|January 5, 2014, 09:17||
Want to be Technical Writer in CFD
Join Date: Jan 2014
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I am an automobile engineer & have total 6 years of experience in technical writing (Parts catalog, service manual, Operator manual, service bulletins etc. after market related literature)
Now I get a chance to work as a technical writer, writing content for CFD, so my query is how smooth this move will be, note that I have a very good hands on skill in CAD but only 10% skill in CAE.
For a long term carrier this will be smooth or not?
In future is there any scope for this profile?
Is is possible to become CFD analyst by working as a CFD writer for long time?
Your valuable suggestions will guide me further, so request to giude me better.
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