug 1 - ~15 months from 2009
Nuclear safety implementation
Participation to technical specification and management specification
Application to manufacturing issues – ~15 months from 2010
Prototyping
Contracting
Manufacturing follow-up
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External stays proposed
In other ITER-PPE associations :
3 months in FZK to work on neutronic aspects
3 months in FZJ to work on the manufacturing issues of the upper port plug 3
(CXRS diagnostic port plug)
In industrial companies :
3 months in AREVA TA (TBC)
In other labs :
3 months in a CEA lab specialised in neutronic calculations (TRIPOLI code) (TBC)
x month(s) in ENEA Frascati to work on neutronic calculations (MCNP code) (TBC)
x month(s) in IO (subject to be defined) (TBC)
More than 1 year outside the host association
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DESCRIPTION OF WORK PROGRAM 1
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Brief description of selected candidate
Miguel DAPENA FEBRER - Spanish citizen – 25 years old
Education :
Master degree in Industrial Engineering, Escola Tècnica Superior d’Enginyeria
Industrial de Barcelona, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – Degree obtained in
January 2007
Specialisation in nuclear technology during the engineering studies : basic
nuclear engineering, nuclear physics, ionising radiation technology, radiation
detection and measure, nuclear plants, nuclear safety and radiological protection,
physics of nuclear reactors, nuclear fusion
"European Master of Science in Nuclear Energy" to be obtained in March 2009,
delivered by ENEN (European Nuclear Education Network)
Since achievement of Master degree : fellowships at the Universitat Politècnica
de Catalunya from January to July 2007, 3 months courses at the end of 2007 in
SCK.CEN in Mol
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ANNEX 3
WP2 DESCRIPTION
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Goal Oriented Training Program
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Port Plug Engineering
EFDA ITER - Goal Oriented Training Program
Port Plug Engineering
Kick off meeting
Work Program 2 :
Maintainability associated to ITER
Component Lifecycle
[email protected]
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Goal Oriented Training Program
TORE SUPRA
Port Plug Engineering
Work Program description
Objectives
Description of Work
Deliverables
Candidate profile
Education
Experience
Motivation
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Maintainability associated to ITER Component Lifecycle
Work Program description
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Work Program description
Objectives
Description of Work
Deliverables
Candidate profile
Education
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Work Program description
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Objectives
Background
Cause = nuclear fusion reactions for long term
⇒ high magnetic fields
⇒ produces high energy neutron
⇒ generates very high temperatures
Consequence = maintenance in nuclear environment
⇒ make first wall components highly constrained and causes its wear
⇒ many parts of this region must be replaced or refurbished during the reactor’s life
⇒ maintenance of a reactor in exploitation is a critical point, because it directly affects the
availability of the machine and its economical productivity
Program motivations
Even if the goal of ITER is not to be an industrial reactor, it is essential to consider its
maintainability for at least two major reasons:
⇒ To have powerful available experimental equipment
⇒ To demonstrate that the maintenance by remote handling is possible for the
further steps (DEMO)
Because remote handling is one of the most important technical issues of the whole
project
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Objectives
Examples of basic knowledge to acquire
ITER maintenance challenges (size, environment conditions,…)
Overall ITER maintenance scheme
ITER Remote handling equipment
Nuclear environment and safety bases (dose radiation levels, zoning…)
ALARA
Maintenance for nuclear environments
Remote operations in severe environments
Decommissioning
Expected field of activity
Help to identify what elements must replaced or refurbished and how often taking into
account planned operation and unexpected failure
Maintenance schemes planning and equipment identification
Hot Cell operations and tools studies
Standardization of the designs to achieve “remote handle-ability “
Identify maintenance requirements for expressing design constraints and drivers
…
Goal : After 3 years, the candidate should gather enough knowledge to become an
expert in the ITER Maintenance Plan mainly for the In-vessel elements
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Work Program description
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Description of work (Training courses)
Introductory courses - 3 months
Introduction to fusion physics and fusion technology.
Introduction to the design tools (especially Catia V5 DMU, ANSYS, etc.).
Introduction to ITER design (Assembly, remote handling…).
