|January 30, 2011, 20:14||
CFD for Master Degree in England
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For now I'm studying aerospace Eng. and interest to enroll in the CFD, master degree program, especially in England.
3 Universities have come up in mind
Manchester University, Imperial College and Cranfield University
Please comment on me for which is which, how different of them.
At first, I would like to apply at Cranfield, though One of my Prof. cheers for Manchester U with the comment of they are expert in compuational field. I'm quite confused and cant make my decision again.
Thank you very much,
|January 30, 2011, 21:47||
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Imperial College has been mentioned as a very good university for aerodynamics by a number of heads of engineering or heads of aerodynamics at F1 teams in the last 5-10 years. Got this information care of interviews with them in RaceCar Engineering.
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