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PACS Instrument Intermediate Design Review (IIDR). System Engineering DDVP, Model Philosophy, Critical Areas. Reinhard Katterloher. Status of Instrument Design. Detailed interface requirements have been finalised Subsystem design has been finalised

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Pacs instrument intermediate design review iidr

PACS Instrument Intermediate Design Review (IIDR)

System Engineering

DDVP, Model Philosophy, Critical Areas

Reinhard Katterloher

System Engineering


Status of instrument design

Status of Instrument Design

  • Detailed interface requirements have been finalised

  • Subsystem design has been finalised

  • Detailed system design has been finalised

  • Design for on-board software has been finalised

  • Design of EGSE and OGSE concept have been finalised

System Engineering


Status of h w documentation at iidr

Status of H/W Documentation at IIDR

  • All Specifications Documents related to components, subunits and units are issued

  • Interface Requirements Doc. and all ICDs are issued

  • The Instrument Requirement Doc. is issued

  • The Instrument Science Requirement Doc. is issued

  • DDVP is updated to final instrument design

  • Test Plan (instrument AIV and calibr.) is issued (draft)

  • IID-B update issued

System Engineering


Ddvp and tp main contents

DDVP and TP Main Contents

  • DDVP describes the development approach according to the system level requirements, the overall qualification and verification concept at subunit/unit/ instrument level. No further issues are intended.

  • Individual DDVPs are issued for components, subunits and units. They contain the relevant detailed information and cover the DIV program (environmen-tal and performance) until delivery of items to MPE.

  • TP deals in detail with that part of DDVP which is related to all AIV activities (environmental and performance/calibration) on Instrument Level. Schedules and Test Facilities are included.

System Engineering


Subsystem verification qualification of units

Subsystem Verification (Qualification of Units)

System Engineering


General instrument aiv sequence

Instrument Units manufactured byPACS Consortium Partners

AIV on Unit level

GEN-AIV-T01

Delivery Readiness Review

(acceptance tests passed

at manufacturers site)

GEN-AIV-T02

Delivery of Units

to

MPE

GEN-AIV-T03

Delivery

to

ESA

GEN-AIV-T05

Integration and Instrument Level Test (ILT-AVM/CQM/PFM/FS)

Responsibility of MPE

(cryovibration/functional and performance test/spectral calibrationat TBD / MPE / LENS using special test equipment at different test sites)

GEN-AIV-T04

General Instrument AIV Sequence

System Engineering


Instrument units deliverables

Instrument Units (Deliverables)

  • 1 cryogenic FPU mounted on OB

  • 8 warm electronics boxes mounted on SVM- 1 DPU (prime and redund.)- 2 SPU (1 prime, 1 redund.)- 4 analogue electronics boxes DEC1, MEC1 (prime), DEC2, MEC2 (redund.)- 1 analogue box BOLC

  • 1 preamplifier box BOLA mounted on CVV

  • 1 set of interconnecting harnesses

System Engineering


Instrument block diagram

Instrument Block Diagram

System Engineering


Thermal mathematical model

Thermal Mathematical Model

  • Upgrade of TMM performed after implementation of bolometer assembly and according to design progress.

  • New steady state conditions and transient behavior (temperatures and heat fluxes) of all inner parts of the FPU available.

  • Predictions are reliable, if the PACS TMM is combined with the S/C cryostat TMM.

  • An FPU cooldown time of more than 5 days is expected

System Engineering


Thermal mathematical model schematic

Thermal Mathematical Model Schematic

System Engineering


Structural mathematical model

Structural Mathematical Model

  • Structural Analysis repeatedly performed after final FPU design. Impact of improvements on parts of FPU structure is being investigated

  • Resonances above 100 Hz achieved

  • Values for resonance amplifications will be available very soon giving final loads on individual subunits (chopper, grating, detectors, bolometer assembly, filterwheels, sources etc.)

