Overview of the TOU Team organization during PLATO 1.0 & TOU

Report
Telescope Optical Units (TOUs)
Overview of the TOU
Team organization
during PLATO 1.0
&
TOU timeline and
plans during phase
B1/B2
TOU Team Meeting
Catania 11 June 2014
Isabella Pagano (TOU PM)
TOUs during PLATO 1.0
organization
Payload
Instrument System
Coordinator
P. Levacher
PLATO Payload
Management
PIPM: P. Bodin
Camera Management
DPS Management
D. Laubier
B. Pontet
TOU
R. Ragazzoni
Normal TOU
R. Ragazzoni
ICU
R. Cosentino
Normal DPU
Ph. Plasson
Fast TOU
W. Benz
FPA/FEE
D. Walton/M. Mas
Prototype
& FM AIV
P. Levacher
AEU
Catania,
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S. Fredon
Hardware & boot software
M. Mas
Application software
Ph. Plasson
Fast DPU
G. Peter
Algorithms
R. Samadi
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TOUs during PLATO 1.0
organization
N-TOU and F-TOU delivered by IT in the PLATO 2.0 plan
TOUs during PLATO 1.0
Our mandate
• Provide optical – mechanical design
performing as required by Science
• Compliant with the assigned budget
• Feasible in the due time
• Reliable in the given environments
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TOUs during PLATO 1.0
How we managed
A large team:
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INAF
– Padova
– Catania
– Milano
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Univ. Bern
Stockolms Obs.
Univ. Firenze
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Industrial Partners
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Selex
Medialario-Sagem
Seso
RUAG
APCO Technologies
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TOUs during PLATO 1.0
How we managed
A large team:
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INAF
– Padova
– Catania
– Milano
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A huge number of meetings/telecons:
Univ. Bern
Stockolms Obs.
Univ. Firenze
• TOU Team
• Bilateral TOU-System Teams
Industrial Partners
• TOU-FPA System Teams
– Selex
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Medialario-Sagem
Seso
RUAG
APCO Technologies
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How we managed
• Design (Optics, Mechanics, Thermal, ..)
• Demonstration Activities
– TOU AIV procedure
– TOU Optical and Thermal Performances
– TOU Optical Lenses Procurement
Breadboard/
Prototype
• Feasibility Studies
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TOU MAIT and Management Plan
TOU optical coating plan
TOU aspherical lens manufacturability & procurement plan
TOU AlBeMet® Structure Procurement Plan
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BreadBoard/Prototype
• “pre-breadboard” the structure built with offthe-shelf lenses used to test GSE and
procedures to be used with the breadboard.
• “breadboard” the structure built to test
alignment in warm and cold environment
before the I-PRR
• “prototype” the structure built after the IPRR, during the Phase B1 (in the PLATO 1.0
context) , obtained from the breadboard,
replacing the L1 and L2 lenses.
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TOUs during PLATO 1.0
What we delivered - Officially
At I-PRR (deadline April 2011)
• PMC TOU plans Source: TOU Team - Date: 4 May 2011
• PLATO TOU Project Management Plan: Source: Selex, 20 April
2011
• PLATO TOU MAIT Plan: Source: Selex, 20 April 2011
• PLATO aspherical lens (ref.11-6219 ed03): preliminary technical,
management proposal – Source: Medialario/Sagem-Reosc, 3
May 2011
• PLATO Coating - Source: Selex, 22 April 2011
• PLATO TOU Design Report: Source: TOU Team, Date 18 April
2011 - included in the 02_Payload-design-report_draft11.pdf
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What we delivered – Unofficially 1/2
Not included in any package to ESA but delivered to CNES
and O. Piersanti (former ESA PM) between March and July
2011:
• CaF2 lens blank: Thermal Vacuum Test Report - Filename:
PLATO-CAMTOLE-RP-154-CNES, Issue 1, Rev. 0, Date: Jul
21st 2011, Prepared by: H. Pasquier - delivered to Piersanti
• Vibration Test Report: L3 CaF2 Vibration Test Dummy Filename: Test_509_PLATO_dummy_lens_mount__report.pdf Authors: M. Greber, D. Piazza, K. Seiferlin, P. Christiansen, 20th
Jun 2011 - delivered to CNES and Piersanti
• PLATO TOU Breadboard/Prototype: Design and AIT Report
filename: PLATO-INAF-TOU-RP-0013-issue02-rev0-2.pdfAuthors: J. Farinato, V. Viotto, D. Piazza et al., Issue 2, Rev. 0,
Date: 13 Jul 2011 - delivered to CNES and Piersanti
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What we delivered – Unofficially 2/2
• AlBeMet® Structure Procurement Report - author "APCO
Technologies” – delivered to CNES on May 12 2011
• Study on the aspherical lens performed by RUAG - delivered to
CNES oo 18 Jul 2011
Less relevant…
• PLATO TOU - Letter of Interest - author: SAGEM/REOSC delivered to Osvaldo Piersanti (ESA) (March 2011)
• PLATO TOU - Letter of Interest - author: SESO - delivered to
Osvaldo Piersanti (ESA) (March 2011)
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TOUs during PLATO 1.0
What we left open
• Optical Design Consolidation
•
see Magrin presentation for details
• Breadboard activities
– see Farinato et al. presentation for details
• Mechanical Design
– Finite Element Model of the current mechanical design,
including evaluation of the first eigenfrequency.
