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M Tech in Chemical Subject Code Subject Title Semester-I CM1001 Advanced Numerical Methods CM1002 Advanced Thermodynamics CM1003 Advanced Reaction Engineering CM1004 Petrochemicals Engineering Elective-I CMP001 Petro Products Testing Lab Semester -II Subject Code Subject Title Max Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 Max Credits 6 6 6 6 6 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 6 6 6 6 6 3 Max Marks Max Credits

CM2001 Advanced Separation Process CM2002 Solvent Extraction CM2003 Advanced Transport Concepts Elective-II Elective-III CMP002 Instrumental Methods of Analysis Lab

III Semester Subject Code CM3001 CM3002 CM3003 Subject Title Advanced Process Control Process Modelling and Simulation Chemical Process Design Elective-IV Elective-V CMP003 Project Phase-I Max Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 Max Credits 6 6 6 6 6 3

IV Semester Subject Code CM4001 Subject Title Catalyst Design and Application Elective-VI CMP004 Project Phase-II Max Marks 100 100 400 Max Credits 6 6 12

Total Marks = 2400 Total Credits = 123

List of Electives Subject Code Subject Title CME001 CME002 CME003 CME004 CME005 CME006 CME007 CME008 CME009 CME010 CME011 CME012 Petroleum Refinery Engineering Environmental Engineering Energy Management Natural Gas Engineering Multiphase Flow Risk Analysis and Management Computational Fluid Dynamics Project Engineering and Process Plant Fluidization Engineering Total Quality Management Safety and Hazard Control Polymer Technology .

Jain.. Elliptic equations Unit 3: Point iterative methods. Systems of nonlinear equations Unit 3: Successive approximation method. New Age Publishers . New Age Publishers 2. M. solution of stiff ODEs Unit 4: ODE-IVPs coupled with algebraic equations BLOCK 3 ordinary Differential Equations-BVPS Unit 1: Finite difference method Unit 2: Orthogonal collocation method Unit 3: Orthogonal collocation with finite element method Unit 4: Galerkin finite element method.SEMESTER :I Subject Code : CM1001 Subject Title : Advanced Numerical Methods Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Algebraic Equation Unit 1: Systems of linear equations – Jacobi. M.. SOR methods Unit 2: Thomas algorithm for tridiagonal systems. methods for improved convergence Unit 4: Successive approximation method.K. Iyengar. shooting technique BLOCK 4 Partial Differential Equations-FDM Unit 1: Parabolic equations – Different explicit and implicit methods Unit 2: Alternating direction explicit and implicit methods. R. B. line iterative methods. K. S. S. K. Gupta. ADI methods Unit 4: First order hyperbolic equations – method of characteristics BLOCK 5 Partial Differential Equations-FEM Unit 1: Partial differential equations Unit 2: Finite element method Unit 3: Orthogonal collocation method Unit 4: Orthogonal collocation with finite element method Books: 1. Numerical Methods for Engineers. Kanchi. Jain. Computational Methods for Partial Differential Equations. Gauss Seidel. methods for improved convergence BLOCK 2 ordinary Differential Equations-IVPS Unit 1: Runge Kutta Methods Unit 2: Step size control and estimates of error Unit 3: Numerical stability. R.

Ideal and Non-ideal solutions Unit 3: Gibbs-Duhem equation.Prausnitz. J.V. high pressure VLE Unit 4: Other phase equilibriums. corresponding states Unit 2: Henry’s Law.. UNIFAC method BLOCK 4 Phase Equilibrium Unit 1: VLE .G..M... New Jersey . W. 3rd Edn. E. Y. and Azevedo. Hyderabad 3. single component phase diagrams Unit 4: Thermodynamic properties from volumetric and thermal data BLOCK 3 Multicomponent Mixtures Unit 1: Partial molar properties. Rao. Thermodynamics and Its Applications.M. Prentice Hall.. equilibrium criteria Unit 4: Legendre Transformation and Maxwell’s relations BLOCK 2 Stability and Phase Transition Unit 1: Stability of thermodynamic systems Unit 2: First order phase transitions and critical phenomenon Unit 3: Phase rule. New Jersey 2.C. Wilson. 3rd Edn. Model.SLE/LLE/VLLE BLOCK 5 Chemical Equilibrium Unit 1: Introduction to Chemical Equilibrium Unit 2: Homogeneous gas and liquid phase reactions Unit 3: Heterogeneous reactions Unit 4: Phase and chemical equilibrium Books: 1. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics.SEMESTER :I Subject Code : CM1002 Subject Title : Advanced Thermodynamics Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Basic Concept Unit 1: Energy and first Law Unit 2: Reversibility and second Law Unit 3: Review of Basic Postulates. and M. fugacities in gas and liquid mixtures Unit 2: Activity coefficients. J.Tester. Lichtenthaler R. Molecular thermodynamics of fluid-phase Equilibria. University Press. NRTL Unit 4: UNIQUAC equations. Prentice Hall Inc.Equations of state. lattice theory Unit 3: Criticality.

