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Mr. Muhammad Ahsan

Associate professor
National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from National University of science and technology (NUST) Pakistan

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Mr. Muhammad Ahsan is PhD student at National University of Sciences & Technology, Pakistan. He has completed his M.S. in Engineering from same University. His main area of interest focuses on Physical Science Engineering. His area of expertise includes Membrane Technology, Gas Separation, Finite Volume Method, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Numerical Analysis, Heat, Mass & Momentum Transfer, Modeling & Simulation, Combustion, Finite Element Method, Multiphase Flow, Propulsion, and Data Analysis. He has published 13 research articles in journals and 1 conference paper contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Physical Science Engineering
Material Engineering
Data Analysis
Computational Physics
Fluid Mechanics

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Zahid, M.A., M. Ahsan, I. Ahmad and M.N.A. Khan, 2022. Process modeling, optimization and cost analysis of a sulfur recovery unit by applying pinch analysis on the claus process in a gas processing plant. Mathematics, Vol. 10. 10.3390/math10010088.
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  2. Yaqoob, T., M. Ahsan, S. Farrukh and I. Ahmad, 2021. Design and development of a computational tool for a dialyzer by using computational fluid dynamic (CFD) model. Membranes, Vol. 11. 10.3390/membranes11120916.
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  3. Sarosh, A., A. Hussain, E. Pervaiz and M. Ahsan, 2018. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis of phthalic anhydride’s yield using lab synthesized and commercially available (V2O5/TiO2) catalyst. Eng. Technol. Applied Sci. Res., 8: 2821-2826.
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  4. Hussain, B. and M. Ahsan, 2018. A numerical comparison of Soave Redlich Kwong and Peng-Robinson equations of state for predicting hydrocarbons’ thermodynamic properties. Eng. Technol. Applied Sci. Res., 8: 2422-2426.
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  5. Mustafa, J., I. Ahmad and M. Ahsan, 2017. Computational fluid dynamics based model development and exergy analysis of naphtha reforming reactors. Int. J. Exergy, 24: 344-363.
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  6. Hussain, B. and M. Ahsan, 2017. Numerical analysis of flash calculation using soave redlich-kwong equation of state with Matlab. Sigma J. Eng. Nat. Sci., 35: 427-439.
  7. Ahsan, M., O.M. Sweeney and A. Hussain, 2017. Development of user-defined extension for the simulation of membrane process in ASPEN HYSYS. Sigma J. Eng. Nat. Sci., 35: 35-45.
  8. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2017. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation and comparison for different numbers of baffles to reduce concentration polarization effects in membrane tubes. J. Eng. Technol. Sci., 49: 114-131.
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  9. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2017. A Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) approach for the modeling of flux in a polymeric membrane using finite volume method. Mech. Ind., 35: 427-439.
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  10. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2016. Mathematical modelling of membrane gas separation using the finite difference method. Pac. Sci. Rev. A: Nat. Sci. Eng., 18: 47-52.
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  11. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2016. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling of heat transfer in a polymeric membrane using finite volume method. J. Thermal Sci., 25: 564-570.
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  12. Qadir, S., A. Hussain and M. Ahsan, 2015. Numerical analysis of a gas separation of CH4/CO2 using hollow fiber membrane module. Sigma J. Eng. Nat. Sci., 36: 495-504.
  13. Ahsan, M., 2015. A Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) comparison of 3-lump and 4-lump kinetic models for predicting gasoline, light gases and coke yield in fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) riser. Mech. Ind., Vol. 16. .
  14. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2015. Mathematical modeling of helium recovery from a multicomponent fuel gas with polymeric membrane. Int. J. Chem. Eng. Applic., 6: 173-178.
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  15. Nawaz, M.S. and M. Ahsan, 2014. Comparison of physico-chemical, advanced oxidation and biological techniques for the textile wastewater treatment. Alexandria Eng. J., 53: 717-722.
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  16. Hussain, A., H. Nasir and M. Ahsan, 2014. Process design analyses of CO2 capture from natural gas by polymer membrane. J. Chem. Soc. Pak., 36: 411-421.
  17. Ahsan, M., 2014. Numerical analysis of friction factor for a fully developed turbulent flow using k-ε turbulence model with enhanced wall treatment. Beni-Suef Univ. J. Basic Appl. Sci., 3: 269-277.
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  18. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2014. Comparing numerical methods for multicomponent gas separation by single permeation unit. Chiang Mai J. Sci., 41: 184-199.
  19. Ahsan, M., 2013. Prediction of gasoline yield in a fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) riser using k-epsilon turbulence and 4-lump kinetic models: A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) approach. J. King Saud Univ. Eng. Sci., 27: 130-136.
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  20. Ahsan, M. and S. Farrukh, 2013. A new type of shooting method for nonlinear boundary value problems. Alexandria Eng. J., 52: 801-805.
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  21. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2013. An alternate mathematical approach to recover hydrogen with high permeate purity from gas streams of small-medium level oil refineries. J. Chem. Soc. Pak., 35: 621-628.
  22. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2013. A comparison of numerical methods used to solve cross flow model for multicomponent membrane gas separation. World Appl. Sci. J., 22: 703-711.
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  23. Ahsan, M., 2012. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) prediction of mass fraction profiles of gas oil and gasoline in fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) riser. Ain Shams Eng. J., 3: 403-409.
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  24. Ahsan, M. and A. Hussain, 2012. An efficient numerical approach for the separation of gases using membrane in a multicomponent gas mixture. Int. J. Chem. Eng. Applic., 3: 430-433.