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Fluids Engineering

Major

This major will provide students with a breadth of knowledge and skills in key fluids engineering topics, ranging from fundamental fluid dynamics and thermal engineering, to advanced fluid dynamics concepts in turbulence, experimental methods, and computational fluid dynamics. The specialist units offered in the major will provide students with the ability to analyse and innovate engineering devices and systems that rely on fluid flows in an interdisciplinary context. Through their final year fluids engineering projects students may engage in applications ranging from energy conversion, transport and propulsion, environmental water flows and management, biomedical flows, pharmaceutical drug delivery flows and aerospace.

About this major

Graduate opportunities

Graduates of the Major in Fluids Engineering will have achieved a high level of specialization in fluid mechanics. The major will provide graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to progress into areas such as energy conversion, transport and propulsion, environmental flows, and biomedical flows and devices.

Career pathways
Units of study in this major

The course information on this website applies only to future students. Current students should refer to faculty handbooks for current or past course information.

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