B.Froment. 2nd Edition. John Wiley & Sons. “Chemical Reactor Design and Analysis”. rate controlling steps Unit 2: Langmuir-Hinshelwood model. Rideal-Eiley mechanism Unit 3: Steady state approximation. New York . “Chemical and Catalytic Reaction Engineering”.. K. and Bischoff. noncatalytic fluid-solid reactions Unit 4: Shrinking and unreacted core model BLOCK 2 External Diffusion Effects in Heterogeneous Reactions Unit 1: Introduction to heterogeneous Unit 2: Mass and heat transfer coefficients in packed beds Unit 3: Quantitative treatment of external transport effects Unit 4: Modelling diffusion with and without reaction BLOCK 3 Internal Transport Process in Porous Catalysts Unit 1: Interpellet mass Unit 2: Heat transfer Unit 3: Evaluation of effectiveness factor Unit 4: Mass and heat transfer with reaction.SEMESTER :I Subject Code : CM1003 Subject Title : Advanced Reaction Engineering Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Kinetics of Heterogeneous Reactions Unit 1: Catalytic reactions. evaluation of reaction kinetics for heterogeneous systems BLOCK 5 Reactor Models Unit 1: Two-phase fluidized bed model Unit 2: Slurry reactor model Unit 3: Trickle bed reactor model Unit 4: Case studies Books: 1. Dover Publications 2. J. Carberry. F. BLOCK 4 Analysis and Design of Heterogeneous Reactors Unit 1: Introduction to Reactors Unit 2: Isothermal and adiabatic fixed bed reactors Unit 3: Non-isothermal and non-adiabatic fixed bed reactors Unit 4: Determination. G.. J.

Addison Wesley Publishing Company . PVC Unit 3: Polypropylene.SEMESTER :I Subject Code : CM1004 Subject Title : Petrochemicals Engineering Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Petrochemicals Unit 1: Overview of petrochemical Unit 2: Overview of petrochemical industrial Growth in India Unit 3: Economics in Petrochemicals Unit 4: Feedstock Selection for Petrochemicals BLOCK 2 Accessories in Petrochemicals-I Unit 1: Steam reforming. Polyacrylonitrile Unit 4: Polycarbonates. SAN. Manufacture and Technology. Noyes Data Corporation 2. Stevens P. Nitration Unit 3: Chlorination Unit 4: Sulphonation and Isomerization BLOCK 4 Chemicals Unit 1: Chemicals from synthesis gas Unit 2: Olefins Unit 3: Diolefins Unit 4: Acetylene and Aromatics BLOCK 5 Production Techniques Unit 1: Modes and techniques Unit 2: Production of Polyethylene.Sitting M. PET Books: 1. Trends in PetroChemical . SBR. Polymer Chemistry. Brownstein A.M. Polyurethane. Aromatics Hydrocarbons. Hydrogen Unit 2: Synthesis gas. cracking of gaseous and liquid for stocks Unit 3: Olefins. Nylon. Diolifins Unit 4: Acetylene and Aromatics and their separation BLOCK 3 Accessories in Petrochemicals-II Unit 1: Alkylation. Oxidation Unit 2: Dehydrogenation.. ABS.M. Petroleum Publishing Company 3.

Viscosity Determination 3. Bitumen testing 10. Carbon residue determination (Conradson apparatus) 11. Aniline point determination 4. Determination of calorific value 9.SEMESTER :I Subject Code : CMP001 Subject Title : Petro Products Testing Lab Structure of the Course Content List of Experiments 1. Corrosion testing of petroleum oil 16. Sulphur content determination 8. Moisture determination other than Karl-Fischer method . API gravity determination 5. Foaming characteristics of lube oil 14. Smoke point estimation 15. API distillation apparatus 17. Determination of aromatic content 6. Cloud point and pour point estimation 12. Determination of flash point 2. Cgealing point of wax 13. Hydrogen sulphide content determination 7.

King. tubular Unit 2: Spiral wound and hollow fibre membrane reactors and their relative merits Unit 3: Pilot plant and laboratory membrane pemeators involving dialysis Unit 4: Microfiltration and Donnan dialysis. economics of membrane operations BLOCK 3 Separations by Adsorption Techniques Unit 1: Mechanism. V. Ion Exchange chromatography and electrodialysis Unit 4: Commercial processes BLOCK 5 Special Techniques Unit 1: Separations involving lyophilization. Tata McGraw Hill Co. “Membrane Science and Technology”.SEMESTER : II Subject Code : CM2001 Subject Title : Advanced Separation Process Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 General Concept in Separation Process Unit 1: Recent advances in separation techniques based on size Unit 2: Surface properties. theory and equipment used in cross flow filtration Unit 4: Cross flow electrofiltration. addiuctive crystallization. dual functional filter BLOCK 2 Membrane Separations Unit 1: Types and choice of membranes. Marcel Dekker 2.Nakagawal. R.Rousseau. “Separation Processes”.. C.. J. affinity chromatography Unit 3: Types of equipment and commercial processes Unit 4: Recent advances and process economics BLOCK 4 Ionic Separations Unit 1: Controlling factors. Applications Unit 2: Types of equipment employed for electrophoresis Unit 3: Dielectrophoresis. pervaporation techniques for solids Unit 2: Liquids and gases. New York 3. types and choice of adsorbents Unit 2: Normal adsorption techniques. W. industrial viability and examples Unit 3: Zone melting. other separation processes Unit 4: Industrial effluent treatment by modern techniques Books: 1. “Handbook of Separation Process Technology”.. John Wiley. ionic properties and characteristics of substances Unit 3: Process concept. plate and frame. Ltd . O..

