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3 Nano Science and Technology 90 .2 Pollution Monitoring and Control CHE 609.1 Bio Energy Engineering CHE 611.3 Membrane Science and Technology Elective IV CHE 612.3 Pinch Technology Elective III CHE 610.1 Bioprocess Engineering CHE 609.1 Metabolic Engineering CHE 610.2 Environmental Management System CHE 612.2 Solid Waste management CHE 610.M.3 Interfacial Science and Engineering Elective II CHE 611.2 Industrial Waste Water Engineering CHE 611. TECH IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Sub Code CHE 601 FIRST YEAR CHE 603 CHE 605 CHE607 CHE 609 CHE 611 CHE 613 Total SECOND YEAR CHE 618 CHE 799 Total FIRST SEMESTER Subject Name Mathematical and numerical techniques in Chemical Engineering Optimization of Chemical Processes Advanced Thermodynamics Advanced Transport Phenomena Elective I Elective II Seminar-I L 3 T 1 P C 0 4 Sub Code CHE 602 3 1 0 4 CHE 604 3 1 0 4 CHE 606 3 1 0 4 CHE 608 3 3 0 18 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 3 CHE 610 CHE 612 CHE 614 CHE 616 3 3 1 23 SECOND SEMESTER Subject Name L Advanced Reaction 3 engineering Advanced Process Dynamics and Control Process Modelling.1 Upstream and down stream bioprocessing CHE 612. Analysis and Simulation Advanced Separation Processes Elective III Elective IV Process Simulation Lab Seminar II Total Industrial Training report Project Work T 1 P 0 C 4 3 1 0 4 3 1 0 4 3 1 0 4 3 3 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 9 0 0 0 3 3 2 1 25 2 40 42 Total Credits Elective I : CHE 609.

Linear programming and applications – Non linear programming with constraints. Sturm-Louiville theory-separation of variables and Fourier Transforms-Green’s functionuniqueness conditions for linear and Nonlinear systems. conjugate search. 2000 CHE 603 OPTIMIZATION OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES [3 1 0 4] The nature and organization of optimization – the essential features of optimization problemsReview of fitting models to data formulation of objective functions. 3.Pushpavanam.. Application of optimization in Heat transfer and Energy conservation. PHI. Text Books: 1. mixed integer programming algorithms. linear algebraic equations Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of Matrices. 4. fluid flow systems chemical reactor Design and operation and optimization in large-scale plant Design and Operation. Diagnosis of the failure of optimization codes to solve problems.Sandall “Computations methods in Chemical Engineering” PHI. Wiley Eastern Ltd. uni-dimensional and Multidimensional problems.T.1998. The Galerkin finite Element technique variational forms of PDE’s. Orthogonal collocations on finite difference-Galerkin finite elements-shooting techniques partial differential equations-finite difference technique (Method of lines) orthogonal collocation on finite elements. Numerical methods for Engineer By Santhosh K. Davis. Simplex. Owen T. Linear Algebra and Linear operators in Engineering with applications of mathematica. and Thomson K.FIRST YEAR – FIRST SEMESTER CHE 601 MATHEMATICAL ENGINEERING [3 1 0 4] AND NUMERICAL METHODS IN CHEMICAL Introduction. New Delhi. Indirect and Secant Methods. separation processes. 2. steady state characteristics of Nonlinear Dynamical systems-Linear stability and Limit cycles-secondary Bifurcations and chaos.Gupta. Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering S. Powells Method.Hanna and Orville C. sparse Matrices – Tensors and their applications. Un-constrained Multivariable optimization. . Academic Press. integer and Mixed Integer programmingnonlinear. Optimization of staged and Discrete processes Dynamic programming. H. Non linear algebraic equations function evaluation-least square curve fit-Newton inter-polation formula – orthogonal polynomials and functions-ordinary differential equations initial value problems and Boundary value problems – finite difference techniques. Optimization theory and methods – Basic concepts of optimization-Convex and concave functions-optimization of unconstrained functions: one dimensional search. 1998.

