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)


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Study and Evaluation Scheme

[Effective from the Session 2009
-
10]


B. Tech. (Chem. Engg)

Year 2
nd
, Semester
-
III


S.
N
o.

Course
Code

Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Subject
Total

Credi
ts

Sessional Exam.

ESE

L

T

P

CT

TA

Total

Theory Subjects

1

CY 301

Applied chemistry
&instrumental analysis

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

2

CH301

Material &Energy balance

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

3

MA 301

Mathematics
III

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

4

CH302

Transport Phenomena


3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

5

CH 303


Engineering Thermodynamics


3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

Practical/Design

6

CY 351

Chemi
st
ry

Lab

0

1

3

30

20

50

50

100

4

7

CH 351

Flow Sheeting Lab

0

1

3

30

20

50

50

100

4

8


General Proficiency








50





B. Tech. (Chem. Engg)
Year 2
nd
, Semester
-
IV


S.
No
.

Course
Code

Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Subject
Total

Credi
ts

Sessional Exam.

ESE

L

T

P

CT

TA

Total

Theory Subjects

1

CH 401


Fluid Mechanics

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

2

CH 402

Mechanical Operation

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

3

CH
403

Heat Transfer Operation

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

4

CH 404

Chemical Engineering
Thermodynamics

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

5

CH 405

Chemical Reaction
engineering
-
1

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

Practical/Design

6

CH 451

Fluid Mechanics

Lab

0

0

3

15

10

25

2
5

50

2


CH 452

Mechanical operation lab

0

0

3

15

10

25

25

50

2

7

CH 453

Heat Transfer
Operation
Lab

0

1

3

30

2
0

50

50

100

4

8


General Proficiency








50








B. Tech. (Chem. Engg)

Year
3
rd
, Semester
-
V


S.
No.

Course
Code

Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Subject
Total

Credit
s

Sessional Exam.

ESE

L

T

P

CT

TA

Total

Theory Subjects

1

CH 501

Instrumentation and Process
Control

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

1
50

4

2

CH 502

Chemical Reaction Engineering
-
I
I

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

3

CH 503

Mass Transfer Operation
-
I

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

4

CH 504

Bio system processes

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

5

CH 505

Chemical Technology
-
I

3

1

0

30

2
0

50

100

150

4

Practic
al/Design

6

CH 551

Instrumentation and Process
Control Lab

0

1

3

30

20

50

5
0

100

4

7

CH 552

Chemical reaction engineering

Lab

0

1

3

30

20

50

50

100

4

8


General Proficiency








50







B. Tech. (Chem. Engg)

Year
3
rd
, Semester
VI


S.
No.

Course
Code

Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Subject
Total

Credit
s

Sessional Exam.

ESE

L

T

P

CT

TA

Total

Theory Subjects

1

CH 601

Mass transfer operation
-
II

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

2

MA

CONM

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

3

CH 602

Process Equipment Design

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

4

CH 603

Process O
ptimization

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

5

CH 604


Chemical Technology
-
II

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

Practical/Design

7

CH

651

Mass Transfer
Lab

0

0

3

15

10

25

25

50

2

8

MA


CONM

Lab

0

0

3

15

10

25

25

50

2

9

CH 652

Seminar

0

0

6

1
5

10

2
5

25

50

2

10


General Proficiency








50





B. Tech. (Chem. Engg)

Year
4
th
,

Semester
-
VII


S.N
o.

Course
Code

Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Subject
Total

Credit
s

Sessional Exam.

ESE

L

T

P

CT

TA

Total

Theory Subjects

1

CH OE

Open Elective

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

2

CH 701

Process M
odeling and
Simulation

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

3


CH 702

Material Technology

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

4


CH 703

Process design

and
poject
engineering

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

5


Elective
-
I

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

Practical/Design

6

CH 751

C
omputer A
pplication and
Design lab

0

0

3

15

10

25

25

50

2

7

CH 752

Project

0

0

6





100

4

8

CH 753

Industrial/practical training and
report presentation

0

0

3

-

50

50


50

2

9


General Proficiency








50




B. Tech. (Chem. Engg)

Year 4
th
, Semester
-
VIII


S.
No.

Course Code

Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Subject
Total

Credit
s

Sessional Exam.

ESE

L

T

P

CT

TA

Total

Theory Subjects

1


Engineering Economics and
Management

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

2


Elective
-
II

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

3


Elective
-
III

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4

4


Energy
Resources and
M
anagement

3

1

0

30

20

50

100

150

4













Practical/Design

6

CH751

Energy & Environmental lab

0

0

3

30

20

50

50

100

4

7

CH752

Project

0

0

10





250


8


General Proficiency








50



Open Elective
:

Energy resources utilization and management


Elective
-
I



1.
Advance separation process

2. Process

Integration

3. Interface

and surface sciences



Elective
-
II

1. Heterogeneous

catalysis

2. Advanced

process control

3. Molecular

Simulation


Elective
-
III





1. Nanotechnology

2.

Standardization

in Chemical engineering

3.

Industrial

Safety & Hazard Management


THIRD SEMESTER


CH

301 MATERIAL &ENERGY BA
LANCE
(3:1:0)


UNIT 1












Basic and derived units, use of model units in calculations, Methods of expression, compositions of mixture and
solutions, Ideal and real gas laws
-

Gas constant
-

calculations of pressure, volume and temperature using idea
l
gas law, Use of partial pressure and pure component volume in gas calculations, applications of real gas
relationship in gas calculation.


UNIT2












Stoichiometric principles, application of material balance to unit operations like distillation, e
vaporation,
crystallization, drying etc., Material balance with chemical reaction, Limiting and excess reactants, recycle,
bypass and purging


UNIT 3












Unsteady state material balances, calculation of absolute humidity, molal humidity, relative h
umidity and
percentage humidity, use of humidity in condensation and drying, Humidity chart, dew point.


UNIT 4












Determination of Composition by Orsat analysis of products of combustion of solid, liquid and gas fuels,
calculation of excess air fr
om orsat technique and problems, heat capacity of solids, liquids, gases and solutions,
use of mean heat capacity in heat calculations, problems involving sensible heat and latent heats, evaluation of
enthalpy.


UNIT5












Standard heat of reaction,

heats of formation, combustion, solution, mixing etc., calculation of standard heat of
reaction, effect of pressure and temperature on heat of reaction, Energy balance for systems with and without
chemical reaction, unsteady state energy balances. Introdu
ction to Computer aided calculations
-
steady state
material and energy balances.




BOOKS:


1.


Bhatt, B.L., VORA, S.M., “Stoichiomentry ", Tata McGraw
-
Hill, 1976.

2.

Hougen, O.A., Watson, K.M and Ragatz, R.A., " Chemical Process Principles Part
-
I ",
John Wile
y
and
Asia Publishing, 1970.

3.

Himmelblau, D.M., “Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering ",Fourth Edition,
Prentice Hall Inc., 1982.

4.

Whitwell, J.C., Tone, R.K. “Conservation of Mass and Energy ", McGraw
-
Hill, 1973.

5.

Process Calculation for
Chemical Engineering, Second Revised Edition,
Chemical Engineering

Education Development Centre, I.I.T., Madras, 1981.












CH

302
TRANSPORT PHENOMENA

(3:1:0)



UNIT 1













Vectors/Tensors, Newton’s law of viscosity, Temperature, pressure and
composition dependence of viscosity,
Kinetic theory of viscosity, Fourier’s law of heat conduction, Temperature, pressure and composition
dependence of thermal conductivity, Kinetic theory of thermal conductivity, Fick’s law of diffusion,
Temperature, pre
ssure and composition dependence of diffusivity, Kinetic theory of diffusivity.


UNIT 2












Shell Momentum balances, velocity profiles, average velocity, momentum flux at the surfaces, Equations of
Change (Isothermal), equation of continuity, equat
ion of motion, equation of energy (isothermal).


UNIT 3













Shell energy balances, temperature profiles, average temperature, energy fluxes at surfaces, Equations of change
(non
-
isothermal), equation of continuity, equation of motion for forced and

free convection, equation of energy
(non
-
isothermal).


UNIT 4













Shell mass balances, concentration profiles, average concentration, mass flux at surfaces, Equations of change
(multi
-
component), equations of continuity for each species, equation
of energy (multi
-
component).


UNIT 5












Introduction to the concept of heat and mass transfer coefficients. Interphase mass transfer, various coefficient of
mass transfer and their determination, resistance concept, controlling phase concept, Mass

transfer in turbulent
flow, Analogies of mass transfer, Empirical equations.Theories of mass transfer, two film theory, Higbies
penetration theory, Derivation of flux equation, surface renewal theory.



