EN8302-BASICS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Syllabus 2017 Regulation

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EN8302-BASICS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Syllabus 2017 Regulation

EN8302-            BASICS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Syllabus 2017 Regulation

EN8302                            BASICS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING                      L T P C
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OBJECTIVE:

  • To prepare the students to solve material and energy balances, kinetics and chemical transformations on environmental process.

UNIT I INTRODUCTION                                                   9

System of Units – Chemical process data representation and analysis – Mass-Volume- Flow rate- Chemical composition- Gas law –Vapour Pressure and Temperature – Material balance in reactor system and processes – Application to single phase and multiphase systems-Energy balance – Forms and laws of thermodynamics – Energy balance in closed, open system and nonreactive, reactive processes.

UNIT II PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORT PROCESSES   9

Mass transfer and diffusion- Diffusion in gases, liquids, solids, biological solutions, gels – Mass transfer coefficient calculation – Diffusion of gases in porous solids and capillaries. Heat transfer – Mechanism –Conduction-Radiation heat transfer-Heat transfer in non-Newtonian fluids – Specific heat transfer co-efficient-Momentum transfer – Flow measurements –Pumps and gas moving equipment’s and requirements- Agitation and mixing of fluids – Boundary layer flow and turbulence – Dimensional analysis.

UNIT III CHEMICAL KINETICS AND TRANSFORMATIONS                                                      9

Chemical reactions and equilibrium – Rate expression in reversible reactions- Effect of temperature on chemical reactions – Activation energy- Reaction of chemical species in the excited states – Application to photochemical and advanced oxidation processes – Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis – Catalysis by transition metals and complexes – Enzyme catalysis- Adsorption and surface reactions – Reactions in electrode surface- – Electro chemical kinetics.

UNIT IV BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING                         9

Cell growth in batch and continuous system -Growth kinetics , Biomass and product yields –Material balance in a chemostat and fed batch culture – Enzyme reaction kinetics- Mechanism of single enzyme with dual substrate – Substrate and product inhibitions analysis – Non-competitive inhibition rate model – Reaction mechanism with competitive inhibition- Mixing and measurement of gases – aeriation , agitation and mixing phenomena –Types of agitator – Dissolved oxygen – Oxygen transfer rate – Respiration quotients- Effect of agitation on dissolved oxygen – Air sparer- Biofilms –Biofilm kinetics .

UNIT V ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES AND REACTORS                                                                      9

Batch and Continuous reactors –CSTR, Plug flow tubular reactor and fluidized bed reactor – comparison between batch, CSTR, PFTR- Semi-batch reactors- Autocatalytic reactors –-
Membrane reactors- Trickling bed reactors – Air lift pressure cycle bioreactor – Loop bioreactor- Types of separation process and methods – Gas-liquid separation- vapour separation-Liquid-liquid and fluid-solid separation- Membrane separation – Mechanical-Physical separation- Evaporation and Drying process.

                                                                                                     TOTAL : 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES:

  • Will have a basic understanding of thermodynamics and basic chemical engineering.
  • Basic ability to gain knowledge on heat and mass transfer.
  • An understanding on the chemical reactions and Advanced oxidation processes.
  • an insight in to the various biochemical processes.
  • Will get a basic knowledge of reactor’s model and its applications.

TEXTBOOKS:

1. Scott Fogler, H., “Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering. Prentice- Hall of India, New Delhi, 2009.
2. Treybal ,R.E., Mass- Transfer operations,McGraw Hill ,2012
3. Bailey, J and Ollis D.F, Biochemical Engineering Fundamanetals, McGraw Hill, 1986.
4. McCabe, W. and Smith J.C, Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering, McGraw Hill, 2014.

REFERENCES:

1. Levenspiel, O., Chemical Reaction Engineering, Wiley, 2006.
2. Bird, R.B., Transport Phenomena, Wiley 2006.
3. Green W.D and Perry R.H., Perry’s Chemical Engineer’s Handbook, McGraw Hill, 2007.
4. GeabKoplis, C.J., Transport Processes and Separation Process Principles, Prentice Hall 2003.
5. Cussler, E.L, “Diffusion: Mass Transfer In Fluid Systems, “Cambridge University press, 1994

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