Stewart. S. L.M. New Delhi 2004. shell balances of mass species diffusion under various driving forces.Slattery. statistical thermodynamics. Transport Phenomena Wiley 1994. 1. ND. Theories of solutions. Bejan.M. PHI. .Edgar. Review of vectors and Tensor Review of similarities and difference between various transport phenomena and applications. 2000 3. microcanonical and canonical ensembles. New Age Publishers. Transport Phenomena-A unified approach McGraw Hill Int. Ladson.S. Navier Stokes equations. 3rd Ed.Hershey. W. E. D.C. Cambridge University Press -1999. Schrodinger’s equation. laminar.Prausnitz. Harry.B. CHE 605 ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS [3 1 0 4] Thermodynamic Analysis of Chemical engineering systems. Phase instability and partially miscible systems. Wiley. heat and Mass Transfer. Thermodynamic models and data reduction procedures for estimation of the interaction parameters..Himmelblau. 1988. intermolecular force. partition function. Molecular thermodynamics of fluid phase equilibria. Lichtenthalu R. 2nd Ed. optimization-theory and applications. 2. Mc Graw Hill international Editions.Brodkey. Analysis of high pressure and low temperature phase equilibria. Tester J. Transport properties. 2003 2. and Lightfoot.M. Thermodynamics and its applications 3rd Ed. convective diffusion in dilute solutions. Advanced Transport Phenomena. forced and natural convection phenomena. diffusion with chemical reaction. 3. shell balances. perfect gases.. M. computations methods for generation of Multicomponent phase equilibrium data for process design.W. and Edmundo G. Bird. potential energy functions and virial coefficients and excess functions.1988.F. expressions for thermodynamic quantities. Joshi and K..M.De Azevedo. PHI.S. CHE 607 ADVANCED TRANSPORT PHENOMENA [3 1 0 4] Advanced Transport Phenomena Analysis. Unsteady and steady conduction. integral balances in momentum. 3. Text Books: 1. Rao. “Optimization of chemical processes” T. Moudagalya. 1998.R. Theory and practice.Text Books: 1. J. Engineering optimizations. Minimum energy requirements Estimation of properties in multicomponent multiphase systems. Review of chemical equilibria in complex reacting systems and computational methods for optimum process conditions for maximum conversion.W.Ed. 2. Robert S. John C.E. M. Estimation procedures for solubility of gases in pure and mixed solvents. Narosa Pub. A Advanced Thermodynamics. 1997. Engg.C. and Modell. Analysis of problems in irreversible thermodynamics.

Role of aeration and agitation in oxygen transfer. environmental indices Meterological monitoring and instrumentation. Mass transfer in heterogeneous biochemical reaction systems.CO2 NOx. J.M. F2. Shuler. An overview of aerobic and anaerobic fermentation processes. adsorption. H2S.De Allegrini Urban air pollution monitoring and control strategies (NATO ASI Series. Text books: 1. New Delhi.Khopkar. CO. Recovery and purification of products. Filter stabilizations of liquid media and air.Santis. Wiley Eastern. principles and techniques for ambient and stack sampling. membrane separation and chemical oxidation. Bioprocess Engineering Principles.C Perkin. Impeller speed and temperature in a stirred fermenter. Basic concepts of Analytical chemistry. Ann Arber Science. determination of atmospheric stability of wind roses and pollution roses principles methods Monitoring gaseous air pollutants like SO2. 4. Khopkar Environmental pollution Monitoring and control. Ollis. PHI. filtration. NY. 1981. 2.Microbial metabolism enzymes classification and properties.2 AIR POLLUTION MONITORING AND CONTROL [3 0 0 3] Design of air monitoring survey networks criteria. Examples of simple and complex media. 1977 S. models for monitoring site selection. F. Heat sterilizations of liquid media. D. L. 1985. S. Bioprocess engineering. gas absorption. Air Monitoring survey design. A. Cl2. K. Academic Press. H2S organic vapours and particulate matter through unit processes and unit operation like mass transfer. . Introduction to instrumentation and process control in bioprocesses. Monitoring and control of dissolved oxygen. 5. Metabolic pathways. Fermentation processes. 2nd edition. F. Applied enzyme catalysis-kinetics of enzyme catalytic reaction. McGraw-Hill 1974.1 BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING [ 3 0 0 3] Review of fundamentals of microbiology and biochemistry. Fed batch culture introduction. Air Pollution. Thermal death kinetics of microorganisms. General requirements of fermentation processes.Miller. E. ND – 2004. Partne (Board Book). Kargi. Hydrocarbons. 2nd edition. 2.ELECTIVES: CHE 609. Protein synthesis in cells. pH. M. 3. Bailey. collection and size analysis of particulates BS methods. Text Books: 1. Measurement of physical and chemical parameters in bioreactors. Selection scale up operations of bioreactors. New Age Int.M. Biochemical engineering. 2001 CHE 609. Bioreactor design and operations. Alternative routes of manufacturing and/or segruneing operation for pollution control and recovery of chemicals. I.E Noll and T. Substrate utilization and product formation. Batch and continuous cultures. Heat transfer processes in biological systems. 3. Oxygen transfer rates and coefficients. Hg.L. 2002. Pauline M. Removal/recovery/destruction methods for Sox. Enzyme technology. Bioprocess principles: Kinetics of biomass production. F. collection analysis and wind data. Mc Graw Hill Publication co. Design and usage of commercial media for industrial fermentation. acquisition and analysis of monitored data. Doran. NOx.