  • Results under agenda point FPU Mechanics

System Engineering


Redundancy concept

Redundancy Concept

  • WE units redundancy features- fully redundant: DPU, SPU, MEC- partly redundant:BOLC- not redundant: BOLA, DEC (several features to improve reliability)

  • FPU redundancy features (no full redundancy)- Detectors (modules, supply groups, subarrays) - neither optics nor mechanisms are redundant (redundant windings and sensors)

System Engineering


Redundancy scheme wiring

Redundancy Scheme (Wiring)

System Engineering


Grounding concept and emc emi

Grounding Concept and EMC/EMI

  • A final grounding concept has been achieved, detailed diagrams are shown in document PACS-ME-LI-006

  • EMC/EMI study has started at MPE to identify and analyse critical points of system design. Modeling will provide EMC improvement.

  • Grounding and EMC issues will be presented under agenda point Grounding Scheme

System Engineering


Model philosophy

Model Philosophy

  • Deliverable Models to ESA are AVM, CQM, PFM, FS cold FPU (refurbished CQM) and electronics spare kits.

  • For qualification of warm electronics units a QM model is required. But, a specific PACS SPU QM will not be built, qualification is done within Planck Proj.

  • AVMs will not be returned to the PIs together with the CQM.

  • For the test and calibration program (ILT) on the refurbished CQM FS-FPU (and for the benefit of further S/W development), all QM WE units are needed on instrument level (missing QMs need to be replaced by AVMs).

System Engineering


H w deliverables means not a deliverable

H/W Deliverables (...) means not a deliverable

System Engineering


Critical areas

Critical Areas

Critical Areas regarding technology issues:

  • CRE redesign and manufacture of complete QM-FEE (=> pretests on basic circuits)

  • Grating assembly performance (=> development model, investigation of dry lubricants of bearings)

  • Bolometer subarray manufacture

  • Chopper (=> lifetime model)

  • Black Paint (=> sampleperformance and qualification program)

  • Temperature Sensors (=> qualification program)

System Engineering


Critical areas ctd

Critical Areas ctd.

Critical Areas with respect to AIV and schedule:

  • CRE redesign/manufacture/delivery loop

  • Detector modules and array/baffle assembly

  • Detector module testing (little/no margin)

  • Bolometer Unit AIV

  • ILTs (little/no margin)

System Engineering


Cre risk analysis

CRE Risk Analysis

  • Increased progress in CRE development makes a need for replacement of CREs by TIAs in the Photodetector Modules very unlikely

  • CQM detector arrays will be fitted with CREs

  • TIA performance proven during QM detector module pretests at MPE

System Engineering


Impact of tia arrays on pacs performance

Impact of TIA-Arrays on PACS performance

  • In case the CRE performance is not adequate for PACS FM , the impact is- two 25x16 (CRE) arrays to be replaced by two 4x16 (TIA) arrays- heat dissipation 35 mW, linear 1x4 on sky

  • Re-definition of spectrometer calibration and observation, redesign DEC, S/W redesign DEC, SPU, DPU

  • TIA concept is not an alternative solution, PACS efficiency in observation time degraded

System Engineering


Summary slide

Summary Slide

  • Redundancy Concept

  • Redundancy Scheme (Wiring)

  • Grounding Concept and EMC/EMI

  • Model Philosophy

  • H/W Deliverables (...) means not a deliverable

  • Critical Areas

  • Critical Areas ctd.

  • CRE Risk Analysis

  • Impact of TIA-Arrays on PACS performance

  • Summary slides

  • PACS Instrument Intermediate Design Review (IIDR)

  • PACS Instrument Intermediate Design Review (IIDR)

  • Status of Instrument Design

  • Status of H/W Documentation at IIDR

  • DDVP and TP Main Contents

  • Subsystem Verification (Qualification of Units)

  • General Instrument AIV Sequence

  • Instrument Units (Deliverables)

  • Instrument Block Diagram

  • Thermal Mathematical Model

  • Thermal Mathematical Model Schematic

  • Structural Mathematical Model

System Engineering


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