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FCC GIS FILESYSTEM DOCUMENTATION
This section defines the organisation of the shared file system. The filesystem fcc-gis on the EOS file system contains the following top-level folders:
Folder Description
data This folder contains all files and documentation that relate to the particle collider project. A separate table below explains the contents of this folder
doc This folder contains general documents that are not specifically relating to the particle collider project, but to the infrastructure such as documentation of the GIS tools
incoming This folder contains further sub-folders, one for each collaboration partner or supplier that needs to transfer data and files to CERN. The partner or supplier will be granted read and write permission on its specific subfolder. Data placed by the partner or supplier can subsequently be picked by the CERN engineering team and will be placed in other folders. This permits partners and suppliers to provide large amounts of data efficiently and securely
public This folder contains sub-folders and files that can be linked on publicly viewable web sites or that can be safely shared with non-authenticated users. Sharing folders and files in this way will ensure safe and secure provisioning of large amounts of data and large files to persons outside the project
tools This folder contains software and scripts that are required in the FCC project
www This folder is publicly viewable at the URL https://cern.ch/fcc-gis-data. Placing files and web pages in this folder permits embedding information for non-authenticated users easily in public web pages and permits persons, who are not part of the project to easily access large amounts of data and large files using a web browser
legal This folder contains any documents or data, relevant for the host-state placement project that have legal character. The folder is further structured into documents based on their origin: cern constitution and amendments that have legal value in the host- and member states. This includes also international treaties between CERN and states as well as treaties that concern CERN; ch laws and decrets of swiss origin that are relevant for the project; fr laws and decrets of French origin that are relevant for the project; eu laws and directives of the European Union or European Commission that are relevant for the project
official This folder contains any documents or data, relevant for the host-state placement project that have authorative character. This can for instance be national guidelines and manuals that instruct on how to implement a law or how to achieve compliance with a law (e.g. manuals for environmental evaluation). The folder is further structured into documents based on their origin: cern official documents, circulars and agreements that have been authored by CERN; ch documents of swiss origin that are relevant for the project; fr documents of French origin that are relevant for the project; eu documents of of the European Union or European Commission that are relevant for the project; international documents from international organisations that are relevant for the project; international laws, agreements and treaties (e.g. Espoo) that are relevant for the project; international laws, agreements and treaties (e.g. Espoo) that are relevant for the project
placement This folder is further structured into a folder that contains the files containing overall layout and placement scenarios and descriptions of variants and versions of individual surface site locations (PA to PL). The subfolders are named according to the identification scheme laid out in this document, e.g. the documentation of a candidate area version 0.1 for PB in a variant 2 of Origin PA version 0.6 is called PA2-0.6-PB-0.1
eie This folder contains all information relating to the environmental impact evaluation process. The folder is further structures according to the different topics that are part of such an evaluation process: Air, architecture, civil protection, climate, energy, espoo agreement, fauna, flora, forests, ionising radiation, landscape impacts, light pollution, monuments, noise, non-ionising radiation, soil, subsurface, technologies, territory, traffic, urbanism, vibration, waste and water. Each of these topical folders contains a standardised sub-structure to capture for the retained scenarios. Existing constraints requirements for achieving compliance concerning the topic; The documentation of the initial state; The measures foreseen to reduce or mitigate impact risks; A trace and followup of the mitigation measures in the= audit= folder; The individual expected impacts expected for each project phase: design, construction, transition to operation, operation and upgrade. In addition, the folder contains a sub-folder called process. It contains a subfolder for documents and data that document the adopted methodology of the environmental evaluation process, the list of known constraints in the two host states, the requirements for impact risk avoidance, reduction and mitigation and information about the scope of the evaluation process
fcc-ee This folder will hold all information about the development process of the FCC-ee lepton collider. Requirements holds technical requirements about the particle collider, the experiments, infrastructures, injector and the project in general. Concept holds initial technical information (e.g. preliminary beam optics and lattice, electrical powering concepts) about the envisaged particle collider project, split into collider, experiments, infrastructures, injector and the project in general. Design holds detailed design documents and data (e.g. beam optics and lattice, developed electrical powering diagrams)
fcc-hh This folder will hold all information about the development process of the FCC-hh hadron collider. Requirements holds technical requirements about the particle collider, the experiments, infrastructures, injector and the project in general. Concept holds initial technical information (e.g. preliminary beam optics and lattice, electrical powering concepts) about the envisaged particle collider project, split into collider, experiments, infrastructures, injector and the project in general. Design holds detailed design documents and data (e.g. beam optics and lattice, developed electrical powering diagrams)
he-fcc If needed, this folder will hold all information about the development process of the high-energy hadron collider FCC-HE. Requirements holds technical requirements about the particle collider, the experiments, infrastructures, injector and the project in general. Concept holds initial technical information (e.g. preliminary beam optics and lattice, electrical powering concepts) about the envisaged particle collider project, split into collider, experiments, infrastructures, injector and the project in general. Design holds detailed design documents and data (e.g. beam optics and lattice, developed electrical powering diagrams)
misc A folder that serves storing any data and files that do not fit in any of the other folders

Data
  • Placement
    • PA / PB / PC / PD PE / PF / PG / PH PI /PJ / PK / PL
    • Overall
    • Meetings
    • Configuration
  • Official
    • International
    • Fr: PLU
    • Eu
    • CH: PDCn / Sector_B
    • CERN
  • misc
  • Legal
  • he-fcc
  • fcc-hh
    • requirements
    • design
    • concept
  • fcc-ee
    • requirements
    • design
    • concept
  • eie:
    • water / waste / vibration urbanism / traffic / territory technology / subsurface / soil process / non-ionising / noise monuments / light / landscape ionizing / forests / faune_flora espoo / energy / climate / civil protection / architecture / air

Doc
  • Templates

Incoming
  • ID
  • Cerema

Public

Tools
  • GIS
  • file_metadata
  • exif
  • Document Managemenet System

WWW
  • FFE

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