BOOKS:

1. Byron, R. B., Stewart, W. E., Lightfoot, E
. N., “Transport Phenomena”, John Wiley & Sons, 1960.

















CH

303
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (3:1:0)




UNIT 1

Fundamental concepts in thermodynamics: heat and work, the first law of thermodynamics, joule's experiment,
Internal energy, state func
tions, enthalpy, steady
-
state steady
-
flow processes, equilibrium and the phase rule,
reversible processes, processes at constant volume and constant pressure, heat capacities, thermodynamics
analysis of control volume, unsteady flow processes, charging an
d discharging of vessel.


UNIT 2

Volumetric properties of pure fluids, P
-
V
-
T diagrams, Ideal gas, virial equation and its applications, cubic
equations of state, generalized correlations for gases and liquids.


UNIT 3

THERMAL EFFECTS: Sensible heat and lat
ent heat. Standard heat of formation, heat of reaction and heat of
combustion, effect of the temperature on the heat of reaction, the second law of thermodynamics, statement of
the second law, heat engines, carnot cycle, thermodynamic scale of temperatures
, entropy, the third law of
thermodynamics.


UNIT 4

Thermodynamic properties of pure fluids, maxwell's equations, helmholtz and gibbs functions. residual
properties. two
-
phase systems, tables and diagrams of thermodynamic properties of gases and liquids.


UNIT 5

Cycles for conversion of heat into power, refrigeration and liquefaction, thermodynamic analysis of processes.



BOOKS

1.

Smith, J. M.;

Introduction to chemical engineering thermodynamics

Tata McGraw Hill, New
Delhi







CH 351
FLOW SHEETING LAB
(0:
1:3)


Problems will be solved using CHEMCAD Software








FOURTH

SEMESTER









CH 401 FLUID MECHANICS (3:1:0)



UNIT 1












Properties of fluids, fluid statics, Forces on fluids, pressure depth relationship for compressible and
incompressible f
luids, Forces on submerged bodies, Rigid body motion, pressure measurements, Euler’s
equation, Bernoulli’s theorem.


UNIT 2












Kinematics of flow, Description of velocity field, Stream functions, Angular velocity, Fluids in circulation,
Irrotationa
l flow, Dimensional analysis, Buckingham Pi Theorem, Dimensionless numbers and their physical
significance, Similitude Criteria.


UNIT 3












Fluid flow: Laminar and turbulent flows, Pressure drop in pipes, pipe fittings and pipe network, friction fa
ctor,
Conservation of mass, momentum and energy, Mechanical engineering Bernoulli’s equation .


UNIT 4












Flow measuring devices for chemical plants, venturimeter, orifice meter, nozzle, Rota meter, pitot’s tube and v
-
notch.


UNIT 5












Pump
ing and compressing of chemicals and gases, reciprocating pumps, rotary pumps, centrifugal pumps and
blowers, NPSH and calibrations, mixing and agitation, types of mixers and their selection, power requirement,
compressible fluid flow, introductory concept
s of two
-
phase flow.


BOOKS


1.

Gupta, Vijay and S. K. Gupta, “Fluid Mechanics and its Applications”, Wiley Eastern, New Delhi
(1984).

2.

Rajput, R. K., “Text Book of Fluid Mechanics”, S. Chand and Co., New Delhi (1998).

3.

Jain, A. K., “Fluid Mechanics including H
ydraulic Machines”, Khanna Publishers, Delhi (2007).

4.

Bansal, R. K., “Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines”, Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi
(2005).

5.

Gupta, S. K., “Momentum Transfer Operations”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi (1982).
















CH

402
MECHANICAL OPERATIONS
(3:1:0)




UNIT I

Particle Technology:
Particle shape, particle size, different ways of expression of particle size, shape

factor,
sphericity, mixed particles size analysis, screens


ideal and actual s
creens, differential and

cumulative size
analysis, effectiveness of screen, specific surface of mixture of particles, number of

particles in a mixture,
standard screens industrial screening equipment, motion of screen, grizzly, gyratory

screen, vibrating s
creen,
trommels, sub sieve analysis


Air permeability method, sedimentation and

elutriation methods.


UNIT 2

Size Reduction:
Introduction


types of forces used for communition, criteria for communition,

characteristics
of communited products, laws of siz
e reduction, work index, energy utilization, methods of

operating crushers


free crushing, choke feeding, open circuit grinding, closed circuit grinding, wet and

dry grinding, equipment for
size reduction


Blake jaw crusher, gyratory crusher, smooth roll

crusher,

tooth roll crusher, imp actor, attrition
mill, ball mill, critical speed of ball mill, ultra fine grinders, fluid

energy mill, colloid mill, cutters


knife cutter



UNIT
3

Flow of Fluid Past Immersed Bodies:
Drag, drag coefficient, pressure drop



Kozeny


Carman equation,

Blake
-

Plummer, Ergun equation, fluidization, conditions for fluidization, minimum fluidization velocity,

types
of fluidization, application of fluidization, slurry transport, pneumatic conveying.

Motion of Particles Through Fl
uids
: Mechanics of particle motion, equation for one dimensional motion

of
particles through a fluid in gravitational and centrifugal field, terminal velocity, drag coefficient, motion

of
spherical particles in Stoke’s region, Newton’s region and intermedi
ate region, criterion for settling

regime,
hindered settling, modification of equation for hindered settling, centrifugal separators, cyclones

and hydro
cyclones.


UNIT 4

Sedimentation:
Batch settling test, application of batch settling test to design of c
ontinuous thickener, Coe

and
Clevenger theory, Kynch theory, thickener design, determination of thickener area.

Filtration:

Introduction, classification of filtration, cake filtration, clarification, batch and continuous filtration,

pressure and vacuum fil
tration constant rate filtration and cake filtration, characteristics of filter media,

industrial
filters, sand filter, filter press, leaf filter, rotary drum filter, horizontal belt filter, bag filter,

centrifugal filtration


suspended batch centrifuge,
filter aids, application of filter aids, principles of cake

filtration, modification of
Kozeny


Carman for filtration


UNIT 5

Agitation And Mixing:
Application of agitation, Agitation equipment, Types of impellers


Propellers,

Paddles
and Turbines, Flow
patterns in agitated vessels, Prevention of swirling, Standard turbine design,

Power
correlation and Power calculation, Mixing of solids, Types of mixers
-

change can mixers, Muller

mixers, Mixing
index, Ribbon blender, Internal screw mixer, Tumbling mixer.

Sampling, Storage and Conveying of Solids:
Sampling of solids, storage of solids, Open and closed

storage,
Bulk and bin storage, Conveyors


Belt conveyors, Chain conveyor, Apron conveyor, Bucket

conveyor, Bucket
elevators, Screw conveyor.

BOOKS
:

1.


Mome
ntum transfer operation: S.K.Gupta, TMC, 1979.

2.

Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering: McCabe and Smith,.TMC

3.

Chemical Engineering Vol. I: Coulson & Richardson, Pergamon, 1979



CH 403

HEAT TRANSFER OPEARATION
S
(3:1:0)




UNIT 1












Introduc
tion to heat transfer and general concepts of heat transfer by conduction, convection and radiation,
Conduction: Basic concepts of conduction in solids, liquids, gases, steady state temperature fields and one
dimensional conduction without heat generation
e.g. through plain walls, cylindrical and spherical surfaces,
composite layers, etc. Insulation materials, critical and optimum insulation thickness. Extended surfaces, fins
and their applications. Introduction to unsteady state heat transfer.


UNIT 2












Convection: Fundamentals of convection, Basic concepts and definitions, natural and forced convection,
hydrodynamic and thermal boundary layers, laminar and turbulent heat transfer inside and outside tubes.
Dimensional analysis, determination of in
dividual and overall heat transfer coefficients, heat transfer in molten
metals.


UNIT 3












Radiation: Basic laws of heat transfer by radiation, black body and gray body concepts, view factors, Kirchhoff’s
law, solar radiations, combined heat trans
fer coefficients by convection and radiation.


UNIT 4












Heat transfer with phase change: Condensation of pure vapours, film wise and drop wise condensation, loading
in condensers and basic calculation on condensers. Heat transfer in boiling liquid
s, boiling heat transfer
coefficients. Evaporation: Elementary principles, types of evaporators, Single and multiple effect evaporators
and their calculations.


