CETIAT provides resources and assistance

140 persons
110 engineers and technicians
100 training courses available
50 test platforms together with calculation codes and simulation
6 metrology benches, 3 of which are national reference standards

CETIAT premises in Villeurbanne (near Lyon, France)

CETIAT (the Technical Centre for Aerodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Sciences), is a research, testing and training organisation which acts as a partner and expert with its 340 affiliates and 2,500 customers. CETIAT was founded more than 50 years ago and has acquired a broad and recognised experience in aerodynamics and fluid mechanics, heat sciences, energy management, acoustics and metrology. Its experts also take part in many standardisation committees.

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With 110 engineers and technicians, more than 50 test platforms plus modelling and simulation tools, CETIAT provides industrialists with assistance in every step of their projects, from diagnosis to the implementation of solutions and including feasibility and validation tests.

As a Technical and Industrial Centre, CETIAT invests every year almost € 4 M in a programme of collective studies for its 340 French industrial affiliates working in the fields of aerodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat sciences.

A technical centre recognised by industrialists

CETIAT is ISO 9001:2008 certified for all its activities.

CETIAT is also COFRAC accredited in accordance with reference standard NF EN ISO 17025 for its calibration and test services.

Official recognitions and various agreements with foreign organisations allows CETIAT to obtain certifications or marks recognised at national, European and international levels for its tests.
The tests carried out by CETIAT can also be used by manufacturers to help them comply with regulations.

CETIAT is approved by the French Ministry of Ecology, sustainable Development and Energy (Medde) for sampling and analyses of substances in the atmosphere at their emission sources.

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