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ejz March 11, 2006 09:57

chemical engineer
 
hello every body

i am chemical engineer . can i enter in the field of cfd of automotive. if not then why

Charles Merde March 11, 2006 10:15

Re: chemical engineer
 
Yes you can.

Is combustion not a reacting flow ?

Are there no pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, catalysts, radiation, evaporation, and now fuels cells in a car?


ejz March 11, 2006 11:27

Re: chemical engineer
 
can i work on aerodynamics of comprssor

Ahmed March 11, 2006 12:13

Re: chemical engineer
 
Is aerodynamics (turbomachinery,etc...) included in the curriculum of your chemical engineering?

ejz March 12, 2006 15:27

Re: chemical engineer
 
yes. but from chemical point of view , not the aerodynices point of view ... like towards combustion processes. etc

Ahmed March 12, 2006 18:38

Re: chemical engineer
 
Yes you are the right canditate for combustion process and combustors, but you mentioned compressors! good luck

ejz March 13, 2006 02:35

Re: chemical engineer
 
so i cant work in designing of compressor etc ????

han March 13, 2006 04:10

Re: chemical engineer
 
hi ejz, ur questions are quiet silly, if u r brave enough u can work any field, just u need learn the tool thats it. if u want do reaserch , think all these things, industry means u have to just learn drag and drop tool box.. dont think toomuch ..

Mork March 13, 2006 08:45

Re: chemical engineer
 
Please elaborate your interesting opinion about working in industry.

ejz March 14, 2006 03:35

Re: chemical engineer
 
wat shold i do

Muhamad Usman March 29, 2006 00:22

Re: chemical engineer
 
u should do in what u r interested. A person can do anything if he is willing to work hard in any field. It is my experience



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