Hello everyone, I will appreciate you, If you check my statements of interests.
My primary research interest is in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). CFD is chiefly used today by engineers and scientists because in many cases, it's hard and expensive to setup an experiment for modeling a phenomenon. Beside this, the difficulties in accurate measurement of a variable in an experiment make the usage of CFD plausible. Over all advantages of CFD, it should be noted that, using CFD for modeling a phenomena need a deep understanding of the problem. Without any contemplation, the modeling procedure may lead to deceptive results. I have a lot of experiences in the field of CFD, including CFD packages (CFX, FLUENT) and code developing. Some of my experiences in both CFD packages and developed codes are mentioned in CV.
I am also interested in experimental fluid science, because all numeric results will be acceptable, if they are validated with experimental measurements. I have had some experiences in the experimental fluid science field and have a publication in this field:
Current and Past Research
I am already working on my M. Sc thesis which is "Evaluation of a function for estimating fuel (Methane)/air equivalence ratio distribution inside combustion chamber of spark ignition engine for pollution minimization and maximum efficiency". The project is partially funded by IP-CO (Irankhodro Powertrain CO) and will be published in near future.
My B. Sc. thesis was about the effect of blades number on vibration and performance characteristics of industrial fans. The effect of blades number, were investigated both experimentally and numerically. The results of my B. Sc. thesis were presented and published in COMADEM 2010:
Future Research Direction
I envision my future research to span across both CFD and experimental fluid science. My main motivation is to have a deep knowledge on both experimental and numerical methods when I will be graduated as a Ph. D student.
That first one is put together very well. If you are feeling creative, try this: revise it so that it is a little like a story.
That might be easy, or it might be hard, but it is a great way to energize the paragraph.
For the second one, find the most interesting way to explain the thesis. Tell us a little about it so we can become interested.
My main motivation is to have a deep knowledge on both experimental and numerical methods when I will be graduated as a Ph. D student.---This is not a main motivation. Dig deep, and find your main motivation. :-) Open up a little and share your point of view.