Euroatom FP7

Overview

  • Heavy Element Spectoscopy and Models
    • WP1: Heavy element baseline generation
      • Test and release automated scripted code package for multi-configuration structure computation of atomic structure and baseline ADAS adf04 data production using promotional rule algorithms for any element up to radon.
      • Enable configuration average version of above allowing task 1 calculation sizing to local computation and generate associated power deficit/ power top-up estimation.
      • Release central ADAS baseline data as above for Kr, Xe, Sn, Ag, W.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP2: Managing spectral complexity
      • Test and release automated scripted code package for emissivity and feature emissivity generation, using heavy element baseline adf04 data, delivering adf15 and adf40 formats at `ic', `ls' and `ca' resolution.
      • Utilise automatic sizing to delimit zones of avoidance for high resolution spectroscopy.
      • Experimental exploitation/validation. Timing is subject to experimental campaigns and indeterminate at this stage.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP3: Fitting to impurity transport codes
      • Test and release code for superstage compression using arbitrary flexible ionisation stage partitioning.
      • Enable automatic partition creation of `natural' type for spectroscopy and `dynamic' type for transport models.
      • Implement post-processing capability for spectral prediction in superstage formulation.
      • Exploitation/validation in association with plasma models. Timing is subject to experimental campaigns and indeterminate at this stage.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP4: Lifting the baseline
      • Test and release automated scripted code package for configuration average multi-configuration structure computation of ionisation and excitation/autoionisation cross-sections with ADAS adf23 and adf07 data production using promotional rule algorithms for any element up to radon.
      • Enable post-processing of restricted AUTOSTRUCTURE calculations to generate BBGP drivers. Release BBGP model for state-selective state selective adf09 dielectronic coefficient production.
      • Implement global scaling update of parametric forms used for baseline ionisation/recombination data production of format adf03 using above results.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP5: Embedding low and high ion fiducials
      • Procure level 2 ionisation data for selected tungsten ion of charge state < 20, including initial inner electron loss followed by complex Auger/radiative shake-down and shake-off - the calculations to use massive multi-config. Jucys methods. Embed in the extended ionisation data handling capacity of ADAS format adf23 and utilise in the higher off- diagonal matrix handlers of the superstage compression algorithms. Develop error estimates for level1.
      • Procure fiducial level 2 `ic' atomic structure, radial and Born integrals for W0 , W+1 and other selected ions from advanced polarisability, finite core, calculations. Embed in `ic' population modelling, delivering level 2 emissivities and photon efficiencies. Develop error estimates for level 1.
      • Procure fiducial level 2 `ic' DARC (fully relativistic) and RMATRIX-II (`ic' inner region) for excitation cross- sections of W+60 and other selected neighbouring ions for comparison with RMATRIX-ICFT results. Embed in `ic' population modelling, delivering level 2 emissivities. Develop error estimates for level 1.
      • Implement global upscaling of level 1 using inferred scaling parameters from the fiducials.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
  • Medium-weight element Generalised Collisional-Radiative modelling
    • WP27: AS/DW baseline lift to levels 1 and 2
      • AUTOSTRUCTURE distorted-wave implementation in LS and IC coupling for adf04 production
      • Mass production for medium weight elements.
    • WP28: GCR ionisation and recombination
      • Ionisation rate fractionisation for metastable level 1 and level 2 modelling.
      • Dielectronic recombination for level 1 and level2 modelling using BBGP/adf04 type 6 data.
  • Charge Exchange Spectroscopy
    • WP6: Shared CXS analysis
      • Enable CXSFIT operation for and create interfaces to requesting European fusion laboratory machines.
      • Enable NEW-CHEAP operation for and create interfaces to requesting European fusion laboratory machines.
      • Orbit/orientation correction implementation.
      • Experimental exploitation/validation. Timing is subject to experimental campaigns and indeterminate at this stage.
      • CXSFIT revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
      • NEW-CHEAP revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP7: Universal heavy element CXS modelling
      • Implement the infinite n-shell bundle-n population model driven by charge exchange recombination from fast H(n=1) and H(n=2) beams using universal parametric forms for state selective cross-sections .
