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CF&S Reference Design Report
(RDR)
Fred Asiri
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CF&S Reference Design Report (RDR)
• Objective:
To adequately define scope, cost and schedule of the
ILC conventional facilities, so that the Technical Design
Report of the conventional facilities can fully executed
within the baselines established from the RDR
information.
• Schedule:
Assuming a completion deadline of December 2006, this
task is planned in three phases. Phase I; the concept
level of the report should be ready by March ‘06. Phase
II; preliminary draft of the report should be ready by July
‘06. And Phase III: the final draft of the report should be
ready by November ‘06.
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Throughout phases I, II & III, increasingly detailed information
will be required from each Area System/BDC. Followings are
the types of information:
Schematic and graphic concept sketches of the system
components, or subassemblies, revealing their function, size,
volume and weight, and their point of connection or interface with
other area systems.
Hazard level characterizations, by occupancy, especially for
radiation, combustible material fire load, and asphyxiating or
explosive gas volumes-concentrations etc.
Area system environmental needs such as thermal and vibration
stability, ground & rad water isolation, etc.
Area utility needs, per occupancy and point of connection,
described in standard engineering units for pressure, flow,
temperature, fluid velocity, power, voltage, current, power factor,
lumens, thermal tons, British thermal units, etc.
Largest maintenance units for replacement, with volume, weight,
dimensions, and transport fixtures.
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Information Required for phase I:
As a starter the following information are needed
from each “Area System” or in this case from BDS:
Single-line concept sketch showing the envelope of
their system
Block diagram showing the space to be dedicated for
their use
Interface data or outline specifications to adjacent
systems
Utility need list along their envelope
Environment need for their envelope such as thermal
and or vibration stability, radiation shielding
requirement, etc.
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