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► NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF AIR-BREATHING PROPULSION SYST. VLEO, Universidad Técnica Federico de Santa María
   21 Feb, 2024 
Job Record #19003
TitleNUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF AIR-BREATHING PROPULSION SYST. VLEO
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerUniversidad Técnica Federico de Santa María
LocationChile, San Joaquín, Santiago
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
CALL FOR POSTDOC POSITIONS AT THE UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA FEDERICO SANTA MARÍA (USM)

NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF AIR-BREATHING PROPULSION SYSTEMS FOR VERY LOW
EARTH ORBIT APPLICATIONS

In the last year, there has been a significant increase in the satellite to Low 
Earth Orbit (LEO) launches. Nowadays, this orbit, ranging from 160 up to 2000 
km, represents the most satellite populated region around the Earth. Considering 
that the number of satellites in space orbit is becoming increasingly saturated, 
Very Low Earth Orbit (lower than 400 km) has become a new choice to expand the 
satellite operation range and improve the mission capability. A few vehicles can 
operate for long periods of time at altitudes ranging from high reconnaissance 
aircraft at 26 km (e.g. the SR71 Blackbird) to the lowest space platforms at 
around 400 km altitude. Low orbits have been avoided due to significant 
atmospheric drag which induce spacecraft’s orbit decay in less than 5 years. In 
order to maintain a satellite at VLEO, it is required the use of a continuous 
low thrust drag compensation mechanism. Atmosphere-breathing electric propulsion 
(ABEP) is a type of electric propulsion system that uses the atmosphere as a 
propellant source instead of a stored reservoir. This technology is still in its 
early stages, but holds the promise of providing a clean, efficient, and 
sustainable propulsion system for spacecraft, enabling very low Earth orbit 
(VLEO) mission scenarios. To optimize the ABEP technology, accurately simulating 
air-based plasma chemistry plays a crucial role. In this scenario, the main 
objective of this project is to implement, verify, validate plasma reactions 
into the dsmcFoamPlus code for atmosphere-breathing electric propulsion systems 
applications.

Institution: Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María
Location: Santiago, Chile
Number of positions: 2
Salary: US$ 27,000.00 per year
Additional: US$ 5,000.00 per year (equipments, conferences, and publications)
The position is available for a period of three years

REQUIREMENTS:
- PhD in fluid dynamics, physics, or applied mathematics with a strong 
computational background.
- The candidate must have an excellent academic record at all levels of 
education.
- Experience in the development of OpenFOAM codes and running them on HPC 
(Mandatory!).
- Understanding of plasma reactions.
- Strong publication record at Q1 ans Q2 Journals (Mandatory!).
- The candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, 
demonstrated through
publications in reputed journals. English (minimum B2-Level) and interest in 
learning Spanish for daily life
activities.

APPLICATIONS:
Applications should include a cover letter, a brief statement of research 
interests and achievements (max.
2 pages), curriculum vitae including the publication list, and the names and 
contact details of two
potential referees. The reference persons will only be contacted for the 
shortlisted candidates.

All applications should be sent to Professor Rodrigo Cassineli Palharini, 
rodrigo.cassineli@usm.cl
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #19003 when responding to this ad.
NameRodrigo Cassineli Palharini
Emailrodrigo.cassineli@usm.cl
Email ApplicationYes
AddressAv. Vicuña Mackenna 3939, Santiago
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Last Modified18:19:40, Wednesday, February 21, 2024

► Ph.D. and M.Eng. in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Chiang Mai University
   21 Feb, 2024 
Job Record #18990
TitlePh.D. and M.Eng. in Computational Fluid Dynamics
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerChiang Mai University
LocationThailand, Chiang Mai
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, April 22, 2024
Description:
The Laboratory for Computational Turbulence at Mechanical Engineering 
is accepting applications for Doctoral and Master's students 
in Computational Fluid Dynamics for the academic year 2024. 

The research topics are
- Advanced Numerical Method for single and multi-phase flow.
- Precision Agriculture with simulation technology
- Data-driven turbulence modeling 
- Acoustic simulation 
- Particle in Turbulence
- Heat and mass transfer in HVAC systems

The applicant should have the following skills and characteristics
- Minimum GPA 3.0 out of 4.0 scale. 
- A strong background in Mathematics, 
  Fundamental Physics (fluid mechanics, heat transfer, etc.) and programming.
- Be determined 
- Having a can-do attitude 
- Willing to pursue extracurricular research activity (Research assistantship)

The doctoral student will study under 
the Doctor of Philosophy Program in Mechanical Engineering. 
Two tracks are available in this degree: 
1. Dissertation only and 
2. Dissertation with coursework. 
An excellent Bachelor's graduate can go directly to a Ph.D. program. 

