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Old   November 11, 2009, 04:20
Default Need CFD related MSc. (environmental engineering) Dissertaion topic
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hi,

I need to select an MSc. Dissertation topic (civil engineering based) preferrably in the line of environmental engineering or oil and gas. i particular want an hands on experience with CFD hence my selection.

Does anyone have any suggestions please?
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hi,

I need to select an MSc. Dissertation topic (civil engineering based) preferrably in the line of environmental engineering or oil and gas. i particular want an hands on experience with CFD hence my selection.

Does anyone have any suggestions please?
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