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vishal160490 June 29, 2012 23:46

Good US university for CFD courses
 
I am a mechanical engineer, want to pursue CFD courses for my MS in US, please can anybody suggest good university. Please hurry i am in dilemma:(

JoshS June 30, 2012 12:36

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Originally Posted by vishal160490 (Post 368966)
I am a mechanical engineer, want to pursue CFD courses for my MS in US, please can anybody suggest good university. Please hurry i am in dilemma:(

If you're looking to learn algorithms and theory, University of Kentucky isn't bad. It's not the best, but it has been steadily improving since I started grad school here.

vishal160490 June 30, 2012 23:41

Actually i had CFD subject in BE, even i did CFD practical classes externally but that was not so good.:cool: I want practical knowledge of it, my interest is in non conventional energy sources simulation in CFD. I know only Delft University which is in Netherlands, which give same course but i want university in US.
Please let reply ASAP, Thanks in advance :)

wanghaojie July 2, 2012 10:07

Purdue has CFD courses and numerical heat transfer. It was used to be taught by Dr. Murthy, one of the founders of Fluent, but she has moved to U of Texas now, so im not sure if the quality is still as good as it used to be.

vishal160490 July 3, 2012 00:25

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Originally Posted by wanghaojie (Post 369302)
Purdue has CFD courses and numerical heat transfer. It was used to be taught by Dr. Murthy, one of the founders of Fluent, but she has moved to U of Texas now, so im not sure if the quality is still as good as it used to be.

Thanks !!:)
Hey can u tell me GRE score required for Purdue university??

meangreen July 18, 2012 18:35

University of florida has a lot of CFD specialists.

Most universities have a GRE cut off of 700/750 math.


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