• Interfaces
– Verification of the interfaces of the finite element model
with the lenses and their effects.
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Filter design
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Engineering consolidation
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PLATO 2.0    TOU 2.0
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PLATO 2.0 timeline – Phase B2
Jul 2014-Jan 2016
– Phase B1 kick-off: Jul 2014
– Science Management Plan approval: Nov
2015
– Payload Development and Consolidation
Review: March 2015
– SRR data package: 1 Nov 2015
– SRR: completed by Jan 2016
– Mission adoption & IPC approval: Feb-Mar
2016
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PLATO 2.0 timeline – Phase B2C/D/E1
Q1 2016-Q1 2024
– Industrial ITT for Phases B2/C/D/E1: Apr-Sep
2016
– Industrial Prime contractor kick-off: Oct 2016
– System PDR: by 2017 (tbc)
– System CDR: by mid-2020 (tbc)
• Payload CDR by 2018 (tbc)
– Delivery of all Cameras: Q4 2021
– PLATO Launch: Q1 2024
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Phase B1: SRR Objectives 1/2
• PLATO Phase B1 objective is the adoption of the PLATO
mission by SPC in Feb-March 2016.
• The PLATO System Requirements Review (SRR) to be
completed by January 2016 is a major input to PLATO
mission adoption.
• The SRR is a formal review (category 1 i.e organized by ESA
inspector general, D/SRE is the chairman).
• The primary objective of the SRR is to review in detail:
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The final payload and spacecraft system specifications,
The payload and spacecraft design definition,
The payload and spacecraft development and verification program,
Mission programmatic and cost.
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Phase B1: SRR Objectives 2/2
• The camera development schedule is critical, and is actually
defining the schedule critical path for the spacecraft. Hence:
– The camera detailed design activities (including AIV plans and
Ground System Equipment design) shall be completed before the
SRR,
– The critical bread-boarding activities (e.g. electronics Demonstration
Models, optics) shall be initiated during phase B1,
– Consortium input to the SRR shall demonstrate that the camera
Engineering Model - which is fully representative of the flight model
except for some electronics parts - will be completed by early 2017,
– A detailed development plan of the payload shall demonstrate by
SRR that:
??
• serial production phase will start by mid-2017,
• the first batch of 8 cameras will be delivered in November 2020,
• the last batch of cameras will be delivered by November 2021.
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TOUs during PLATO 2.0
Phase B1 goal
Our proposal: deliver all ready but undelivered documents:
• Design:
– Consolidated TOU Design Report (Optical Design, Mechanical Design,
Thermal Analysis, Stray-light Analysis, Optical Material Analysis and
Coating Design, ..)
• Breadboard:
– Consolidated BreadBoard AIV report
• NEW: including a critical review of results and assessment of some
open issues
• CaF2 tests
• AIV Design:
– Consolidated TOU MAIT and Management Plan
– Consolidated AlBeMet® Mechanical Structure Procurement
Assessment Study
– NEW: F-TOU Filters Design Procurement Assessment Study
TOUs during PLATO 2.0
Phase B2 goal
• Design:
– Engineering of TOU Design (Optical Design, Mechanical Design,
Thermal Analysis, Stray-light Analysis, Optical Material Analysis
and Coating Design, ..)
• Breadboard  Prototype
– Lens set like the FM one (change of 2 lenses and replacement of
one lens previously accepted with no conformance issue because
short in time
– optical quality test (in term of PSF shape and dimension) on the
whole FoV.
• AIV Design:
– Finalized TOU MAIT and Management Plan
– Finalized AlBeMet® Mechanical Structure Procurement Study
– Consolidated: F-TOU Filters Design Procurement Assessment
Study
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When Industrial Prime Contractor?
Our proposal:
• During Phase B1, industry will deliver consult
and services.
• We’ll work to have ASI delivers a ITT for
Phase B2/C contract, not later than March
2015.
• Goal:
– TOU Prime Contractor at work at beginning of
Phase B2, but clearly identified before the SRR.
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