Presentation on theme: "EURISOL DS EUropean Isotope Separation On-Line Radioactive Ion Beam Facility THE GOAL Producing an engineering oriented study of the EURISOL Facility and."— Presentation transcript:
EURISOL DS EUropean Isotope Separation On-Line Radioactive Ion Beam Facility 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 Design Study THE MANAGEMENT BOARD Graziano Fortuna: Project Leader Yorick Blumfeld Peter Butler Mats Lindroos Management Support Team (core staff) Technical Coordinator: John Cornell Scientific liaison Office: A. Andrighetto M. Comunian ……. Administrative Office: R. Battistella V. Vandevoorde …….
EURISOL DS EUropean Isotope Separation On-Line Radioactive Ion Beam Facility IDENTITY CARD EU CONTRIBUTION: (k) FTE 113,25 EU CONTRIBUTION: (k) FTE 113,25 TASKS: 12 TASKS: 12 (FOUR TOPIC AREAS) PARTICIPANTS: 21 GANIL (F), CNRS/IN2P3 (F), INFN-LNL (I), 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) (15 countries involved) PROJECT ESTIMATED TOTAL EFFORTS: (k) ,3 - FTE 490,45 Design Study DURATION OF THE PROJECT: 48 MONTHS STARTING DATE: END OF JANUARY-BEGINNING OF FEBRUARY 2005 COORDINATING INSTITUTION: GANIL (F) CONTRIBUTORS: 21 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), INFN-LNS (I), HUG (CH) (13 countries involved from Europe, Asia and North America)
TASKS AND RELATED FOUR TOPIC AREAS EURISOL DS Managemt (GANIL/INFN-LNL/CNRS-IN2P3/CERN) Targets and ion sources (Synergies with neutron spallation sources and neutrino facilities) –Multi-MW target station : mercury converter (CERN) –Direct target : Several target-ion source prototypes (CERN) –Fission target : UC x target (INFN-LNL) Accelerators (Synergies with HIPPI (CARE)) –Proton accelerator design: the driver (INFN-LNL): –Heavy ion accelerator design: the post accelerator (GANIL) –SC cavity development, prototypes and multipurpose cryomodule (CNRS-IN2P3- IPNO) Physics, beams and safety (Synergies with EURONS) –Physics and instrumentation (U-LIVERPOOL) –Beam intensity calculations (GSI) –Safety and radioprotection (CEA) Beta-Beams Aspects (Synergies with BENE (CARE)) –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 Design Study
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 2Task 3Task 1 MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE Design Study
Where have we got to? Annex I to the contract and CPF Forms submitted to EC on 30 th September, 2004 The magic words most frequently used in Annex I: 1. Objectives 2. Milestones 3. Deliverables Design Study
ANNEX I TO THE CONTRACT LIST OF CONTENTS 1. Project summary 2. *Project objectives 3. List of participants 4. Implementation plan for the full duration of the project 4.1 List of tasks 4.2 Implementation plan 4.3 *Description of tasks 5. Consortium management activities 5.1 Organisational structure and overall project management 5.2 Potential impact and risks assessment 5.3 Plan for use and dissemination of knowledge 6. Project resources and budget overview 6.1 Personnel effort for the full duration of the project 6.2 Description of other resources needed 6.3 Overall budget for the full duration of the project * Significant reshaping of the related original test of the proposal Design Study
TASK DESCRIPTION EXAMPLE Design Study Objectives Due to drastically increased radioactive inventory compared to current worldwide RIB facilities, the following list of objectives has been identified that need research and development: 1. Calculation of radiation production and activation. 2. Methods for shielding against prompt radiation and for the containment of activity. 3. Handling of targets and in particular the disposal of spent targets. 4. Conformity of the proposed installation to the legislation. The realization of this task is crucial for the Design Study of the new generation RIB facility in order to characterize the radioactive inventory, to identify the technical challenges, to characterize the safety approval procedures, to estimate the impact of safety and radioprotection issues on the final cost of the installation. Start month 1End month 46 Participant number* Participant short nameCEAGANILCERNNIPNELMUFZJFIUWTotal Person-months Task number5Task titleSafety & Radioprotection
TASK DESCRIPTION EXAMPLE Design Study Description of work The work includes: 1. Radiation, activation, shielding & doses - characterization of radiation from primary beam components, target-converter, RNB production target, beam dump, secondary beam lines; - activation estimates of accelerator components, target-converter, RNB production target, beam dump, separator and ionizer, secondary beam lines, environment (building, air, soil, ground water); - characterization of radio-elements produced with respect to (2); - optimization of shielding against prompt radiation fields and activated structures; - dose rate calculations. 2. Radioactivity control, safety & risks - study of dispersion of radio-elements, contamination, migration; - study of safety associated with oxidation of target materials; - study of containment of volatile radioactivity; - safety and risks associated with target preparation, handling, confinements and nuclear ventilation, flow of radioactive materials, etc.; - prevention and limitation of personnel direct and indirect exposure: risk and failure scenarios; - prevention and limitation of waste production, radioactivity dispersion and rejections. 3. Decommissioning - storage and disposal of spent targets; - characterization of radioactive waste produced; - characterization of activated structures, their volumes, masses, specific activity, radio-elements; - guidelines of the decommissioning and dismantling strategy; - risk estimates. 4. Conformity to legislation - study of the licensing and permission procedures; - guidelines on the technical options; - guidelines on implementation and execution conditions; - potential risk and delays estimates.
