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EU Fusion Research Data Base Survey. Acknowledgement of Input First attempt of DB classification Desired DB properties/qualities Examples of existing DB’s p/q Summary. Contributors to the Survey. FZ- Juelich FZ- Karlsruhe ÖAW-EURATOM Association ENEA-RFX EURATOM-MEdC

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Eu fusion research data base survey

EU Fusion Research Data Base Survey

Acknowledgement of Input

First attempt of DB classification

Desired DB properties/qualities

Examples of existing DB’s p/q

Summary

Knud Thomsen 23 Feb 2007 CSA Information Workshop


Contributors to the survey

Contributors to the Survey

  • FZ- Juelich

  • FZ- Karlsruhe

  • ÖAW-EURATOM

  • Association ENEA-RFX

  • EURATOM-MEdC

  • EURATOM/UKAEA Fusion Association

  • Institute of Mathematics and Informatics (IMI) of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

  • EU PWI Task Force

  • EU ITM Task Force

  • ITPA International Diagnostic Database

  • EFDA CSU-Garching

  • IPP-Greifswald

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First attempt of db classification

First attempt of DB classification

  • Atomic Physics / Spectroscopy

  • Molecular Physics

  • Materials

  • Neutronics

  • Plasma-Wall Interaction / Plasma-Surface Interaction

  • (ITPA data bases)

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Atomic physics spectroscopy

Atomic Physics / Spectroscopy

  • ADAS Atomic Data and Analysis StructureCaretaker H.P. Summers

  • NIST Atomic Spectra DatabaseCaretakers Yu. Ralchenko, A.E. Kramida, and J. Reader

  • Alladin

  • ORNL database links

  • Plasma Gate links

  • Atomic Database for Web Applications, ATOM paper

  • Kelly Atomic Line databaseCaretaker P.L. Smith

  • Database for INELASTIC COLLISINS OF LITHIUM ATOMS

  • Database for INELASTIC COLLISINS OF SODIUM ATOMS

  • Spectral data for highly ionized atoms: Ti, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Kr, and MoT. Shirai, J. Sugar, A. Musgrove, W.L. Wiese

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Molecular physics

Molecular Physics

  • Atomic & Molecular DatabaseCaretaker D. Reiter

  • HYDKINCaretaker B. Kueppers

  • NIST Japan

  • The HITRAN DatabaseCaretaker L.S. Rothman

  • IAEA Molecular Database

  • AMDIS

  • Ehrhard/Langer and Janev/Reiter compilations for hydrocarbon dissociation/excitation

  • NIFS Database, Nagoya, Japan

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Materials

Materials

  • Online Data & Information Network for Energy (ODIN)JRC Petten

  • Materials Database Mat-DBJRC Petten

  • Fusion Materials DatabaseCaretaker P.J. Karditsas

  • MatWeb, Your Source for Materials Information

  • In the framework of the IAEA data have been collected for hydrogen retention (Diffusion coeff. recombination coeff, solubility) and will be published in 2007. Data for intermixing and phase formation were collected in APID, Vol. 12 (2003)

  • Thermo-mechanical data for fusion relevant materials were collected for ITER by V. Barabash

  • MDB - Greifswald

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Neutronics

Neutronics

  • The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA)

  • Nuclear Data Services  (JEFF, EAF, IEAF)

  • European Activation System

  • Nuclear Data Center at Japan Atomic Energy Agency

  • WWW Servers Related to Nuclear Data

  • Table of Isotope Production Cross Sections (ACSELAM)S. Tanaka, N. Yamano,

  • TALYS software for the simulation of nuclear reactions

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Pwi psi

PWI / PSI

  • Atomic and Plasma-Material Interaction Data for Fusion (APID Series)

  • Surface Interaction DatabaseCaretaker D. Reiter

  • ORNL-Data Base on "Particle Interaction with Surfaces", E.W. Thomas ORNL-6088/V3 1985

  • Sputtering data for Fusion, experimental and computer simulated, compiled at IPP by W. Eckstein

  • Alladin

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Desired db properties qualities

Desired DB properties/qualities

  • Data base access

    • Internet access Yes/No

    • Medium: Paper, electronic form, relational database

    • Public / restricted access

    • Free / subscription fees?

