Mission Impossible? Why & How to check CFD Academic Project Feasibility

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John is a chemical engineer. He is currently enrolled in master’s program at a reputed university. During his master’s program he got introduced to the subject of CFD and it quickly grasped his interest. He read few CFD books and started conducting internet research about CFD and its various applications. During second year of his master’s program he came across some literature over the internet about application of CFD towards microfluidic flows. Coincidently that was the same time when he had to select and define his project topics for master’s thesis. John was very excited to see wonderful applications of CFD towards microfluidic flows.

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Ten Rules for Student Project Selection

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Any academic degree, let it be bachelors or masters, ends with a project work. The project work is one of the most critical parts of any academic degree. It is so important that it always decides what’s going to be next for the student. Let it be higher studies or industrial job, the whole career path (at least the starting point of that path) is based on the project work.

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