Axial mixing BLOCK 3 Dispersion and Coalescence in Extractors Unit 1: Characteristics of dispersion in single and multiple nozzle distributors Unit 2: Drop size and formation and coalescence Unit 3: Effect of drop oscillation. Baird.. Tata McGraw Hill. HETS. H. New York 2. C. Contour/prism diagrams Unit 3: Binary / Ternary prediction methods of activity coefficient Unit 4: Theory and Prediction of diffusivity in liquids BLOCK 2 Differential/Stage-Wise Equilibrium Contact Operations Unit 1: Equilibrium stage-wise contact. and Degaleesan. Critical solution temperature Unit 2: Tie line correlations. Wiley – International. C.. E. C.SEMESTER : II Subject Code : CM2002 Subject Title : Solvent Extraction Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Equilibrium in Liquid-Liquid System Unit 1: Binary and ternary liquid equilibria.. T. Tie-lines. Single and multiple contacts Unit 2: Calculation methods. ”Transport Phenomena in Liquid Extraction”. NETS. Laddha. Pergamon Press. G. pressure drop Unit 2: Correction of mass transfer data Unit 3: Axial mixing correction for column height Unit 4: Interfacial area estimations Books: 1. HTU. T. S. “Hand Book of Solvent Extraction”. “Recent Advances in Liquid Extraction”.. M. New Delhi 3.Hanson. Fractional extraction with reflux of raffinate Unit 3: Contact. I. wobbling and Internal circulation Unit 4: Prediction of drop size and characteristics velocity in spray BLOCK 4 Design of Liquid Extraction Columns-I Unit 1: Design of extractor height and diameter Unit 2: Prediction of flow capacities in terms of flooding rates. and Lo. Unit 3: Regime of operating envelops Unit 4: Hydrodynamic design variables such as hold up BLOCK 5 Design of Liquid Extraction Columns-II Unit 1: Characteristic velocities. Hanson. NTU concepts Unit 4: Mass transfer efficiency. London .

Forces acting on stagnant and moving solids.Welty. S.. N. C.SEMESTER : II Subject Code : CM2003 Subject Title : Advanced Transport Concepts Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Basic Concept of Transport Properties Unit 1: Phenomenological Equations and Transport properties Unit 2: Rheological behaviour of fluids Unit 3: Balance Equations Unit 4: Differential and Integral equations BLOCK 2 Applications of Differential Equations of Change Unit 1: Applications in laminar transport in compressible fluids Unit 2: Applications in Turbulent transport in compressible fluids Unit 3: Applications in laminar and turbulent transport in incompressible fluids Unit 4: Boundary layer theory BLOCK 3 Applications of Integral Equations of Change Unit 1: Macroscopic balance for isothemal and nonisothermal systems Unit 2: Macroscopic balance for isothemal systems and their applications Unit 3: Macroscopic balance for nonisothemal systems and their applications Unit 4: Heat and Mass transport problems BLOCK 4 Interphase and Multiphase momentum Transfer Unit 1: Friction factor. 2nd Edn.Bird R.. 5th Edn. R. “Transport Phenomena”.B. and Hershey. E. Forced convection in tubes Unit 2: Around submerged objects. E. BLOCK 5 Interphase Transport in Non-isothermal Unit 1: Heat Transfer coefficient. “Fundamentals of Momentum.... Heat Mass Transfer”. E. Stewart. Brodkey Publishing 2. E. Brodkey. and Wilson. R.R. H. and Lightfoot.. Heat Transfer by free convection Unit 3: Film type and dropwise condensation and equations for heat transfer Unit 4: Heat transfer in boiling liquids Books: 1. Fluid –Fluid systems Unit 2: Flow patterns in vertical and horizontal pipes Unit 3: Formulation of bubbles and drops and their size distribution Unit 4: Solid – fluid systems.. Wicks. C. John Wiley and Sons 3. J. W. “Transport Phenomena – A Unified Approach”. John Wiley and Sons .

6.SEMESTER : II Subject Code : CMP002 Subject Title : Instrumental Methods of Analysis Lab Structure of the Course Content List of Experiments 1. UV-Visible spectrophotometer 2. Differential scanning calorimeter 9. Differential thermal analyzer . Gas chromatograph. High performance liquid chromatograph 5. Thermo gravimetric analyzer 8. Flame photometer 7. Infrared spectrophotometer 3. Atomic absorption spectrophotometer. 4.

