Home > Masters > Engineering > Manchester > Theoretical & Applied Fluid Dynamics MSc - Manchester - Greater Manchester

Theoretical & Applied Fluid Dynamics MSc

Speak without obligation to University of Manchester

To contact you must accept the privacy policy

Comments about Theoretical & Applied Fluid Dynamics MSc - At the institution - Manchester - Greater Manchester

  • Objectives
    This MSc aims to produce high quality graduates with specialist training in fluid dynamics who will be suitable for employment in the aerospace, mechanical, chemical, offshore and water engineering industries. You do a mixture of topics in theoretical, computational, and experimental fluid mechanics.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements: The entry requirement to the programmes is normally a good honours degree in mathematics, computer science or a mathematically-related discipline or an equivalent overseas qualification in a mathematical subject.
  • Academic Title
    Theoretical & Applied Fluid Dynamics MSc
  • Course description
    Module details

    Typical core course units include: basic fluid dynamicss, perturbation methods in fluid mechanics,  computational fluid dynamics I and II. Optional course units usually include: coastal hydrodynamics,  hydrodynamic stability theory, introduction to combustion theory and linear and nonlinear waves. You take two optional course-units, but not all the options may be offered every year. You also take non-examinable course units in FORTRAN 77/90, UNIX, C++, Matlab, Mathematica, LaTex, Word, technical report writing and oral presentation.

    Career opportunities

    The programmes will prepare students for a broad range of careers in the financial sector requiring high quantitative and mathematical skills. The programme would also provide an excellent background for students wishing to pursue advanced postgraduate research in this area.

Other programs related to Engineering

This site uses cookies. If you continue navigating, the use of cookies is deemed to be accepted. See more  |   X