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AHSANULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Department of

Mechanical and Production Engineering




ME



Vision and Missions (Mechanical Engineering Discipline)

Vision of the Program:

To become a nationally and internationally recognized center of excellence for Mechanical Engineering Education with outstanding teaching and research activities.

Mission of the Program:

  1. To offer quality education in Mechanical Engineering to develop qualified and responsible graduates to meet the current challenges, requirements in engineering and multidisciplinary professional fields at the local and international levels.
  2. Pursue an enabling curriculum besides the professional courses where the strong emphasis will also be given on acquiring knowledge and skills in mathematics, physics, chemistry, humanities, and social sciences to enrich the graduate attributes with complex problem-solving skills, diversified professional competencies, life-long learning of professional practices, and continuous self-development with robust ethical attitudes to position the graduates as successful professionals in engineering and related fields.
  3. To practice quality teaching and scientific research activities to enrich the qualities of the graduates to contribute for the sustainable development in the social, environmental, and economic dimensions proactively with a professional demeanor.

 

PEO of MPE (Mechanical Engineering Discipline)

PEO1 - Professionalism

Graduates will demonstrate sound professionalism in mechanical engineering or related fields.

PEO2 – Continuous Personal Development

Graduates will engage in life-long learning in multi-disciplinary fields for industrial and academic careers.

PEO3 – Sustainable Development

Graduates will promote sustainable development at local and international levels.

 

Achievements:

Team Abhijatrik (2015)

1st team ever from Bangladesh participating in Shell Eco Marathon Asia (SEMA) 2015 from Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology

Shell Eco-marathon is a world-wide energy efficiency competition sponsored by Shell. Participants build automotive vehicles to achieve the highest possible fuel efficiency.

Team Abhijatrik with their Faculty Advisors

Team Abhijatrik comprised of eight members, from the Mechanical Engineering program of MPE department, Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology, had been selected and participated in the Shell Eco-marathon Asia-2015 as the first Bangladeshi team of 75 years journey of this competition. The vehicle was named as BD 71 - the vehicle class and energy category of which were Urban Concept and IC Engine (Gasoline), respectively. After submitting their innovative ideas, design concepts, and other engineering aspects regarding energy efficiency, the team was selected to participate in this prestigious contest which was held at Manila, Philippines. It's a glorious event for the university as well as for the nation.

Faculty Advisors: Dr. Dewan Hasan Ahmed & Md. Jubayer Hossain

Student Members: Shuvo (Team Leader), Asif, Abir, Akib, Raihan, Tamal.

Media coverage:

ATN NEWS: Click here

NTV: Click here

Mohona TV: Click here

ATN NEWS: Click here

THE DAILY STAR: Click here

For more videos, visit the team’s YouTube channel :  Abhijatrik SEM 15

For further information, visit the team’s Facebook page: TeamAbhijatrik


ECO-RUN BANGLADESH (2015)

A team from the Mechanical Engineering Program, Luminous successfully participated in the four-wheeler category of Eco-Run 2015

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Bangladesh Honda Limited (BHL) jointly arranged the competition Eco-Run Bangladesh, a competition based on the fabrication of an innovative, fuel efficient and cost-effective automobile. The competition took place on 18 December 2015 at Bangabandhu Udyan (Bells Park) in Barisal city.

Team Luminous, comprised of eight students of 2nd year and one faculty advisor from Mechanical Engineering Program of MPE department, Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology, successfully participated in the four-wheeler category of Eco-Run 2015. 

Team Luminous

The team fabricated a four wheel automotive vehicle using a 100 cc petrol engine. Chain sprocket transmission system, and rack and pinion steering system were used in this vehicle. The body was made of rexine paper which made the vehicle eco-friendly, lightweight as well as cost-efficient. The weight of the car was around 100 kg, and the mileage was approximately 60 km/L.

Faculty Advisor: Md. Jubayer Hossain

Student Members: Imran (Team Leader), Rafid, Fahim, Saif, Sazid, Sanan, Sabrina, Aritra.


TEAM RED-X (2017)

Team Red-X is the first team from Bangladesh which completing the valid run in Shell Eco-marathon Asia (SEMA).

“Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2017” at Singapore

Team RED-X, comprised of eight members from Mechanical Engineering program of MPE department, had participated in “Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2017” which was held at Singapore. The team possessed exceptional work in vehicle design, fabrication, testing, and accomplished the first ever valid run from any Bangladeshi team with an energy efficiency of 42.5 km/L in the Urban Concept Gasoline category. In total, 123 teams from 20 countries participated in that competition and Team RED-X stood 9th in their category. This was an outstanding achievement for the university as well as for Bangladesh.

Faculty Advisor: Md. Jubayer Hossain

Student Members: Nahian (Team Leader), Fahim, Jaber, Preetom, Afnan, Moon, Rafy.

Media coverage:

Channel I: click here

Bdnews24: click here

Ranks Petroleum Ltd. - Shell MD: click here

Team RED-X in Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2017: click here

Sharabangla: click here

The Daily Sun: click here

Somoi News: click here


Team SWAPNOJAN (2017)

1st team ever from Bangladesh participating Student Formula Hybrid competition 2017 and AUST is the first university to join in this event and represent Bangladesh.

Team Swapnojan has won the "go green award" for fuel efficiency and "Future award" for inspirational design.

Student Formula Hybrid competition is Asia's most prominent vehicle challenge event. ISIE (Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers) organizing this event in India and most popular and favorite Motorsports, Education and Green energy research organization.

AUST Mechanical and Production engineering department formed a team of 27 members, assign a supervisor Dr. Md Kharshiduzzaman and a captain MD Kamrul Hasan. Our team motto is to create a Formula Hybrid Vehicle that will be effective for the greenhouse issue & to reduce the use of conventional energy (Petrol, Diesel etc.) to as minimum as possible. Our mission is to serve the generation with green energy.

Faculty adviser: Dr.Md Kharshiduzzaman.

Faculty Co-adviser: Mr. Abu Jafar Rasel, Mr. Jahirul Islam

Student Members: Kamrul (Team Leader), Mushfiq, Mashud, Rafid, Refath, Farhan, Alvi, Sunny, Nurul, Nasir, Mohaiminul, Maruf, Jalal,Akash, Shahnur, Erfan, Dilwar, Nahiyan, Tarif.

Media coverage:

Feature of New Age:  Click Here

Feature of ATN News: Click Here

Feature of Channel I: Click Here

Feature of Togbog: Click Here

Facebook Page:  https://web.facebook.com/Swapnojan


TEAM RED-X (2018)

Team RED-X stood 2nd in the Urban Concept Gasoline category and ranked 3rd  in the Urban Concept ICE category at Shell Eco-marathon France 2018

Shell Eco-marathon France 2018

Team RED-X has participated in Shell Eco-marathon France 2018 which was held in Paris. The team performed outstandingly and achieved 2nd position in the Urban Concept Gasoline category. Overall, it stood 3rd in Urban Concept ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) category Team. This was the highest achievement for any Bangladeshi team in this prestigious event. A total of 50 teams participated in that contest.  

Faculty Advisor: Md. Jubayer Hossain

Student Members: Nahian (Team Leader), Fahim, Jaber, Afnan, Ehsan, Rabbi, Sadman, Farabi, Rizban, Jalil, Tanmoy, Amjad, Ayon, Tasin.

Media coverage:

The Daily Prothom Alo: click here

The E-daily Sun: click here

The Daily Samakal: click here

The Daily Inqilab: click here

The BBC Click: click here

To watch the team’s journey and line up for Shell Eco-marathon France 2018, click here

For more info, please visit the team’s Facebook page click here

 


TEAM: AUST MARS ROVER (2018 & 2020)

Aust Mars Rover has attended two international competitions: ERC 2018 was held at Poland and IRC 2020 was held at India.

AUST MARS ROVER team is a collaboration of core engineering sectors (Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Civil engineering) and fundamental science. Crew members of this team are individually motivated and passionate to accumulate a rover by improving the sectors such as structure, power system, communication, data collection, lab test etc.

Team mars rover with Faculty Advisors

European Rover Challenge (ERC) 2018: The competition date was 13-15 September 2018. AUST MARS ROVER secured 26th position among the 65+ teams worldwide and managed to become 4th in Asia.

International Rover Challenge (IRC) 2020: The competition date was 16th January 2020. AUST MARS ROVER secured 15th position worldwide.

2018 ERC:

Faculty advisor: Dr. Mohammad Harun-Or-Rashid,Dr. Dewan Hasan Ahmed, Mr. Azmyin Md. Kamal, Mr. A S M Fahad Hossain, Mr. Md. Istiaque Rahaman.

