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New MSc Programme of Study in CFD
Posted Thu April 13, 2006 @04:42PM
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News Cranfield University has launched an MSc course in CFD. The course begins in October 2006. The course aims to offer a programme of study to enhance the skills of the graduate student and professional engineer, providing a detailed introduction to the fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) together with an insight into the applications of CFD across the breadth of the subject.

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has grown from a mathematical curiosity to become an essential tool in almost every branch of fluid dynamics, from aerospace propulsion to weather prediction. In design and development, CFD programs are now considered to be standard numerical tools, widely utilised within industry.

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Offering excellent employment prospects. There is a considerable demand for specialists in the subject, to apply and develop CFD methods throughout engineering companies and research organisations.

The decision to launch the course has been welcomed by Fluent Inc., the leading supplier in this fast-growing sector of the CAE software market. Fluent Europe's Technical Services Manager, Chris Carey, comments:

"The course is designed to meet the educational needs of graduates planning to make CFD one of their professional skills. It sets out to bridge the gap between the introductory level of undergraduate courses and the applied expertise acquired by engineers using CFD in industry. Students will gain the knowledge and appreciation of CFD methods necessary for strong foundations to a career in this exciting engineering discipline."

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