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Engineering > Design Review > WBS 132
Review Title Solenoid Assembly PDR/FDR
Date 06 September 2006
Cognizant Engineer Fred Dahlgren
Responsible Line Manager Brad Nelson
Review Board Chairperson Wayne Reiersen
Review Board Members Mike Cole, HM Fan, Art Brooks, Larry Dudek, Erik Perry, Phil Heitzenroeder
Invitees Tom Brown, Mike Cole, Raki Ramakrishnan, Fred Dahlgren, Joe Rushinski, HM Fan, Art Brooks, Brad Nelson, Hutch Neilson, Bob Simmons, Phil Heitzenroeder, Larry Dudek, Erik Perry, Mike Williams, Jerry Levine, Judy Malsbury, Jeff Makiel, Greg Pitonak, Mike Zarnstorff, Ron Strykowsky
Attendees Wayne Reiersen, Joe Rushinski, Tom Brown, Fred Dahlgren, HM Fan, Larry Dudek, Bob Simmons, Phil Heitzenroeder, Raki Ramakrishnan, Brad Nelson, Mike Cole, Kevin Freudenberg
Charge Provide a comprehensive list of requirements derived from the SRD and show how those requirements are met in the design of the solenoid assembly. Establish the adequacy of the PF1A coils as well as the structure holding them. Structural analyses should be documented in a formal analysis reported that has been independently checked.

Interfaces with other WBS elements should be discussed. It is important that ALL interfacing WBS Managers are in agreement that the nature, design solution, and documentation of the interfaces are appropriate for closing out final design of the solenoid assembly.

At an FDR, the technical documentation that will provide the basis for the procurement should be in hand. At a minimum, fabrication drawings should be complete and ready for checking. If there is a specification that is needed as part of the procurement, it should also be available (and approved).

Provide the specification to be used as the technical basis for writing the procedure by which the solenoid assembly will be assembled and tested here at PPPL. The spec should include inspections and tests required to assure that the assembly is ready to go. Although this document is not required for the procurement, I would like to get it in place while we are actively working on the design. Along with that, I would like to see a discussion of the assembly sequence envisioned when the solenoid assembly was designed. The solenoid assembly will be assembled as part of final machine assembly.

Cost and schedule updates should be developed (and provided to Strykowsky ASAP as input for the ongoing ETC update) consistent with the design being presented.

Any risks (technical, cost, and schedule) should be identified and appropriate mitigation plans discussed.

Design Review Material

Announcement

Chits and Disposition

Review Committee Report

Presentation

Review Board Report
Items Reviewed

Sat Unsat

Comments

Appropriate requirements identified    
Development plans and schedules
Regulatory compliance including USQD and NEPA    
Disposition of CHITS from previous reviews    
Cost objectives  

Other review objectives addressed

(Attachment 4 of ENG-033)

   

Summary of Results

Disposition

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  1 Acceptable
  1 Acceptable pending resolution of concerns - CHITS identified above must be resolved prior to installation.
 1 Incomplete - Additional design work is required prior to another design review.

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