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dano July 5, 2004 08:50

Master course in the UK?
Hi folks,

I'm intersted in doing a Masters degree (MSc.) course in CFD at a University in the UK. Does anyone have any recommendations for someone who is new to this field?


Leo July 6, 2004 10:07

Re: Master course in the UK?
University of Manchester

JohnK July 9, 2004 10:25

Re: Master course in the UK?
Leeds University used to do a MSc in CFD as did Cranfield University.

These courses are more geared towards writing rather than using. Cranfield is maybe a little more practical.

I'm an Engineering graduate and found the Leeds Uni course highly mathematical. I needed to do extra work to keep up with the Math, but maybe i'm just not so bright!

Paul Sam July 27, 2004 16:08

Re: Master course in the UK?
In my opinion you should select a univeristy (not necessarily in UK) which is working in developing CFD code, not merely using Fluent or Star-CD etc., as is the normal trait of british engineering schools.

dano July 30, 2004 05:22

Re: Master course in the UK?
Thanks for your help guys. I've done some research and I think the University of Southampton has a very good programme at the Ship Science department. The Maritime Engineer Science Masters (theme in Marine CFD)

I'm interested in applying CFD to hydrodynamic problems.

cfdnewbie June 13, 2011 12:07

while we are on the subject:
Does anybody know a good distance learning numerics/cfd programme taught in english?

Any help would be appreciated!

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