Silk Screen: Build a printer that will be used to promote University and Club Activities.
3D Printer: Design and build a working 3D printer that will be used for rapid prototyping
Human Powered Vehicle (HPV): Create a machine that moves using only force provided by humans.
Engine Stand: Cut a eight cylinder engine into cross sections, clean and label each section. Create a manual crank system to allow engine components to turn. Engine came from a gm vehicle.
Remote Control Submarine: Using bilge pumps salvaged from a previous engineering project, create a submarine and controller. Current idea is to use bilge pumps to make minor changes submarine movement. Use a DC motor to control forward and reverse motion.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers at UMFlint
If you are interested in joining ASME,
please stop by any of our upcoming meetings
or contact an officer. If you have any questions in joining ASME,
please contact Dr. Quamrul Mazumder.
The online application form is linked below.
We look forward to having you as a member of our organization!
Become active in the club and add your officer status to your resume. Fall semester of 2013, we will be working on undergraduate research.
Online Application (via secure server)
The purpose of this association is to advance and disseminate the theory and practice of mechanical engineering and related fields; to represent a proper perspective of engineering work; and to enrich the lives of our members through a variety of activities and social events.
Nearly $100,000 in academic scholarships are awarded annually to ASME Student Members. Applications for the 2012/-13 academic year will be accepted online (only) through March 1, 2013.There are over 40 scholarships available from the national chapter. (See website for application and scholarship details)
For Student Sections, Chapter Scholarships are available for active members
See the ASME Scholarships Website for details and applications
Look for our contest under the MORE tab!
It is free to join the club, but in order to compete in competitions, vote or become a officer you must become a member of the national ASME society, it is free for freshman or first year graduate students and $25 to renew.