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September 07 IO action items background, by C. Wong.

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September 07 IO action items background, by C. Wong

ITER, Cadarache, January 26, 2007Clement Wong, General Atomics, USAValery Chuyanov, Chang Shuk Kim, at this time the only TBM engineerAlessandro Tesini, the remote handling managerMarkus Iseli, Kimihiro Ioki, replaced by Michael PickManfred Glugla, Jerry Sovka, ITEROtto Bede, KFKI-RMKI, Hungary, generated the AEU drawings most likely has left Cadarache

TBM Facility Requirements in ITER

and Estimated Cost

‘A very preliminary assessment’

Special assignment, OFES, USA


Three Interface Areas +tritium area a total of 4 areas

3. TCWS Area

TBM Port Plug

EU HCPB helium system

Cooling lines

1. Port Cell Area

Ancillary Equipment

2. Hot Cell Area

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1. Port Cell Area: replacement of TBM

Mainly for the purpose of cost estimate, transfer cask to be supplied by IO

TBM Removal:

Step 1: Disconnect port plug and ancillary equipment,

move AEU away

Step 2: Bring in transfer cask and extract port plug and

move it to hot cell

Step 3: Move and insert port plug into the hot cell “red zone”

TBM Return:

Step 4: Test of TBM and ancillary equipment at the hot cell area

Step 5: Disconnect utilities and put port plug on the transfer cask

and move it to the port cell

Step 6: Insert TBM, take transfer cask away and reconnect TBM

with the ancillary equipment

Cutting and re-welding

of PbLi pipes on the AE

will be done in a tent

AEU & transport

TBM transfer cask

Hot cell area

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2. Hot Cell Area

  • Needs additional

  • Hot cell “red zone” windows and services

  • RH equipment

  • Hot cell area for ancillary equipment maintenance

  • Utilities for TBM and ancillary equipment tests

To be parked and

Maintained here

Utilities: e.g. AC/DC, water,

high pressure helium, diagnostics…etc.,

for the testing of TBM and ancillary

equipment

AEU

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TBM Exchange

  • Since then at the TBWG-18 meeting, remote handling area presented the transport cask carrrying the tubes area and AEU

  • EU group coordinated presentation with in-situ remote cutting and re-weld of tubes

  • US presented a mostly hands-on port plug removal approach

  • These are not only approaches and should be analyzed by parties

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US suggestion:

Moving the bioshield inward

and re-locate the interface 2

to next to the AEU between

11 and 9

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