The master's student will study under 
the Master of Engineering Program in Advanced Computational Engineering 
and Design, which was developed jointly with Cranfield University, 
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, and the University of Patras.  

 
The interested applicant should submit the application to 
Asst.Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arpiruk Hokpunna (arpiruk.hok@eng.cmu.ac.th) 
by 31st March 2024. 
The selected applicant will be nominated to CMU under the Active Recruitment 
or the presidential scholarship.

For more information on the scholarship, please visit
1. The presidential scholarship 
   -https://w3.grad.cmu.ac.th/scholarship?#president
   -https://dev.grad.cmu.ac.th/tara/?p=101 
   -https://www.cmu.ac.th/en/content/D4F81742-3F7A-4197-8286-4B568129DCF1
2. TA/RA scholarship (https://w3.grad.cmu.ac.th/scholarship)
 




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Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18990 when responding to this ad.
NameArpiruk Hokpunna
Emailarpiruk.hok@eng.cmu.ac.th
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://me.eng.cmu.ac.th/
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Last Modified17:24:58, Wednesday, February 21, 2024

► Post-doc in CFS for atmospheric modeling, New Jersey Institute of Technology
   21 Feb, 2024 
Job Record #19002
TitlePost-doc in CFS for atmospheric modeling
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerNew Jersey Institute of Technology
LocationUnited States, NJ, Newark
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Fully funded POST-DOCTORAL position in Computational Fluid Dynamics for 
Atmospheric Modeling

NECESSARY requirements to be considered for the position:
Be already legally able to work in the US (e.g. visa holders, permanent residents, 
citizens) or able to obtain a visa by April 2024.

Are you a computer geek who enjoys writing code? Do you have a provable experience 
in ANY programming languages such as C/C++, Fortran 90/95 or, even better, Julia?
Would you like to apply your abilities towards a doctoral degree in numerical 
methods to model atmospheric flows?

If you answered yes to these questions, then this is the opening for you!

You will be part of a collaborative project between New Jersey Institute of 
Technology and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 


I will only respond to applications with the following information:
- Link to github/gitlab account or provable coding experience
- CV
- Name and contact of 3 reference letter writers.


This project is mathematically and coding intensive; a solid coding experience  
and solid background in mathematics are required. No experience in atmospheric 
sciences is necessary.

The position is for 1 year extendable to 2 depending on performance.

The salary is standard for post-doctoral positions in this area.

You should be able to start ASAP.

Contact Dr. S. Marras by email: smarras@njit.edu





Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #19002 when responding to this ad.
NameSimone Marras
Emailsmarras@njit.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone9735963418
URLhttps://smarras79.github.io/
Address323 Dr Martin Luther King Jr B
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Last Modified15:29:29, Wednesday, February 21, 2024

► Fully funded PhD position in CFD for atmospheric modeling, New Jersey Institute of Technology
   21 Feb, 2024 
Job Record #19001
TitleFully funded PhD position in CFD for atmospheric modeling
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerNew Jersey Institute of Technology
LocationUnited States, NJ, Newark
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Fully funded PhD position in Computational Fluid Dynamics for 
Atmospheric Modeling


NECESSARY requirements to be considered for the position:
- Be already legally able to work in the US (e.g. visa holders, permanent 
residents, citizens) or able to obtain a visa by June 2024.
- Have already passed the GRE test.

Are you a computer geek who enjoys writing code? Do you have a provable experience 
in ANY programming languages such as C/C++, Fortran 90/95 or, even better, Julia?

Would you like to apply your abilities towards a doctoral degree in numerical 
methods to model atmospheric flows?

If you answered yes to these questions, then this is the opening for you!

You will be part of a collaborative project between New Jersey Institute of 
Technology and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

I will only respond to 
applicants who can provide the following information:
- Detailed CV
- Link to github/gitlab account or provable coding experience
- GRE 
evaluation
- Name and contact of 3 reference letter writers.

This project is mathematically and coding intensive; a solid coding experience  
and solid background in mathematics are required. No experience in atmospheric 
sciences is necessary.

The project will be funded for four years. 
You should be able to start in
September 2024.


