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Placement optimisation process

The placement optimisation process for the particle collider research infrastructure (collider, injector and surface sites) is based on the "Eviter-Reduire-Compenser" ("Avoid-Reduce-Compensate") scheme that is anchored in the French law "Charte pour l’environnement de 2004" and "Loi Grenelle de 2009" (Download the ERC guide).

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Map and geoinformation tools

Tool Description Additional information
FFE FCC Footprint Explorer (version 2, 12 access points) Permits varying machine and geographical parameters and displays the position of access points in real time
FFE_8P FCC Footprint Explorer (version 2, 8 access points) Permits varying machine and geographical parameters and displays the position of access points in real time
FFE_8P_auto FCC Footprint Explorer (version 2, 8 access points, automatic mode) Permits varying machine and geographical parameters automatically; indicates hits in target polygons (one or more for each point)
Polygon Maker Polygon Maker To produce code pieces defining target polygons to insert into the automatic search module of FFE
SaR_MAD_X Shift+rotate MAD-X PA31-1.0 survey points To shift and rotate (around PA) the 8 point coordinates in MAD-X PA31-1.0 survey output
FCC GIS FCC GIS Web application Permits visualising all explored FCC placement scenarios
SITG Canton of Geneve geographical information system Many layers with territorial constraints
Topographic maps Topographic map with dynamic generation of altitude colouring
ASIT VD Bathymetrie of Geneva lake Possibility to upload .kmz files
CERN GIS CERN's geographical information system Shows CERN territory and underground installations with API documentation, requires login.
Geoportail French geographical information system Permits establishing altitude profiles, permits uploading a .kml file
geo.data.gouv.fr French database of geospatial data Relevant for environmental information system
ENTSOE Map of European power grid operators Indicates existence of HV transmission lines
ADES French GIS on subsurface water resources Required reference in environmental impact analysis reports
BDLISA French GIS on hydrogeological entities Different water bearing layers
Infoterre French GIS on geological data, BASIAS/BASOL risk data of old industrial installations Required reference in environmental impact analysis reports
Georisques French GIS on all geological risks and qualities Earth movement, radon, seismic, cavities, inondations, wildfire, clay swelling, pollutions, emissions, natural environment qualities
Google maps Google maps Useful to explore the region with photographic images
NAVREF Transform coordinate systems Transform between swiss LV95 and WGS84
CORINE CLC This vector-based dataset includes 44 land cover and land use classes CLC uses a Minimum Mapping Unit (MMU) of 25 hectares (ha) for areal phenomena and a minimum width of 100 m for linear phenomena
Soil use in France Portail de l'artificialisation des sols Collection of different GIS based databases on soil use in France
SANDRE The National Water Data and Repository Service The water reference data sets of French water information systems
data.gouv.fr Open platform for French public data Digital data produced by public and private actors (ministry, public establishment, business, association, etc.)
DREAL AuRA nature Map of species and biodiversity in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region by DREAL  
Zone humides 74 Map of wetlands  
Swiss historic and top Swiss topographic and historic maps in 2D and 3D  
Global wind atlas Database of wind power Tool suitable to select locations for the installation of wind power generation plants including technical analysis

Access to the FCC Footprint Explorer

Access to this Web App is managed through membership of the fcc-webaccess-ffe e-group (Internal documentation for access to FFE). To request access to it, send an e-mail to fcc-webmaster@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch with the following information:

  • Name of the service you require access for: "FFE"
  • Your name
  • Your affiliation
  • e-mail address or account name that you use to authenticate with the CERN Single Sign On system
  • Justification for requiring access to the service

You will get a confirmation email once the access is granted.

FCC GIS Web App

All investigated scenarios are documented using the FCC GIS infrastructure that is accessible through a Web application for registered users.

Manual

  • List of Layers

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The main layers are:

    • FCC Theroretical Traces: shapes of the particle collider main ring as if it was on a plane on the surface
    • FCC Theoretical Surface Points: theoretical points located on the theoretical traces, identified by single letters, starting with PA, moving clockwise and in a sequential way
    • FCC Surface Sites (Land Surfaces): pieces of land on which the investigated Surface Sites are located
    • FCC Photos: photos taken during field trips
    • General Elements: administrative, topographical, power/gas, transport elements
    • Territorial Constraints: colour coded territorial elements in France or Switzerland

Layers can be expanded, switched on or off.

The icon Layers_openmenu.png on the right of a layer gives access to the following menu:

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The individual Surface Sites (Land Surfaces) are indicated in different colours:

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  • Selection of the configurations

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By default all configurations are selected. However it is possible to select only a few configurations using this menu:

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  • Filter

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By default all Surface Sites are selected. However it is possible to select only a few by applying a filter on the layer "FCC Surface Sites (Land Surfaces)":

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  • Background Maps

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Different background maps can be picked, based on the user preference.

Access

Access to this Web App is managed through membership of the e-groups fcc-webaccess-gisapp-internal and fcc-webaccess-gisapp-external (Internal documentation for FCC GIS Web App Access)

To request access to it, send an email to fcc.gis@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch with the following information:

  • Name of the service you require access for: "FCC GIS Web App"
  • Your name
  • Your affiliation
  • E-mail address or account name that you use to authenticate with the CERN Single Sign-On system
  • Justification for requiring access to the service

You will get a confirmation email once the access is granted.

-- JulieHadre - 2020-11-23

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