Students Member: Mubin, Abid, Pial, Rian, Nafe, Pranto, Protik, Nahid, Reisan, Prottoy, Mokit, Sujon, Pongti, Hasan.

2020 IRC

Faculty advisor: Dr. Mohammad Harun-Or-Rashid.

Students Member: Mubin, Abid, Pial, Rian, Pranto, Tashreef, Jim, Arafat, Faraz, Rafat, Nahid, Reisan, Marleen , Disha

Media coverage:

The daily Ittefaq: Click here

Demonstration Video: Click here


Team Primus (2019)

Team Primus’ were the first team from Bangladesh to have ever participated in Formula Student UK (FSUK) competition.

A highly enthusiastic team of 30 students from different departments and led by Mechanical Engineering discipline of MPE under the supervision of Dr. Md. Kharshiduzzaman of MPE department, AUST, participated in one of the most prestigious automotive competitions globally, IMechE Formula Student Competition 2019 held at Silverstone, Northampton, UK. ‘And remarkably, they won both the 'Spirit of Formula Student and 'Formula Student Best Newcomer' awards!

Team Primus” at Formula Student UK (FSUK)

With a car powered by a 600 cc motorbike engine developing 84 HP at 11,500 RPM and 40 lb-ft torque at 10,500 RPM, and a curb weight of approximately 300 kg,

Faculty adviser: Dr. Md Kharshiduzzaman , Badhan Saha.

Student Members: Antony (Team Leader), Mack, Afnan, Bhaskar, Tarif, Shudip, Rafi , Tonmoy, Nabil, Manab, Imtiaz, Sakib, Nabil, Lamia, Pranto, Rafsan, Maham, Anika, Foysal, Naim, Mahedi, Anika, Faysal, Marleen, Nijhum, Rajanya, Rafee, Sabiha, Abony, Nahiyan , Faraz.

Awards: Spirit of Formula Student by IMechE and Allan Staniforth ‘ Formula Student Best Newcomer' awards.

Media coverage:

The Prestigious global:  Click here.

The daily star: Click here

 


TEAM SWAPNOJAN (2020)

Team Swapnojan wins two ‘Notable Mention’ in Formula Bharat-20/21 from

Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology

Team Swapnojan, an FSAE team from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, recently participated in “FORMULA BHARAT 2021” a Formula Student event held in India. The team achieved two “Notable Mention Awards” for Bangladesh, which are –

  • Engineering Design: Innovative Use of Materials
  • Overall Event: Formula Student Debut

They introduced ‘Jute Fiber’ for the first time in the history of Formula Student, which brought them this achievement. Another one is a signature of an emerging force in the reign of Formula Student.

Fig.1: Team Swapnojan with the Vice Chancellor of AUST
. Fig.2: The team achieved two “Notable Mention Awards” for Bangladesh

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Md. Kharshiduzzaman

Student Members: Shaon ( Team Leader),  Adib, Aniruddha, Anik, Zahir, Promit, Asib, Badhon, Nahid, Nazmus Sakib, Rafsan,  Emon , Sakib , Mahmudul , Saifur, Hridoy, Sameer, Morshed, Araff,  Showmik, Niloy ,Odhora, Prodipto, Dipu , Ashon, Tawsif

Media coverage:

Daily Ittefaq

Daily Star

Car Reveal Video


JuteX by Team Matrix (2020)

Team JuteX is the only team from Bangladesh to win the regional championship and to be in the accelerator round in 2020.                              

Team JuteX has come up with a bicycle that is mde of a natural fiber, i.e. jute fiber. Yes, we are making jute fiber bicycles which will be both lightweight and cheaper than aluminum bicycles. Also, we will not be depending on the imported raw materials, Because our country is one of the largest producers of jute fiber in the world. Already a sample has been made and industry-tested, which proved its reality and sustainability.

Fig.: Team jutex with 1st Jute fiber bicycle prototype.
Fig.: Team Members of Team JuteX to win Hult Prize on campus and Hult Prize Regional, Vietnam 2020

Achievements:

  • Winner of Hult Prize at AUST 2020
  • Winner of Hult Prize Regional, Vietnam 2020
  • Finalist of Hult Prize Global 2020

Student Members: Wasim , Mahedi, Tahsin, Sadia.

