LAMEL (Laboratoire de Modélisation du Matériel Electrique - Electrical Equipment Modelling Laboratory) is a joint laboratory between L2EP/Université de Lille and EDF Lab. It enables them to structure their collaboration around field calculations and to contribute to the development of the code_Carmel software (http://code-carmel.univ-lille1.fr/).
This laboratory gathers a large part of the members of the L2EP's Tools and Numerical Methods team and EDF R&D research engineers from the ERMES department. It has existed since 2006 and has been the subject of twenty PhD theses.
Technologies for Electrical Equipment
Modeling of Power Energy Systems
Development of digital business tools
Testing of innovative electrical equipments thanks to a dedicated software
Developing of virtual prototypes
Access to power engineering skills
The living lab provides both code_Carmel, a software dedicated to the calculation of electromagnetic fields, and high performance computation.
The living lab offers also the possibility of characterization of electrical and magnetic material.
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Due to varying project scopes, pricing is defined individually based on the services/work contribution requested.