  • Data base use

    • Documentation

    • User manual

    • Data base tools

    • Data base interface

  • Data base status

    • Range of data – gaps?

    • Missing data / variables

    • Other shortcomings

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Comment on data base interface

Comment on Data Base Interface

EU ITM Task Force (P. Strand)

Support to extend the Universal Access Layer backend or alternatively to create a set of standalone filters that would provide the connectivity or filter from the different experiments to the ITM-TF database and structures.

This UAL should in principle cover all DB’s

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Example 1 adas

Example (1) ADAS

  • Data base access

    • Internet access - yes

    • Relational database

    • Restricted access (Open-ADAS free?)

    • Subscription fee

  • Data base use

    • Documentation - yes

    • User manual - yes

    • Data base tools - yes

    • Data base interface - yes

      In general the access to the data is for a non-ADAS professional user not easy and the data format needs a thorough reading of the instruction manual (for e.g. to distinguish single lines from multiplets). One would wish more user friendly inputs/outputs.

      (User training ?)

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Example 1 adas contd

Example (1) ADAS contd.

  • Data base status

    • Range of data – gaps?Gaps exist especially in medium and highly ionised high-Z spectral data. For tungsten, results for energy levels and wavelengthscould be obtained from EBITs (e.g. Fussmann, Berlin).For fusion charge exchange data there is still a need for basic cross section calculations by outside groups.ionisation per photon coefficients S/XB data for boron and tungsten are not (yet) available.Cross sections for charge-exchange collisions between C ions in different charge state. Atomic data for W, Be. Work to be done both for short wavelengths and high-Z ions (characteristic of high temperature plasmas) and for long wavelengths and low-Z ions (for divertor plasmas and other plasma sources, e.g. plasma source for ITER neutral beam). PECs (Photon Emission Coefficients) and ionisation and recombination cross sections for heavy and medium Z species .Development of time dependent CR models for He & Ar, useful for the measurement of electron density and temperature of the negative ion sources for ITER neutral beam.

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Example 1 adas contd1

Example (1) ADAS contd.

  • Data base status

    • Missing data / variablesThe data can often not be used e.g. for divertor and plasma edge modelling, because the underlying raw data (cross sections and differential c.s.) are not (easily) available and hence the condensed data for a particular computer simulation application in the proper format can often not be processed by the user.The asymptotic behavior of data (cross sections, rate coefficients) e.g. at threshold or at high energies, beyond the tabulated range of Energies / temperatures is often not explicitly made available, with high risk of misuse of data e.g. in dynamic computer modelling applications.

    • Other shortcomingsA lot of theoretical information has already been provided by the ADAS group as well as by outside atomic physicists, but, due to a lack of manpower, there are still substantial gaps.

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Example 2 molecular db s juelich

Example (2) Molecular DB’s Juelich

  • Data base access

    • Internet access Yes

    • Electronic form (PDF’s) and DB (Hydkin)

    • Public access

    • Free

  • Data base use

    • Documentation – No not really

    • User manual – Only for Eirene code

    • Data base tools - Yes

    • Data base interface – Yes but basic

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Example 2 molecular db s juelich contd

Example (2) Molecular DB’s Juelich contd.

  • Data base status

    • Range of data – gaps?Low temperature hydrogen molecular kinetics (vibration, excitation,….).Vibrational and electronic excitation of hydrides (CxHy, BeH4, Silanes, etc…..), collisional radiative models for diatomic molecules (C2, CH, ….)

    • Missing data / variablesDatabase developed, but unified formatting and implementation into fusion codes pending.N / N2 collisional radiative model (for plasma edge cooling)Desirable to get some benchmark quantum mechanical calculations for fusion relevant molecules (low priority).

    • Other shortcomings????