Media coverage: 

The Daily Star

Voice of America Bangla


Team GAMBIT (2021)

Team GAMBIT from AUST at HULT Prize Chittagong Impact Summit 2021

This year, a group of four students of the second year from the ME & EEE department, AUST, formed a team named 'Gambit' and participated in the 'On-Campus Round of Hult Prize', where they secured the runner-up position among 105 teams.

They eventually qualified for the next level of the competition, 'Hult Prize Impact Summit 2019', where they presented their idea about providing soybean as a cheap & healthy alternative of meat. The name of their startup idea was ‘SOYNIC’. Finally, they achieved one of the Top 6 Finalist position among 45 participating teams from across the world.

Student Members: Sabit, Snehashis, Tahsin, Toha

Media coverage:

Feature of The Daily Star: Click here


Team Cybertron (2021)

Team Cyberton have achieved significant positions with this project at Techshield -2020 (RUET), Tri-Robo Cup 2020 (MIST) IEEE YESIST12 and Arduino week 2021.

Md. Sabit Shahriar Haque, a 2nd year student of the MPE department, has built a smart pillbox named ‘BoticaBOT’, which is an IoT based smart pill box. He & his team Cybertron has competed in several competitions and won some notable positions. The other three members of his are Md. Tamimul Ehsan (BUET), Md. Rasul Khan Hamim (BUET) & Shaira Senjuti Oyshee (MIST). They have achieved significant positions with this project at Techshield -2020 (RUET), Tri-Robo Cup 2020 (MIST) IEEE YESIST12 and Arduino week 2021. They are determined to develop their project and make it available in the market as soon as possible.

Student Members: Sabit, Hamim, Tamim, Oyshee.

Media coverage:

Feature of an online portal: Click here

For further information: Click here


Team RED-X (2021)

Team Red-X has been qualified for the 2nd round to participate in the Teknofest 2021 International Efficiency Challenge Electric Vehicle Competition

Team Red-X, comprised of twenty members from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST), has passed in the first round in the Teknofest 2021 International Efficiency Challenge Electric Vehicle Competition and participated in the second round of this competition. The contest is scheduled to be held at Intercity İstanbul Park (Formula 1).

Team Red-X with the Vice Chancellor of AUST

Their objective is to develop an energy-efficient and of course an environment-friendly electric vehicle considering the Teknofest guideline for necessary electric and mechanical components.

Faculty Advisor: Md. Jubayer Hossain

Student Members: Jalil (Team Leader), Anas , Amjad , Mahid , Azizul , Abir , Mefta, Siam, Sanjidul ,Walid , Bishal, Sabit , Fahim ,Shawkat , Muntasir , Mahfuzur, Rafin, Samiul, Nafiul

Media coverage: 

Prothom Alo: Click here

Daily Naya Diganta: Click here

Jago news 24: Click here

BDnews24 : Click here

Dhakatimes: Click here

The front page: Click here

Cablegram: Click here



Course Structure for Undergraduate Program of Mechanical Engineering

Year-1 / Semester-1

Subject  Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

1103

Introduction to Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

3-0

3.00

Math

1107

Mathematics-I

3-0

3.00

Phy

1105

Physics

3-0

3.00

Chem

1107

Chemistry

3-0

3.00

Hum

1107

Critical Thinking and Communication

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

IPE

1110

Machine Shop Practice-I

0-3

1.50

Phy

1106

Physics Sessional

0-3

1.50

Chem

1108

Chemistry Sessional

0-3

1.50

Hum

1108

English Language Sessional

0-3

1.50

 

Sub Total=

12.00

6.00

 

Total=

27.00

21.00

 

Year-1 / Semester-2

Subject  Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

EEE

1287

Basic Electrical Engineering

3-0

3.00

CSE

1287

Computer Programming

3-0

3.00

Math

1207

Mathematics-II

3-0

3.00

Hum

1207

Sociology and Accounting

3-0

3.00

Hum

1209

Society, Ethics & Technology (SET)

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

IPE

1210

Machine Shop Practice-II

0-3

1.50

EEE

1288

Electrical Engineering Sessional

0-3

1.50

CSE

1288

Computer Programming Sessional

0-3

1.50

 

Sub Total=

9.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-2 / Semester-1

Subject  Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

IPE

2101

Manufacturing Processes

3-0

3.00

ME

2101

Basic Thermodynamics

  3-0

3.00

EEE

2187

Electrical Machines

  3-0

3.00

Math

2107

Mathematics-III

  3-0

3.00

Hum

2107

Engineering Economy

  3-0

3.00

 

 

