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R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July 2008 1 New EFDA and PWI Work Programme R.Zagórski EFDA CSU Garching Acknowledgements: J.Pamela, J.Roth, E.Tsitrone.

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Presentation on theme: "R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July 2008 1 New EFDA and PWI Work Programme R.Zagórski EFDA CSU Garching Acknowledgements: J.Pamela, J.Roth, E.Tsitrone."— Presentation transcript:

1 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July New EFDA and PWI Work Programme R.Zagórski EFDA CSU Garching Acknowledgements: J.Pamela, J.Roth, E.Tsitrone

2 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Joint Undertaking for ITER Fusion for Energy (F4E) Domestic Agency to provide and manage EU contribution to ITER EU Contribution to Broader Approach located in Spain (Barcelona) New Organisation in force end 2007 European Fusion Development Agreement (EFDA) Agreement between all EU fusion labs and Euratom Coordinated research (physics in support to ITER, longer term technology) and JET Garching (D) and Culham(UK) Associations: European Fusion Laboratories associated to Euratom through Contracts of Association The overall fusion programme remains coordinated by the Commission in the frame of Euratom

3 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Collective use of JET Reinforced coordination of physics and technology in EU laboratories Training EU contributions to international collaborations outside F4E All EU Laboratories/Institutions working on Fusion are parties to EFDA EFDA

4 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July EFDA Committees Two Committees: - EFDA SC - Chairman A.Bradshaw (IPP), - all Associations and EC represented - STAC - Chairman F.Gnesotto (ENEA-RFX), - smaller committee: 13 members appointed on the basis of their scientific and technical competences Commission Unit J4, head Y.Capouet, is in charge of EFDA and Contracts of Associations New Director for Euratom Research to be appointed (Octavi Quintana Trias )

5 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Activities in the EFDA CSU-Garching -Physics coordination -Emerging Technologies coordination (in complement to F4E) -PI and SERF -Training -Administration

6 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Activities in the Garching-CSU -Physics Coordination -ITER scenarios Coordination of Task Forces and Topical Groups -PWI Coordination of common tools -Integrated modelling Coordination of Data bases -Link with ITPA -Link with JET -Link with F4E and Support to F4E on scientific matters -Support to participation in scientific committees (eg ITER STAC where the EFDA Leader seats) -Emerging Technologies coordination (in complement to F4E) -Plasma engineering (diagnostics, heating, control) Coordination of Task Forces -Material sciences and Topical Groups -System studies (DEMO)Coordination of common tools -Various technologies (HTS, He cooling, etc.) Coordination of Data bases -Close Links with F4E

7 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Activities in the Garching-CSU -Other activities -PI -Socio-economics -Training -New Goal Oriented Training programme (200 engineers and scientists to be trained over 5 years; Call for first programme launched in September, analysis of proposals on-going) -New Fellowships (1 st programme at the same stage of processing) -QA -Administration -EFDA Task Agreements (new EFDA Art.5) -Personnel (EFDA Art. 9) -Host Support (EFDA Art. 8) -coordination of training in Associations (new EFDA Art.7) -International Collaborations -IPR -IT tools -Remote participation tools

8 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Coordination of R&D: EFDA Task Forces & Topical Groups 2 TFs and 5 TGs approved by EFDA SC chairpersons being selected for the new TGs (very enthusistic response from Associations) PWI Task Force: Leaders J.Roth (IPP) and E.Tsitrone (CEA) ITM Task Force: Leaders P.Strand (VR), M.Romanelli (UKAEA), LG Eriksson (CEA) H&CD Topical Group: Chairman A.Becoulet (CEA) Diagnostics Topical Group: Chairman T.Donné (FOM) Transport Topical Group: Chairman C.Hidalgo (CIEMAT) MHD Topical Group: Chairman P.Martin (ENEA-RFX) Materials Topical Group: Chairman S.Dudarev (UKAEA) => The structure is fully there, ready to elaborate and implement the Workprogrammes

9 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July EFDA new Art. 5 EFDA Art. 5 foresees implementation of activities through Task Agreements TAs will cover groups of activities with common goals agreed between the EFDA Leader and the participating Associations implementation: using provisions of the contracts of Association upon proposal of the EFDA Steering Committee, the CCE-FU may define priority actions (up to 40% Euratom contributions) => TAs are main tools for the implementation of the Workprogramme => TA elaborated on the basis of the Workprogramme (activities foreseen under P.S. identified in the WP) => participation of Associations elaborated on the basis of a Call for Participation => TA template agreed definition of work under Baseline Support and Priority Support objectives and milestones work breakdown defining contributions of each Association Implementing Agreements are also foreseen in Art 5: IAs for cooperative activities based on the use of a facility or a device Implementing Agreements concluded between the Commission and the Associates concerned

10 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July EFDA new Art. 5: Priority Support New Rules for Priority Support in FP7 cooperative activities (hardware and manpower) Activities under P.S. are being implemented under the PWI and ITM Task Forces: -TF coordination -Some joint experiments -Some actions conducted by Associations as a service to all others -Hardware identified by the TF The proposals are top-down: priorities identified by the TF, approved in the EFDA work programme and then subject to a Call to the Associations Funding under Priority Support is limited and PS will be used as a strong incentive for strengthening cooperation