TASK DESCRIPTION EXAMPLE Design Study NO.Milestones and expected result of this task:Months due M1Radiation, activation, dose M1.1Validation of code6 M1.2Radiation & activation estimates12 M1.3Shielding guidelines22 M2Radioactivity control, safety and risk M2.1Dispersion of radioactivity17 M2.2Test of purification system31 M2.3Containment of radioactivity17 M2.4Activity transport in ground water17 M2.5Report44 M3Decommissioning issues M3.1Report45 M4Conformity to legislation M4.1Report46 Deliverable number DeliverablesDissemination level 1 D1Radiation, activation, dose Shielding guidelines PU D2Radioactivity control, safety and risk Report PU D3Decommissioning issues Report PU D4Conformity to legislation Report PU
ANNEX I TO THE CONTRACT ASSESSMENT OF RISKS Design Study TaskMain deliverableCrucial milestonesType of riskActionsConsequences 2Multi-MW liquid-Hg proton-to-neutron converter design Decisions on draft design parameters (14 months) Some challenging technical aspect(s) unsolved (1)Further R&D (2)Use of high-Z solid converter Staging of the target station construction, delay of full power operation (1-2 years) 4Design and test of a sizable(few kg) UC x target Target design and integration on the n- converter (36 months) Geometry and coupling to the converter and 1+ source not optimized Need for further R&DDegradation of RIB intensity, delay in reaching expected final RIB intensities (1-2 years) 5Evaluation of the facility impact (safety and radioprotection aspects) on the environment and on the maintenance and running procedures Radiation and activation estimated (12 months) Need to reconsider layout of the very hot parts of the facility (1)Redesigning the hot parts of the facility (2)Reducing the beam power (1)Increase of facility cost (2)Facility performance degradation (partially recovered in long term by optimizing overall efficiency) 7,8Design and test of prototypes related to the SC low-energy part of the driver linac Cold test of complete cryomodule (36 months) Beam tests of cryomodule and cavities too time- consuming (1)Need more time for tests and problem solving (2)Rely only on off-beam tests Minor impact on construction planning of the facility 9 Charge Breeder: advanced performance in terms of high charge state and related efficiency Report on charge breeding R&D (19 months) 132 Sn 25+ produced with poor efficiency (below 10%) (1)Need for further R&D, (2)Use of stripping sections Increase of post-accelerator cost and/or size (10-20%) 9 60-GHz pulsed ECR ion source Intermediate report on bunched efficiency (24 months) Source not reaching design specifications (1)Need for further R&D (2)Use different approach to meet bunching requirement (1)Delay Beta Beam (1-2) years (2)Delay Beta Beam (3-4) years
The Beta-Beam concept Design Study
TOPICS OF MAJOR CONCERN FOR THE MANAGEMENT The upper list regards topics already assessed in Eurisol RTD but they need to be fully explored in this design study 1.Layout of the facility 2.Cost estimation of the facility (better then 20%) 3.Site options (National Lab., Intergovernmental Institution, Less favorite countries new Lab. 4.Multi user capability 5.Cost/benefit of the different technical solutions 6.Comparison of CW and high duty cycle driver solution 1. Global coherence 2. Synergies with EURONS, CARE (HYPPI), SPALLATION NEUTRON SOURCES 3. Dissemination of results 4. EURISOL DS Web site 5. Outreach activity Design Study
NEXT STEPS 1.Signature of the contract (within the end of the year - Ganil /EC) 2.Signature of the Consortium Agreement (Participants) 3.Access to the contract by participants (Ganil- Participants) 4.Appointment of the Steering Committee Members by Contractors and election of the Chair person (kick-off meeting) 5. Kick-off meeting date: 3/2/2004 Afternoon MB-CB meeting 4/2/2005 SC meeting Design Study 6. Tentative dates of the 2005 official meeting - End of May: MB and CB meeting - Mid September: MB and CB Meeting - 30th Nov-3rd Dec: Eurisol Ds week During the week the following meetings will take place: a) MB and CB b) Annual participants meeting c) Steering Committee 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 administrative matters) of the yearly reports, discuss and approve the activities planning for the incoming year taking into account the suggestion given by the community