UNIT 5












Heat transfer equipment: Classification, principles and design criteria, type
s of exchangers, viz. double pipe,
shell and tube, extended surface. Furnaces and their classification and application.




BOOKS


1.

Holman, J. P., “Heat Transfer”, 9
th

ed. McGraw Hill (1989).

2

Coulson, J. M. & Richardson, J. F., “Chemical Engineering:Vol
-
1”,

6
th

ed. Butterworth
-
Heinemann


3

McAdams, W. H., “Heat Transmission”, 3
rd

ed., McGraw
-
Hill (1954).

4

Kern, D. Q., “Process Heat Transfer”, McGraw Hill Book (1950).

5

Badger, W. L. & Bancharo, J. T., “Introduction to Chemical Engineering”, Tata McGraw Hill.













CH 404 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS
(3:1:0)



UNIT 1.


An Introduction to vapour
-
Liquid Equilibria, qualitative behaviour of the vapour
-
liquid equilibria (VLE),
Simple models for vapourliquid, equilibria:Raoult's and henry´s laws, dewpoin
t and bubblepoint calculations,
VLE by modified raoult´s law and K
-
value correlations. Flash calculations.


UNIT 2

Solution Thermodynamics, theory fundamental property relation. The chemical potential and phase equilibria.
Partial properties, equations rel
ating molar and partial molar properties, partial properties in binary solutions,
relations among partial properties, ideal gas mixtures, fugacity and

fugacity coefficient for pure species, VLE for pure species, fugacity of a pure liquid, fugacity and fuga
city
coefficient for species in solution, the fundamental residual property relation, fugacity coefficients from the
virial equation of state and generalized correlations, the ideal solution, the Lewis/Randall rule, excess properties.
The excess Gibbs ener
gy and the activity coefficient, The nature of excess properties.


UNIT 3.

Solution Thermodynamics, Applications Liquid phase properties from VLE data. Fugacity. Activity coefficient.
Excess Gibbs energy. Data reduction. Thermodynamic consistency. Models
for the excess Gibbs energy. Local
composition models. Property changes of mixing. Heat effects of mixing processes. Heats of solution. Enthalpy
-
Concentration diagrams.


UNIT 4.

Chemical Reaction Equilibria, The reaction coordinate. Multireaction stoichiom
etry. Application of equlibrium
criteria to chemical reactions. The standard Gibbs energy change and equilibrium constant. Effect of temperature
on the equilibrium constant. Evaluation of equilibrium constants. Relation of equilibrium constants to
composit
ion. Gas
-
phase and liquid
-
phase reactions. Equilibrium conversions for single reactions. Single phase
reactions. Reactions in heterogeneous systems. Multireaction equilibria. Fuel cells.


UNIT 5

Topics in Phase Equilibria The gamma/phi formulation of VLE.

VLE from cubic equations of state. Equilibrium
and stability. Liquid
-
liquid equilibrium. Vapour
-
liquid
-
liquid equilibrium. Solid
-
liquid equilibrium. Osmotic
equilibrium and osmotic pressure.



BOOKS

1.

Smith, J. M.; Introduction to chemical engineering therm
odynamics .


CH 405
CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING
-
I
(3:1:0)



UNIT 1













Rate of Reaction, Elementary and non
-
elementary homogeneous reactions, Molecularity and order of reaction,
Mechanism of reaction, temperature dependency from thermodynamics, c
ollision and activated complex
theories. Integral and differential methods for analyzing kinetic data, interpretation of constant volume reactor,
zero, first, second and third order reactions, half life period, irreversible reaction in parallel and series,

catalytic
reaction, auto catalytic reaction, reversible reactions.


UNIT 2












Interpretation of variable volume batch reactions for zero, first and second order reactions, design equation for
batch, continuous stirred tank, plug flow reactors for
isothermal reaction.


UNIT 3













OPTIMUM REACTOR SIZE, PLUG FLOW/MIXED FLOW REACTORS IN SERIES AND PARALLEL,
RECYCLE REACTOR.


UNIT 4













Design of reactors for multiple reactions, parallel and series reactions. Temperature and pressure eff
ects for
single reaction.


UNIT 5












Residence time distribution of fluids in vessels, E, F and C curves, Dispersion model, Tank in series model.



BOOK
S


1.

Levenspiel, O., “Chemical Reaction Engineering”, 3
rd

edition, John Wiley (1998).







CH 451

FLUID MECHANICS LAB
(0:0:3)

1.

To find the cake and filter medium resistance of Plate and Frame Filter press.

2.

To find the filter medium resistance of a Vacuum Leaf Filters.

3.

To find the flow rate using a V notch

4.

To find the friction losses in a Straight pip
e

5.

To find the friction losses in a Bend pipe

6.

Study of Pipe fittings and Valves

7.

To study the principle of a hydro
-
cyclone and find out the efficiency of separation.

8.

To study the
Reynold
s

apparatus and verify experimentally

9.

To study the working principl
e of a reciprocating pump and to determine the percentage of slip.

10.

To study the working principle of a centrifugal pump and determine its efficiency experimentally.

11.

To determine the cake resistance of a batch basket centrifuge.

12.

To find out the flow prof
ile of water from
hook

s

gauge and determination of coefficient of velocity,
coefficient of discharge, coefficient of resistance, coefficient of contraction

13.

To determine the pressure drop in a packed bed by Leva

s and Ergun

s equation and verify
experimentally.

14.

To determine the minimum fluidization velocity in a fluidized bed and verify experimentally.

15.

To determine the minimum fluidization velocity and pressure drop in a tapered fluidized bed.

16.

Determination of

discharge coefficient with
Reynold
s

Number in case of an orifice meter and a venturi
meter.

17.

Determination of the minimum fluidization velocity and pressure drop in a square bed.

18.

Study of D

e laval Centrifuge and to find out its efficiency using it as a
Clarifier and Purifier.

19.

Study and verification of the flow pattern in a
Bernoulli

s

apparatus.

20.

Determination of the mixing and segregation index of the given sample of bed materials in a fluidized
bed.

21.

Determination of the fluidization index of the give
n sample of bed materials in a fluidized bed.

CH 452
MECHANICAL OPERATION
LABS
(0:0:3)

1.

Determination of average particle size of a mixture of particles by sieve analysis.

2.

Study and operation of Jaw crusher and thereby verification of Ritinger

s constant.

3.

Determination of reduction ratio, maximum feed size and theoretical capacity of crushing rolls.

4.

Determination of the effect of no. of balls on grinding in a Ball mill and comparison of its critical speed
with the operating speed.

5.

To find ou
t the effect of time on grinding and amount of undersize at zero time of grinding in a ball mill
and to compare its operating speed with the critical speed.

6.

To find out enrichment of the coal sample using a froth flotation cell.

7.

Determination of the effe
ctiveness of a vibrating screen.

8.

To find the efficiency of Wilfley Table and the effect of water flow rate on efficiency of separation.

9.

Study and operation of a Hammer mill thereby finding its reduction ratio.

10.

Study and operation of a Pulverizer and the
reby finding its reduction ratio.

11.

Study and operation of a cyclone separator and thereby finding its efficiency of separation.

12.

Study and operation of a Magnetic separator and thereby finding its efficiency of separation.

13.

Study and operation of a Gyrator
y Crusher and thereby finding its reduction ratio

CH 453
HEAT TRANSFER LAB

(0:1
:3)


1.

To find out the thermal conductivity of liquids.

2.

To find out the thermal conductivity of a metal rod.

3.

Find out the Heat Transfer Coefficient during drop wise and film wi
se condensation.

4.

Find out the Heat Transfer Coefficient in a vertical and a horizontal condenser.

5.

To find out the emissivity of a surface.

6.

To find out the overall thermal conductance and plot the temperature distribution in case of a composite
wall.

7.

To

find out the average heat transfer co
-
efficient of vertical cylinder in natural convection.

8.

To find out the Stefan Boltzman

s constant and compare with the theoretical value.

9.

To find out the relation between insulation thickness and heat loss.

10.

To find out the overall heat transfer co
-
efficient of a double pipe heat exchanger.

11.

To find out the overall heat transfer co
-
efficie
nt of 1
-
2 shell & tube heat exchanger.

12.

Study and operation of a long tube evaporator.











FIFTH

SEMESTER




CH 501
INST
RUMENTATION & PROCES CONTROL
(3:1:0)



UNIT 1


Introduction to Process control systems,

Use of Laplace & Inverse Lap
lace

Trans
formation in

study of Process
Dynamics

& Control
.

