EURISOL DS: European Isotope Separation On-Line Radioactive Ion Beam Facility Design Study NuPECC meeting, Venice March, 05 G. Fortuna, Venice March.
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EURISOL DS: European Isotope Separation On-Line Radioactive Ion Beam Facility Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05
Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 THE GOAL: Producing an engineering oriented study of the EURISOL Facility and developing prototypes of the most critical parts of the facility itself. Starting point: EURISOL RTD Recommendations
IDENTITY CARD EC CONTRIBUTION: (k) FTE 113,25 (p*y) EC CONTRIBUTION: (k) FTE 113,25 (p*y) TASKS: 1+11 TASKS: 1+11 (MANAGEMENT + FOUR TOPIC AREAS) PARTICIPANTS: 20 (15 countries involved) GANIL (F), CNRS/IN2P3 (F), INFN (I), CERN (UE), UCL (B), CEA (F), NIPNE (RO), JYU (FI), LMU (G), FZJ (G), FI (LT), UW (PL), SAS (SK), U- LIVERPOOL (UK), GSI (G), USDC (E), CCLRC (UK), PSI (CH), IPUL (LV), SU MSL (SE) PROJECT ESTIMATED TOTAL EFFORTS: (k) ,3 - FTE 490,45 ( p*y) DURATION OF THE PROJECT: 48 MONTHS STARTING DATE: FEBRUARY 1st, 2005 COORDINATING INSTITUTION: GANIL (F) CONTRIBUTORS: 20 (12 countries involved from Europe, Asia and North America) U-FRANKFURT (G), BUDKER (RU),VNIIFT (RU), PNPI (RU), ORNL (USA), ANL (USA), KAERI (SKR), TRIUMF (CA),JAERI (JP), SOREQ (IL), U-MAINZ (G), VINCA (YU), KVI (NL), U-SURREY (UK), U-YORK (UK), U-PAISLEY (UK), U-UPPSALA (SE), NSCL (USA), FNAL (USA), HUG (CH) Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05
FEBRUARY, 1st 2005 PROJECT STARTING DATE FEBRUARY, 2-3, 2005 KICK-OFF MEETINGS KICK-OFF MEETINGS FEBRUARY, 25th, 2005 END OF NEGOTIATION PHASE, CONTRACT IN PREPARATION END OF NEGOTIATION PHASE, CONTRACT IN PREPARATION MARCH, 22nd, 2005 CONTRACT SIGNATURE BY GANIL AND EC APRIL, 22nd, 2005 ALL PARTICIPANTS ACCESSED TO THE CONTRACT MAY, 9th, 2005 PRE-FINANCING PAID TO PARTICIPANTS MAY, 27th, 2005 IAPS MEMBERS APPOINTMENT: ACCELERATORS Dr. S. Brandenburg from KVI ACCELERATORS: Dr. S. Brandenburg from KVI TARGETS: Dr.P. Schmorr from TRIUMF PHYSICS :Dr. W. Nazarewicz from ORNL PHYSICS : Dr. W. Nazarewicz from ORNL JUNE, 6th, 2005 AGREEMENT REACHED ON EURISOL DS CONSORTIUM AGREEMENT JULY, 29th, 2005 DEADLINE FOR CONSORTIUM AGREEMENT SIGNATURE Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 EURISOL DS MILESTONES OF FIRST SEMESTER 2005
STEERING COMMITTEE 1 representative of each Participant + Management Board and Chairs of NUPECC, ESGARD, EURONS (all ex-officio) 1 meeting/year MANAGEMENT BOARD Project Leader + 3 Members MANAGEMENT SUPPORT TEAM 1. Administrative Office 2. Scientific liaison Office 3. Technical coordinator COORDINATION BOARD Management Board + Task Leaders + Coordinators of HIPPI JRA and BENE Network (ex-officio) 2-3 Meetings/year INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY PANEL 3 Members – 1 Meeting/year ANNUAL PARTICIPANT MEETING 1 Meeting/year Task 2 Task n Task 1 MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 REVIEW COMMITTEE 3 Members Project publications
Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 USE AND DISSEMINATION OF KNOWLEDGE IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH CONTRACT PROVISIONS AND TO SAFEGUARD CONTRACTOR RIGHTS A REVIEW COMMITTEE HAS BEEN SET UP COMPOSITION: The RC, appointed by the SC, is composed of 3 members, two proposed by the SC Chair and the third, chosen among the MB Members, designated by the Project Leader. ROLE OF THE RC: According to the EC contract provisions, the RC shall ensure, on behalf of Contractors (SC), the consent to the publication of data produced during the implementation of the Project activities. In particular the RC: a) shall review all planned publications ensuring the quality of the content (journal publications, proceedings, technical notes); b) shall identify the knowledge that could be subject to protection measures by decision of the SC. A specific procedure for the submission and the approval of planned publications has been drafted by the MB.
Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 EURISOL DS INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY PANEL MAY 27th, 2005: IAPS MEMBERS APPOINTMENT Dr. S. Brandenburg from KVI TOPICS AREAS: ACCELERATORS: Dr. S. Brandenburg from KVI Dr. P. Schmorr from TRIUMF TARGETS: Dr. P. Schmorr from TRIUMF Dr. W. Nazarewicz from ORNL PHYSICS: Dr. W. Nazarewicz from ORNL
Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 CO-OPERATION WITH OTHER PROJECTS CO-OPERATION WITH OTHER PROJECTS 1)CARE: HIPPI JRA AND BENE NETWORK 2)EURONS 3)… CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTIONS 1)HPSL conference, Naperville (Illinois), May )IHEP conference, Lisbon, July OTHER EURISOL DS FACTS OTHER EURISOL DS FACTS
Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 TASK ACTIVITIES UNDERGOING TASK ACTIVITIES UNDERGOING AS AGREED IN THE MB MEETING OF APRIL 18th T2- Multi-MW Target: 1)Neutron Converter: CERN will take care of the liquid converter while CEA will focus on solid converter. will focus on solid converter. 2)Neutronics simulations and cylindrical converter: the neutron energy spectrum presents two radial picks out of the range of interest. Remedies are under consideration. presents two radial picks out of the range of interest. Remedies are under consideration. (BeO reflector, natural Uranium, new geometry). (BeO reflector, natural Uranium, new geometry). 3) Proton versus deuteron neutronics (optimum energy for deuterons). 4) CW versus pulsed driver (isotopic separation, target life time, multi-target capability). T3- Direct Target: 1)50–Hz versus CW driver operation : thermal shocks 2)Use of thin UCx discs (same rate of fission products with 1/10 of current and grammes instead of Kilogrammes of UCx material). T4- Fission Target: 1) Work is concentrated on 1+ ion sources (Nitschke and EBIS), target and container geometry. 2) Test on low and high density target UCx material and target life time. 3) Influence of slicing on high-density UCx target.
Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 TASK ACTIVITIES UNDERGOING AS TASK ACTIVITIES UNDERGOING AS AGREED IN THE MB MEETING OF APRIL 18th AGREED IN THE MB MEETING OF APRIL 18th T6-Heavy Ion Accelerator: 1)The impact of beta beams on the post-accelerator layout. 2)Analysis of the S/C RFQs beam performances. 3)Starting of N/C RFQ test. 4)Investigation of the optimum 100 MeV *A post accelerator layout (which solution for energies higher then 30 MeV *A ? ) T7-Proton Accelerator Design: 1)Issues under investigation: CW versus pulsed operation, max. energy for deuteron, heavy ion capability. 2)Investigation of a new injector with proton and deuteron capabilities based on a 176 MHz N/C RFQ and SC Linac up to 40 MeV. 3)Beam dynamics studies and cost implication of such novel scheme for the driver. T8-SC Cavity Development: 1) Work will concentrate on the intermediate-energy part of the accelerator 2) The cryomodule to be constructed will be compatible with both HWR and Spoke cavities. 3) The same RF amplifier and RF coupler will be used for both HWR and Spoke cavities. 4) Multi-cell cavities will be replaced with Spoke cavities to improve reliability against vibrations 5) Comparison of HWR and spoke cavities in terms of performance and cost implication.
Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 TASK ACTIVITIES UNDERGOING AS TASK ACTIVITIES UNDERGOING AS AGREED IN THE MB MEETING OF APRIL 18th AGREED IN THE MB MEETING OF APRIL 18th T5-Safety & Radioprotection: 1)Work is started regarding code validation, cryogenic trap and gas purification systems. 2)Close contacts with SAFERIB JRA (EURONS). T9-Beam Preparation: 1) Work is concentrated on the conceptual design of the high resolution separator and the charge breeder. 2) Activity is started on the 60-GHz ion source. T10-Physics and Instrumentation: 1)The kick-off meeting is fixed for 24th June 2005 in Liverpool. 2)A general meeting of this Task is planned at ECT* in Trento in the second half of January )Pulsed versus CW Post Accelerator operation modes and energy tunability: the point of view of users. T11-Beam Intensity Calculations: 1)Planning of the eight Subtasks has been defined. As highest priority Subtask 1 should clarify the benefit of the Heavy Ion Driver capability in terms of very neutron rich isotope yields.
Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 TASK ACTIVITIES UNDERGOING AS TASK ACTIVITIES UNDERGOING AS AGREED IN THE MB MEETING OF APRIL 18th AGREED IN THE MB MEETING OF APRIL 18th T12- Beta Beam Aspects: 1)T6 and T12 teams have agreed the following: a) T6 team will analyze the impact of beta beams on Eurisol Post Accelerator performances and Costs. b) T12 team will look in a Post Accelerator fully dedicated to beta acceleration. c) T12 team will study a possible dedicated cyclotron/FFAG option for beta beam facility. d) T12 team will explore the concept of multiple charge state acceleration for neon beam. e) Ne19 option is under consideration ( Intensity 20 times higher than Ne18, impact of the life time of 17.22s on cooling time )
FEBRUARY, 1st 2005 PROJECT STARTING DATE FEBRUARY, 2nd-3rd, 2005 KICK-OFF MEETINGS KICK-OFF MEETINGS APRIL, 18th, 2005 FIRST MANAGEMENT BOARD MEETING FIRST MANAGEMENT BOARD MEETING JULY, 8th, 2005 FIRST CB AND SECOND MB MEETINGS OCTOBER, 3rd, 2005 THIRD MANAGEMENT BOARD MEETING NOVEMBER 28th – DECEMBER 1st, 2005 EURISOL DS WEEK ( OPEN MEETING, SC, CB, MB AND IAP MEETINGS) Design Study G. Fortuna, Debrecen june 05 EURISOL DS MANAGEMENT MEETINGS IN 2005
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05 PROJECT DELIVERABLES/PROGRESS PROJECT DELIVERABLES/PROGRESS TOWARD THE OBJECTIVES/TOPIC POINTS TOWARD THE OBJECTIVES/TOPIC POINTS
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05 EURISOL DS FUTURE EURISOL DS FUTURE ESFRI ROAD MAP/ESF STRATEGIC PLAN
0 CONTRACT SIGNATURE TIMETABLE CONTRACT SENT TO GANIL CONTRACT RETURN TO EC CONTRACT SIGNED BY EC DAYS ACCESS TO THE CONTRACT BY PARTICIPANTS ( 45 DAYS) 75 PRE-FINANCING PAYMENT TO GANIL (45 DAYS) 95 BANK TRASFER TO THE PARTICIPANT Design Study
G. Fortuna, Venice March 05 PROJECT ACTIVITIES PROJECT ACTIVITIES
4 TOPIC AREAS EURISOL DS MANAGEMENT (GANIL/INFN-LNL/CNRS-IN2P3/CERN) 1 Targets and ion sources (Synergies with neutron spallation sources and neutrino facilities) –Multi-MW target station : liquid- mercury converter (CERN) –Direct target : Several target-ion source systems (CERN) –Fission target : UC x target optimization (INFN-LNL) 2 Accelerators (Synergies with HIPPI (CARE)) –Proton accelerator design: the driver (INFN-LNL): –Heavy ion accelerator design: the post accelerator (GANIL) –SC cavity development: cavity prototypes and multipurpose cryomodule (CNRS- IN2P3/IPNO) 3 Physics, beams and safety (Synergies with EURONS) –Physics and instrumentation: conceptual design of novel instruments (U-LIVERPOOL) –Beam intensity calculations: yield optimization of RIB species (GSI) –Safety and radioprotection: radiation fields, activation, shielding, handling, storage, conformity to legislation (CEA) 4 Beta-Beams Aspects (Synergies with BENE (CARE), EURONS) –Beam preparation : breeders, 60 GHz ECR source (JYV) –Beta-beam aspects: conceptual design report of the Beta-Beam facility. It includes preliminary studies on modifications of CERN accelerators in case the facility is sited at CERN ( CERN) Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March Management Multi MW Target Station Direct Target Fission Target Safety& Radioprotection Heavy Ion Accelerator Design Proton Accelerator Design SC Cavity Development Beam Preparation Physics and Instrumentation Beam Intensity Calculations Beta Beams Aspects Participants and Contributors per task
