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E.4 STATUS REPORTING

APPENDIX F: RISK M ANAG EM ENT ...............................................................................................................................186
F.1 OVERVIEW 186
F.2 RISK MANAGEMENT APPROACH 186
F.3 RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS 187
F.3 .1 R isk Id en tifica tion ...............................................................................................................................................18 7
F.3.2 Qualitative Risk Analysis ....................................................................................................................................188
F.3 .3 R isk R esp o nse Plan n in g ......................................................................................................................................18 9
F.4 RISK MONITORING AND CONTROL 190
F.5 OPPORTUNITY MANAGEMENT 190
APPEN DIX G : FSP RISK REG ISTER ..................................................................................................................................191
Table of Figures
Figure 1: FSP External Management Relationships*..................................................................................................3
Figure 2: FSP Operational Matrix ............................................................................................................................ 12
Figure 3: Program interaction graph ....................................................................................................................... 15
Figure 4: Proposed workflow best practices for the FSP experimental validation ............................................. 23
Figure 5: The three level roadmap for the combined boundary/pedestal ISA* ................................................. 31
Figure 6: The relationship of the broad physics areas to the development campaign*......................................... 40
Figure 7: Representative dynamics (Level 2) pedestal component configuration............................................. 91
Figure 8:Flow chart for W DM -based stability forecasting ................................................................................... 95
Figure 9: Classification of instabilities responsible for tokamak disruptions ...................................................... 96
Figure 10: Recent TRANSP/PTRANSP Fusion Grid run production........................................................................ 104
Figure 11: Recent TRANSP/PTRANSP run production, by tokamak* .................................................................... 104
Figure 12: Depiction of application groups (red) and AM/CS research groups (blue) for General Atomics
workshop............................................................................................................................................................... 110
Figure 13: Assessment of the specific near, medium, and long-term applied math research challenges for the
Boundary/Edge ISA, Whole Device Model ISA, and component development milestones.*............................... 114
Figure 14 : FSP O rganization Chart ......................................................................................................................... 120
Figure 15: Relationship between experiments, mathematical models, numerical models, errors and processes.
............................................................................................................................................................................... 162
Figure 16: Representative validation process including a systematic verification and UQ component............... 164
Figure 17: Example of a critical physics hierarchy for pedestal ISA* .................................................................... 170
Figure 18: Logistics for determining adequacy and readiness of code applications............................................. 171
Figure 19: Illustration of a composite metrics table relevant for primacy hierarchy validation........................... 173
Table of Tables
Table 1: Top-level allocation of resources based on assumed funding profile and manpower costs.......................6
Table 2: Proposed level and distribution of effort for ISA teams...............................................................................8
Table 3: Milestones and Effort Required for Boundary/Pedestal ISA ................................................................. 35
Table 4: Effort estim ates for Boundary/Pedestal ISA*........................................................................................ 36
Table 5: WDM physical critical issues...................................................................................................................... 38
Table 6: Shared physics and code capabilities of ISA 1 and other science drivers............................................. 90

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