Combustion of woody biomasss. 2.. calculation and design of equipments. Characteristics preparation. New Age International Publishers (P) Ltd. Wiley-Interscience Publication. Brownian motion and Brownian flocculation. Measurement techniques of surface tension. N. Oxford & IBA pub. Engineering surfaces and interfaces. animal residues. zetapotential. CHE 611. Thermodynamics of interfaces. P. Application: General applications. J. and micellization. temperature and products obtained. Design and operation of fixed and fluidized bed gasifiers. Co. Briquette of loose biomass. New York. Pyrolysis and gasification of biomass. Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. New Delhi. Wiley-Interscience. . C. 1997.CHE 609. surfactants. Text Book 1. Biotechnology and alternative technologies for utilization of biomass or agricultural wastes.1997.3 INTERFACIAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING [3 0 0 3] General introduction of colloids. Electrical double layer). A. M. Hiemenz. Surface tension for curved interfaces. effect of particle size. kinetics and mechanism. Case studies. Co-generation in biomass processing industries. Selfassembled & nanostructured biomimetic interfaces. Theory. Transetherification of oils to produce bio-fuels. Rosen. 1989. New York. drying storage and handling of biomass. microbial and biochemical aspects. 1996. dry and wet fermentation.1 BIO ENERGY ENGINEERING [ 3 0 0 3] Biomass sources and classification. R. Principles of Colloid and Surface Chemistry. Pyrolysis regime. Intermolecular forces. Biogas technology. Adamson. 1978. High rate digesters for industrial waste water treatment. Thermochemical gasification principles. 2. interfaces. Enhanced petroleum recovery. operating parameters for biogas production. K. 3.. Combustion of biomass and co-generation systems. Energy plantations. Surface excess and Gibbs equation. Electrical phenomena at interfaces (Electrokinetic phenomena. A. Sugarcane molasses and other sources for fermentation ethanol. Combustion of rice husk. Biomass processing for liquid fuel production. 3 rd Edition. Colloidal systems and colloidal stability. and Rajagopalan.Y. MarcelDekker. Digesters for natural applications. Gast. Effect of pressure temperature and introduction of steam and oxygen. Thermo chemical conversion lignocelluloses biomass. particle size. Emulsion and micro-emulsion. P. Novel fabrication of nanostructured particles. use of bagasse for cogeneration. Surfactants and Interfacial Phenomena. Thermodynamics of micelle formation. Surface and interfacial tension and surface free energy. Mittal. Pyrolysis of biomass. Texts/References 1. W. M. Chemical composition and properties of different biomass materials and bio-fuels. Aqueous waste containing biodegradable organic matter. gasohol as a substitute for petro. Bio-ethanol and bio-diesel technology. A. Chakraverthy. Production of fuel ethanol by fermentation of sugars. Van der Waals forces. Feedstock for biogas production. Biogas systems: Principles and applications. Sources and processing of oils and fats for liquid fuels.