Dynamic Modeling of a Process
,

Dynamic

behavior of First order system,

First order
systems

in series &
second & higher order system
s

for various kind of inputs, Linearization of nonlinear
system
s
, Trans
portation & Transfer Lag.


UNIT 2



Classification of control systems

,
Regulator & Servo control, Feed Forward & Feed backward control, Negative

& Positive Feed back Control, V
ariables & Physical Elements

of a Control system,

Modes

of control action,
Cont
rollers & Final control Elements, Reduction of Block & Signal Flow Diagrams, Closed loop transfer
function

UNIT 3



R
esponse of closed loop control system for various type of control actions.
Stability analysis, Rouths criterion,

UNIT
4


Principles of me
asurements and classification of process control instruments,
Static & Dynamic Chracterstics of
instruments, Error analysis, M
easur
ement

of temperature,

UNIT 5


M
easur
ement
of

pressure,

Vacuum,

flow

rate
, liquid
level and viscosity.



BOOKS

1.

Coughnowr and
Koppel, " Process Systems Analysis and Control ", McGraw
-
Hill, New

York, 1986.

2.

George Stephanopolous, " Chemical Process Control ", Prentice
-
Hall of India Pvt
-
Ltd.,

New Delhi, 1990.

3.

Emenule, S.Savas, " Computer Control of Industrial Processes ", McGraw
-
Hil
l, London, 1965.

4.

Eckman, D.P., " Industrial Instrumentation ", Wiley, 1978.



CH 502 CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING II
(3:1:0)




UNIT 1












Introduction to heterogeneous reactions, Fluid
-
fluid reactions: kinetics and design.


UNIT 2













Flu
id
-
solid reactions: kinetic and design, Design of packed bed and fluidized bed reactors.


UNIT 3













Nature of catalysis, Adsorption isotherms, Physical properties of catalysts, preparation, testing and
characterization of solid catalysts, catalyst

selection, catalyst poisoning and mechanisms of catalytic reactions.


UNIT 4













Reaction and diffusion within porous catalysts, effectiveness factor, design of solid catalytic reactors.


UNIT 5













Biochemical reactors, polymerization rea
ctors.



BOOKS


1.

Levenspiel, O., “Chemical Reaction Engineering”, 3
rd

edition, John Wiley, (1998).

2.

Smith, J, M, “Chemical Engineering Kinetics”, 3
rd

edition, McGraw
-
Hill (1990).






CH 503 MASS TRANSFER
-
1
(3:1:0)



UNIT 1


Distillation

Pressure
-
composition
, Temperature
-
concentration, Enthalpy
-
concentration diagrams for ideal and non
-
ideal
solutions, Raoults law and its application, Maximum and minimum boiling mixtures, concept of relative
volatility, Single Stage Distillation Differential distillation, Flas
h vaporization, Vacuum, molecular and steam
distillation.


UNIT 2

Continuous Distillation of Binary Mixtures

Multistage contact operations, Characteristics of multistage tower, McCabe Thiele method, Ponchon Savarit
method, Reflux, maximum, min. and optim
um reflux, Use of open steam, Tray efficiency, Determination of
height and column diameter, Multistage batch distillation; Principles of azeotropic and extractive distillation,
Introduction to multicomponent distillation system.


UNIT 3

Liquid
-
Liquid Extr
action

Ternary liquid equilibria, Triangular graphical representation concept of theoretical or ideal stage, Equipment
used for single stage and multistage continuous operation; Analytical and graphical solution of single and
multistage operation Super cri
tical fluid extraction.


UNIT 4

Solid /Liquid Extraction

Leaching, Solid liquid equilibrium, Equipment used in solid
-
liquid extraction,Single and multistage cross current
contact and counter current operations. Concept of an ideal stage, Overall stage eff
iciency, Determination of
number of stages.


UNIT 5

Adsorption

Description of adsorption processes and their application, Types of adsorption, Nature of adsorbents adsorption
equilibrium and adsorption hysterises, Stage wise and continuous contact adsorpti
on operations, Determination
of number of stages, Equipments; Ion exchange, Equilibrium relationship, Principle of ion
-
exchange, techniques
and applications, Principles and application of dialysis, osmosis reverse osmosis, thermal diffusion, sweep
diffusio
n.



BOOKS

1.

Treybal, R “Mass Transfer Operations”, 3rd ed. New York: McGraw
-
Hill, (1980).

2.

Sherwood T. K., Pigford R. L. and Wilke P. “Mass Transfer” McGraw Hill (1975).

3.

Foust A. S. et.al., “Principles of Unit Operations” John Wiley (1980).

4.

Geankoplis, C.J.
. “Transport Processes and Unit Operations”, 3rd ed. Prentice Hall.





C
H

505
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
--
I
(3:1:0)




Introduction of CPT with reference to Indian resources, industries, trade and export potential, small scale
industries and rural development.

Preparation of process flow diagrams, Instrumentation diagrams and Process
symbols. ; Introduction to the following industries lying emphasis on process flow sheet, material requirements,
process conditions, material of construction and design aspects.


UNIT 1

CARBOHYDRATES

Introduction
-

Mono and Disaccharides
-

Important reactions
-

Polysaccharides
-

Starch and Cellulose
-

Derivatives of Cellulose
-

Carboxy Methyl Cellulose and gun cotton
-

Structural aspects of cellulose
.


UNIT 2

Sugar, Glucose, Starch
, Fermentation products such as Alcohol , Acetic acid, Citric acid

and antibiotics

UNIT 3

Soap and Surfactants, Glycerin, Fatty acids, Hydrogenation of edible oils , paper and pulp [6]

UNIT 4

Synthetic and natural fibers: Nylon, Dacron, Terylyne, Polyeste
r and other new products, Viscose rayon, acetate
rayon , synthetic rubber with special reference to manufacture, vulcanization and reclaiming of rubber, SBR,
Plastics, Thermosetting and Thermo Plastics(PVC, Polyethy
lene, Polyurethane, Teflon )

UNIT
5

Cru
de oil distillation, Thermal conversion processes(visbreaking ,coking), Catalytic conversion processes(fluid
catalytic cracking, catalytic reforming, hydro cracking, alkylation, isomerisation, polymerization) Finishing
processes, sulphur removal process, l
ub oil manufacture; Petrochemicals(ethylene, propylene, formaldehyde,
methanol, ethylene oxide , ethanolamine, cumene, ethylene gly
col, ethyl benzene)




BOOKS

1. Dryden, C. E. “Outlines of Chemical Technology” (Edited and Revised by M.Gopal Rao a
nd Sittig
.M) East West Press.Pvt Ltd,New Delhi,3 rd Edition(1997).

2. Austin G. T » Shreve’s Chemical Process Industries”, 5th ed., McGraw Hill.(1984).


CH 551
INSTRUMENTATION & PROCES CONTROL LAB
(0:1
:3)


1.

Transient response to single tank system with stor
age & Flow to (a) step change (b) impulse change in
put.

2.

Transient response of non interacting system in series.

3.

Transient response of interacting system in series.

4.

Study the operation of ON
-
OFF electronic temperature controller & determination of its p
erformance to
control the temperature of a system having capacity to store thermal energy.

5.

Study the principle of operation & working of pneumatic servo system with various input functions.

6.

Transient response of a CSTR System to step change.

7.

Controlling

a batch reactor using digital PID controller.

8.

Study the dynamics of parallel & counter flow shell & tube heat exchanger.

9.

Controlling of Parallel Flow & counter flow STHE using digital PI controller to have desired output.

10.

Dynamics characteristics of me
rcury & water manometers.

11.

Study of control value characteristics.

12.

Study the performance of cascade control system & to maintain desired level in a tank, with flow
.

13.

Study the dynamics of bubble cap distillation column.

14.

Control of a bubble cap distillati
on column using digital PID controller.

15.

Study of effect of PID controller on pressure process trainer.

16

Calibration of thermocouple/Bimetallic thermocouple/Resistance thermocouple.

17.

Calibration of Pressure gauge/ Pnuematic pressure recorder/ Differential p
ressure recorder.

18.

C
alibration of Orificemeter/ Venturimeter / Rotameter/ Gas flow meter.

19.

Estimation of viscosity by Redwood/ Saybolt/ Ostwald viscometer.

20.

Calibration of pH meter.

21.

Calibration of Conductivity meter.


