WP1 will provide the missing experimental data for ICI model completion. New experiments will be performed to fill the main gaps and to provide the modellers with data necessary to formulate new models or to improve and re-calibrate existing ones.
WP2 will complete the development of a comprehensive set of models for ICI. Building on HAIC outcomes and using data issued from WP1 and former research projects, ICI models will be progressively improved and implemented in existing 2D codes for calibration and validation purposes. At the end of WP2, a numerical benchmark will be organised to cross-check the different models and to select the best candidates for implementation in 3D numerical tools.
WP3 will first specify the requirements for the 3D tools and will interact with WP1 regarding test matrices definition and with WP2 for models specifications. It will perform the necessary changes in the partners’ existing 3D multi-disciplinary tools to prepare the implementation of the new ICI models. The down-selected models issued from WP2 will then be integrated. Finally, a series of preliminary validation tests will be performed to ensure that all the tools are ready to run for WP4 applications.
WP4 will perform the final assessment of the 3D tools developed in WP3. Relevant test cases for design and certification will be defined and run by the industrial partners with the support of tool developers. The selected test cases will be based on the existing industrial databases. Result analyses, qualitative results, main conclusions and best practices (and further needed developments if any) will be shared and agreed among all partners.
WP5 will undertake all the project level activities related to dissemination, communication and preparation for future exploitation. The TRL progress and interactions with the MAB will be managed in this WP. The overall assessment and conclusions will be performed in task 5.1 in close cooperation with the other WPs and especially with WP4.
WP6 will be devoted to the project monitoring, administration and reporting and will ensure the technical consistency and convergence towards MUSIC-haic main objectives.