Shell targeting. Key Steps of Pinch Technology: Data extraction. aerated lagoons. cost targeting. New York. Areas of application and Techniques available for PI. Metcaff and Eddy. John B. Composite curve.Barber.3. Heat and Power Integration: Co-generation. 1995 2. Treatment and disposal. Waste Water Engg. Onion diagram. Joseph D.3 PINCH TECHNOLOGY [3 0 0 3] Process Integration and its Building Blocks: Definition of Process Integration (PI). Disposal. 5th Ed.-2008. Prof. Design of multiple utilities and pinches. Designing of HEN: Pinch design methods. 2. V. Gulf Publishing Co. Bacterial growth and biological oxidation. Ind. Refrigeration systems. Bio Reactors (MBR) in waste water treatment. Design of maximum energy recovery (MER).Edwards Industrial Waste Water Treatment A Guide Book – CRC Press. Distillation column. Texts/References 1. Driscoll. Basic concept. oxidation ditch and carrousel system. McGraw Hill. A. Problem table algorithm. CHE 611. Gas turbine. Recent development in membrane. flow equalization. Evaporator. How it is different from energy auditing. Drier. Biological unit processes. Physical unit operations. Treatment. waste water disposal in receiving bodies of water on land.Publishign 3rd Ed. Reuse. Terence P.“Industrial Waste water Management. CHE 611. 4. Role of thermodynamic laws. USA. Douglas Conceptual Design of Chemical Processes. New Delhi. kinetics of biological growth Design of aerobic suspended and attached growth treatment process Anaewbic suspended and attached growth treatment processes. James M. Designing. Primary sedimentation tank. . Biomass energy systems. Targeting of Heat Exchanger Network (HEN): Energy targeting.D. Heat Integration of Equipments: Heat engine.Chandran Kartik.Supertargteing. S. Heat pump. Loops and Paths. Low cost waste treatment systems-stabilization ponds.Ltd. N. School of thoughts. screens. Grand composite curve. Heuristic rules. 1. Pinch Technology An Overview: Introduction. significance and interpretation of results. 3. Basic Elements of Pinch Technology: Grid diagram. Design for threshold problem. 2007. TMH Publishing Co. Optimization. Srinivas. Tata energy Research Institute. Number of units targeting. Uday Shenoy. 1988.. Steam turbine. P. Area targeting. Heat Exchanger network synthesis. Stream splitting. Inc 1995. 1996. Targeting. Problem addressed by Pinch technology. Reactor.2 INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER ENGINEERING [ 3 0 0 3] Waste treatment water quality criteria and effluent standards Examination of waste water characteristics.Patwardhan “Industries Waste Water Treatment PHI – 2008. Treatment and Disposal” McGraw Hill. Venkata Ramana. grit chamber.

Thomas. Linnhoff..W.. R.A.H.F. B. Inst. CHE 613 Seminar-I [0 0 3 1] This course is designed for the students to develop skills in searching technical literature.. The students will choose appropriate topic specifically related to Chemical engineering.. "A User's guide on process integration for the efficient use of energy".. Smith. Hewitt G. "Chemical Process Design".3.E. London (1982). 4. . TownseQd D. A. and Marsland. Boland D..R. analyzing and evaluating it to compare the various approaches and prepare a written report and also presenting it orally. B. Guy. R. McGraw Hill (1995). Of Chemical Engineers.