Contact Dr. S. Marras by email: smarras@njit.edu





Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #19001 when responding to this ad.
NameSimone Marras
Emailsmarras@njit.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone9735963418
Address323 Dr Martin Luther King Jr B
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Last Modified15:18:11, Wednesday, February 21, 2024

► high-fidelity simulation of cryogenic flames, Confunded by CNES and ONERA
   20 Feb, 2024 
Job Record #19000
Titlehigh-fidelity simulation of cryogenic flames
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerConfunded by CNES and ONERA
LocationFrance, Essonne, Palaiseau
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, March 15, 2024
Description:
The atomization of liquid oxygen in rocket engine combustion chambers is a driving phenomenon for combustion instabilities and engine efficiency. Unfortunately, this phenomenon is complex to investigate as experimental measurements at high pressure cannot characterize the whole two-phase flow, and high-fidelity simulations need extensive and expensive simulation to achieve acceptable accuracy. Besides, they can hardly consider all the other complex phenomena occurring in the chamber. Collaborating with CNES, ONERA has developed numerical methodologies and models to improve the accuracy of the numerical simulations of liquid atomization and cryogenic flames in rocket engine combustion chambers. They rely on Large-Eddy Simulation approach and Eulerian or Lagrangian dispersed phase approach for the spray, along with physics-based models to couple both approaches. The most recent improvements remain to be fully validated, and they may require further development to cover the full range of rocket engine operating conditions. The final objective of this thesis is to achieve unprecedented spray and flame prediction accuracy in realistic application cases. To this end, the first step is to validate the numerical methodology and modeling of primary atomization on an inert two-phase flow against existing experimental measurements. The models will be improved and adapted to the different atomization conditions they may face in practical applications. High-fidelity simulations will be used to offer reference results and a new physical understanding for model extension. Several variants of the numerical methods need to be compared to find the most robust and accurate one. In a second step, the retained methodology will be applied to simulate the cryogenic flame which was previously investigated on the ONERA MASCOTTE test bench. The accuracy of the entire modeling chain will be evaluated under conditions representative of rocket engines. At last, the models will be extended to a wide range of operating conditions, allowing the new CFD tool to accurately predict spray and flame interactions in all the relevant operating conditions of the engine. At the end of the thesis, the new numerical simulation capabilities must serve as a basis for studying the couplings between phenomena involved in the occurrence of combustion instabilities to predict and evaluate their effect on the combustion chamber. Thus, this thesis is part of the research approach shared by CNES and ONERA on the simulation of high-frequency combustion instabilities. ================= For more Information about the topics and the co-financial partner (found by the lab !); contact Directeur de thèse - Jean-Luc.Estivalezes@onera.fr
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #19000 when responding to this ad.
NameJean-Luc Estivalèzes
Emailjean-luc.estivalezes@onera.fr
Email ApplicationYes
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Last Modified16:49:43, Tuesday, February 20, 2024

► PhD or Postdoc students in Multiphase Flow Simulation—OpenQBMM, Guangdong Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT)
   20 Feb, 2024 
Job Record #18999
TitlePhD or Postdoc students in Multiphase Flow Simulation—OpenQBMM
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerGuangdong Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT)
LocationChina, Guangdong, Shantou
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
About the University:
Guangdong Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT) is a public technological institute and non-profit research university in Shantou, Guangdong province, China. GTIIT is the first Sino-foreign cooperative university with an independent legal personality to introduce high-quality higher education resources from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Technion is a prestigious public research university based in Haifa-Israel, well-known for research innovations. Since 2004, Technion has celebrated three Nobel Prize laureates and is consistently ranked as a top-100 university. The vision of GTIIT is to become a world-class international university, conducting cutting-edge research in science and technology.

Research Direction:
The research contents include multiphase flow simulation, Quadrature-based moments method(QBMM), module optimization and integration of QBMM, CFD-PBE coupling development technology. And the focus is on the application of QBMM method in boiling heat transfer, as well as the simulation of polydisperse particle flow, aerosol and flash flow.

Academic year system and benefits for PhD:
o The duration of education is 4 years.
o Admissions based on application review system.
o Provide very competitive doctoral scholarships totaling more than 80,000 RMB each year.
o PhD students are free of tuition and accommodation fees.
o Obtain a degree from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology after graduation.

Academic year system and benefits for Postdoc:
o Applicants should meet the basic application requirements for postdoctoral positions at GTIIT. And applicants must have obtained a doctoral degree or will be able to obtain a doctoral degree in the near future.
o The salary is implemented in accordance with the postdoctoral management policies of GTIIT. In addition, the research group will provide additional subsidies based on work ability and performance to relieve postdoctoral worries. The specific salary can be discussed in person.
o The research group actively supports and guides postdoctoral applicants and postdoctoral fellows on site to apply for various postdoctoral talent support programs.