Specific courses on generic issues - 3 months
Maintenance in Nuclear Plants
Nuclear code and standards (RCC-MR, RCC-MX, ASME...)
Neutronics and radiation protection (ALARA)
Remote handling (possible interaction with PREFIT program)
Risk analysis (FMECA=Failure Modes, Effects and Critically Analysis)
Vacuum technologies in nuclear environment
In order to complete the courses, the trainee could spend some time in French nuclear
companies in order to:
be involved in maintenance of nuclear facilities (such as AREVA TA)
learn how to build remote intervention scenarios in irradiated environments (such as
CYBERNETIX and/or MECACHIMIE)
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Maintainability associated to ITER Component Lifecycle
Work Program description
TORE SUPRA
Description of work (Training activity in CEA)
R&D on the ITER port-plug engineering and integration - 10 months
The trainee will participate to the ITER port-plug engineering and integration projects
(diagnostics, TBMs, ICRH antenna), in order to apply his specific skills in maintenance
processes in the frame of the project. In particular, he will take part to these specific activities:
Technical specification
Components design
Remote Handling impact on design and maintainability
Development of the port plugs maintenance strategies - 15 months
For each kind of port plug, their will be common maintenance aspects and specific activities.
The trainee will help to identify and detail the operations and associated features:
Components Maintenance Procedure and Plan definition (hands-on and remote).
Hot Cells specific equipments. (catalogue of tools)
Standardization of maintenance assembly procedures.
Lifecycle of each kind of port plug
Evaluations of maintenance times
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Work Program description
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Description of work (Training activity in EU associates institutes)
This development should be done with each partner’s involved in the program in order to take
benefit of this time to try standardizing the maintenance procedures:
2 months in FZK working on the TBM and ECRH :
prototypes/evaluation of joining techniques
assembly and acceptance test strategies
maintenance tools and remote handling
3 months in HAS working on:
assembly of diagnostics
DEMO divertor/blanket modules maintenance scheme
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Deliverables
The trainee will have milestones each year, which correspond to training and technical reports:
T0 + 12 months : Report focussed on the methodology to build a maintenance relevant
strategy for the port plug components of ITER, impact of the RH on the component design
T0 + 24 months : Report on main maintenance schemes with associated tools and evaluation
of maintenance times
T0 +36 months : Final report, synthesis of the lifecycle of the different kind of port plugs from
the maintenance point of view
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TORE SUPRA
Port Plug Engineering
Work Program description
Objectives
Description of Work
Deliverables
Candidate profile
Education
Experience
Motivation
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Candidate Profile
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Candidate profile
Sébastien MICHAL
French
30 years old
Mechanical Engineer
Education
2000 : Two-year diploma from an university institute of technology in Mechanical
Engineering (Lyon – France)
2003 : Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering (Besançon - France)
2004 : Postgraduate degree taken after a Master's in Mechanical Systems and
Components Engineering (Besançon - France)
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Candidate Profile
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Candidate profile
Sébastien MICHAL
French
30 years old
Mechanical Engineer
Main experience
From 2005 : CERN - European Organization for Nuclear Research (Geneva –
Switzerland)
Mechanical Engineer on the Compact Muon Solenoid Tracker project (one of the most
important diagnostics of the Large Hadron Collider)
Main skills developed in this position:
Basic knowledge in physics on particle accelerators
Mechanical design and integration (CATIA V5 for modeling - SMARTEAM for PLM)
Mechanical and thermal analysis : analytical and FEA
Manufacturing follow-up
Communication : reports, calculation sheets, presentations,… (all English)
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CMS Tracker pictures
Installation system
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Candidate Profile
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Candidate profile
Sébastien MICHAL
French
30 years old
Mechanical Engineer
Motivation
Deeply interested by all big science projects
Has completed is main previous task during 3 years in the CMS Traker for the LHC and
wants to continue to work in engineering for science
Attracted by the ITER project challenges
Likes the way of working in big prototypical projects
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ANNEX 4
WP4 DESCRIPTION
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Design, manufacturing and integration
of ITER relevant structural components
EFDA trainee
programme WP 4:
Forschungszentrum
Karlsruhe (IRS)
H. Neuberger
KIT - Die Kooperation von
Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH
und Universität Karlsruhe (TH)
19.11.2008 EFDA Trainee Programme PPE
Content of presentation
1 Structure of WP4
2 Objectives of WP4
3 Description of work
4 Status of recruitment
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KIT - Die Kooperation von
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und Universität Karlsruhe (TH)
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Structure of WP4
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Design, manufacturing and integration of ITER relevant
structural components
Host Association: FZK
Associations: CEA, HAS
Companies / Industrials: tbd
Universities: University Karlsruhe
Total Duration: 36 months
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Objectives
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Structural components for ITER port systems (e.g. HCPB- TBM
system) are developed in FZK. The development of these
components includes:
CAD design / drawings
Design verification analysis
development, manufacturing and testing of dedicated mock ups
The trainee will be integrated in a dedicated project team and will
obtain a broad knowledge of fusion relevant components and
technology
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Description of work
(1/6)
Starting phase:
Introductory courses:
Engineering tools (e.g. CATIA, ANSYS)
Project relevant introduction (e.g. FUSION summer school)
Complementary training (e.g. project management)
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Description of work
(2/6)
Main Project:
Trainee will be involved in development of structural components of the HCPBTBM system e.g. Integration of the TBM HCS in ITER:
FZK - CEA
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Description of work
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... or the development of components for TBM structural integration in ITER, e.g.:
FZK - CEA
PP frame / Hot cell operations
Attachment system
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Description of work
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... or Ancillary Equipment Unit (AEU)
FZK - CEA
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Description of work
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Main Project:
Phase I: Design of ITER relevant components (~9 months)
Involvement in “daily engineering work (MDIT-team of TBM consortium)
Work out of CAD design incl. analysis verification
Phase II: Procurement of MU (~9 months, visit to CEA)
Procurement of Mock Ups for design verification
Development / verification of manufacturing/joining technology
Knowledge transfer to industry / supervision of manufacturing
Phase II: Procurement of MU (~9 months, visit to CEA)
Organization and participation to verification of MU in experiment
Interpretation of results
Documentation
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Description of work
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Additionally:
Participation to meetings
Presentation of results on conferences
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Status of recruitment
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Job advertisement is in preparation (HR department)
progressing
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Thank you
for your attention
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ANNEX 5
WP5 DESCRIPTION
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Work Program description and
associated recruitment status
ITER Port Plug Engineering Training Programme
Kick-off Meeting, Cadarache, 19th November 2008
Ottó Bede
Association EURATOM-HAS
1. Association EURATOM-HAS
2. Work Program description
3. Recruitment Status
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Association EURATOM-HAS
Association EURATOM-HAS
(Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
KFKI research campus in Budapest
BME
KFKI-RMKI
KFKI Research Institute for
Particle and Nuclear
Physics
Budapest University of
Technology and Economics
BME-MM
Department of Applied
Mechanics
KFKI-AEKI
KFKI Atomic Energy
Research Institute
BME-NTI
Institute of Nuclear
Techniques
MFA
Research Institute for Technical
Physics and Material Science
SZE
Széchenyi István
University, Gyır
ATOMKI
Institute of Nuclear Research,
Debrecen
Industrial companies, private enterprises, manufacturers
Association EURATOM-HAS
Association EURATOM-HAS
Manager Institute
KFKI research campus in Budapest
KFKI-RMKI
KFKI Research Institute for
Particle and Nuclear
Physics
KFKI-AEKI
KFKI Atomic Energy
Research Institute
BME
Budapest University of
Technology and Economics
BME-MM
Department of Applied
Mechanics
BME-NTI
Institute of Nuclear
Techniques
MFA
Research Institute for Technical
Physics and Material Science
ATOMKI
SZE
Széchenyi István
University, Gyır
Institute of Nuclear Research,
Debrecen
Industrial companies, private enterprises, manufacturers
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1. Association EURATOM-HAS
2. Work Program description
3. Recruitment Status
Work Program description
Work Program 5: Thermomechanical Engineering of In-Vessel Components
Objectives
The plasma facing components, first walls and first mirrors need the most critical cooling system.
During different phases of development the satisfactory performance of cooling must be kept and checked by
thermomechanical calculations.
