ITER is an international fusion reactor which is being constructed under the collaborative efforts of seven participating countries namely European Union, United States of America, Russia, Japan, Korea, China and India. The main objective of ITER is to demonstrate the scientific and technical feasibility of a controlled fusion reaction by producing about 500MWth of fusion power by Deuterium - Tritium Plasma at Cadarache, France.
The Indian scope of the project is being accomplished through ITER India, Institute for Plasma Research (IPR), an autonomous institute under Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India. ITER-India has entrusted TCE the responsibility for detailed engineering of the project for Component Cooling Water System (CCWS), Chilled Water System (CHWS) and Heat Rejection System (HRS).
A team from Tata Consulting Engineers is currently working on these assignments. For the systems engineered by Tata Consulting Engineers, the scope of work ranges from design basis report and system optimization to tender specifications. It also includes Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Inspectability analysis (RAMI) and Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality analysis (FMECA).