Elements of Chemical Reaction Engg – PHI.FIRST YEAR – SECOND SEMESTER CHE 602 ADVANCED REACTION ENGINEERING [3 1 0 4] Homogeneous Reactor design and Analysis for ideal reactors. H. Process dynamics and control.F. and Ekerd. 2nd ed. John Wiley & sons. B. Mellichamp. Calculation of extent of interaction and pairing of controllers and manipulated variables. Prentice Hall Int. Understanding first and second order systems and PID controllers. use of Simulink. Modeling few complicated systems. Wayne Bequette. 2nd Ed. CHE 604 ADVANCED PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL [3 1 0 4] A brief review of preliminary concepts of process control. Study of model predictive control (MPC). sampling period. Doven Publishers. Development of empirical models from process data. and Bischoff. Analysis for first order networks.B.J. 1994 3. Heterogeneous reactors-gas-solid systems-Reviews of kinetics of gas-solid catalytic reactions with and without diffusion limitations. Gas-liquid systems-Basic theories of mass transfer with chemical reaction model systems and model reactors. Analog and digital filters. Scot Foggler. 2nd ed. W. 2003. Non catalysis gas solid reactions review of kinetics reactor design case studies.. Review of basic concepts of residence time distributions (RTD).F. design of digital controllers. macro mixing and micro mixing. multiple reactions and reaction networks. Homogeneous reactor design and analysis for non ideal reactors. Identifying discrete time models from experimental data. Seborg. D. Reactor design for fixed and fluidized bed reactors. Z-transform. Single and Multiparameter models for real reactor behavior. filtering and control. J.G. K. . Rawlings J. Process control. analysis and simulation. 2001 4. Digital sampling. Reactor energy balance and its applications to reactor design and analysis. segregated flow model and Zweitering’s Analysis of maximum mixedness. Chemical and Catalytic reaction engineering. IEM and other models for micro mixing. 1997. reaction networks of general order. Hill 2002. Modelling. Study of cascade control system. State space and transfer function matrix models.2005. Edgar. Review of isothermal design for batch. Implementation of real time optimization in computer control. Reactor design for mechanically agitated and bubble column reactors selected case studies. selected case studies.4th Edition. Oxford University press. 3. Multiloop control. T. 1. J. 2. Control degree of freedom. Harmon Ray.. Series. Froment G. semi batch and flow reactors. Plant wide Controllability and resiliency assessment and design Text books 1.B. Design of feed forward and ratio controls. Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design Fundamentals Nole. modeling and control.E. Babatunde Ogunnaike. John Wiley and Sons NY. Process dynamics. Concepts of statistical process control. Carberry. yield selectivity concepts. Degree of freedom analysis. 2004 2. Chemical Reactor Design and Analysis.

Dynamic models. Process modeling and analysis. Conservation principles. W. J. J. Verlog. Equilibrium based methods for Multi component Absorption stripping Distillation and Extraction. Process model hierarchies. P-v-t – equations of state Models Activity coefficients-Margules-Van Laar. T. Chemical Engineering Dynamics. Process modeling for control and diagnostic purposes.. C. 2nd Ed. Basic tools for process model analysis. Computer aided process modeling. New Delhi 1974 . Computational methods in process simulation 2nd ed. K. Ramakrishna. PHC. J. NJ 2007. Wilson-NRTL UNI QUAC and UNI FAC Models Liquid-liquid equilibra. TMH. Wiley VCH. butterworths. Academic press. ion exchange and chromatography.CHE 606 PROCESS MODELING. Population balances: theory and applications to particulate systems in engineering. Modeling discrete event systems.C. 2000.. Ingham. Cameron. E.D.Lumped parameters and distributed parameter systems and their solution strategies.Henley “Separation process principles” John Wiley & Sons. Text Books: 1. Heinzle. Basic mathematical tools. Reactive Distillation – usage of software Super critical fluid extraction – Rate Based Models for Distillation – Thermodynamic properties and transport rate expressions – Methods of calculation – Multi component batch distillation Rapid Solution Methods – Membrane separations Dialysis and Electrodialysis. Constitutive relations. 2007 2.. I. NY 2000 3. Empirical model building.Seader and Ernest J. Review of equilibrium based methods for binary systems. Equation tearing procedures-Simultaneous correction procedures Inside out methods. Modeling hybrid systems. 2. Ramirez. Separation Process Engg. data acquisition and analysis. Modeling applications in process systems. Analysis of dynamic process models. Hangos. Dunn. Introduction to population balance modeling. D. M.J. Systematic approach to model building. Text Books: 1. ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION [ 3 1 0 4] Fundamental principles and process model development. Enhanced Distillation and super critical Extraction – Residue curve Maps-Heterogeneous Azeotropic Distillation. GMbH & LOKGaA-2007 CHE 608 ADVANCED SEPARATION PROCESSES [3 1 0 4] Thermodynamics of separation operations-Energy entropy and availability balances-Review of ideal gas and ideal solution Models-Non ideal thermodynamic property Models.E. Adsorption. Peensoil. I. Wanket P. 3rd Ed. 3. 4. Judson King. Modelling and Computer Simulation. Inc – 2006. Separation Processes. academic press. statistical model calibration and validation.