Thermomehanical analyst experts are essencial for the fusion research.
Aim
To integrate the trainee in a project team of ITER diagnostic port plug development.
(Bolometry, CXRS, LIDAR, Visible/IR Video)
Courses
• Introductory courses - 3 months
• Fusionion physics and fusion technology.
• CAD tools (especially Catia V5)
• ITER design (assembly, remote handling, design book, requirements)
• Quality Assurance in nuclear engineering
• Specific courses on generic issues - 9 months
• Thermomechanical analyses tool (Ansys)
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
• Remote handling
• Vacuum technologies
• Project management
• Procurement management with a focus on suppliers risk assessment
• TCWS, HCS (Cooling systems of ITER and EU-TBMs)
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Work Program description
Participation in ITER diagnostic development – 20 months
•Technical specification
• Components design
• Thermomechanical analyses
• Tests on different facilities
Manufacturing issues - 4 months
• Mock-up manufacturing
• Manufacturing follow-up issues with industrial suppliers
Visitation of collaborator institutes
• 4 months in CEA-Cadarache
The trainee will join to ongoing development of ITER Port Plugs and will take part in the thermomechanical
calculations and analyses. He/she will be involved in technical discussions between CEA and ITER IO staff.
He/she will investigate the thermomechanical experiments of Tore Supra.
• 3 months in FZK
The trainee will be involved in the ongoing experiments and development of HELOKA and MEKKA. He/she
will take part in the thermomechanical analyses of HCPB-TBM and components of ITER Upper Port (ECRH).
(Under confirmation process)
• 2 months in FZJ
The trainee will be temporarily integrated in a project team for the ITER CXRS diagnostic port plug and
his/her activity will focus on the thermomechanical issues.
ITER Projects
Participation in European diagnostics for ITER (TW6-TPDS-DIADES):
• PP21 Bolometers and Pressure Gauges:
Tomography assessment of bolometer array, conceptual engineering design and thermal simulation of divertor
bolometer cameras.
• PP11 Video - Radial Neutron Camera and Equatorial Visible/Ir Wide-Angle Viewing System:
Conceptual design, neutral streaming calculation and thermal analysis.
• PP12 LIDAR Core-Plasma Lidar Thomson Scattering:
Conceptual engineering design and thermal analysis of optical labyrinth and the mirror mountings
• PP2 CXRS - Core-Plasma Charge-Exchange Recombination Spectroscopy:
Conceptual design and thermal analysis of the retractable tube concept of the front mirror.
TBM Development (F4E--2008-GRT-09):
• TBM integration
• HCPB TBM Development
• Helium Cooling System
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1. Association EURATOM-HAS
2. Work Program description
3. Recruitment Status
Recruitment Status
Candidates
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Date of Born
Degree
Status
1
Balázs Portörı
1984
Mechanical Eng. Student
M.Sc. probably in January 2009
2
Balázs Tilmann
1984
Mechanical Eng. Student
M.Sc. probably in July 2009
Summer practice in 2008 at RMKI
Diplom work at
RMKI in 2009
3
Péter Pál Polyvás
1983
Mechanical Eng. Student
M.Sc. probably in July 2009
Summer practice in 2008 at RMKI
Diplom work at
RMKI in 2009
4
József Németh
1983
Mechanical Eng. Student
M.Sc. probably in January 2009
5
Zoltán Németh
1985
Mechanical Eng. Student
M.Sc. probably in July 2009
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On-going
diplom work at
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On-going
diplom work at
RMKI
Summer practice in 2008 at RMKI
Diplom work at
RMKI in 2009
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ANNEX 6
COURSES AND EVENTS
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ANNEX 7
SHARING BETWEEN ASSOCIATIONS
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Work Programmes
Host
WP1/CEA
Host
WP2/CEA
Host
WP3/FZK
WP1/CEA
3 months
Neutronics
2010
WP2/CEA
1 month
RH ECRH
2010
WP3/FZK
WP4/FZK
WP5/HAS
WP6/FZJ
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Structure
3 months
Diagnostics
2010
3 months
Design
2011
4 months
Analyses EQPP
Diag
2010