simplified model predictive algorithm Books: 1. “Chemical Process Control”. cascade Unit 2: Dead time compensation Unit 3: Split range. G. Design. Process Control: Modelling. IMC algorithm. W. selective and override control Unit 4: Automatic tuning and gain scheduling BLOCK 2 Internal Model Control Unit 1: Model based control Unit 2: IMC structure Unit 3: Development and design Unit 4: IMC based PID control BLOCK 3 Multivariable Controls Unit 1: Control loop interaction – general pairing problem Unit 2: Relative gain array and application Unit 3: Sensitivity.Bequette.SEMESTER : III Subject Code : CM3001 Subject Title : Advanced Process Control Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Advanced Control Strategies Unit 1: Feed forward. Dahlin’s algorithms.. and Simulation. Prentice Hall of India. Dead – beat algorithm Unit 4: Ringing.. decoupling BLOCK 4 Discrete Systems Unit 1: Z – Transform and inverse Z Unit 2: Transform properties. B. Discrete – Time Response of dynamic system Unit 3: Pulse Transfer Function Unit 4: Closed Loop System Stability BLOCK 5 Digital Feedback Controllers Unit 1: Design of digital feedback controllers Unit 2: Digital approximation of classical Unit 3: Effect of sampling.Stephanopolous. Multivariable control – zeros and performance limitations Unit 4: Directional sensitivity and operability. New Delhi 2. Prentice Hall .

. John Wiley . plug flow reactor.Ramirez. single and network of process units Unit 2: Systems yielding linear and non-linear algebraic equations. gravity flow tank Unit 2: Jacketed stirred tank heater. boundary layer flow Unit 2: Conduction.. "Process Modelling Simulation and Control". simulation of closed loop systems BLOCK 4 Steady State Distributed Systems Unit 1: Analysis of compressible flow. reactors.. “Mathematical Modelling in Chemical Engineering“.. sedimentation.Luyben. 2nd Edn. flash and distillation column Unit 3: Solution of ODE initial value problems Unit 4: Matrix differential equations..SEMESTER : III Subject Code : CM3002 Subject Title : Process Modelling and Simulation Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Modelling and Simulation Unit 1: Introduction to Modelling and Simulation Unit 2: Classification of mathematical models Unit 3: Conservation equations and auxiliary relations Unit 4: Population balance and stochastic modelling BLOCK 2 Steady State Lumped Systems Unit 1: Degree of freedom analysis. R. heat exchanger Unit 2: Packed columns Unit 3: Plug flow reactor Unit 4: Solution of ODE boundary value problems BLOCK 5 Unsteady State Distributed Systems Unit 1: Analysis laminar flow in pipe. heat exchanger.Franks. heat transfer in packed bed. McGraw-Hill Book Co 2. Butterworths.L. hierarchy in model development Unit 4: Classification and solution of partial differential equations Books: 1. diffusion Unit 3: Packed bed adsorption. flowsheeting Unit 3: Sequential modular and equation oriented approach Unit 4: Solution of linear and non-linear algebraic equations BLOCK 3 Unsteady State Lumped Systems Unit 1: Analysis of liquid level tank. W. "Computational Methods in Process Simulation". W. E. G. New York 3.

“Conceptual Design of Chemical Process”. Smith.SEMESTER : III Subject Code : CM3003 Subject Title : Chemical Process Design Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Chemical Process Design Unit 1: Introduction to Chemical Process Design Unit 2: The Hierarchy of Chemical process Design Unit 3: Overall process Design Unit 4: Approaches to design BLOCK 2 Choices of Reactors and Separator Unit 1: Reaction path.Douglas. reactor performance Unit 2: Practical reactors Unit 3: Separation of Heterogeneous mixtures Unit 4: Homogeneous fluid mixtures BLOCK 3 Synthesis of Reaction-Separation Systems Unit 1: Introduction to Synthesis of Reaction Unit 2: Process recycles Unit 3: Batch processes Unit 4: Process yield BLOCK 4 Distillation Sequencing Unit 1: Introduction to Distillation Sequencing Unit 2: Using simple columns Unit 3: Using columns with more than two products Unit 4: Distillation Sequencing Using thermal coupling BLOCK 5 Heat Exchanger Network &Utilities Unit 1: Heat recovery pinch Unit 2: The Problem table Algorithm Unit 3: Utilities Selection Unit 4: Energy targets capital & total Cost targets Books: 1.. New York 2.. R. “Chemical Process Design”. McGraw Hill. J. McGraw Hill.M. New York .

SEMESTER : III Subject Code : CMP003 Subject Title : Project Phase-I Structure of the Course Content .

L.. Semi conduction and catalysts Unit 4: Defect structure in crystal lattices. Trimm D. reactor parameters Unit 2: Reaction significance of dimensionless parameters Unit 3: Physical dimensionless parameters Unit 4: Selectivity in slurry reactors.. illustration of a catalytic a process Unit 2: Design for catalysts – Primary constituents.. Amsterdam – Oxford – New York 2. McGraw – Hill Book Co . Design of Industrial catalsysts.. Moscow 3. Catalyst Technology – Catalyst Technology MIR Publication. trickle bed reactors Books: 1.J.Deryozhkina V.Muchlyonor I. catalytic – gaue reactor. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company. Carbery – J. Deactivation steps involved in global catalytic rate BLOCK 2 Adsorption. continuity equations. Dobkina E. zeolites and ion exchange resins BLOCK 4 Methods of Studying Catalysts Unit 1: Methods of determining catalysts – static methods. Thermodynamics basics of catalysis BLOCK 3 Productions of Some Catalysts Unit 1: Precipitation method – Alumino silicate catalyst Unit 2: Production of tabletted chromium catalysts for the conversion of CO Unit 3: Platinum network catalysts of Ammonia oxidation Unit 4: Catalysts of natural clays.Diffusion and Heterogeneous Catalysis Unit 1: Adsorption and Heterogeneous Catalysis Unit 2: Electron structure of catalysts. secondary constituents Unit 3: Catalyst supports-choice of support material Unit 4: Chemical interaction..SEMESTER : IV Subject Code : CM4001 Subject Title : Catalyst Design and Application Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Catalysis and Catalytic Kinetics Unit 1: General definition of catalysts.and Sorco V. Reaction Engineering. Chemical properties of surfaces Unit 3: Theories and Adsorption. Chemical and Catalytic. dynamic method Unit 2: Adsorption for determining catalyst surface and pore radii Unit 3: Determination of true and apparent densities of catalysts Unit 4: Structural study of electron microscopy BLOCK 5 Analysis and Design of Heterogeneous Catalytic Reactors Unit 1: Fixed bed reaction.

