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Virtual Training for industrial simulation learning

Rolf GIBBELS Dassault Systemes Director, Energy Industry Solutions


Agenda Introduction: Training in Virtual Reality EDF - ElectricitĂŠ De France Crane Operation Simulator

AREVA – Euriware Virtual training solution to calculate radiation exposure during a virtual construction or maintenance planning scenario

Live demo

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Virtual Training creation fundamentals: AUTHORING A development environment 

Gives life to 3D content

import

3D assets +

PUBLISHING Deployment solutions to experience

export

interactivity & behavior = Experience - Offline - Online - Virtual Reality - Multiuser ….


EDF - ElectricitĂŠ De France - Crane Operation Simulator

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ElectricitĂŠ De France - Crane operations simulator Application Description Power plant crane manipulation Multiuser and collaborative application Realistic rendering Service continuity/no costly plant interruption for training Evaluative, low cost, light and mobile simulator


Lifelike Experience for O&M training Authoring Platform to Create 3D Interactive Applications - 3D objects in context of behavior and interactivity - Offline or Online - Virtual Reality - Multi-User

Lifelike Experience

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AREVA – Euriware - Virtual training solution to calculate radiation exposure during a virtual construction or maintenance planning scenario

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Olivier DESSOUDE, Technical Director

Jean-Bernard THEVENON, Technical Director

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Euriware and the Nuclear Industry


Euriware: Overview Annual revenues

+8,3%

275M€

254M€

 A wholly-owned subsidiary of AREVA group 275M€

IT Outsourcing

48%

44%

Systems Integration

45%

8%

Consulting

7%

48%

 Unique expertise and understanding of security requirements in highly sensitive environments 2007

2006

Staff

2 250 10

 Specialist in industrial IT and Enterprise Information Systems

employees

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Organization of the AREVA group

FRONT END

• Mining • Chemistry • Enrichment • Fuel

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REACTORS & SERVICES

• Plants • Equipment • Nuclear Services • Nuclear Measurement • Consulting & Information Systems • AREVA TA • Renewable Energies

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BACK END

• Recycling, logistics, Nuclear site value Development • Engineering • Clean-up

TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION

• Products • Services • Systems • Automation


PLM at Euriware Euriware’s three-pronged PLM approach:

PLM PLANT

PLM PRODUCT

CAD

CAE PDM

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CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) Solutions for the design and definition of manufacturing operations (fabrication, machining, digital workshop)

CAD

CAM

CAM CAE PDM

CAD (Computer Aided Design) Design solutions for the mechanical, electric, electronic industries (components, assemblies, 3D-models)

PLM CAE

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CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) Solutions for the behavioral simulation of systems (pre/post-processing, analysis) PDM (Product/Plant Data Management) Solutions for the management of product/plant data in (configuration, variants, product structure, documents, workflow)


Radiation Exposure Case Study


What we address  Complex operations under ionizing gamma radiations

 Heavy maintenance and outage  Dismantling  Specific operations  Specialized studies are required to address

 Occupational radiation exposure  Accessibility constraints and feasibility of some tasks with ergonomic constraints

 Options have to be justified to the stakeholders

 Demonstration of the ALARA principle to Safety Authorities  Robotics vs. Human intervention  Cleaning vs. early dismantling  Wet vs. dry operation  Task planning * ALARA = As Low As Reasonably Allowed 14

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Uncertainties  Engineering phase

 Source term 

Spatial distribution

Radiation type

Evolution in time

 Scene description 

Geometry

Materials

 Execution phase

 Discrepancy between actual and planned paths  Field monitoring accuracy  Occurrence of unexpected events requiring reconfiguration

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Risks - in terms of delays and resources consumption  Delays

 Increased outage duration (at average cost of $1M/ day)  Resource consumption

 Individual and collective dose thresholds  Additional equipment or shields  Team size  Waste volume

These risks may lead to significant cost overruns and loss of credibility

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Opportunities and Challenges

 Design

 Build collective knowledge and understanding, around the digital mockup

 Take into account radiation protection aspects early  Leverage existing 3D assets  Execution

 Close the loop 

Align model data with field measurements

Reconfigure intervention after unexpected events

 Enhance communication between

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Customer & contractors

Owner & authorities

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The NARVEOS Dose Projection Tool


What is NARVEOS’s value proposition ?  An engineering tool to optimize ionizing interventions  Gamma radiation only

Geometry Source Term Shields

Modelization

3D Navigation

fast monitorable

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Market Study 20

Investment

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Oct. 2008 Industrialization

Commercial Agreement 2007 Pilot Projects

PRODUCT

SERVICES

Commercial Off The Shelf

Prototype

Business Plan

Preliminary Protocol 2005

2003 Proof Of Concept

Innovative Idea

A Technology Transfer Project


NARVEOS’s highlights Modelization

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3D Model Reconstruction

 2D-3D matching

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 Laser scanning

Image courtesy of Areva NP Metrology Services

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 Photogrammetry 22

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 Gamma cameras


NARVEOS’s highlights Modelization

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NARVEOS’s highlights Modelization

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NARVEOS’s highlights Visualization

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NARVEOS’s highlights Calculation

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NARVEOS Technology

Tests Tests Tests

Geometry

Geometry

Geometry

NARMER FDE / PGL

NARVEOS

XE Player

Physical kernel Geometrical kernel Integration & GUI VR Engine 27

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Main functions  Scenario definition

 Biologic shield definition  Intuitive path definition  Accessibility calculation  Collision detection using 3DVia Virtools Function  Standard work postures  Interactive simulation

 Easy Activation/Deactivation of sources or shields at any timestep  Interactive dose calculation  Display and analysis

 3D radiological maps  Integrated dose  Influence of each source at any point in space and time  Export to csv (comma seperated values to XML) files 28

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Conclusion


Lessons Learned  VR and digital mockups have proven their capacity to clarify ambiguities early

 I.e., at the time when the remedy is the less expensive  ALARA studies are made easier and more convincing  3D is the best means of communication between:

 Owner and contractors  Owner and authorities

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Way Forward

V5 Infrastructure 31

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Cable Builder

DELMIA Simulation Infrastructure

Plant Layout Device Builder

DPM Assembly

Robot Builder

Human

KINEO DPP

Dose Estimate

TeleRobotics

Arc Weld

Spot Weld

PLC Workcell Sequencing

Robot Task Definition


Live – Virtual Training Scenario Plant Orientation and Security

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