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Lecturer / professorship opportunities in Mechanical Engineering at University of Cape Town

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Cape Town is seeking applicants for the following permanent academic positions:

 Solid Mechanics at the Lecturer / Senior Lecturer level :

http://www.uct.ac.za/usr/about/intro/vacancies/execacad/2014/EBE_MechEng...

 

Thermo-Fluid Mechanics at the Professor / Associate professor level: 

GENERATING MIST FROM STILL WATER

Dear friends,

I have a question as below ;

Generating MIST
from still water

How much velocity / acceleration (linear) is needed
to be imparted to water lying at rest (at atmospheric pressure) to convert it
into MIST ?

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Postdoctoral Position in Computational Mechanics

The Computational Physics Group at the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Notre Dame is seeking a highly qualified candidate for the post-doctoral research associate position in Computational Mechanics. The successful candidate will develop and implement multiscale computational approaches for modeling of chemo-thermo-mechanical response of heterogeneous materials such as energetic materials and solid propellants.

 

Qualifications:

Simpleware and COMSOL Announce Partnership

Simpleware Ltd. and COMSOL Inc. announced at the COMSOL Users Conference 2007 in Grenoble a partnership agreement to provide an export interface from Simpleware's world-leading 3D image-based meshing software +ScanFE™ to COMSOL Multiphysics® 3.4, the industry's foremost multiphysics simulation environment. The +ScanFE interface enables COMSOL users to directly import high-quality meshes generated from MRI, CT, and MicroCT scan data into COMSOL Multiphysics 3.4 for modelling and simulation without requiring re-meshing or pre-processing.

Can you help me with this project? Fluid injection

Ok I have received a project from my engineering class at

school and need some help.

Here it is: Please excuse the elementary task!!

Problem: I have to combine 2 liquids by using an injection type method.

The main component is H20 the other to be injected into the line of H20 is Syrup "Viscosity similar to H20".

I have to achieve a constant "set" flow rate of the syrup into the main line of water 

when the water is flowing. 

 

Solution:  "My Idea" I will be putting together a PVC pipe with water flowing through it

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