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Introducing Undergrads to CFD
Posted Wed January 23, 2008 @09:54AM
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News Mechanical engineering students have a lot to learn and only a few short years to do it. First, they'll need to be versed in engineering concepts and the mathematics behind them. Then, they'll have to learn a slew of mathematical formulas and to become proficient in computer-aided design software.

With this pressing schedule, it's easy to see why engineering schools are scrambling to define the role that analysis software should play in their undergraduate programs. The software is relatively new to nonspecialists, and many mechanical engineers now use analysis software on the job.

Read the ME Magazine feature article In-school analysis for more.


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