Author: Hagge, L.
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TUPME002 Design Integration at the International Linear Collider 1559
  • B. List, L. Hagge, J. Kreutzkamp, N.J. Walker
    DESY, Hamburg, Germany
  In preparation for the Technical Design Report of the International Linear Collider, a comprehensive design of the accelerator has been compiled. DESY has contributed a systematic design integration approach, which helps to achieve a complete, correct and consistent design. We use the lattice as the leading element for design integration. Geometry information including 3D visualization models are derived from the lattice, and are used to ensure that the beamlines fit and suited for access and installation. The 3D models are also used as basis for tunnel and cavern layout. As detailed designs of components become available, the lattice is adjusted and the overall models are iterated. Lists of components are derived from the lattice and are used to generate a component bill of materials, which in turn serves as basis for cost estimation and installation planning. An integrated 3D model of the entire accelerator and all the civil construction elements helps to optimize the design for example with regard to space efficiency, ease of access for installation, and life safety. Setting up design integration in an early project stage results in a better design helps to reduce costs.  
THPFI008 Experience and Benefits from PLM-based Parts Management at European XFEL 3306
  • L. Hagge, J.A. Dammann, S. Eucker, A. Frank, J. Kreutzkamp, D. Käfer, D. Szepielak, N. Welle
    DESY, Hamburg, Germany
  DESY has developed a parts management solution, which is used in the series fabrication of accelerator components for the European XFEL. The parts management solution stores assembly instructions and drawings for each component, and it tracks the assembly progress of each individual component. It offers procedures for quality inspections, for handling non-conformities and for managing changes, and it tracks the current whereabouts and the entire history of each part. The solution is based on DESY's Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) System and integrates several laboratories and suppliers. The poster shows how parts management is used at the European XFEL in the production of the super-conducting rf cavities, in the assembly of the cryomodules and in the assembly of the undulators, and discusses experience and benefits.