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Old   August 23, 2004, 12:08
Default Anyone wany a tutoring job?
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Hello, I'm a grad student at UCSD (University of California, San Diego) and trying to use Fluent to model airflow around an aircraft that my group is designing. My advisor wants me and another student to get some tutoring help from someone with experience using Fluent to model external airflow at low mach numbers over aircraft. If you are in the San Diego area and fit the bill, send me an email. Obviously, you'd get paid (though I'd have to ask my advisor how much he's willing to spend). Thanks!

Ed Reed
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