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Old   October 21, 2011, 09:13
Default Short intensive postgraduate course in CFD
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I am looking for a short intensive postgraduate course (1 week or less) on CFD (e.g., condensation in steam turbine, thermodynamics, gas dynamics or turbulence in turbines, etc ) which is offered by any European University during November-December 2011.

Please anyone has idea/information about it then forward me.

Thank you in advance

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Old   October 24, 2011, 04:50
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Have a look at Cranfield University:

I attended one year of MSc in CFD there and I found it complete and very usefull. As far as I remember, they also organize short courses of one week. Contact the course director, Dr Shapiro!

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