      • Implement merging of bundle-n population model projection matrices onto the l-redistributive cascade model for n-shells below the mixing limit.
      • Enable production of complete CXS adf12 emissivity sets for heavy element ion groups and assembly of feature emissivities of format adf40.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP8: Transport and multiple charge state CXS
      • Enable adjustment of l-mixing/cascade models for CXS emission by medium weight partially stripped species through improved level energy separations from static polarisabilities.
      • Enable generation of all charge exchange emission functions of adjacent partially stripped ions of an element along a beam-line pencil from a UTC/SANCO radial transport scenario.
      • Establish bootstrap paths through medium/heavy element sets and ion groups and between active CXS and passive line of sight observations. Assemble appropriate emission predictions for analysis.
      • Experimental exploitation/validation. Timing is subject to experimental campaigns and indeterminate at this stage.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP9: CXS data and fiducial embedding
      • Procure level 1 improved CTMC state selective charge exchange data for receiver charges >~16. Embed in ADAS adf01 format and derive extrapolation parameters. Develop error estimates for CTMC Vs improved CTMC .
      • Revise universal n- and l- shell parametric forms at higher charge state and beam energies >~50keV/amu .
      • Procure level 2 state selective charge exchange cross-section data for charge state >~16 in CCAO and CCMO approximation at energies <~50 keV/amu. Update CCAO/CCMO for light element nuclei. Revise ADAS adf12 effective emission coefficients.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
  • Beam Stopping and Beam Emission Spectroscopy
    • WP10: Lithium beam diagnostic
      • Procure and embed TUW lithium beam iterative electron density determination model as an ADAS code under ADAS maintenance. Provide ADAS-EU support of the application.
      • Procure and embed the lithium beam collision cross-section database as a new adf41 format in the ADAS database.
      • Experimental exploitation/validation. Timing is subject to experimental campaigns and indeterminate at this stage.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP11: Stark manifold and projection merging
      • Enable preparation of bundle-n GCR projection matrices for H-beams with motional Stark ionising fields.
      • Map projection matrices to Stark manifold GCR population and emissivity model.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP12: Beam emission/stopping consistency
      • Release attenuation and emission model synthesizing finite beams from beam pencils and plasma parameters for positive ion source beams.
      • Release attenuation and emission model synthesizing finite beams from beam pencils and plasma parameters. for negative ion source beams.
      • Experimental exploitation/validation. Timing is subject to experimental campaigns and indeterminate at this stage.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
  • Special Features
    • WP13: Zeeman feature enabling
      • Write and release routines for acquisition of Zeeman. Paschen feature emssivities in IDL, MATLAB and FORTRAN language from C language precursor.. Write and release an IDL display primitive for the special feature.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP14: Soft x-ray He/Li-like feature enabling
      • The creation step will release for general use and perform selective runs of a code package executing the two step chain of adf04 file creation followed by adf31 feature file creation. The first step assembles the extended form ofadf04 file which includes auto-ionising levels and autoionisation rates from AUTOSTRUCTURE calculation combined with electron impact excitation and ionisation rate coefficients. The second step in the chain is the extended collisional- radiative population code enabled for doubly-excited states.
      • Write and release routines for acquisition and interpolation of adf31 feature files in IDL, MATLAB and FORTRAN language. Write and release an IDL display primitive for the special feature.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP15: Balmer series/limit feature enabling
      • Write and release routines for acquisition and interpolation of adf36 Balmer series/limit feature files in IDL, MATLAB and FORTRAN language. Write and release an IDL display primitive for the special feature.
      • Write and release routines for acquisition and interpolation of adf45 Bremsstrahlung continuum feature files in IDL, MATLAB and FORTRAN language. Write and release an IDL display primitive for the special feature.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP16: Unified special feature spectral fitting
      • Embed all special feature modules in the spectral fitting algorithms.
      • Enable the complete interactive system for initial spectral interval representation, parametric control and pedagogical exploration.