2 month
Design EQPP
Diag
2010
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Service/groupe
Host
WP4/FZK
1 month
RH TBM
2010
3 months
Diag assembly
2011
3 months
Diag assembly
2010
3 months
Analysis
2010
1,5 month
Analyses EQPP
ECRH
2011
1 month
Design EQPP
TBM
2010
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Manufacturing
2011
3 months
Remote Handling
2010
3 months
Assembly
2011
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Analyses UPPP
TBM
2010
1 month
Design UPPP
ECRH
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2 month
Analyses UPPP
CXRS
2011
ANNEX 8
SHARING WITH INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS
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Work
Programmes
Host
AREVA
TA
WP1/CEA
X
WP2/CEA
X
Host
AREVA
NP
Host
Host
Cybernetix Mecachimie
/ CNIM
X
Host
Koppern
GmbH
Host
BrushWellman
Host
Reuter
GmbH
X
X
X
X
WP3/FZK
WP4/FZK
X
X
WP5/HAS
X
WP6/FZJ
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Structure
Host
Host
University University
Karlsruhe Budapest
X
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ANNEX 9
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS
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Administrative matters of the
Training Programme
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EFDA Agreement
following recommendations of the Ad-hoc group “Survey of
Human resources in the European Fusion Programme” to the
CCE-FU held in March 2007, an education and training
programme is implemented under the EFDA Work programme
After a 1st call (EFTS) launched directly by the Commission
in 2006 in the frame of FP6, this programme is now
coordinated
by EFDA
•
Art 7 of EFDA provides a frame to implement :
– Training
(objectives: ~40 researchers per year during 5 years)
– Career development activities
(up to 10 fellowships per year at post-doctoral level)
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Goal Oriented Training Programmes
-
Object: training young physicists and engineers in areas
identified as presenting risks of gaps in the coming years
-
The EFDA Leader proposes to the EFDA Steering
Committee high priority areas, sends a call for proposals to
Associations and selects the training projects from
Euratom/Associations
-
The eligible projects must be collaborative (at least 3
Associations), oriented towards practical activities, address
the priority areas approved at EFDA SC
-
The training programmes are mainly directed toward early
stage researchers, except for areas where the trainee
researcher needs to have a significant experience (for
instance Tokamak operation)
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Results of the first call
• First call launched in September 2007
• Budget : 40 trainees (1440 ppm) and 5 Mio€ Ec
contribution (40% EC Priority Support)
• Mobility scheme applies to the programme
• Successful call :
Associates proposed 11 programmes aiming at training
84 trainees (2424 ppm) for a requested budget of more
than 22.5 Mio€ (corresponding to 9 Mio€ EC
contribution) and 3,3 Mio€ of mobility
• The proposals were evaluated by a panel of independent
experts
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Proposals selected after the first call
Coordinating
Association
Other Associations involved
Priority Area
Number of
trainees
Number of
man months
Applications
EUROBREED
FZK
CEA, HAS, NRG-FOM,
AEUL, CIEMAT, UKAEA,
ENEA
Breeding Blanket
8
288
GOTiT
IPP
CEA, ENEA, UKAEA,
TEKES, VR
Modelling
16
156
ITER-PPE
CEA
FZK, HAS, FZJ, IST
Engineering
Construct.
8
216
LITE
CEA
CFN, ENEA, ERM-KMS,
IPP, Pol.Torino, Univ. Torino.
Rf Engineering.
7
252
RAOC
SCK.CEN
CEA, FZJ
Diagnostics under
neutrons (port plug
engineering)
1
36
NIPEE
UKAEA
IPP, RFX, CEA
Negative Ion
Neutral Beam
4
46
FZK, CEA, ENEA, ATOMKI,
ICIT, UKAEA
Fuel Cycle
6
216
45
1169
TRI-TOFFY
FZK
Design
/
based
total
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Task Agreement
implementation of the work is done through a Task Agreement
which is the contractual document between EFDA and the
involved Associations.
the Commission also sends to each Associate involved the
programme, an individual notification of Additional Support.
