Meeting on the design of plasma facing components of the ITER antenna by doc5671

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									        Third meeting of the Coordinating Committee on Ion Cyclotron
                                            CCIC-03
                       Meeting room, Laboratory for Plasma Physics,

                Royal Military Academy, Brussels, 3-4 December 2008
                                   Draft Agenda

   Wednesday December 3rd, 09:00-18:00

09:00     R. Koch           Welcome, overview of the problems, goals of the meeting
09:30     B. Beaumont       IO views on antenna design contractual situation and schedule
09:50     P. Lamalle        First wall design; Heat loads; Scrape-off properties, antenna-plasma
                            distance constraints
10:20     M. Nightingale    Status of the Faraday shield and antenna limiters design
10:40     Coffee break
11:00     S. Heuraux        Physics of SEM code and reciprocating probe measurements on TS
11:15     L. Colas          Uncertainties in sheath modelling and coupled flux tubes effects
11:30     T. Hellsten       JET experiments with large missing power fraction
11:45     Discussion        - trade-off between heat loads and RF coupling
                            - antenna-plasma distance
                            - programme for coupling and sheath modelling
                            - programme for measurements and extrapolations (TS, JET)
12:30     Sandwich lunch
13:30     R. Koch           Grounding: electrical modelling; proposal for progressing
13:45     D. Hancock        Grounding: mechanical design
14:00     R. Maggiora       Effect of grounding location on sheaths
                            Sheath effect reduction by antenna optimization
14:30     Discussion        - Decision about how to proceed with grounding
                            - Faraday shield redesign (to match blanket design)?
                            - Directions of optimization?
15:30     Coffee break
16:00     M. Nightingale    Integration of 4 reflectometers in the port plug
16:15     R. Koch           Reflectometry specs and technology
16:30     Discussion        Availability of adequate modelling tools and manpower:
                            - Disruption force analysis
                            - Thermo-mechanical design
17:00     K. Vulliez        Alternative antenna configuration and grounding
17:20     Reserve
18:00     Adjourn




                                      4th December 2008
   Thursday December 4th, 09:00-13:00

09:00        R. Maggiora                  Status of the ILA coupling modelling (including
             JET                          experimental input data accuracy)
09:30        J-M. Noterdaeme              ICRH activity in ASDEX Upgrade
10:00        R. D’Inca                    Review of activity on arc detection (includes JET and
             R. Maggiora                  EDFDA task WP08-HCD-01-02)
             CEA
             JET
11:00        Coffee break
11:30        K. Vulliez                   ICRH activity in Tore Supra – Technical part
             L. Colas                     ICRH activity in Tore Supra – Physics part
             D. Douai                     RF plasma conditioning in Tore Supra
12:00        A. Lyssoivan                 RF plasma conditioning in TEXTOR
             G. Van Wassenhove            ICRH activity in TEXTOR
12:30        R. Koch                      HPC calls for proposals
12:45        Reserve
13:00        Sandwich lunch


Input documents to the meeting

[1] Koch R., EFDA TV File Status of PFC design - v3
[2] Colas L., Agarici G., Faudot E., Goniche M., Jacquet P., et al., Note de travail CEA PHY/NTT-
     2008.008 (2008).
        Estimation of expected power / particle fluxes on ITER PFCs caused by local acceleration of particles in RF fields.
        Contract EFDA 07/1700-1572
[3] Lowry C.G.-IAEA 2008 IT/1-4; http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Meetings/FEC2008/it_1-4.pdf
[4] Loarte A. -IAEA 2008 IT/p6-13; http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Meetings/FEC2008/it_p6-
13.pdf
[5] Vulliez K., EFDA TV File Vulliez-memo_KV_nov08




                                               4th December 2008

								
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