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AHSANULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Department of

Mechanical and Production Engineering




Mr. Md. Arif Mahmud Shuklo Shoshe



Designation: Assistant Professor

Email: mamss.mpe@aust.edu

Office Extension: 266

Room No: 10



Research Interests

  • Fire Dynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics

Educational Background

  • Master of Science (MSc), (Mechanical Engineering), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc), (Mechanical Engineering), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

Honors and Achievements

Publications

  • Improvement of heat and smoke confinement using air curtains in informal shopping malls, Journal of Building Engineering, 2021
  • Effect of an Upstream Extended Surface on Reduction of Total Drag for Finite Cylinders in Turbulent Flow, International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research, 2021
  • Investigation for the drag reduction by introducing a passage through a circular cylinder, Annals of Engineering, 2020
  • Effect of Fuel Orientation on the Performance of Air Curtains in Confining Fire and Smoke Propagation in Informal Shopping Malls, International Exchange and Innovation Conference on Engineering & Sciences (IEICES), 2020
  • Effectiveness of Air Curtains as Thermal and Smoke Barrier Against High Gradients of Flow Parameters, 5th World Congress on Mechanical, Chemical, and Material Engineering (MCM’19), 2019
  • Spread and Propagation of Generic Shopping Mall Fire of Bangladesh Under Different Scenarios, International Conference on Disaster Risk Management, 2019
  • Heat Transfer Enhancement in Turbulent Flow Through a Circular Tube with Various Arrangements of a Delta Winglet Vortex Generator, International Journal of Energy for a Clean Environment, 2015
  • Review Of Heat Transfer Augmentation Using Delta Winglet Vortex Generators, 15th Annual Paper Meet of Mechanical Division, IEB, 2014
  • Heat transfer augmentation in turbulent flow through a circular tube with delta winglet vortex generators, 19th Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference, 2014