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Student November 3, 2008 09:56

University for Master / PhD in FSI
 
What university do you recommend for master or doctoral program with focus on fluid-structure interactions; preferably in the US and UK, but good alternatives are welcome.

Thanks.

Peter Attar November 3, 2008 15:13

Re: University for Master / PhD in FSI
 
Biomedical,aerospace,civil? What areas?

Student November 3, 2008 19:07

Re: University for Master / PhD in FSI
 
Aerospace. I'm looking for a program that provides a good basis with coursework, but has to offer relevant research as well.

Peter Attar November 3, 2008 19:15

Re: University for Master / PhD in FSI
 
In aerospace fluid-structure interaction usually means the field of aeroelasticity. There a number of good programs in aeroelasticity in the US. Duke, Texas-A&M, Michigan, to name a few.


underGroundMan November 4, 2008 07:43

Re: University for Master / PhD in FSI
 
To name a few in UK: Cranfield, Cambridge, University of Manchester, University of Southampton and University of Bristol. Of all these universities I believe Cranfield is best for research.

Regards



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