CH 552 CHEMICAL REACTION LABORATOR
Y


(0:1
:3)

1. Study and operation of a packed bed reactor

2. Study and operation of a batch reactor

3. Study and operation of a CSTR

4. Study and operation of a plug flow reactor

5. Study and operation of a cascade CSTR

6. Study and operation of an ad
iabatic batch reactor

7. Study and operation Trickle bed reactor

8. Study and operation Condensation polymerization reactor

9. Study and operation Emulsion polymerization reactor

10. RTD study in a CSTR

11. RTD study in a plug flow reactor

12. Study
and operation of a coiled tubular reactor






SIXTH


SEMESTER





CH 601 MASS TRANSFER OPERATIONS
-

II
(3:1:0)




UNIT 1

Absorption and Stripping:
Equipments, Gas
-
liquid equilibrium, Henry’s law, Selection of solvent, Ab
sorption
in tray

column, Graphical and analytical methods, Absorption in packed columns, HTU, NTU &HETP concepts,
Design equations for packed column, Absorption with chemical reaction

and mass transfer.


UNIT 2

Humidification and Dehumidification:
Vapour l
iquid equilibrium and enthalpy for a pure substance, vapour
pressure temperature

curve, Vapour gas mixtures, Definition and derivations of relationships

related with
humidity Fundamental concept of humidification, Dehumidification and

water cooling, Wet bu
lb temperature,
Adiabatic and non
-
adiabatic operations,

Evaporative cooling ,Classification and design of cooling towers.


UNIT 3

Drying:
Solid
-
gas equilibrium, Different modes of drying operations, Definitions of moisture

contents, Types of batch and con
tinuous dryers, Rate of batch drying, Time of drying,

Mechanism of batch drying, Continuous drying,


UNIT 4

Crystallization:
Equilibrium yield of crystallization ,Heat and mass transfer rates in crystallization, Theories of
crystallization, Factors governi
ng nucleation and crystal growth rates,

Controlled growth of crystal.,
Classification
and design of crystallizers.


UNIT 5

Membrane separation process, Types of membrane, separation of gases, separation of liquids, Dialysis, Reverse
Osmosis, pervaporisati
on, Desalination.Recent Developments in Mass Transfer Operation.



BOOKS

1.

Trey bal, R “Mass Transfer Operations”, 3rd ed. New York: McGraw
-
Hill, (1980).

2.

Sherwood T. K., Pig ford R. L. and wilke P. “Mass Transfer” McGraw Hill (1975).

3.

Foust A. S. et.al., “Pr
inciples of Unit Operations” John Wiley (1980).

4.

Geankoplis, C.J.. “Transport Processes and Unit Operations”, 3rd ed. Prentice Hall.

(1993)






CH 602 PROCESS EQUIP
MENT DESIGN
(3:1:0)



Process Design
: Heat exchangers


concentric tube, shell and tube typ
es, Condensers


condenser coolers and
superheater condensers for single vapour only, Evaporators


single and multi effects, Absorbers


for binary
systems without reactions, Distillation columns


for binary mixtures along with tray hydraulics, dryers; M
ulti
-
component Distillation Column Design.


Mechanical Design
.:Storage tank,Supports. unfired pressure vessel subjected to internal and external pressure,
Tall vessel,


BOOKS


1

D. Q. Kern, Process Heat Transfer.

2

J. H. Perry, Chemical Engineers Handbook.

3

R
. E. Treybal, Mass Transfer Operations

4

I.S.Code for Unfired Pressure: IS No. 2825
-
1969 pressure vessel.

5

B. E. Brownell & E M Young, Process Equipment Design



CH 603 PROCESS OPTIM
IZATION

(3:1:0)


UNIT
-
1


Introduction to process optimization; formulation
of various process optimization pro
blems and

their classification.
Basic concepts of optimization
-
convex and concave func
tions, necessary and sufficient
conditions for stationary points.


UNIT
-
2


Optimization of one dimensional functions, unconstrained mul
tivariable optimization
-

direct
search methods.
Bracketing methods: Exhaustive searc
h method, Bounding phase method
Region elimination methods: Interval
halving method, Fibonacc
i search method, Golden section
search method. Point
-
Estimation method: Success
i
ve
quadratic estimation method.
Indirect first order and second order method. Gradient
-
based
methods: Newton
-
Raphson method,
Bisection method, Secant method, Cubic search method.
Root
-
finding using optimization
techniques.


UNIT
-
3


Multivariable Optimizat
ion Algorithms: Optimality criteria, Unidirectional search, direct search

methods: Evolutionary optimization method, simplex se
arch method, Powell’s conjugate
direction method.
Gradient
-
based methods: Cauchy’s (steepest descent) method, Newton
’s
method.


U
NIT
-
4


Constrained Optimization Algorithms: Kuhn
-
Tucker conditions, Transformation methods:

Penalty function method, method of multipliers, Sensitivity analysis, Direct search for constraint

minimization: Variable elimination method, complex search method.


UNIT

5


Successive linear and quadratic programming, optimization of staged and discrete processes.

Specialized & Non
-
traditional Algorithms: Integer Programming: Penalty
function method, Nontraditional
Optimization Algorithms



Books


1. Kalyanmoy Deb
,Optimization for engineering design, , Prentice Hall of India

2. T.F.Edgar and D.M.Himmelblau, optimization of chemical processes, Mc Graw Hill,

3. International editions, chemical engineering series, 1989.

4. G.S. Beveridge and R.S. Schechter, Optimizati
on theory and practice, Mc Graw Hill,

Newyork, 1970.

5. Rekllitis, G.V., Ravindran, A., and Ragdell, K.M., Engineering Optimization
-

Methods

and Applications, John Wiley, New York, 1983.

6. SS Rao, Optimization Theory and Applications



CH 604
CHEMICAL TEC
HNOLOGY


II
(3:1:0)



Introduction of CPT with reference to Indian resources, industries, trade and export potential, small scale
industries and rural development. Preparation of process flow diagrams, Instrumentation diagrams and Process
symbols. ; I
ntroduction to the following industries lying emphasis on process flow sheet, material requirements,
process conditions, material of construction and design aspects.


UNIT 1

Chlor
-
alkali industry: Common salt, Caustic soda and Chlorine, Soda Ash, Hydrochl
oric
acid.


UNIT 2

Sulfur Industry: Sulfur and sulfuric acid,Oleum Phosphorus Industry: Phosphorus, Phospho
ric acid and super
phosphates


UNIT 3

Nitrogen Industry: Ammonia, Nitric acid, Urea and other nitrogen fertilisers, Mixed fertilisers (SSP, TSP, NP
K
,KAP ,DAP, Nitr
ophosphate) Bio fertilizers.


Unit 4

Industrial Gases: Oxygen, Nitrogen, Hydrogen Inert gases, Syngas,
Cement.


UNIT 5

Electrothermal industries, Aluminium, Magnesium, Litfium Titanium etc., Electro
-
chemical sources of energy
and storage
.


BOOKS

1

Dryden, C. E. “Outlines of Chemical Technology” (Edited and Revised by M.Gopal

Rao and Sittig .M) East West Press. ,New Delhi,3 rd Edition(1997).

2

Austin G. T » Shreve’s Chemical Process Industries”, 5th ed., McGraw Hill.(1984).

3

Faith, W. L., Keyes
, D. B. and Clark, R. L., “Industrial Chemicals” John Wiley.(1975).

4

Kirk and Othmer, "Encyclopaedia of Chemical Technology" Wiley (2004).

5

Pandey G.N & Shukla.S.D, “Chemical Technology Vol
-

I” Vikas publication.


CH 651 MASS TRANSFER LAB

(0:
0
:3)


1.

Determin
ation of diffusivity of acetone in air.

2.

Determination of mass transfer coefficient in an agitated vessel.

3.

Determination of mass transfer coefficient for steady state surface evaporation of water at different
temperature.

4.

Determination of mass transfer c
oefficient in a wetted wall column.

5.

Determination of T
-
x
-
y diagram for a binary batch distillation.

6.

Verification of
Rayleigh equation
in a binary batch distillation process.

7.

Verification of steam distillation equations.

8.

Determination of ternary curve f
or the system acetic acid
-
water
-
carbon tetrachloride
.

9.

Determination of distribution coefficient of a solute in two immiscible liquids.

10.

Solid
-
Liquid extraction


Soxhlet

s experiment.

11.

Liquid
-

liquid extraction in packed bed.

12.

Determination of adsorption kinetics and isotherm at solid
-
liquid interface.

13.

Determination of the rate of drying in a tray dryer.

14.