•
Legal implementation framework :
– EFDA Agreement
• Information and intellectual property rights
– Mobility Agreement
• Procedure to implement the mobility, rules of eligibility
– Contract of Association (CoA)
• Financial provisions (funding, eligible expenditures, presentation of the
accounts, rate of support, audit)
=> All administrative implementation is done via the CoA
– Task Agreement
• Work to be implemented (objectives, work breakdown, deliverables,
milestones)
• All administrative provisions
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Mobility Agreement
In order that the Associates of the programme benefit from the mobility
funding, the procedure described in the Mobility agreement must be
respected
•
The mobility figures given in the Task Agreement are indicative, not
contractual (contrarily to the Priority Support where the indicated ceiling is
contractual and notified by the Commission to the Associate).
– The forecast of expenditures must be included in the mobility plan of each
Association regularly approved by the Commission services.
– Associates who didn’t include these forecasts in their plan must amend it (this
can be done in // with the mid-October reporting).
– Letters of invitations are signed by the Associate who receive the visiting
scientists, or by the EFDA Associate Leader for JET in case of JET related
mobility .
– Ceilings on daily allowance, rules for transport reimbursement (>28days)
applies.
– Payment made through call for funds after approval of the accounts of the
Associate.
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Financial aspects
The provisions which apply are the provisions of the
Contract of Association, with the ceiling fixed in the Task
Agreements.
•
Eligible costs for the programme are:
– Personnel costs including
• Salaries of the trainees (in principle full time) + social charges +
overheads
• Salaries of the mentors for the time dedicated to the programme +
social charges + overheads
– Other costs
• Include all other direct expenditures like equipment, management,
participation to conferences, sub-contracts, missions which are not
eligible to mobility,…..
– Ceilings which apply
• Other costs limited to 10% of the global cost
• Mentoring costs limited to 20% of the global cost
• Global cost limited to the ceiling of PS fixed in the TA
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Financial aspects
The provisions which apply are the provisions of the Contract of
Association, with the ceiling fixed in the Task Agreements.
•
Support from the Commission: 40% of the actual costs (art 8.2-b of
the Contract of Association)
– The amount of support of the Task Agreement represents a ceiling,
based on expenditures really committed, not a fixed price
• Expenditure must be justified (audit clause of CoA)
• The level of overheads is determined through the cost accounting of each
Associates
– JET related activities
• Expenditures cannot be charged twice,
– the salary of the trainee cannot be included in JET orders,
– the trainee cannot benefit from a secondment agreement (art 3.2 of the Task
Agreement)
– Support from the Commission paid
• Through call for funds emitted annually by each Associate, on the basis of
expenditures committed
• After approval of the annual accounts by the Commission services
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Personnal Career Development Plan
Each researcher will establish, together with his/her
personal supervisor, a Personal Career Development
Plan comprising his/her training needs and scientific
objectives and later on report upon the success with
which these objectives were met. In this way the
trainees will be encouraged to play an active role in
shaping their own training programme and professional
development:
– The PCDP must be elaborated as soon as the trainee joins the team
and transmitted to the EFDA R.O.
– The document can be revised at the end of the training period (and be
used as a tool for further career development, outside the frame of the
GOT)
– The form proposed by the Commission in the EFTS (European Fusion
Training Scheme) is proposed to be used.
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Personnal Career Development Plan
– Brief overview of research project and major
accomplishment expected
– Long term career objectives
• Goals
• Training considered
– Short term objectives
•
•
•
•
•
•
Research results
Research skills and techniques
Research management
Communication skills
Other professional training (course work, teaching activity
Other activities with professional relevance
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Financial reporting
•
According to Art 4 of the Task Agreements
– Through annual progress report to be produced by the Task
Coordinator at the end of each calendar year with:
• Summary of the expenditures committed on the period, by each
Association
– Through the final report at the end of the training programme
• Breakdown of the expenditures committed by each Association for the
whole programme, according to the template in Annex 1
– It is recommended that the Annual Progress Reports and Final Report
are issued at the occasion of GOT management board/meetings
– (the EFDA R.O. is invited to all management boards/meetings)
– All reports to be transmitted to the EFDA Responsible Officer in
charge of the follow-up of the training programme. Reports have to be
approved by EFDA before payment.
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