ÉTS-IRSST Common Infrastructure for Research in Acoustics - ICAR
Keywords:laboratory, acoustic, vibration, psychoacoustic, anechoic room, reverberant room, audiometric booth
This year, the ÉTS-IRSST common infrastructure for research in acoustics (ICAR) celebrates its 4th year of activity. This is a joint laboratory between the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS) and the Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST). When first created in 2011 at ÉTS, the lab included a semi-anechoic chamber coupled with a reverberation room. In 2014, an audiometric booth was added and a new laboratory for the characterization of acoustic materials, described in a companion paper [Doutres JCAA 2015], was added this year.
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