SEMESTER : IV Subject Code : CMP004 Subject Title : Project Phase-II Structure of the Course Content .

Unit 3: Catalysts and operating parameters Unit 4: Hydrocracking.V and R.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME001 Subject Title : Petroleum Refinery Engineering Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Petroleum Unit 1: Origin. technologies. C. Institute of Petroleum U. Ohio. Aromatics removal. Catalyst types and their performance Unit 3: Effects of operating parameters. Solvent extraction. Reactor design. characteristics Unit 3: Products pattern and characteristics. 4th Edition. Smalheer.L “Petroleum Refinery Engineering” McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited 2. principles. Unit 4: Energy input and recovery. Cleveland. Types of trays BLOCK 3 Solvent Extractions Unit 1: Lube oil and wax processing. recent developments Unit 2: Feedstocks and product yields and qualities.Kennedy Smith Lubricant Additives. Nelson. Composition. W. Hydrofinishing Books: 1. The Lezius – Hill Company. – Modern petroleum Refining Technology. USA 3. Reforming. Crude heating. Product improvement Unit 4: Sulphur removal. Exploration and production of petroleum Unit 2: Types of crudes. Principles Unit 2: Developments in technology. Reaction stoichiometry Unit 2: Chemical kinetics.D. Unit 2: Clay contacting. indigenous and imported crudes Unit 4: Availability Vs Demands. Air blowing technology Unit 4: Storage and handling of crude products BLOCK 4 Catalysts Unit 1: Fluid catalytic cracking. Feed quality. process requirements BLOCK 5 Catalytic Reforming Unit 1: Catalytic reforming and Isomerisation. Future outlook BLOCK 2 Refining Unit 1: Engineering aspects of refining. principles. Dewaxing.K . principles. Hobson. Vacuum distillation. Deciling. G. Thermo chemistry and chemical equilibrium Unit 3: Mixuing in flow systems. operating parameters Unit 3: Product qualities.

Environmental Engineering. “Air pollution” . Mc Graw Hill Book Company. and George Technologious.Eastern Ltd .R.. C. Role of Government and Industries Books: 1.V. Rowe D.N and H.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME002 Subject Title : Environmental Engineering Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Environmental Awareness Unit 1: Environment Unit 2: Friendly chemical Process Unit 3: Hazard and risk analysis Unit 4: Environmental Audit BLOCK 2 Chemical Engineering Process Unit 1: Unit Operations Unit 2: Application of .Rao.friendly products of chemical industry Unit 2: Pesticides –Their transfer and Transformation in the environment Unit 3: Biological technology for effluent treatments Unit 4: ElectroChemical for effluent treatments BLOCK 5 Pollution Prevention Unit 1: Mass exchange network synthesis for pollution control and minimization Unit 2: Policies for regulation of environmental impacts Unit 3: Concept of common effluent treatment Unit 4: Environmental legislations. Ny 3.Peavy H.Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.N. Rao M.S. Wiley.S Environmental Pollution control Engineering. Rao.Abatement of water pollution Unit 3: Current strategies to control air pollution Unit 4: Disposal of solid wastes BLOCK 3 Recycling Methodologies Unit 1: Introduction to Recycling Techniques Unit 2: Economic recovery and recycling of waste Unit 3: Transport fuel Unit 4: Bio-diesel for a cleaner environment BLOCK 4 Clean Technologies Unit 1: Towards Eco. Ltd 2.

Khanna Publishers . Van Nostrand Reinhold Company.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME003 Subject Title : Energy Management Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Energy Resources Unit 1: Energy Resources Unit 2: Conventional – Non conventional Unit 3: Energy Reserves and Depletion Unit 4: Non renewable energy sources BLOCK 2 Power Generation Process Unit 1: Power generation by steam. Hydroelectric. Peter – Fuels and fuel technology. Co-generation of power Unit 3: Selection of power generation process Unit 4: Economical and technical efficiency of power generation . evaporator systems Unit 4: Boiler. R. seawave. W. and M. BLOCK 3 Renewable Energy Unit 1: Renewable sources of energy Unit 2: Thermal and power generation using water Unit 3: Wind. Demand pattern Unit 2: Energy planning – Short term and long term. New York 2.C. Solar energy Unit 4: Geothermal and biomass utilization BLOCK 4 Energy Consumption Unit 1: Energy consumption. G. Pergamon Press 3. Energy conservation Unit 3: Need for Energy recovery Unit 4: Various types of Energy audit – advantages BLOCK 5 Recovering Energy Techniques Unit 1: Recovery of waste heat Unit 2: Optimum shell and tube heat exchanger Unit 3: Heat exchanger network. turbo generator system Books: 1. Diesel oil Unit 2: Nuclear fission and Natural gas. Loftiness.L. – Energy Hand Book.R – Power Plant Engineering. Nagpal. Francis.

