ACRI-IN specializes in the design and project management of coastal structures, and in scientific studies on fluid mechanics:
Our R&D activities are based on defining and developing original algorithms required for research on new technical designs, and the development of the associated digital prototypes. These prototypes, once validated, can be used in our currents studies, essential to managing infrastructure in coastal environments. ACRI-IN also develops skills in the field of fluid mechanics with specific industrial studies involving complex phenomena, which often requires submitting fundamental analytical equations and developing specific algorithms and tools for the problems at hand.
Integrates new advances in ocean structure design and technical solutions:
Improving understanding and modeling physical phenomena encountered in marine environments:
The very targeted topics covered by ACRI-IN require specific R&D and significant computing power to model complex flows. CFD is also used to characterize fluid/structure interaction still poorly defined (maritime structures, bridges, etc.).