evolution of solid waste management. Rovers F. storage and processing. Flux analysis of metabolic networks. Stephanopoulos. recovery of resources. Application of metabolic flux analysis. CRC Press. collection alternatives.. Text Books: 1. Comprehensive models for cellular reactions. Metabolic pathway synthesis. Metabolic engg in Post Genomic Era. Aristose A. Getal. hazarders waste. Metabolic Engg. 2. Consistency tests and experimental validation. Khdoderko. 2001 3. Westerhoft B. Metabolic engineering practice. in cineration and pyroslysis. composting. Intermetabolic reaction groups. and Evans. 2.. 1995.. 2nd Ed. 2nd ed. Text Books: 1. transfer and transport. Transport processes-passive transport.N.. facilitated diffusion. McBean E.. McGraw Hill New York – 2001. choices in onsite handling storage and processing. Jens Nielsen. New York. conversion products and energy. Examples of pathway manipulations. disposal of solid waste including sanitary land fill. Sang You Lee. Hazardous Waste Management.. Academic press. Thermodynamics of cellular processes. J. McGraw Hill. enhancement of product yield and productivity improvement of cellular properties. Tchobanoglous. Gregory N. Methods for experimental and determination of metabolic fluxes by isotope labeling. Eleftherios Terry. Thomas and H.. 2nd Ed. . Determination of ΔGo by group contribution.1 METABOLIC ENGINEERING [ 3 0 0 3] The essence of metabolic engineering. LaGrega. Biosynthesis reactions. Non-equilibrium thermodynamics. generation of solid waste. collection of solid waste. Amsterdam. 1999 3. management issues. Horizon Bio Science. Regulation of metabolic pathways. onsite handling. development. dispersal options. Extension and control analysis.ELECTIVES: CHE 610. Bucking ham P. planning. The Netherlands. 2004 CHE 610. Polymerizations. planning. Solid Waste landfill Engineering and Design PHI.. Terry Papoutsakis. Metabolic control analysis. Review of cellular metabolism. selection and implementation. Material balances and data consistency.V. Land fill design exercises. Analysis of structure of metabolic networks.2 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT [ 3 0 0 3] Solid Waste – A consequence of life. Metabolic flux analysis. Mi. engineering principles. Integrated Solid Waste Management. B. transfer and transport options. processing techniques and equipment. Metabolic engineering principles and Methodologies. and Farquhar G. Active transport fuelling reactions. Applications of thermo kinetics to MCA. Aristidose.

Removal of insolubles. K. 2005. precipitation. bacterial and mycelia processes. staged operation. Spiegler and Kedem model. waste disposal. H. differential permeation with point permeate withdrawal. Sterilization of air and medium in batch and continuous mode. batch crystallization. Glasgaw. Elsevier Publishers. 3. Cell disruption chemical methods. Characteristics of bioseparators. water quality. vacuum membrane distillation. . Filtration and micro filtration. Pauline M. Mulder. Text Books: 1. A. Principles of Fermentation Technology. 2nd edn. multistage membrane separation and analogy with multi component distillation. dialysis. Rehm. membrane permeability. Reed. 3. Downstream processing for biotechnology. Stanbury P. Adsorption-Batch and continuous operation. 1988 2.Elution. Blackie Academic & Professional Chapmann & Hall. 4. J. Equipments for conventional filtration. E. Bioprocess engineering principles. G. and Differential Permeation" 2. Texts/References 1. Bioseparations. flow pattern and classification: micro filtration. Robert Hughes (Editors). L.Whitakar. General theory-continuous equipments.3 MEMBRANE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY [3 0 0 3] Membrane preparation and structure.V. Vol. John Wiley and Sons. Mechanical methods. Bio Processing. grinding and extraction etc). Biosafety. nano filtration. Batch. Springer Publ. Membrane Separation.1 UPSTREAM AND DOWN STREAM BIOPROCESSING [ 3 0 0 3] Substrate processing (milling. reverse osmosis. ultra filtration. Fractional extractions with two mixing phases. Kimura-Sourirajan model. Transport through bio membrane like kidney. 1993. liquid separation: pervaporation. Laboratory tests. Differential extractions and fractional extractions with a stationary phase. Hoffman. chromatography-yield and purity-scaling-up chromatography. single stage membrane separation.A. An overview of bioseparations. Isolation. the development of inocula for industrial fermentation. -2007. "Membrane separations Technology: single-stage. solution diffusion model and Donnan equilibrium. Polishing crystallization. Scott. John Wiley.J. Doran. Drying-basic concepts-ancillary operations. 1996 CHE 612. Cussler. Wei-Shan Hu.J.F. the aseptic inoculation of plant fermenters. Multistage. Extended Nernst-Planck model.S. Hall. the development of inocula for yeast. Belter. Biotechnology 2nd ed. cross flow model. transport through membrane. G. Product purification.. ultrafiltration and electrophoresis. Stephanopoulos (ED). electrodyalysis. counter current flow model. S. Membrane reactor: perovskite type. Centrifugtion scale-up of centrifugation. Academic press. M. membrane modules and plant configuration. bio catalytic membrane reactor. bubble point type curve. application of membrane in separation of optical isomers of valued bioactive materials. 1995 3. Paul A. E. dew point type curve.CHE 610. extraction. solvent recovery. Gas separation: complete mixing model (binary and multi component) for gas separation. Industrial Membrane Separation Technology.