G Fuel Science and Technology Handbook.Speight. gas condensate wells Unit 3: Gathering systems and pipe lines Unit 4: Application of correlations to the design of gas system BLOCK 5 Reservoir Properties Unit 1: Reservoir fluid properties Unit 2: PVT properties for oil gas systems Unit 3: Phase Behavior of complex hydrocarbon mixtures at high temperature Unit 4: Thermodynamic property evaluation.Guide to Natural Gas Utilization Technologies. packages used in petroleum industry Books: 1. Mc Graw – Hill Publishing Company.Katz and Robert L. NY 2.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME004 Subject Title : Natural Gas Engineering Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Natural Gas Unit 1: Availability of natural gas Unit 2: Properties and composition Unit 3: Exploration and control of gas Unit 4: Estimation of availability quantity BLOCK 2 Applications of Natural Gas Unit 1: Natural gas application in Chemical Process Unit 2: Natural gas application in transportation industry LNG technology. J. Marcel Decker Inc 3. Natural Gas Engineering. systems of non uniform permeability Unit 4: Multiple well systems using computerized streamline tracking methods BLOCK 4 Design of gas System Unit 1: Use of multiphase flow correlations to determine flow ratio Unit 2: Pressure traverse in flowing oil wells. Fairmount Press Inc .Lee. Unit 3: Natural gas storage and transport Unit 4: Economics of natural gas utilization BLOCK 3 Flows of Fluids Unit 1: General Hydrodynamic equations for flow of fluids through porous media Unit 2: Two dimensional flow problems and potential theory methods Unit 3: Gravity flow systems.Donald L.

R. Particle Image Velocimetry Books: 1.. Academic Press. calculation of drag Unit 2: Motion of a particle in two-dimensions.momentum and energy balance Unit 3: Homogeneous and separated flow models Unit 4: Correlations for use with homogeneous and separated flow models BLOCK 4 Conservation Techniques Unit 1: Averaging procedures . New York 3. Interaction between particles Unit 4: Sphere model. Sommerfeld. effects of coupling. J. bubble column. calculation of particle size Unit 3: Size distributions and moments Unit 4: Size distribution models BLOCK 2 Particle Fluid Interactions Unit 1: Equation of motion for a single particle. and Zhu. M. discrete element modeling BLOCK 3 Modelling of Multiphase Flows Unit 1: Flow patterns . important non-dimensional numbers Unit 2: Parameters of characterization. R. L. Cambridge University Press . pneumatic conveying. trickle beds Unit 3: Conventional and novel measurement techniques for multiphase systems Unit 4: Laser Doppler anemometry.. Drops. CRC Press 2.Clift.Fan.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME005 Subject Title : Multiphase Flow Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Characteristics of Multiphase Flow Unit 1: Significance of multiphase flows. C.identification and classification Unit 2: Flow pattern maps and transition .time. soft sphere model. C. M. Multiphase Flows with Droplets and Particles. and Particles. Crowe. volume Unit 2: Ensemble averaging. quasi-one-dimensional flow Unit 3: Two-fluid volume-averaged equations of motion Unit 4: Turbulence and two-way coupling BLOCK 5 Multiphase Systems Unit 1: Flow regime and hydrodynamic characteristics of packed bed Unit 2: Fluidized bed. T. and Grace.. Y. S. Weber.E. Unit 3: Effects of acceleration. and Tsuji. Bubbles.. Principles of Gas-solid Flows..

“Project Management and Control”. Process plants Unit 2: Personnel protection equipments.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME006 Subject Title : Risk Analysis and Management Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Risk Analysis Unit 1: General: Risk types. P. “Industrial Maintenance Management”. Operating Unit 3: Environmental. Sultan Chand & Co. Resource. mandatory technology option analysis Unit 4: Risk management alternatives. and Insurable Unit 4: Risk Causes. Bench scale experiments Unit 2: Design of emergency relief systems. Environmental risk analysis Unit 3: International environmental management system Unit 4: Corporate management system. Pecunious insurance. Ltd 3. A. Manageable. Coefficient of variation method. Sultan Chand & Co 2. G. Unit 4: Crude Procedures. Zero Infinity dilemma BLOCK 5 Risk Analysis in Chemical Industries Unit 1: Handling and storage of Chemicals. S. Environmental risk assessment Books: 1. “Environmental Engineering – A Design Approach”. Rijimond pilot study Unit 4: Fault tree analysis. Transport insurance Unit 2: Liability insurance. P. K. risk management tools BLOCK 4 Risk Assurances and Assessment Unit 1: Property Insurance. Rao. Risk Analysis types and causes BLOCK 2 Risk Analysis Methods Unit 1: Risk adjusted discounted rate method Unit 2: Certainty Equivalent Coefficient method.. Quantitative Sensitivity analysis Unit 3: Probability distribution. Payback period. A.. Diers program. Sincero. Risk Assessment Unit 3: Scope Canvey study. and Sincero.. Prentice Hall of India . Event tree analysis. Internal emergency planning Unit 3: Risk management plan. expected monetary value method BLOCK 3 Risk Management Unit 1: Emergency relief Systems. C. Srivastav. Completion Unit 2: Permitting..

