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    Discussion in 'The main mechanical design forum' started by Abhishek2805, Nov 6, 2012.

    1. Abhishek2805

      Abhishek2805 New Member

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      I just graduated from college and am working for a hydro turbine manufacturing company, I like the design process and would like to further my skills and gain knowledge of FEA and CFD, I want know what all I need to study to attain the l knowledge, I am looking for a book or reference which has a practical approach I do not wish to go too deep into the details, I want a reference that will have concise and precise info and applied FEA and CFD, please help me out as I want to continue in this field and want to grow over here
       
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    3. tonycro

      tonycro Well-Known Member

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      me thinks you're looking for the holy grail of all engineers - the one reference book that will guide you through a difficult and complex subject without pain.

      depends on where you are, but universities do run short courses on both subjects;

      http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/soe/shortcourses/training/computer-simulations-engineering-design.html

      http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/soe/shortcourses/training/comprehensive-introduction-cfd.html


      beyond that, then you need to look internally to your new company and the training that they may be able to offer, and mentorship from the other senior design engineers there.

      As for introductory text books, none up my sleeve I'm afraid.

      tony
       

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