Selection Criteria:
o Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Energy and Power Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Aerospace is essential.
o Strong background in experimental fluid dynamics and/or computational fluid dynamics is preferable.
o Experiences with Multiphase flow CFD simulation and/or the use and development of OpenFOAM is preferable.
o Published SCI papers is preferable.
o Good communication skills, good command of English (essential).
o Be honest and trustworthy, diligent in learning, proactive, conscientious and responsible, and have a team spirit(essential).

About the research group:
Prof. Bo Kong graduated from the Department of Energy Engineering at Zhejiang University with a bachelor's degree and a master's degree. He graduated from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Iowa State University with a Ph.D. After graduating from the Ph.D., he conducted postdoctoral research in multiphase flow reaction engineering at the U.S. Department of Energy's Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Prof. Bo Kong has been engaged in multiphase flow experiments and simulations for many years, including gas-liquid, liquid-liquid and gas-solid flow. He has rich experience in experimental measurements and numerical simulations. The laboratory has built a multi-phase process intensified experimental platform and a multi-phase intensified simulation laboratory, with sufficient funds for scientific research. Prof. Bo Kong is warm and friendly, and he also cares about students' study and life. If you have any questions during the scientific research process, you can communicate with him at any time.

Application:
Application deadline: Open till filled
Should you need more details, please contact Prof. Bo Kong: bo.kong@gtiit.edu.cn
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #18999 when responding to this ad.
NameBo Kong
Emailbo.kong@gtiit.edu.cn
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://sites.gtiit.edu.cn/research/people/bo-kong/
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Last Modified02:55:42, Tuesday, February 20, 2024

► Optimization of offshore wind farms including wake effect, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
   19 Feb, 2024 
Job Record #18997
TitleOptimization of offshore wind farms including wake effect
CategoryPhD Studentship
Employervon Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics
LocationBelgium, Sint-Genesius-Rode
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:

Duration: 3.5 years, full-time.

Starting date: 1st April 2024, or as soon as practically possible afterwards.

Deadline submission: 1st April 2024 is foreseen as application deadline. However, we will review applications continuously and continue the search until a suitable candidate is found. We encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible.

About the Research topic:

The PhD candidate will work on the CORE project (Funded by The Blue Cluster & Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship), which investigates the forecasting of offshore wind power in the Belgian North Sea including the effect of wind turbine and wind farm wakes on power extraction. The project is coordinated by VUB, with Ghent University and VKI as partners. You will be embedded in the Wind Energy & Environmental Flows research expertise group, a dynamic and fast-growing group consisting of 17 colleagues (consisting of project office & faculty staff members as well as PhD candidates). VKI activities within CORE will be coordinated by sr. research engineer Wim Munters and sr. project manager Pieter Mathys.

The successful candidate will address the following topics :

  • Analyzing climate scenarios from global circulation models and dynamically downscale them to the Belgian offshore wind farms to reduce uncertainties;
  • Benchmarking GPU based models for microscale and regional weather models;
  • Development and benchmarking of wake models on wind turbine and wind farm scales;
  • Pilot cases on current and near-future Belgian offshore wind farms (including air-sea interactions, and context specific challenges like artificial islands and environmental aspects);
  • Support the overarching activities of the team, including collaboration with eg. research master or short term students.

Requirements:

You are a highly motivated and enthusiastic person with a passion for scientific research. You are self-organized and can work independently, but also operate well in a team (e.g. you proactively help others or seek advice when you are stuck). You are strongly interested in fluid dynamics, meteorology, machine learning, HPC, renewable energy, and wind energy specifically. You have manifested these skills through a good educational record and/or a highly graded MSc thesis.

You have

  • An MSc in mechanical or aerospace engineering, computational (fluid) physics, applied mathematics, meteorology, machine learning or a related field;
  • Strong programming skills, for example in Python, MATLAB, or Fortran;
  • A good command of the English language, both spoken and written (at least B2);
  • A growth mindset, willing to develop yourself on multiple technical & (inter)personal skills;

We encourage any candidate meeting these basic requirements to apply.

