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Old   August 13, 2003, 12:09
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I'm doing my Final year Automotive Engineering in India.I'm learning FLUENT,CFX in my institute.I have undertaken some projects in CFD problems and also going to complete it successfully shortly.

Will I be able to find a CFD job with a Degree in Automotive Engineering and with basic CFD software knowledge.

Please help me

By, Rias
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Old   August 17, 2003, 06:57
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Des Aubery
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Dear Rias,

I would suggest that you target the following areas:

1. Automotive companies directly; 2. First-tier suppliers to the above.

I would suggest that you investigate their requirements & perhaps target specific areas where you believe that you could offer solutions.

Good luck in your endeavours...


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