      • Experimental exploitation/validation. Timing is subject to experimental campaigns and indeterminate at this stage.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
  • Diatomic Spectra and Collisional-Radiative Models
    • WP17: Create H2 database
      • Definition of the ADAS formats, followed by transcription into these formats. Verification tests.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP18: Embed H2/H c-r models
      • Implement H2 vibronic model as an ADAS code under ADAS long term maintenance.
      • Merge the H2 vibronic model with updated generalised collisional-radiative neutral H atom population models of ADAS.
      • Define appropriate hydrogen molecular/atomic derived collisional-radiative output formats adf51 and adf52. Write access routines for new ADAS formats adf47, adf50, adf51, adf52.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
    • WP19: Enable H2/H isotopomer spectral features
      • Implement a module for delivery, as a special feature, the rotationally resolved (in LTE) spectral emission from the H2/H models on spectral intervals from formats adf50 and adf51. Include precision rotational wavelengths through access to adf47 data.
      • Revision. Timing is subject to laboratory responses and indeterminate at this stage.
  • Dissemination: Releases, Courses and Visits
    • WP20: ADAS-EU atomic modelling courses
      • Prepare lecture and tutorial materials.
      • Deliver lectures and tutorials. Support hands-on atomic modelling for fusion practice and target participant research application needs from ADAS.
    • WP21: ADAS-EU external support visits
      • Check of ADAS performance on-site. Provide tutorials as appropriate to laboratory need. Identify and address fusion applications at the laboratory with atomic data and modelling needs.
      • Provide summary report of relevant activities at the laboratory and recommend further ADAS-EU support and/or work package extension.
    • WP29: ADAS-EU extended dissemination and training
      • Develop set of lectures and demonstrations.
      • Deliver extended training at 3 laboratories outside and 3 within EU.
  • Management: Training, Orientation and Quality Assurance
    • WP22: ADAS-EU central supervised work
      • Attendance at induction training by each ADAS-EU Research Fellow at UKAEA/JET.
      • Attendance at annual update training on ADAS developments. Report and evaluate task execution. Evaluate and plan/modify support at ADAS-EU Research Fellow's placement site.
    • WP23: ADAS-EU on-site orientation
      • Discuss and assess with local laboratory staff priorities for atomic data and model application. Adjust, extend or add work package tasks as appropriate and allocate contingency time. Oversee and advise placement ADAS-EU Research Fellow on first on-site work package execution.
      • Obtain local feedback on quality and effectiveness of ADAS-EU on-site support. Review with local staff current fusion targets and appropriate atomic model and data inputs. Adjust and/or extend work packages and allocate contingency time as appropriate.
    • WP24: Task vetting and progress checks
      • Review progress on work package tasks active in the period. Decide special actions. Quality assess data, code and specification documentation from completing work package task in the period. Day 1: HPS, MOM, ADW present for quality assessment.
      • Add new codes, data and documentation to ADAS repository and test. Day 2: MOM, ADW present for computer archive update.
    • WP25: Technical specification preparation
      • Recruitment phase at commencement of the project
      • Sub-contract specification and implementation in four waves
    • WP26: ADAS-EU primary report assembly
      • Collation of concluding documents from each support work package task completed in each six month reporting period. For each report prepare a commentary on the use and benefits from the task for applications in fusion and a critical assessment of the achievement of scientific milestones falling in the reporting period.
      • Assemble documentary materials required for each (annual) OPEN-ADAS release, combined as release notes and user support guidance on the new data and codes.
      • Prepare three reports on the setting up activities of the project. Each is associated with the induction training and placement of a ADAS-EU Research Fellow at each of the three sites, to include assessments of fusion analysis activities at the site potentially warranting new work packages and commitment of contingency time. The reports will detail the specification of sub-contracts set up in the periods. These will be milestone documents.
      • Prepare three periodic reports on the dissemination activities (other than OPEN-ADAS) of the preceding year, to include brief reports on visits to external sites and the ADAS-EU course in the period.
      • Prepare integrated reports and materials required at each of the three proposed Project Reviews and for Governance Committee meetings.
      • Prepare four integrated and comprehensive technical documents and 4 associated definitive review articles for the scientific literature (themes 1, 2, 3 and 4, two by each ADAS-EU Research Fellow).
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