11 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Task Force Plasma-Wall Interaction Main orientations at Annual General Meeting Contact Persons from 23 Associations and JET TF E and FT, EFDA, ITER, F4E Participation in ITPA Divertor and SOL Associations Baseline work programme Priority support Special Expert Working Groups Annual specialised meetings of SEWG members EU PWI TF: mature organisation EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

12 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Material erosion and transport in tokamaks Work Programme distributed into SEWGs … Fuel retention Transient heat loads Dust Gas balance and fuel retention Fuel Removal ELMs and disruptions Dust in fusion devices Material erosion and transport Material Migration High-Z Materials ITER-like Material Mix EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

13 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July International Collaborations USA : PISCES Melt layer behaviour under realistic conditions RF : Plasma Guns High heat flux test on high Z materials EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

14 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Annual Work Flow Definition of the Work Program for the next year (WP 2009) Presentation of the Annual Work Programme to EFDA SC (WP 2008) Call for Participation (November 2007) 11th TAs Lunched in June 2008 (start date ) EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

15 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Task Agreements SEWGProposed Task Agreements for 2008 SEWG Gas balance and fuel retention TA-1: Consolidation of post-mortem analysis Gas Balance and Fuel with gas balance TA-2: Multi machine scaling of fuel retention to ITER SEWG Fuel RemovalTA-3: Treatment of metallic surfaces including beryllium with oxidising plasmas for fuel removal SEWG Dust in Fusion Devices TA-4: Joint measurements of dust in different devices SEWG Material MigrationTA-5: Clarification of chemical erosion under ITER divertor relevant conditions. TA-6: Transport and deposition of first wall impurities SEWG High-Z MaterialsTA-7: Development of the PWI basis in support of integrated high-Z scenarios for ITER. SEWG ITER Material MixTA-8: Determination of expected alloys and compounds and their influence on PWI processes SEWG Transient Heat LoadsTA-9: Determination of ELM and Disruption transient loads. TA-10: Mitigation of transient loads during ELMs and disruptions. AllTA-11: TF and SEWGs Leadership SEWG Leader = Task Coordinator EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

16 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Milestones May 2008 Reports at the PSI Conference in Toledo Mid 2008 SEWG Meeting: Collection and discussion of results obtained from the evaluation of experiments in 2007 and early 2008 October 2008 (Frascati): Annual meeting of the EU TF on PWI: coordinated presentation of the results from the experimental campaigns in Reports on TA's (Templates to be defined) December 2008: Synthetic analysis report sent to EFDA-CSU. EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

17 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Reports Baseline Support At the end of each calendar year, during the PWI TF annual meeting, the Task Coordinator shall present a report on all activities (baseline and priority support) under the Task Agreement to the EFDA Leader for his approval. These reports shall integrate the progress made by each Association on each activity, and they shall indicate the level of achievement of the objectives, the situation of the activities, the allocation of resources and recommendations for the next year when applicable. Priority Support Achievement of Priority Support deliverables will be reported separately to the EFDA Leader. A final report shall be prepared by the Task Coordinator and submitted to the EFDA Leader. Each participation Association will have to report in one subsection on the degree to which the deliverables of their Task have been achieved, and shall include a breakdown of expenditure. The Task Coordinator will collect the individual subsections into the final report for Priority Support activities addressing the milestones. EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

18 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July JET Activities No JET related activities are meant to be implemented under the present Task Agreement. (They are implemented under EFDA Art.6.) JET activities can be mentioned for information in the present TA when they closely relate to the activity implemented under Art.5. JET data collected under the JET part of the EFDA WP can be brought together with other data under this TA when relevant for the progress of the work or used in multi- machine modelling activities under Art.5. EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

19 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Priority Support Activity eligible for priority support : Well identified actions, including: TF and SEWG leadership (0.5 ppy for TF leader and deputies, 0.25 ppy for SEWG leadership) joint activities: experimentation, modelling, support to the other Associations, etc. selected hardware or manpower costs involving irradiation, work on hot cells, work with tritium and/or beryllium + collaborative actions specific for the TA EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

20 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July Mobility In the frame of TAs, exchange of scientists between the involved Associations is planned covering: - participation in joint experimental campaigns and modelling efforts - attendance to the SEWG and TF meetings. For all these exchanges, the use of the mobility agreement is foreseen. The use of mobility is within the ceiling of Association EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

21 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July WP2009 PWI Call for Participation in WP issued July deadline for responses: 5 th September Task Agreements EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction

22 R.Zagórski, SEWG Meeting, Culham, July WP2009 Estimated budget needed for activity under baseline support, eligible for priority support, hardware and mobility BS (ppy)PS (ppy)Hardware (k)Mobility (k) TF Coordination SEWG Coordination TA-1: Fuel retention as a function of wall materials foreseen for ITER TA-2: Fuel removal compatible with retention in different and mixed first wall materials TA-3: Dust generation and characterization in different devices TA-4: Erosion, transport and deposition of first wall impurities TA-5: Development of the PWI basis in support of integrated high-Z scenarios for ITER TA-6: Liquid plasma-facing components TA-7: Expected alloys and compounds and their influence on PWI processes TA-8: Mitigation of disruption loads for ITER TA-9: Heat load in ITER relevant ELM scenarios Total75 ppy18.45 ppy280 k350 k EU Task Force on Plasma-Wall Interaction


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