Sub Total=

  15.00

15.00

IPE

2102

Manufacturing Processes Sessional

     0-3

1.50

ME

2102

Basic Thermodynamics Sessional

 0-1.5

0.75

ME

2110

Mechanical Drawing-I

  0-3

1.50

EEE

2188

Electrical Machines Sessional

 0-1.5

0.75

 

 

Sub Total=

 9.00

4.50

 

 

Total=

 24.00

19.50

 

 

Year-2 / Semester-2

Subject  Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

2203

Engineering Materials

3-0

3.00

ME

3103

Engineering Mechanics

3-0

3.00

EEE

2285

Introduction to Analog and Digital Electronics

3-0

3.00

Math

2207

Numerical Analysis and Statistics

3-0

3.00

Hum

2207

Industrial Law and Safety Management

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

ME

3100

Communication Seminar

0-3

1.5

ME

2204

Engineering Materials Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

2210

Mechanical Drawing-II

0-3

1.50

EEE

2286

Analog and Digital Electronics Sessional

0-3

1.50

 

Sub Total=

10.5

 5.25

 

Total=

25.50

20.25

 

Year-3 / Semester-1

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

3105

Fluid Mechanics

3-0

3.00

ME

3101

Mechanics of Machinery

3-0

3.00

ME

2201

Mechanics of  Materials

3-0

3.00

ME

3109

Measurement and Instrumentation

3-0

3.00

Math

3107

Mathematics-IV

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

ME

3106

Fluid Mechanics Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

3102

Mechanics of Machinery Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

3110

Instrumentation and Measurement Sessional

0-3

1.50

ME

2202

Mechanics of Materials Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

 

Sub Total=

7.50

3.75

 

Total=

22.50

18.75

 

Year-3 / Semester-2

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

3201

Machine Design

3-0

3.00

IPE

3205

Production Planning and Control

3-0

3.00

ME

3203

Control Engineering

3-0

3.00

IPE

3231

Industrial Management

3-0

3.00

ME

3205

Heat and Mass Transfer

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

ME

3202

Machine Design Sessional

0-3

1.50

ME

3204

Control Engineering Project

0-3

1.50

ME

3206

Heat and Mass Transfer Sessional

0-3

1.50

 

Sub Total=

9.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-4 / Semester-1

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

4101

Internal Combustion Engine

3-0

3.00

ME

4103

Fluid Machinery

3-0

3.00

ME

4105

Refrigeration and Building Mechanical Systems

3-0

3.00

ME

xxxx

Optional-I

3-0

3.00

TEX

4107

Textile Technology

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

ME

4102

Heat Engine Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

4104

Fluid Machinery Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

4000

Project and Thesis

0-6

3.00

 

Sub Total=

6.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-4 / Semester-2

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

4201

Power Plant Engineering

3-0

3.00

ME

4203

Automobile Engineering

3-0

3.00

ME

4205

Mechatronics

3-0

3.00

IPE

3105

Modern Machining Processes

3-0

3.00

ME

xxxx

Optional-II

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

ME

4202

Applied Thermodynamics Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

4000

Project and Thesis

0-6

3.00

 

Sub Total=

7.50

3.75

 

Total=

22.50

18.75

 

 

Total Credit Hours=

 

156.75

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Courses

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

4011

Renewable Energy

3-0

3.00

ME

4013

Combustion and Pollution

3-0

3.00

ME

4015

Energy and Environment

3-0

3.00

ME

4017

Fluids Engineering

3-0

3.00

ME

4019

Aerodynamics

3-0

3.00

ME

4021

Applied Engineering Mathematics

3-0

3.00

ME

4023

Similitude in Engineering Mechanics

3-0

3.00

ME

4025

Fluidics

3-0

3.00

ME

4027

Design of Fluid Machines

3-0

3.00

ME

4029

Biomedical Fluid Mechanics

3-0

3.00

ME

4031

Theory of Structures

3-0

3.00

ME

4033

Noise and Vibration

3-0

3.00

ME

4035

Robotics

3-0

3.00

ME

4037

Composite Materials

3-0

3.00

ME

4039

Petroleum Engineering

3-0

3.00

ME

4041

Applied Statistics

3-0

3.00

ME

4043

Advanced Thermodynamics

3-0

3.00

ME

4045

Nuclear Engineering

3-0

3.00

ME

4047

Bio-Engineering

3-0

3.00

ME

4049

Plastics Process Technology

3-0

3.00