The proposed post-doctoral fellowship is part of a transverse project initiated by the CEA and which consists in developing a prototype of a continuous monitoring system of a metallic structure (pipe for example) using fiber Bragg gratings acoustic receivers and passive imaging (or passive tomography). It aims to demonstrate the relevance of the SHM (Structural Health Monitoring) concept for nuclear facilities using optical fiber sensors operating in continuous and in extreme environment. This project is based on two recent developments: new generation of fiber Bragg gratings developed for severe environments and defect imaging algorithms based on ambient noise analysis. A demonstration of elastic wave reconstruction from passive algorithm applied to fiber Bragg gratings was carried out at the CEA in 2015, which is a world first, patented. The project aims more particularly to produce a demonstrator and to equip a pipeline on a test loop. It will provide input data relating to the ability of a moving fluid to generate elastic waves that can be analyzed in passive tomography.