Estimation of efficiency of the fluidized bed dryer


MA 651 CONM

LAB

(0: :3)

CH 651 SEMINAR (0:0
:
6)





SEVENTH

SEMESTER





OPEN ELECTIVE


ENERGY RESOURCES UTILIZATION & MANAGEMENT
(3:1:0)



Unit I

Energy Scenario

Indian and global, energy crisis, Classification of various energy sources, Renewable and

Non
-
renewable

energy sources, Remedial measures to some energy crisis.

Energy Conservation

Energy: Biogas plants and their operation, Biomass and its conversion routes to gaseous

and liquid fuels. Wind energy, its potential a
nd generation by wind mills.

Unit II

Alterna
tive Sources of Energy

Fuel cell ,Solar Energy : Photo thermal and photovoltaic conversion and
utilization
methods , solar
water heating , cooking , drying and its use for other industrial processes ,

solar cells their material and
mode of operation . dire
ct and indirect methods solar energy

storage , sensible heat and latent heat
st
orage materials Solar ponds,
Bio energy, biogas plants and their operation , biomass and its
conversion roots to

gaseous and liquid fuels ,wind energy , its potential
and genera
tion by wind mills.

Unit III

Hydroelectric potential, its utilization & production, Geothermal energy its potential

Status and production, Nuclear energy: Status, nuclear raw materials, nuclear reactors

And other classification, Generation of Nuclear power
, Nuclear installations in India and

Their capacity of generation, Limitations of nuclear energy, Reprocessing of spent nuclear

Fuel, Cogeneration of fuel and power, Energy from tidal and ocean thermal sources,

MHD systems.

Unit IV

Fossil and Processed Fue
l

Coal its origin and formation, Coal analysis, Coal classification, Coal preparation, Coal

washing and coal blending, Coal carbonization, Treatment of coal gas and recovery of

chemical from coal tar, Coal gasification, liquid fu
el synthesis from coal, CBM
.

Unit V

Petroleum crude, Types of crude, emergence of petroleum products as energy, Gaseous

Fuels: Natural gas, Water gas, producer gas, L.P.G., bio
-

gas, coke oven gas, blast

Furnace gas, LNG ,CNG,Gas hydrates ,GTL Technology

(gas to liquid), Bio diesel
.



Text Books

1. Brame J.S.S. and King J.G., Edward Arnold “Fuel Solid, Liquid and Gases” Edward

Arnold (1967).

2. Sukhatme S.P, "Solar Energy
-

Principles of Thermal Collection and Storage",2nd Ed.,

Tata McGraw
-

Hill.,(1996).


CH 701 PR
OCESS MODELLING A
ND SIMULATION
(3:1:0)



Unit I

Introduction to mathematical modeling; Advantages and limitations of models and

applications of process
models of stand
-
alone unit operations and unit processes;

Class
ification of models
Simple vs. rigorous, Lumped
parameter

vs. distributed

param
eter; Steady state vs. dynamic,
Transport phenomena based vs. Statistical;
Concept

of

degree of freedom analysis.


Unit II

Simple examples of process models; Models giving rise to nonlinear algebraic equation

(NAE) systems,
-

steady
state models of flash vessels, equilibrium staged processes

distillation columns,
absorbers, strippers, CSTR, heat
exchangers, etc.; Review of

solution procedures and available n
umerical software libraries.


Unit III

Steady state models giving rise to dif
ferential algebraic equation (DAE) systems; Rate

based approaches for
staged processes; Modeling of differential contactors


distributed

parameter models of packed beds; Packed bed
reactors; Modeling of reactive separation

processes; Review of solution st
rategies for Differential Algebraic
Equations (DAEs),

Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), and available n
umerical software libraries.



Unit IV

Unsteady state (time dependent) models and their applications; Simple dynamic models

of Batch reactors,
Adso
rption columns, Multistage separation systems; Model reduction

through orthogonal collocation; Review of
solution techniques and available numerical

software libraries.



Unit V

Introduction to flow sheet simulation; Sequential modular approach; Equation
oriented approach; artitioning and
tearing; Recycle convergence methods; Review of thermodynamic procedures and p
hysical property data banks.




Text Books

1.

Luyben W.L., “Process Modeling, Simulation, and Control for Chemical Engineering”, Wiley.

2.

M.M. Denn
, “Process Modelling”, Wiley, New York, (1990).

3.

Hussain Asghar, “Chemical Process Simulation”, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, (1986)

4.

C.D. Holland and A.I. Liapis, “Computer Methods for Solving Dynamic Separation Problems”, McGraw
Hill, (1983).

5.

C.D. Holland
, “Fundamentals of Modelling Separation Processes”, Prentice Hall, (1975)

6.

S.M. Walas, “Modelling with Differential Equations in Chemical Engineering”, Butterworth, (1991)




CH 702
MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY

(3:1:0)





Unit I

Introduction:
Introduction to materi
al science, Classification of engineering materials, Levels of

Structure, Structure
-
Property relationship in materials.

Crystal Geometry and Structure Determination:
Geometry of crystals
-

the Bravais lattices, Crystal

directions
and Planes
-

Miller indices,

Structure determination
-
X


ray diffraction
-

Braggs Law, the power

method.


Unit II

Atomic Structure, Chemical Bonding And Structure Of Solids:
Structure of atom, Periodic table,

Crystal Imperfections:
Point Imperfections, Line imperfections
-

edge and scr
ew dislocations, Surface

imperfections.


Unit III

Phase Diagram And Phase Transformations:
Phase rule, Single component systems, Binary Phase

Diagrams,
Lever rule, Typical Phase diagrams for Magnesia
-
Alumina, Copper
-
Zinc, Iron
-
carbon system,

Nucleation and

growth, Solidification, Allotropic transformation, Cooling curves for pure iron, Iron
-
carbon

equilibrium diagram,
Isothermal transformations (TTT curves).

Deformation Of Materials
-

Fracture:
Elastic deformation, Plastic deformation, Creep, Visco
-
elastic

d
eformation, Different types of fracture.


Unit IV

Heat Treatment:
Annealing, Normalizing, Hardening, Martempering, Austempering, Hardenability,

Quenching, Tempering, Carburising, Cyaniding, Nitriding, Flame hardening.

Corrosion And Prevention:
Direct Corro
sion, electro
-
chemical corrosion, Galvanic cells, High

temperature corrosion, Passivity, factor influencing corrosion rate, Control and of corrosion
-
modification

of
corrosive environment, Inhibitors, Cathodic protection, protective coatings. Corrosion char
ts.


Unit V

Typical Engineering Materials:
Ferrous metals, Non ferrous metals and alloys
-

Aluminum and its alloys,

Copper and its alloys, Lead and its alloys, Tin, Zinc and its alloys, Alloys for high temperature service,

Ceramic
materials
-

Structure of ce
ramic, Polymorphism, mechanical, electrical and thermal properties of

ceramic phase.
Smart materials, biomaterials, nanomaterials.




Books:

1. “Material Science and Processes” Hajra Choudhary S. K., Indian Book Distributing Co., 1982.

2. “Material Science

and Engineering
-

A First Course”, Raghavan V., 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall



of

India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1996.

3. William D Callister, Material Science

4.
“Elements of Materials Science”, Van Vlack, H.L., 2nd Edition, Addision
-
Wesly Publishing




Company, NY, 1964.









CH 703
PLANT DESIGN AND PROJECT ENGINEERING
(3:1:0)



Unit I

Basic considerations in Chemical Engineering Piant Design. Project identification, preliminary teachno
-
economic feasibility. Process design aspects
-
process selection
, factors affecting. Importance of laboratory
development, pilot plant, scale
-
up methods, safety factor's, flow diagrams.

Unit II

Selection of process equipments
-
standard Vs special equipments, selectio
n Criteria, specification sheet,
Process
auxiliaries
-

piping design, layout, process control and instrumentation
,
Process utilities
-
process water, boiierfeea
water, wasts treatment & disposal, Oil heating system, chilling plant., compressed air v accum.

Unit III

Interest
-
types & calculations.Cost estimatio
n
-
factors involved in project cost estimation, total capital
investment, fixed capital and working capital, Methods if estimation of investment. Cost index and scaling for
equipment cost. Estimation of total product cost
-
factors involved.


Unit I
V

Depreci
ation
-
types & methods of determination. Profitability
-

alternative investment and replacement methods,
practical factors in alternative & replacement investment.

Unit V

Inventory control, scheduling a project using CPM/PERT. Project management.


Optimum
conditions
-
optimum
production rates in plant operations, optimum conditions in cyclic operations. Design reports. Plant location and
layout principles, factors affecting, use of scale methods, case studies.