Furthermore, experience in any of the following fields is a strong advantage:

  • Wind turbine wake modeling, e.g., with large eddy simulation or engineering wake models
  • Use of mesoscale numerical weather prediction models such as WRF
  • Data assimilation in numerical models
  • High-performance parallel computing
  • Development of and experience with CFD solvers (e.g. in-house codes or OpneFOAM)
  • Notion of the renewable energy technology, market & policy trends, especially in the field of wind energy
  • Notion or proficiency in Dutch or French
  • Ability to translate your message to different target audiences (academic, industrial, science communication)

Benefits:

  • Employed by the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics in one of the most attractive areas of central Europe in the neighborhood of Brussels.
  • Work at the internationally renowned von Karman Institute in a key role advancing technologies for future energy systems.
  • Work in close collaboration with Belgian universities as well as an industry network.
  • Become part of the VKI network with global access to industry experts and academics in the field of fluid dynamics, aerospace, propulsion, and energy conversion.
  • Experience the unique international workshop character of the VKI working environment.
  • Access to specialized seminars and lecture series and to world-unique facilities

Eligibility Criteria

As the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics maintains an equal opportunities and diversity policy, everyone who meets the eligibility criteria below is encouraged to apply for this position.

  • meet the requirements for the duties concerned.
  • be a citizen of one of the VKI partner countries (see link): https://www.vki.ac.be/index.php/home-v16/eligibility

von Karman Site Location: Close to Brussels @ Rhode-Saint-Genèse (Flemish-Brabant)

Contact information: For further information, please contact Wim Munters (sr. research engineer) at wim.munters@vki.ac.be

How to apply

Applications must contain a CV, motivation letter, publication list, contact information of two referees, copy of the Degree and Master title. Further, also a piece of technical writing (e.g. from a paper or your master thesis), should be uploaded in the system. CV must clearly indicate the exact dates of (1) each position held in the past, and (2) countries of residence in the last 5 years.

Important: do NOT send your application by email but apply online.

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NameWim Munters
Emailwim.munters@vki.ac.be
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://jobpage.cvwarehouse.com/?q=phd_-_optimization_of_offshore_wind_farms_including_wake_effects_and_climate_variability&job=302062&companyGuid=dbfa8a5c-b85f-4ce1-bc32-95b3f28e6239&lang=en-US&section=860b6709-5612-fb8d-5d58-07b817950288
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► PostDoc Positions (3) in DNS and scientific visualization, The University of Texas at San Antonio
   16 Feb, 2024 
Job Record #18996
TitlePostDoc Positions (3) in DNS and scientific visualization
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerThe University of Texas at San Antonio
LocationUnited States, Texas, San Antonio
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateThursday, August 01, 2024
Description:

The Computational Turbulence and Visualization Lab (CTV Lab) at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) has immediate three (3) openings for Post-Doctoral Research Associates.

Two positions (code: DNS) are sought in the area of numerical predictions of turbulent high-speed boundary layer problems in supersonic/hypersonic flow regime and complex geometries. The employed numerical approach will be mostly Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS); however, Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) is also available in the in-house flow solver. We are looking for highly motivated candidates with strong HPC skills (MPI Fortran 90/95, C, C++, CUDA Python), turbulent boundary layer theory, Lagrangian Coherent Structures (LCS), and user experience on CPU and GPU supercomputers and clusters. Evidence of productive academic and publication records, excellent verbal and written English skills, the ability to work both independently and as part of a group of researchers with diverse academic backgrounds are mandatory. Current and funded projects in the research group involve wall-curvature effects on high-speed flows, boundary layer detachment due to streamwise and streamline pressure gradient and high-speed crossflow jets.

The third position (code: Scientific Visualization) involves research in virtual/augmented reality with applications to computational fluid dynamics. Candidates should possess knowledge and experience on mixed reality tools (HTC Vice, Varjo XR-3, Oculus Rift, Microsoft HoloLens, etc.) as well as programming via Unity Game engine (required), Python, C++ and C#.

Required qualifications: applicants must have a Ph.D. in Aerospace, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science or a related field, to be awarded prior to starting the position. The candidates should have a strong background in the following areas: finite element/volume analysis, turbulence statistics, coherent structures, scientific visualization, and programming. Furthermore, oral communication and written skills are essential as part of the dissemination purposes (publication and oral presentations).

To apply for this position, please ATTACH (i) a 1-page cover letter stating your research interests and career goals, (ii) a detailed CV, and (iii) contact information for three references and email to Prof. Guillermo Araya at juan.araya@utsa.edu quoting the position code.

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NameGuillermo Araya
Emailjuan.araya@utsa.edu
Email ApplicationYes
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► CFD Sales Executive, Concentration Heat and Momentum Limited
   16 Feb, 2024 
► MS and PhD Position in CFD and thermal analysis, Pusan National University
   16 Feb, 2024 

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