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    (Original post by female_engineer)
    OK then . I've never touched on stuff like relativity in my A-level so obviously my interest in physics has come from the stuff like Newtons laws and mechanics, which if I will be becoming 'intimately aquainted' with then that's fine for me.
    Hehe

    As an aero eng, you'll be becoming very intimate with Mr Navier and Mr Stokes!
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    Hehe

    As an aero eng, you'll be becoming very intimate with Mr Navier and Mr Stokes!
    Mr Stokes is already a favourite of mine :rolleyes:, I enjoyed learning about him in the unit where I got to experiment with honey and ball bearings
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    Mr Stokes is already a favourite of mine :rolleyes:, I enjoyed learning about him in the unit where I got to experiment with honey and ball bearings
    You'll prob do that experiment again!

    Flow around a sphere is a classic fluids experiment for undergrads!
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    You'll prob do that experiment again!

    Flow around a sphere is a classic fluids experiment for undergrads!
    Yay!!
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    Okay, and I thought I was vaguely strange!

    I enjoy doing maths and physics but I wanted some type of guarantee I wouldn't end up dead in the water come employment (though clearly mathematicians and physicists have far reaching importance!). So I decided to opt for an engineering type course (electronics and electrical eng.).

    I'm hedging my bets slightly on this being the way I want to go though I have interest in this area (more microelectronics and the maths involved there). I might combine with physics but we'll see, I'd like to think us engineers have a decent grasp of physics. Not just sub-standard physicists who're more interested in building things! Though more likely than not I'm completely wrong

    We need more engineers in this country!
 
 
 

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