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*<b>[[Fluid Mechanics]]</B>
*<b>[[Fluid Mechanics]]</B>
:[[Incompressible Flow]],[[inviscid flow]], [[potential flow]], [[boundary layer theory]], and [[Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)]].  
:[[Incompressible Flow]],[[inviscid flow]], [[potential flow]], [[boundary layer theory]], and [[Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)]].  
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*<b>[[Combustion]]</b>
*<b>[[Combustion]]</b>
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: [[Chemistry]] and thermal effects in combustion.  
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: [[Chemistry]] and thermal effects in combustion.
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*<b>[[Multiphase systems]]</b>
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: [[Melting and solidification]], [[sublimation]] and [[vapor deposition]], [[condensation]],  [[evaporation]]and [[boiling]], and [[two-phase flow]].  
*<b>[[Application areas]]</b>
*<b>[[Application areas]]</b>
: [[Heat exchanger]], [[heat pipe]], [[energy]] and [[fuel cells.]]
: [[Heat exchanger]], [[heat pipe]], [[energy]] and [[fuel cells.]]

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