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Integration of the ITER diagnostic plant systems with CODAC

Integration of the ITER diagnostic plant systems with CODAC,10.1016/j.fusengdes.2011.01.101,Fusion Engineering and Design,S. Simrock,R. Barnsley,L. Be

Integration of the ITER diagnostic plant systems with CODAC  
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S. Simrock, R. Barnsley, L. Bertalot, C. Hansalia, W. D. Klotz, P. Makijarvi, R. Reichle, G. Vayakis, I. Yonekawa, C. Walker, A. Wallander, M. Walshhttp://academic.research.microsoft.com/io.ashx?type=5&id=49421223&selfId1=0&selfId2=0&maxNumber=12&query=
ITER requires extensive diagnostic systems in order to meet the requirements for machine operation, protection, plasma control and physics studies. The realization of these systems is a major challenge not only because of the harsh environment and the nuclear requirements but also with respect to Instrumentation and Control (I&C) of all the 59 diagnostics plants. The Plant Systems I&C are mostly “in-kind”, i.e. procured by the seven ITER Domestic Agencies (DAs), while the Central I&C Systems are “in-fund”, i.e. procured by ITER Organization (IO). Standardization of Plant Systems I&C is of primary importance and has been one of the highest priority tasks of CODAC. The standards are published in the Plant Control Design Handbook (PCDH) [1] which will be followed to ensure a homogeneous design, guarantee high availability and simplify maintenance and support future upgrades. Most important for a successful commissioning and operation of the ITER facility are the concepts of interfacing the diagnostics plant systems with CODAC and the standards for instrumentation and control which must be followed all contributing parties. In this paper, we will elaborate on the concepts of interfacing the diagnostics plant systems with CODAC and the standards that must be followed for the design.
Journal: Fusion Engineering and Design - FUSION ENG DES , vol. 86, no. 6, pp. 1145-1148, 2011
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