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PUBLIC ORGANIZATION

Unité Mixte de Recherche en Acoustique Environnementale (UMRAE)

Contact : David Ecotière & Benoit Gauvreau
Website : http://www.umrae.fr | https://www.cerema.fr | https://www.ifsttar.fr

Unité Mixte de Recherche en Acoustique de l'Environnement (UMRAE)

The UMRAE is a joint research unit resulting from the grouping on 01/2018 of researchers in acoustics from Cerema-Est (Centre d'Etudes et d'expertise sur les Risques, l'Environnement, la Mobilité et l’Aménagement, labelled « Tremplin Carnot » in 2016 under the name 'Cerema Effi-Sciences') and Ifsttar (Institut Français des Sciences et Technologies des Transports, de l'Aménagement et des Réseaux).

UMRAE researchers have been developing expertise and research for over 30 years in the fields of environmental noise (metrology, prediction, source characterization). The unit specialises in transport and industrial noise, noise reducing devices, acoustic materials, building acoustics and bioacoustics. UMRAE contributed to several French and European projects in these fields (QUIESST, CNOSSOS, Harmonoise, N4C, ROSANNE, etc.). It has also been involved in wind turbine noise for several years through researches or expertises (AFNOR, ANSES), and technical assistance with the Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition.

PUBLIC ORGANIZATION

Institut des Sciences de la Mécanique et Applications Industrielles (IMSIA)

Contact : Benjamin Cotte
Website : http://imsia.cnrs.fr | http://www.ensta-paristech.fr/

The Institute of Mechanical Sciences and Industrial Applications Industrielles (IMSIA) of ENSTA is a joint research unit of CNRS (UMR 9219) whose research activities are organized in three research operations:

  • OR1) Multiphysics coupling and durability of materials and structures,
  • OR2) Dynamics of Structures and Fluids and Acoustics
  • OR3) Numerical Mechanics.

Within OR2, IMSIA leads research activities in aerodynamics and aeroacoustics, vibration and fluid-structure interactions (including vibroacoustics), and acoustic propagation in the atmosphere, with applications in the automotive industry, industrial flows and wind turbine noise, as well as in musical acoustics.

Institut des Sciences de la Mécaniques et Applications Industrielles (IMSIA)
PUBLIC ORGANIZATION

Laboratoire de Mécanique des Fluides et d’Acoustique (LMFA)

Contact : Michel Roger
Website : https://www.ec-lyon.fr | http://lmfa.ec-lyon.fr

Laboratoire de Mécanique des Fluides et d’Acoustique (LMFA)

The LMFA is a joint unit of the CNRS (UMR 5509). Its research activities are organized around four research groups: Acoustics, Complex Fluids and Transfer, Turbomachinery and Turbulence and Stability.

The Centre Acoustique de l'Ecole Centrale de Lyon has about 20 permanent staff and the same number of doctoral and post-doctoral students. It is one of the main components of Labex CELYA (Centre Lyonnais d'Acoustique, 2011-2019). Main research interests are noise generation by flow (bearing surfaces, jets, and sound propagation in inhomogeneous environments).

The Acoustics Centre has important experimental facilities, including two open-vein wind tunnels opening into an anechoic room. Numerous industrial collaborations on the theme of airfoils and blowers have been carried out in recent years (SNECMA, Airbus, Valeo, CETIAT).

PRIVATE COMPAGNY

EDF Renouvelables

Contact : Marie-Cecile Nessi
Website : https://www.edf-renouvelables.com

EDF Renouvelables is a world leader in renewable energy production and the platform of the EDF Group's renewable energy ambitions. As an integrated operator, EDF Energies Nouvelles ensures the entire renewable energy value chain (development, engineering, construction and operation-maintenance). As such, EDF Energies Nouvelles participates in the development of innovative technologies by conducting pilot application R&D projects. EDF Renouvelables has 3,482 employees (including 1,428 in France). EDF Renouvelables has major renewable electricity production facilities (2017 generation: 18.1 TWh); in service: 11,787 MW gross (7,819 MW net), and under construction: 1,876 MW, of which wind, onshore and offshore, represent 84% of installed capacity.

EDF Renouvelables
PRIVATE COMPAGNY

DTG EDF

Contact : Isabelle Schmich-Yamane
Document : EDF DTG

DTG EDF

For 70 years, the General Technical Division has been the technical reference for all EDF Group sites. EDF DTG's acoustic engineers provide technical support for noise control to power plant operators. During the study phase of the installation of a new power plant, EDF DTG's team carries out predictive impact studies and estimates noise and emergence levels using the open source sound propagation code developed by EDF.

EDF DTG has strong experience in carrying out long-term measurement campaigns for all EDF Group generation sites, including wind farms. These measurements provide data for scientific evaluation and, if necessary, sound insulation recommendations.

SUPPORT

Agence Nationale de la Recherche

Contact : http://www.agence-nationale-recherche.fr/

ANR provides funding for project-based research in all fields of science - for both basic and applied research - to public research organisations and universities, as well as to private companies (including SMEs).

Employing a method based on competitive peer reviews compliant with international standards, ANR provides the scientific community with instruments and programmes promoting creativity and openness, and stimulate new ideas and partnerships, particularly between academia and industry. Its activity also contributes to enhancing the competitiveness and the influence of French research in Europe and across the world. Since 2010, ANR has also been the lead manager of the Investments for the Future programme in the field of higher education and research, in charge of project selection, funding and monitoring.

ANR funds 51% of total cost of the PIBE project (total cost : 1,360,000 €)

Agence Nationale de la Recherche
SUPPORT

Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

Contact : https://www.pole-mer-bretagne-atlantique.com/

Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

The Brittany-Atlantic Sea Cluster (PMBA) is a competitiveness cluster whose primary purpose is to propose a new industrial policy. Competitiveness clusters aim to promote the development of collaborative research and development projects, they support the growth of their member companies, in particular by marketing new products, services or processes resulting from research work.

The PMBA's expertise is organized around six main areas, including one on marine energy and mining resources. In particular, the latter integrates renewable marine energies from hydro turbines to floating wind turbines and wave energy recovery. (Source: PMBA website).

The PMBA provides moral support to the project, without financial support.