Most of ICR‘s efforts are focused on the development of new predictive and analytical methods. The three lines of action on which it bases its activity are:
At ICR, every client receives maximum attention and benefits from individual treatment and long professional experience. Its aim is to provide practical acoustic solutions to the noise and vibration problems raised by the customer, as well as to anticipate and be able to avoid them in the design phase. Each problem that arises is dealt with in a unique way, always choosing the most appropriate type of analysis and using the best methods in each case: either through the standards that we find in acoustic engineering or through the methods of analysis developed by ICR.
ICR dedicates a large part of its efforts to the research and development of new predictive methods in order to always have the appropriate tools to solve any problem that arises, whether at an experimental or theoretical level. Participation in European and national projects is a regular part of their work. ICR stands out for having made important advances in the field of noise and vibration transmission pathways analysis, in the application of model inversion methods to industrial acoustic problems, in in the study of vibrations in wind turbines by means of Operational Modal Analysis (OMA) and in the development of numerical methods for computational aeroacoustics calculations. It also implements software including the methods developed. Some of these advances are reflected in the publication of articles in the most prestigious scientific journals in the sector (e. g. Journal of Sound and Vibration, Applied Acoustics, Journal of Computational Acoustics, etc.) and in presentations at international congresses (e.g. Internoise, ICSV, etc.).
ICR offers courses in acoustics and vibrations at different levels, both in private companies, professional associations and master’s degree courses organized for universities adapted to the needs of each client.