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
G. Fortuna, Venice March 05 ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATION
STEERING COMMITTEE It is the governing body of the DESIGN STUDY determining the political and strategic orientation of the project: - activity planning, allocation of the resources, management appointment, inclusion and withdrawal of contractors. VOTING RULES: quorum 2/3 of members - usually majority 3/4 of votes - simple majority for Chair, MB and IAP appointment - unanimous vote for inclusion or withdrawal of contractors Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05 Without voting rights With voting rights INSTITUTIONREPRESENTATIVE 1GANILProf. Dominique GOUTTE 2CNRS/IN2P3Prof. Sydney GALES 3INFNDr. Gabriele PUGLIERIN 4CERNDr. Enrico CHIAVERI 5UCLDr. Marc LOISELET 6CEADr. N. ALAMANOS 7NIPNEProf. Nicolae Victor ZAMFIR 8JYUProf. Juha AYSTO 9LMUProf. Dietrich HABS 10FZJDr. Heiner BRUECHER 11FIDr. Arturas PLUKIS 12UWProf. Jerzy JASTRZEBSKI 13SASProf. Emil BETAK 14U-LIVERPOOLProf. Paul NOLAN 15GSIProf. Klaus SUEMMERER 16USDCProf. Jose BENLLIURE 17CCLRCProf. David WARNER 18PSIProf. Heinz GAEGGELER 19IPULProf. Janis FREIBERGS 20SU MSLProf. Anders KALLBERG Members of EURISOL DS Steering Committee Chaired by Juha Aysto NUPECC CHAIRMANProf. Mushin HARAKEH ESGARD CHAIRMANProf. Roy ALEKSAN EURONS CHAIRMANProf. Alex MUELLER MANAGEMENT BOARD
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MANAGEMENT BOARD ( It is chaired by the Project Leader) - Ensuring communication between consortium and EC - Taking care of all legal, contractual, financial and administrative activities - Overseeing of all technical and scientific activities - Monitoring and ensuring the Global coherence of the project - Ensuring the respect for contract obligations and results - Securing protection, use,dissemination of the results - Task leaders appointment - Analysing and reporting on site options and on the funding mechanism of the EURISOL facility. - VOTING RULES: unanimous consent basis Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
The Management Board Chaired by the Project Leader Graziano Fortuna: (T1,T4,T7,T8), Project Leader Yorick Blumenfeld ( T5,T6,T11) Peter Butler ( T9, T10 ) Mats Lindroos (T2, T3, T12) Technical Coordinator ( without voting rights) Management Support Team Administrative Office: R. Battistella, V. Vandevoorde Scientific liaison Office: A. Andrighetto, M. Comunian Technical Coordinator: J. Cornell Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
COORDINATION BOARD ( It is chaired by the Project Leader) 1.to present reports on the progress of the individual task 2.to make proposal concerning or modifying programme to be conducted 3.to make proposal concerning the allocation or the re- allocation of specific task among the contractors 4.to draft the project reports 5.to identify contractor presenting financial or technical risks 6.to resolve technical problems or any difficulty arising in connection with the task implementation 7.to foster the connectivity among the individual task 8.to evaluate and favour possible synergies with other projects VOTING RULES: quorum 2/3 of members majority 3/4 of votes Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05 TASKREPRESENTATIVE 1 Project Leader G. Fortuna 1 MB Member Y. Blumenfeld 1 MB Member P. Butler 1 MB Member M. Lindroos 2 Multi MW Target Station Y. Kadi 3 Direct Target J. Lettry 4 Fission Target L. Tecchio 5 Safety & Radioprotection D. Ridikas 6 Heavy Ion Accelerator Design M-H. Moscatello 7 Proton accelerator Design A. Facco 8 SC Cavity Development S. Bousson 9 Beam Preparation A. Jokinen 10 Physics and Instrumentation R. Page 11 Beam Intensity Calculations K.H. Schmidt 12 Beta Beams Aspects M. Benedikt Without voting rights Technical Coordinator J. Cornell HIPPY (CARE)Dr. Roland GAROBY BENE (CARE) Dr. Vittorio PALLADINO With voting rights List of members of Coordination Board