BOOKS

1)

Plant design and Economics for Chemical En
gineers
-

Max S.Peters S.KIausD.Timmerhaus, Fourth
Edition, McGraw Hill (1991).

2)

Chemical Engineering Plant Design
-

F.C.Vibrandt & C.E.Dryden, MuGraw Hill (1954) Note :
Industrial visits and case studies are expected.

ELECTIVE
-
I





ADVANCE SEPARATION P
ROCESS
(3:1:0)




Multicomponent distillation


Bubble point and dew point calculations, Lewis and Matheson
calculation, Method of Thiele and Geddes; Azeotropic distillation; Extractive distillation; Molecular
distillation; Reactive distillation

Classificat
ion of membrane processes; Liquid permeation membrane processes or dialysis


Series
resistance in membrane processes, Dialysis processes, Types of equipment for dialysis; Gas permeation
membrane processes


Types of membranes and permeability for separati
on of gases, Types of
equipment for gas permeation membrane processes (flat membranes, spiral
-
wound membranes, hollow
-
fibre membranes); Types of flow in gas permeation; Complete
-
mixing model, cross
-
flow model and
countercurrent flow model for gas separatio
n by membranes; Effect of processing variables on gas
separation by membranes

Reverse osmosis membrane processes


Osmotic pressure of solution, flux equation, Types of
equipment and Complete mixing model; Effect of operating variables; Concentration polar
ization;
Permeability constants

Ultra
-
filtration membrane processes


Types of equipment, flux equation, effects of processing
variables

Supercritical fluid extraction


Supercritical fluids, Phase equilibria, Industrial applications; Important
supercritic
al processes


Decaffination of coffee, Extraction of oil from seeds, Residuum oil
supercritical extraction (ROSE), Supercritical fluid chromatography, Supercritical fluid reactions etc.


Books:

1. C.J.Geankoplis, Transport Processes and Unit Operations, P
rentice
-
Hall of India Pvt.



Ltd., New Delhi (2000).

2. T.K.Sherwood, R.L.Pigford and C.R.Wilke, Mass Transfer, McGraw
-
Hill, New York



(1975).

3. R.E.Treybal, Mass
-
Transfer Operations, McGraw
-
Hill, New York (1980).



PROCESS INTEGRATION
(3:1:0)



Process Integration and its Building Blocks: Definition of Process Integration (PI),

School of thoughts, Areas of application and Techniques available for PI, Onion diagram.

Pinch Technology


An Overview: Introduction, Basic concept, How it is different

than

energy auditing, Role of thermodynamic laws, Problem addressed by Pinch technology.

Key Steps of Pinch Technology: Data extraction, Targeting, Designing, Optimization
-

Super

targeting
.Basic Elements of Pinch Technology: Grid diagram, Composite curve
, Problem table

algorithm, Grand composite
curve. Targeting

of Heat Exchanger Network (HEN): Energy targeting,
Area targeting,
Number of

units targeting, Shell targeting, cost targeting.

Designing of HEN: Pinch design methods, Heuristic rules, Stream split
ting, Design of

maximum energy recovery (MER), Design of multiple utilities and pinches, Design for

threshold problem, Loops and
Paths. Heat

Integration of Equipments: Heat engine, Heat pump,
Distillation column,
Reactor, Evaporator
, Drier, Refrigeration s
ystems.

Heat and Power Integration: Co
-
generation, Steam turbine, Gas turbine.


BOOKS


V. Uday Sheno, Heat Exchanger network synthesis, Gulf Publishing Co, USA, 1995

James M. Douglas Conceptual Design of Chemical Process, McGraw Hill, New York,

1988.

Linnh
off, B. Townsend D.W., Boland D., Hewitt G.F., Thomas, B.E.A., Guy, A.R. and

Marsland, R.H., “A User’s guide on process integration for the efficient use of energy”,

Inst. Of Chemical Engineers, London (1982).

Smith, R., “Chemical Process Design”, McGraw H
ill (1995).






INTERFACE AND SURFACE SCIENCES

(3:1:0)




General introduction of colloids, interfaces, surfactants, and micellization. Intermolecular

forces, Van der Waals forces, Brownian motion and Brownian flocculation, Surface and

interfacial tension

and surface free energy, Surface tension for curved interfaces, Surface

excess and Gibbs equation, Thermodynamics of interfaces, Thermodynamics of micelle

formation, Electrical phenomena at interfaces(Electrokinetic phenomena, Electrical

double layer), Co
lloidal systems and colloidal stability, Emulsion and micro
-
emulsion.

Application : General applications, Enhanced petroleum recovery, Novel fabrication of

nanostructured particles, Engineering surfaces and interfaces, Self
-
assembled &

nanostructured biomi
metic interfaces. Measurement techniques of surface tension,

zetapotential, particle size.


BOOKS


Hiemenz, P. C. and Rajagopalan, R., Principles of Colloid and Surface Chemistry, 3rd

Edition, Marcel Dekker, N.Y., 1997.

M. J. Rosen, Surfactants and Interfa
cial Phenomena, Wiley
-
Interscience Publication,

New York, 1978.










EIGHTH SEMESTER





ELECTIVE
-
II


1.HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS
(3:1:0)

Basic Data and Principles of Design, Interpretation of Data from Laboratory Batch, CSTR & Tubular Flow
Reactors, Dif
ferential Reactor, Accuracy of Kinetic measurements, Thermodynamic Aspects of Chemical
Reactions, Catalyst Preparation Methods, Common Operations used During Catalyst Preparation and their
Significant Variables, Catalyst Characterization, Mechanism of Cat
alytic Reactions, Various Resistances in
Multiphase Reactions stablishing Global Rates in Various Situations, Design of Real Reactors Considering
Actual Concentration and Temperature Profile




2.
ADVANCED PROCESS CONTROL
(3:1:0)



Complex control system
: Multiple loop control systems; Cascade control; Ratio control;

Feed forward
control, Multivariable

process control: Design of controllers for interactions, Loop
interaction,
Decoupling

of interacting
loops. Tuning

of feed back controllers

Quarter Decay

Ratio Response, Minimum
error Integral

Criterion, IAE, ISE, ITAE, ITSE
,
Design strategies for common industrial processes such
distillation, heat exchangers,etc.Batch Process: Introduction to advanced control strategies, use of
microprocessors
in process

c
ontrol.

BOOKS :

1. Industrial Instrumentation, Eckman. D.P,Wiley Eastern Ltd.

2. Process Instrumentation and Controls Handbook, Considine,D.N., McGraw Hill.

3. Process System Analysis and Control, Coughanowr, D.R. and Koppel, L.B.,McGraw Hill.

4. Chemical
Process Control
-

An introduction theory and practice, Stephanopolous, G.,


Prentice Hall of India.

5. Principals and Practice of Automatic Process Control, Carlos A. Smith and Armando B.


Corripio, John Willy & Sons, 2nd Ed.




3.MOLECULAR SIMULATI
ON
(3:1:0)



Introduction, ensembles, Fluctuations, Boltzmann statistics Gases, classical statistical mechanics, distribution
functions. Imperfect gases, perturbation theories of liquids Monte Carlo methods, sampling, Markov chains,
Monte Carlo simulation,

Molecular dynamics, ensemble averaging, error estimation, periodic boundaries

Equilibrium molecular dynamics simulations of continuous potentials, integration algorithms Modeling of
molecules, including hard potentials, soft potentials, and multiatomic mo
dels, Free energy calculations


Phase equilibrium calculations, Advanced molecular dynamic methods, Complex Fluids and biased
-
sampling
techniques Introduction to commercial simulation software


BOOKS:

1.

Understanding Molecular Simulation by Frenkel and Smit,

Academic Press, SanDiego, CA, 1996.

2.

Statistical Mechanics by D. A. McQuarrie, Harper and Row, 1976.

3.

Computer Simulation of Liquids by Allen and Tildesley, Oxford University Press, 1987.

4.

The Theory of Simple Fluids by Hansen and McDonald, Academic Press, 2
nd edition, 1986.

5.

The Theory of Molecular Fluids by Gray and Gubbins, Oxford University Press, 1985

6.


