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Mar8-12, 09:23 AM
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So I'm not into theoretical physics...

Quote Quote by Tyrion101 View Post
I want some area of physics that doesn't involve something that I will never use in a real world setting, like string theory, or cosmology, both are interesting, but I don't think they'd pay the bills?

Computational astrophysics involves, I think, a lot of computational fluid dynamics and magnetohydrodyanmics simulation. That type of skill could be applicable to fluid dynamics simulations in defense engineering, although I've heard that there is a trend of engineering companies using generalized CFD software more than in-house you might want to ask a real CFD engineering before you believe me.