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INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY PANEL (appointed by the SC at the kick-off meeting) –It is composed of three Int. Experts covering the domains of RIB Science, accelerators and high power production targets –It is in charge with critical assessment of the technical and scientific aspects of the Project –It may be consulted, any time, by the SC and MB on specific scientific and organizational aspects. Members elected by SC: P.Schmor (Triumf), K. Hubner (Cern), W. Nazarewicz (Ornl) Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05 KICK-OFF MEETINGS OUTPUTS
CB kick-off meeting(Orsay 3 Feb. 05) summary and recommendations 1.Annex1 fully compatible with the content of the proposal 2.Concern about the delay between project starting date ( Feb. 1st,o5) and date of EU funds availability (July 05); difficulties are anticipated by some contractors because lack of resources 3.Need to fix reference parameters of the various parts of the facility. A set of such parameters will be collected by the TC and discussed at the next CB meeting of July 8th, 05 4.Synergies with HIPPI and BENE already exist, HIPPI and EURISOL activities on proton linacs are fully complementary ; the impact of the project Linac4 on EURISOL short and long term strategy in terms of design solutions: pulsed versus CW machines and consequences on the high power target lifetime Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
SC-kick-off meeting (Orsay 4th Feb. 05) summary and recommendations 1.The need of a standing IAP was deeply debated. The consensus was reached on the basis of a Panel mission focussed on technical and scientific matters. 2.Synergies with HIPPI, BENE, EURONS and EUROTRANS were discussed. It was recommended to cultivate all the possible contacts, exchange of information, collaboration in specific WP, invitation to meetings of common interest. 3.The impact of pulsed machines on target lifetime was discussed. The subject is of extreme importance in case of driver sharing among different users ( RIB, Beta beams, neutrino factories…) Quantitative exploration to which extent a RIB target could withstand high power pulsed beam operation is needed. 4.Investigating the use of the Beta beam rings to push the RIB energies well over 100 MeV*A for secondary fragmentation. Some reference parameters should be fixed for the next SC meeting. 5.Implementation of an electronic data management to facilitate the flow of information within and outside the EURISOL community ( EDMS-CERN type suggested) Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
MB kick-off meeting (Orsay Feb. 4th, 05) Summary and actions –EURISOL web-site: implemented in the next 3 months; –Publications: written note on the policy to be followed complying with EC rules; –Site options: all bodies are very sensitive to this matter. According to the work plan,the MB should produce a report on site options, in a period of 6 months, starting from month 24. –It is suggested that a draft paper containing the guidelines to face the site options problem should be presented to the next SC meeting; –VII FP: Is there room for a new application in the contest of ESFRI roadmap? This should be decided according to the NuPECC strategy. Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05
Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05 CONCLUSIONS
1.Signature of the contract (April 05, Ganil /EC) 2.Access to the contract by participants ( June 05, Ganil- Participants) 3.Signature of the Consortium Agreement (April/May 05, Participants) Tentative dates of the 2005 official meetings - April, 18th : MB meeting - July, 8th : CB Meeting - October MB meeting (to be fixed) - Nov, 28th –Dec 1st : EURISOL Ds week During the week the following meetings will take place:( *) a) Annual participants meeting b) CB meeting c) IAP meeting d) Steering Committee meeting f) MB meeting ( *)Aim of the EURISOL week: Review and monitor the activities of the year, check the overall project planning, extend the discussion and the confrontation on the achieved results to all community, approve the general lines (technical, scientific and financial matters) of the yearly reports, discuss and approve the activities planning for the incoming year taking into account the suggestion given by the community. Design Study G. Fortuna, Venice March 05