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Example 3 mat db jrc petten

Example (3) Mat-DB JRC Petten

  • Data base access

    • Internet access Yes

    • Rrelational database

    • Restricted access – Need to register

    • Free

  • Data base use

    • Documentation – Not really

    • User manual – Not really

    • Data base tools - Yes

    • Data base interface - ?? Needs improvement

  • Data base status

    • Range of data – gaps?Essential gaps to be filled in the future are properties of joints, low cycle fatigue data and mechanical properties of irradiated materials.

    • Missing data / variables

    • Other shortcomingsENEA-RFX has compiled a long list that may be relevant

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Example 4 nuclear data services jeff eaf ieaf

Example (4) Nuclear Data Services (JEFF, EAF, IEAF)

  • Data base access

    • Internet access Yes

    • Relational database

    • Public

    • Free

  • Data base use

    • Documentation - yes

    • User manual - yes

    • Data base tools - yes

    • Data base interface - ??

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Example 4 nuclear data services jeff eaf ieaf contd

Example (4) Nuclear Data Services (JEFF, EAF, IEAF)contd.

  • Data base status

    • Range of data – gaps? – None at present

    • Missing data / variables – None at present

    • Other shortcomingsTo facilitate application development from high level languages, advanced interfaces are required from the databases. Such interfaces may be in the form of data access objects for high level languages (like Java or C++) or, preferably, web services. When using multiple data sources inside a single application, it would be very useful to have a common authentication mechanism, in order to reduce the number of passwords required for accessing the data. This can be achieved through generic authentication mechanisms, like PAPI.

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Example 5 atomic and plasma material interaction data for fusion apid

Example (5) Atomic and Plasma-Material Interaction Data for Fusion (APID )

  • Data base access

    • Internet access Yes

    • Paper and Relational database

    • Public access

    • Free / subscription for paper (not available on web)|

  • Data base use

    • Documentation – restricted access

    • User manual – restricted access

    • Data base tools - Yes

    • Data base interface – Not really

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Example 5 atomic and plasma material interaction data for fusion apid contd

Example (5) Atomic and Plasma-Material Interaction Data for Fusion (APID )contd

  • Data base status

    • Range of data – gaps?Plasma surface interaction data: Hydride + Wall -> ???Recycling coefficients for atomic and molecular hydrogen isotopes.Sputtering coefficients for H_xC_y hydrocarbons and its isotopes.

    • Missing data / variables

    • Other shortcomingsA more recent and widely accessible data base on "Particle Interaction with Fusion Relevant Surfaces" covering physical sputtering, chemical sputtering, reflection, fragmentation/ dissociation, electron emission, implantation, retention etc. would be desirable

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Summary

Summary

  • A first attempt on classifying the available DB’s

  • Proposed a set of desired properties for a DB setup

  • Examples of the properties of existing DB’s

  • Identified gaps / shortcomings

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Itpa data bases international fusion data bases

ITPA data bases & International Fusion Data bases

  • Global L-mode Confinement DatabaseCaretaker F. Imbeaux, DRFC Cadarache

  • H-mode Power Threshold DatabaseCaretaker Y. Martin, CRPP

  • Global H-mode Confinement DatabaseCaretaker K. Thomsen, EFDA CSU - Garching

  • Global ITB Confinement DatabaseCaretaker F. Imbeaux, DRFC Cadarache

  • Profile DatabaseCaretaker C. Roach, UKAEA Culham

  • Disruption DatabaseCaretaker J. Wesley, GA San Diego

  • International Diagnostic DatabaseCaretaker T. Donne, FOM Rijnhuizen

  • International Stellarator Confinement DatabaseCaretaker A. Dinklage, IPP-EURATOM Association, Greifswald

  • International Pellet Ablation DatabaseCaretaker L.R. Baylor, ORNL Oakridge

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Itpa international diagnostic database t donne

ITPA International Diagnostic Database(T. Donne)

Many EU devices are underrepresented (JET, FTU, TCV, TJ-II, ISTTOK, etc.).

It would be good if those devices could be more active in the IDD.

STATUS of IDD today

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