J.. Anderson. hybrid.Fletcher. “Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Basics with Applications”..K.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME007 Subject Title : Computational Fluid Dynamics Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Conservation Laws Unit 1: Governing equations of fluid flow and heat transfer Unit 2: Mass conservation. McGraw-Hill 2. momentum and energy equation Unit 3: Differential and integral forms Unit 4: Conservation and non-conservation form BLOCK 2 Turbulence Unit 1: Characteristics of turbulent flows Unit 2: Time averaged Navier Stokes equations Unit 3: Turbulence models – one and two equation Unit 4: Reynolds stress.. QUICK schemes Unit 4: Solution of discretised equations BLOCK 4 Flow Field Computations Unit 1: Pressure velocity coupling Unit 2: Staggered grid Unit 3: Simple Algorithms Unit 4: PISO algorithm for steady and unsteady flows BLOCK 5 Grid Generation Unit 1: Physical aspects Unit 2: Simple and multiple connected regions Unit 3: Grid generation by PDE solution Unit 4: Grid generation by algebraic mapping Books: 1. A.Versteeg. W. H. C. J. “An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics: . upwind. and Malalasekera. Pearson Education Ltd . D.The Finite Volume Method”. “Computational Techniques for Fluid Dynamics”. Springer Verlag 3. LES and DNS BLOCK 3 Finite Volume Method Unit 1: Diffusion problems – explicit and implicit time integration Unit 2: Convection-diffusion problems – properties of discretisation schemes Unit 3: Central.

Industrial licensing procedure Unit 3: Excise and commercial taxes. “Chemical Engineer’s Hand Book”. McGraw Hill. Strategic and Managerial Planning Unit 2: Organising the process planning. Control. P.. Product planning and development BLOCK 4 Safety Standards Unit 1: Process safety. 8th Ed. Criteria BLOCK 2 Process Planning Unit 1: Planning the process. Books: 1.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME008 Subject Title : Project Engineering and Process Plant Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Project Engineering Unit 1: Project definition. Pollution control and Abatement. N. Pricing policy. Policies on depreciation and corporate tax Unit 4: Factory act. Commissioning and performance appraisal Unit 4: Strategies choice and Influence. Materials safety and Handling regulations Unit 2: Safety in equipment and machinery operations Unit 3: Design considerations of safety organization and control Unit 4: Pollution. CRC Press 2. Cost Control systems Unit 3: Methods (PERT/CPM).. CRC Press 3. cost and costing. Cost requirements Unit 4: Analysis and Estimation of Process Feasibilities BLOCK 3 Plant Engineering Management Unit 1: Objectives. Regulations of Pollution Control Board . Industrial Safety Standard BLOCK 5 Pollution Control Unit 1: Government regulations on procurement of raw materials Unit 2: Export – Import regulations. H. Recommission. Selection and procurement of equipments Unit 3: Installation. Perry. New York . Programme. Cheremisinoff. Project Profile and standards Unit 2: Feedback information (MIS) Unit 3: Evaluation and Modification Unit 4: Selection. Plant Location and Site Selection Unit 2: Layout diagrams. J. Couper. Process Engineering Economics. R. Practical Guide to Industrial Safety: Methods for Process Safety Professionals. J.. Engineering Flow Diagrams.

“Fluidization . with applications”. O. liquid holdup and gas holdup Unit 4: Flow models – generalized wake model. Incipient Fluidization Unit 2: Pressure fluctuations. London 2. and Levenspiel. Science Press 3. Immersed vertical cylinder to bed heat transfer Unit 4: Immersed horizontal cylinder to bed heat transfer BLOCK 5 Special Systems Unit 1: Conical Fluidized bed. Kwauk. D. Moving bed. Butterworths . Heat transfer Unit 3: Bed heat transfer.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME009 Subject Title : Fluidization Engineering Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Fluidization Unit 1: The Fluidized state. structural wake model BLOCK 3 Solids Mixing and Segregation Unit 1: Phase juxtapositions operation shifts. “Fluidization Engineering”. 2nd Edn. Regimization of the fluidized state Unit 3: Operating models for fluidization systems Unit 4: Applications of fluidization systems BLOCK 2 Hydrodynamics of Fluidization Systems Unit 1: General bed behaviour.. L. Kunii. Two phase and Three phase inverse fluidized bed Unit 3: Semi fluidized bed systems. Measurements Techniques Unit 3: Empirical Correlations for Solids holdup.. pressure drop. S. Nature of hydrodynamic suspension Unit 2: Particle forces..liquid Solid Fluidization Engineering”. Fan. Phase Holdups. Annular systems. Typical applications Unit 4: Powder characterization and modeling by bed collapsing Books: 1. Butterworth-Heinemann. “Gas. Mixing Segregation equilibrium Unit 3: Generalised fluidization of poly disperse systems Unit 4: Liquid phase Mixing and gas phase mixing BLOCK 4 Heats and Mass Transfer in Fluidization System Unit 1: Mass transfer – Gas Liquid mass transfer Unit 2: Liquid Solid mass transfer and wall to bed mass transfer.. species of Fluidization.Idealized and Bubbleless. M. Reversal points Unit 2: Degree of segregation. Slurry bubble columns Unit 2: Turbulent bed contactor. Flow regimes.

