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I am presently in my senior year and I am considering fluid mechanics for my thesis. What area of research of fluid mechanics which is purely analytical and very mathematical since I am an applied mathematician can I look into. NOTE 1: I am from a 3rd world country and the academic standard is low. NOTE 2: Please provide references that I can consider.

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closed as not constructive by dmckee Apr 22 '13 at 23:16

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Welcome to Physics.SE, Qoma Sanya. What you've asked for here would be either a poll or so specific to you situation that it would never be of help to other people. We don't accept either type of question, so I'm going to close this. I hope you don't be too discouraged. – dmckee Apr 22 '13 at 23:15
If you get to 20 reputation points, you can ask this question in chat. I've given you an upvote to help you get there. – user1504 Apr 22 '13 at 23:29