ELECTIVE
-
III


1.NANOTECHNOLOGY

(3:1:0)


Introduction to Nanotechnology


History

of nano
-
revolution, nano scale materialsand their applications, Carbon
nan
o tubes, organic and inorganic nano structures.Future of the
nanotechnology. Materials

used in
Nanotechnology


An overview of the physical (
mechanical, electrical
) and chemical properties of different
classes of solid materials such asmetals, semiconducto
rs, insulators and polymers. Examples of size effects
of
properties

observed in thin films, colloids and nanocrystals.Conventional Fabrication Techniques


Top down

and bottom up
process, techniques

used in conventional
micro fabrication

including thin fil
m deposition
(e.g.CVD, PVD(, lithography, chemical etching and electrodeposition.Analytical Techniques


Analytical
techniques such as Electron
Microscopy, Electron

and X
-
ray Diffraction, Ellipsometry, Photoelectron, Optical
and
Ion spectroscopy

and Probe
Microscopy. Applications



Examples of applications in Micro and Nano
technology
including, Micro

fluidics, Micro Electron Mechanical Systems (MEMS) membrane
technology, and

catalyst

and coatings

BOOKS
:

1. M. Wilson, K. K. G. Smith, M. Simmons and B, Ragus
e; Nanotechnology, Chapman

& Hall/CRC press 2002

2. M. Meyyappan; Carbon Nanotubes, Science and application; CRC Press, 2005

3. Alexei Nabok; Organic and Inorganic Nanostructures; Publisher Artech House,

London, 2005

4. H. Watarai, N. Teramae and T Sawada;

Interfacial Nanochemistry; Kluwer



2.STANDARDIZATION IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
(3:1:0)



Utility of standard, Standards for material consumption, Standards for equipment, Standards for manual
work, Standards for financial returns, Qualitative standards.

App
roach to standardization, Objective of the system, Idealized model for national standard system,
case studies of national standards systems. Objective of Inspection and Quality Control, Function of
inspection, Elements of quality, Objective of statistical
quality control, Function of statistical quality
control, Control charts, Concept of sampling, Concept of zero defects, Study of different standards
followed by the chemical industry, Role of technology transfer in standardization; Modern trends in
standar
dization.




BOOKS


1.

Ali Mansoor & Dalela S.,
“A text Book of Industrial Engineering”. 2
nd

Ed., Standard Publishers,
Delhi (1972) pp. 264
-

334 Phone: 011


23285798: Agrawal & Co. Phone 011


23916376.




3.INDUSTRIAL SAFETY & HAZARD MANAGEMENT
(3:1:0
)





Unit I

Industrial safety, Industrial hygiene and safety aspects related to toxicity, noise, pressure, temperature,

vibrations, radiation etc. Explosions including dust , vap
or, cloud and mist explosion.

Unit II

Elements of safety, safety aspects rela
ted to site, plant layout, process development and design stages,

identification of hazards and its estimation, risk, risk analysis and assessment methods; fault free
method,

event free method, scope of risk assessment, controlling toxic chemica
ls and flam
mable materials.

Unit III

Toxic substances and degree of toxicity, its estimation, their entry routes into human system, their
doses and

responses, control techniques for toxic substances exposure, use of resp
irators, ventilation
systems.

Unit IV

Preventio
n of losses, pressure relief, provision for fire fighting, release of hazardous materials from
tanks,

pipes through holes and cracks , relief systems : ty
pes and location of relief’s.

Unit V

Handling, transportation and storage of of flammable liquids, ga
ses, and toxic materials and wastes,
regulation

and legislation, government role, risk management routines, emergency preparedness,
dis
a
ster planning and

management.



BOOKS:

1. H. H. Tawcatt & W S Wood, Safety and Accident Prevention in Chemical Operati
ons.


2. R. V. Betrabet and T. P. S. Rajan in CHEMTECH
-
I, Safety in Chemical Industry, Chemical Engineering


3. Wells, Safety in Process Plant Design.

4. Less, P. Frank, Loss Prevention in Process Industries.

5. J. Lolb & S. Roy Sterm, Product Sa
fety and Liability.








CH 801 ENERGY RESOURCES AND MANAGEMENT
(3:1:0)



UNIT 1


Renewable energy sources. Prospects of Renewable energy sources; Solar energy fundamentals and application;
Geothermal energy: Introduction, Utilization of Geothermal energ
y, Geothermal energy resources, geothermal
gradient, Different types of Geothermal Electric power plant and their operations for Geothermal Energy
systems in India;

UNIT II

Wind energy: Fundamentals and application, Basic principles of Wind Energy Convers
ion, Wind Energy
conversion system, Performance of wind machines, Electric generation for wind; Biomass Energy Resources:
Introduction, Biomass Conversion Process. Biogas from plant wastes, communities bio
-
gas plants. Biochemical
conversion, Fermentation,
liquid fuels for biomass; Urban Waste: A source of Energy. Urban solid waste, waste
incineration process. Environmental consideration, Fluidized bed combustion boilers for burning solid waste and
fossil fuels; Energy from the oceans:


UNIT III

Introduction

Ocean Energy conversion Technologies. Types of Ocean Thermal Electric Power Generation
system and their operation. Tidal power plant; Hydro Energy: Introduction, types hyd ro
-
electric plants and
energy conversion scheme, Impulse turbine and Reaction turbi
ne.

UNIT IV


Solid fuels: Coal origin, Chemical composition, Calorific value, Classifications, Characteristics and
Distribution of Indian coals, Storage and spontaneous combustion of coal, Coal washing and blending,
Petographic constituents of coal, Car
bonization of coal, Manufacture and properties of metallurgical coke,
Recovery of byproducts;

Liquid fuels: Origin and composition of crude oil, Crude oil distillation and it

s products with special reference
to gasoline, kerosene and diesel oil, Cracking and reforming, Coal tar distillation products, Shale oil; Testing of
oils, viscosity, flash point, pour point, aniline point, carbon residue, Diesel index, octane and cetane
number
,moisture content.

UNIT V

Gaseous fuels: Natural gas, Coal gas, Coke oven and blast furnace gas, Manufacture of water gas and producer
gas, Carbureted water gas; Synthetic fuels: Hydrogenation of coal, Fischer


Tropsch synthesis; Introduction to
nu
clear fuels and nuclear reactors, fuels, Moderators and structural materials, Combustion: Combustion of solid
fuels, Pulverized coal, Calculation of volumes and weights of air necessary for combustion of fuels, Gas
analysis.


Books:

1.

S. Rao and Dr.
B.B. Parulekar, Energy Technology, Non convential, Renewable and
Conventional, Khanna Publishers.

2.

G.D. Rai, Non
-
conventional Energy Sources, Khanna Publishers.

3.

S. Sarkar, Fuels and Combustion. Sangam books Ltd (Imported)

4.

Himus, Elements of Fuel technolo
gy.

5.

J. Brame and King, Fuels: Solid, liquid and gaseous fuels, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2007
.

6.

O. P. Gupta, Elements of Fuels, Furnaces and Refractories.



CH 851 ENERGY LAB & ENVIRONMENTAL LAB

(0:0:3)


1.

1 Determination of composting of the supplied sample of Coal by Proximate Analysis.

3.

Determination of Caking Index of the supplied sample of Coal by Grey


campredon method.

4.

To determine the washability characteristics of the supplied sample of Coal using

Float and Sink
test.

5.

To find the effect of temperature on viscosity of the supplied samples of liquid fuel using Red wood
viscometer.

6.

To find the effect of temperature on viscosity of the supplied samples of lubricating oil using
Engler

s viscometer.

7.

To find the Flash and Fire point of the supplied samples of liquid fuel using

(i.)

Penslery Martein closed cup apparatus

(ii.)

Abel open cup apparatus.

8.

To find the Aniline point of the supplied samples of liquid fuels using Aniline point apparatus
and
hence find out the Diesel Index Number of the Diesel oil.

9.

To find the Carbon Residue of the supplied sample of lubricating oil / oil mixture using Conradson
apparatus.

10.

To find the moisture content of the supplied samples of liquid fuel / Crude oil us
ing Dean and Stark
apparatus.

11.

To find the Pour point and Solidfication point of the supplied samples of liquid fuels.

12.

To find the Calorific value of LPG using

(i.)

Boy.s Gas calorimeter

(ii.)

Junker

s Gas calorimeter.

13.

To find the composition of the gas using Gas Chromatograph and hence determine the percent of
excess air used for combustion of the fuel used.

14.

To determine the ultimate analysis of the supplied sample of coal and hence find the theore
tical
GCU of given coal.

15.

To determine the Swelling Index of the supplied sample of coal and ascertain the agglomerating
characteristics of the coal sample.

16.

To determine the Gross calorific value of the supplied sample of coal using Bomb Calorimeter (on
a
sh free basis).

17.

To determine the Smoke Point of kerosene oil using Smoke Point Apparatus