case studies BLOCK 5 Implementation of TQM Unit 1: Steps. top management commitment Unit 3: Team work Unit 4: Quality philosophies of Deming.. J. Bank.. “The essence of Total Quality Management”. JIT Unit 3: POKAYOKE. quality. Customer focus Unit 2: Organization. E. Crosby and Muller BLOCK 2 TQM Process Unit 1: QC Tools. Prentice Hall of India 3. strategic quality planning BLOCK 3 TQM Systems Unit 1: Quality policy deployment Unit 2: Quality function deployment Unit 3: Standardization Unit 4: Designing for quality. auditing. “Beyond Total Quality Management”. G. Bonds. Taguchi methods Unit 4: Case studies Books: 1. McGraw Hill .. Rose J. Kogan Page Ltd 2. manufacturing for quality BLOCK 4 Quality Systems Unit 1: Need for ISO 9000 system Unit 2: Advantages. KAIZEN Unit 2: 5s. quality circles Unit 4: Bench marking. “Total quality Management”. clauses of ISO 9000 Unit 3: Implementation of ISO 9000 Unit 4: Quality costs. Problem solving methodologies Unit 2: New management tools Unit 3: Work habits.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME010 Subject Title : Total Quality Management Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Concepts of TQM Unit 1: Philosophy of TQM.

G. 3. George Godwin Ltd. New York 2. Vulnerability models Unit 4: Fault and Event Tree Analysis BLOCK 3 Risk Assessments Unit 1: Introduction to Risk Assessment Unit 2: Safety in plant design and layout Unit 3: Risk Assessment Unit 4: Case Studies BLOCK 4 Safety Measures Unit 1: Safety measures in handling and storage of chemicals Unit 2: Process plant Unit 3: Personnel Protection Unit 4: First Aid BLOCK 5 Emergency Plans Unit 1: Need of Emergency Plans Unit 2: Disaster mitigation Unit 3: Emergency Preparedness plans Unit 4: Case Studies Books: 1. Major Hazard Control. of Chemicals and Petrochemicals. Geneva .of India. Chemical hazards Unit 3: Process and operation hazard. Dept. ICMA Publications. London.S Safety Process Plants Design. John Wilelys and Sons. steam Unit 4: Occupational health hazards. Manual by International Labour Organization. gas/vapour Unit 3: Dispersions and explosion.. Hazard and operability Studies. water. Govt.Well. Hazards from utilities like air. Safety in Chemical and Petrochemical Industries. Safety Audits BLOCK 2 Accident Analysis Unit 1: Past Accident Analysis Unit 2: Consequence Analysis of fire.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME011 Subject Title : Safety and Hazard Control Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Basic Concept of Safety Unit 1: Conventional and modern concepts of safety Unit 2: Basic Principles and concepts in hazard identification. Report of the Inter Ministry Group.

J.Ph.F.. “Polymer Porcessing” Carl Hamsen Verlag Munich 2. Sergant. Munich .L. Agassant. J. Balancing of runners BLOCK 4 Mixing Operations Unit 1: Newtonian and non-Newtonian models Unit 2: Calendar fed with finite sheet Unit 3: Normal stress and viscosity effects Unit 4: oating – Mixing operations BLOCK 5 Expert Systems Unit 1: Modelling of Polymer Process Unit 2: Advanced Process in Polymer Technology Unit 3: Knowledge based expert systems for modeling of polymer processing Unit 4: Case Studies Books: 1. Carl Hamsen Verlag. P.Tucker C. P. cylindrical Channel Model Unit 3: Helical Channel Model. and Correon. non-isothermal and adiabatic Models BLOCK 3 Moulding Process Unit 1: Injection Moulding Unit 2: Various parts of the moulds Unit 3: Analysis of flow through mould Cavity Unit 4: Various Models. “Fundamentals of Computer Modelling for Polymer Processing”.ELECTIVE Subject Code : CME012 Subject Title : Polymer Technology Structure of the Course Content BLOCK 1 Introduction to Polymer Processing Methods Unit 1: Introduction to Polymer Technology Unit 2: Introduction to various Polymer Processing methods Unit 3: Machinery Morphology Unit 4: Structure of Polymers BLOCK 2 Channel Models Unit 1: Screw Extrusion – Geometry of screw – Simplified Flat plate Model Unit 2: Rectangular channel model. Avenas. J. Newtonian and Non-Newtonian flows Unit 4: Isothermal.