Author: Prunet, P.
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TUCPL03 The LMJ Target Diagnostics Integration 767
  • S. Tranquille-Marques, P. Prunet
    CEA, Arpajon, France
  The French Laser Megajoule (LMJ) is, behind the US NIF, the second largest inertial fusion facility in the World. The main activity of this facility is the acquisition of several physical phenomena as neutron, gamma, X rays produced by the indirect attack of hundreds of high power laser beams on targets through measurement devices called "target diagnostics". More than 30 diagnostics will be installed and driven in a huge and complex integrated computer control system. All this Targets Diagnostics arrived one at a time, each one with its particularity and complexity. The Tango Architecture and Panorama are used for the command control of these equipment. The aim of this paper is first, to introduce how Targets Diagnostics are progressively integrated in the command control. We will then see how Targets Diagnostics managed to cohabit even if they are in different phases of their integration. The paper concludes how Target Diagnostics are configured and computer-driven during all the shot sequence.  
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About • paper received ※ 27 September 2019       paper accepted ※ 09 October 2019       issue date ※ 30 August 2020  
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