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ILC Engineering Design Phase - Status & Plans. Mike Harrison GDE/BNL . Reference Design Report. The draft report and associated cost estimate was presented to ICFA in Beijing. 11km SC linacs operating at 31.5 MV/m for 500 GeV Centralized injector

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ilc engineering design phase status plans

ILC Engineering Design Phase - Status & Plans

Mike Harrison


Global Design Effort

reference design report
Reference Design Report

The draft report and associated cost estimate was presented to ICFA in Beijing

  • 11km SC linacs operating at 31.5 MV/m for 500 GeV
  • Centralized injector
    • Circular damping rings for electrons and positrons
    • Undulator-based positron source
  • Single IR with 14 mrad crossing angle
  • Dual tunnel configuration for safety and availability

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reference design cost estimate
Reference Design Cost Estimate
  • The Value costs have been reviewed 3 times:
    • 3 day “internal review” in Dec 06
    • ILCSC MAC review in Jan 07
    • International Cost review in Orsay, Paris May 07
  • Σ Value = 6.62 B ILC Units
    • The technical design has been reviewed by the MAC
    • Also at the DOE ART review to a certain extent
  • The RDR & cost estimate + associated technical reviews has been formally presented to FALC 3 days ago (Rome) and will be presented to ICFA in August (Korea - Lepton Photon conference). This will end this phase of the project.


RDR “Value” Costs

Total Value Cost (FY07)

4.80 B ILC Units Shared


1.82 B Units Site Specific


14.1 K person-years

(“explicit” labor = 24.0 M person-hrs @ 1,700 hrs/yr)

1 ILC Unit = $ 1 (2007)

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ilc engineering design phase
ILC Engineering Design Phase
  • We are at an evident change point in the ILC Project.
    • Two years after the formal formation of the GDE,
    • the recent completion of the draft Reference Design Report (RDR) marks a major milestone in this global effort.
  • The GDE is now in the process of restructuring itself and making plans for the engineering design phase, leading to the completion of the ILC Engineering Design Report (EDR) in 2010.

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engineering design phase will include
Engineering Design phase will include:
  • Basic R&D to demonstrate that all components can be engineered
  • R&D into alternative solutions to mitigate remaining risk.
  • An overall design to allow machine construction to start within 3 years,
  • selection between high tech options must be made to allow industrialization efforts.
  • A comprehensive value-engineering exercise must be conducted.
  • A complete value cost estimate for the machine must be provided, including a funding profile consistent with the project schedule.
  • A project execution plan must be produced, including a realistic schedule.
  • Designs for facilities shared between different “area systems”, and for site-specific infrastructure. The designs must include the level of detail needed for regions to estimate the cost to host
  • All necessary information must be provided to regions to evaluate project technical and financial risks in support of a bid to host.
high priority controlling cost
High Priority – Controlling COST
  • fundamental  containment of the current RDR Value estimate (no cost creep).
  • potential cost-reduction via engineering
    • clearly identified in the RDR (do we really need two tunnels ?).
  • Together with the risk-mitigating/cost reducing prioritised R&D program

n.b. the Reference design costs were reduced by ~25% from the original numbers

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  • Second focus: increasing direct involvement of industries
  • Preparation for mass production
    • is a critical issue for key technologies,
    • understanding how individual countries can contribute in-kind
  • This must be achieved on a truly worldwide basis,
    • Intend to follow free-market
    • including seeking out and developing potential (new) industrial bases

For example  India

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rdr provides guidance
RDR provides guidance
  • The RDR provides a design and a value estimate that is parametric in nature,
    • allows us to identify the cost drivers and the technical risks;
    • critical in prioritizing both engineering and R&D,
  • primary cost drivers:
    • SCRF linac technology
    • CFS,
    • ~70% of the ILC value estimate.
  • These two will be a major focus during the EDR

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prioritization for the edr
Prioritization for the EDR
  • Based on:
    • Technical risk mitigation
    • Cost risk mitigation
    • Cost reduction
    • Preparation
  • Not in the above order:
    • Quantitative evaluation possible based on RDR Value estimate and plan
  • Mechanism?
    • Define proposed Work Packages,
    • Build Work Breakdown Structure
    • Secure institutional/funding agency consensus

Reference design risk


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getting started on the edr
Getting Started on the EDR:
  • Re-organize ourselves toward the EDR
    • Project management-based structure,
    • Definition, scope and resources
  • Examine RDR & plan EDR a starting point
    • Multi-day technical meetings planned
    • Internally controlled process
  • Continue the design work and technical R&D

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edr objectives main linac technology
EDR Objectives – Main Linac Technology:
  • Complete the critical R&D as identified by the R & D Board task forces.
  • Coordinate/monitor industrialization efforts
  • Identify a plan for consolidating design work
  • Identify ways in which the maximum benefit can be obtained from the European XFEL project
    • Formally launched June 5, 2007

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edr objectives conventional facilities siting cfs
EDR Objectives: Conventional Facilities & Siting (CFS)
  • CF/S has been identified as an RDR cost driver;
    • expected to yield cost reduction through “value” engineering.
  • Complicated via site/regional dependencies:
    • Need to delineate global/generic engineering and site/region-specific engineering;
    • Both categories to be clearly identified in WBS.
  • Primary EDR Goals:
    • iteration of CF/S requirements with accelerator designers/engineers (‘value engineering’);
    • Detailed evaluation of alternative solutions (e.g. shallow site);
    • Prepare critical information for specific site selection / development;
  • Lack of an agreed-upon single site is a significant problem

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edr objectives accelerator systems
EDR Objectives: Accelerator Systems
  • Define performance-driven specifications for the accelerator components and infrastructure
  • Iterate cost/performance trade-offs
    • CF/S will be a focus;
  • Demonstrate that the accelerator design fulfills the required performance goals in a cost-effective way;
    • by demonstration via critical R&D;
    • by simulation;
  • Maintain a risk register, and develop alterative fall-back solutions.

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restructuring the gde
Restructuring the GDE
  • Project Management for the EDR Phase
  • Devised along functional lines
        • (instead of institutional or regional…)
        • Many WP’s will have strong institutional center
  • Relationship between Project and Institutes through a series of ‘Memoranda’
  • Defines a Work Package for a given Institution
  • we must be extremely careful to develop and maintain inter-regional consensus/balance

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ilc project management
ILC Project Management
  • Global focus
  • Role of the project managers in relation to the regional directors:
  • Project Managers are responsible for
    • Leading the worldwide technical development effort
    • Setting technical direction and executing the project toward realization of the ILC
  • Regional Directors are responsible for
    • Promoting, seeking funding and authorization of the international cooperative program.

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ilc project management as a proposal for the organization toward edr
ILC Project Managementasa proposal for the organization toward EDR


ILC Council (ILCSC)

Funding Agencies and Institutions

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Director’s Office

Director: B. Barish

assisted by Project Managers:

M. Ross*, N. Walker, A. Yamamoto


- Accelerator Advisory

- RD sub-panel

- Design & Industr. SubP.

Executive Committee

Director, Reg. Directors,

Accelerator Experts, PMs

Regional Leadership

(by Regional Directors)

- Funding and Authorization

Technical Leadership (by Project Managers)

- Engineering Design and R&D


M. Nozaki


M. Harrison


B. Foster

Tech. Sys.

A. Yamamoto

Global Sys.

M. Ross

Accel. Sysy

N. Walker

P. M. Officey

N. Walker

Many Tasks

Instit. ….




Instit. ….

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edr project management
EDR Project Management

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managing a non centrally funded project
Managing a non-centrally funded project:
  • green indicates a commitment:
    • institute will deliver
  • MoUs facilitate connection:
    • Project Management (authority and responsibility) and institutions (funding and resources).
  • The ‘C’  coordinating role in a WP
    • Each WP has only one coordinator.


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Beam Delivery System Level 3

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Beam Delivery System Work Packages


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Beam Delivery System (sub) Work Packages

Structure of sub


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memoranda of understanding
Memoranda of Understanding
  • Until we have central funding, the GDE must continue to seek its resources indirectly via the institutes forming the collaboration.
  • Responsibilities for delivering a WP must be formally agreed upon between the GDE Project Management and the corresponding institute via MoU.
  • The institutes are then responsible for obtaining the necessary resources for the task from their funding sources (agencies).
  • The process by which the WPs are defined, and the allocation of institutes to carry out those WPs through MoUs, must be an open and transparent process allowing all interested parties to make a proposal to carry out the work and to understand and accept the criteria used in decision making.

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  • SCRF ‘Centers of Excellence’ in each region
    • Infrastructure and key staff ready for EDR
    • Supports R & D and development of industry
  • ILC Design and Engineering expertise in each region
    • CERN has unique expertise in large scale civil engineering, mass production of cryogenic components and cryogenic systems

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2007 08 edr meeting schedule
2007/08 – EDR Meeting Schedule








PM Team




Tohoku GDE meeting

EDR ‘Kick Off’ Meetings

EU GDE meeting (Dubna ?)

EDR R & D Meetings

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2007 08 edr milestones
2007/08 EDR Milestones
  • May – Project Managers announced:
    • Akira Yamamoto (KEK)
    • Marc Ross (Fermilab) chair
    • Nick Walker (DESY)
  • Aug. – Korea ILCSC PM submission
  • Aug. to Oct. – EDR Kick Off Meetings
  • Oct – DRAFT Work Packages / WBS
    • Fermilab ILC GDE meeting
  • Jan. to Feb. 08 – EDR R & D Meetings
  • March 2008 – Tohoku ILC Meeting
    • EDR organization in place (WBS, MoU drafts)

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  • GDE transition from reference design phase to the engineering design phase is underway
  • The goal is to produce a design by 2010 which can be used for project approval, site selection and updated cost estimates. Consistent with construction start ~ 3 years later
  • Engineering Design phase will benefit from:
    • Strong, steady support from funding agencies
    • Institutional commitment to further develop collaborations
    • A commitment to unify and strengthen governance

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