Inorganic nanowires-. 2. M. Life cycle analysis. . manufacture and testing in a nanotechnology context. Text Books: 1. Focus on different nanomaterials: Carbon nanotubes. Introduction to Nanoscale Science and Technology. Geoghegan (Eds. J. Tang. Sampling and analysis techniques.Das “Toward Zero discharge Innovative Methodology and Techniques for process Pollution” Wiley-VCH-2005. 2004. “Envormenta Impact assessment-Theory and practice Unnin Hyman Ltd. Heflin. nanoscience) and some key examples of nanotechnology. Methods of synthesis of nanometerials fabrication-"Topdown" vs. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. nanoscale molecular self assembly and self organization of surfactant solutions. Transmission Electron Microscopy. 2001. Jr. World Scientific. The Science and Engineering of Microelectronic Fabrication. Metallic nanomaterials. A. Jr. Ping. 6. Di Ventra. 2003.CHE 612. Scanning Electron Microscopy. 4. "Nanoscale Science and Technology". F.. 2003 2. Characterization of nano particles by Atomic Force Microscopy. Evoy and J. "Nano-Engineering in Science and Technology: An Introduction to the World of Nano design". Noel Denevers “Air pollution control Engineering” McGraw hill 1999. Main engineering activities of design. Poole. Self-assembly of nano particles and nano structural molecular materials. Concepts for development projects-Ranking Impacts-concept and content of environmental management plan-Environmental audits. Zikang and Sheng. Tapas K. 2005. ISO series. Equipment and processes needed to fabricate nanodevices and structures. Owens. S. (Eds. R.e. "Nano science and technology: novel structures and phenomena". Different shape nanomaterials. Physical Chemistry of Nanomaterials. Introduction to Nanotechnology. Organic molecules for electronics. Polymers.3 NANO SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY [3 0 0 3] Broad introduction to nanotechnology. C. Campbell. McGraw Hill NewYork. R. Introduction and need for Impact assessment National and International regulation-legislation and pollution control acts and notifications. sustainable development-parameters. Wiley. What makes the nanoscale so different from the other lengthscales by considering the underpinning science (i.). biological system and liquid crystals.2 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM [ 3 0 0 3] Introduction to air. Taylor and Francis. a rapidly evolving field of increasing relevance to engineering.). Case studies Industrial symbiosis-clean technology options. Michael Rieth. 1988. I. Hamley and M. Springer. Environmental Health and Safety Auditing Hand Book. 4. Biological and bio-inspired materials. Kelsall. Wiley. Focus on emerging applications. 2003 3. Peter Wathern. P. S. Texts/References 1. CHE 612. water and air pollutants and solid wastes. Application of Impact assessment in specific developmental projects-Impact assessment report. 3. Oxford. 1994. "bottom-up" approaches. 5.

Dynamic simulation practice sessions with software for steady state and dynamic simulation of chemical process plants. Data reconciliation techniques.CHE 614 Process Simulation Lab [0 0 6 2] Introduction to simulation software packages. The students may choose appropriate topic specifically related to their specialization or research project they propose to carry out in the second year. . Aspen Plus. FEM Lab etc. analyzing and evaluating it to compare the various approaches and prepare a written report and also presenting it orally. CHE 616 Seminar-II [0 0 3 1] This course is designed for the students to develop skills in searching technical literature. Fluent CFD.

Tech project is aimed at training the students to analyse independently any problems posed to them. The project report is expected to show the clarity of thought and expression. The report must be submitted for the examination and evaluation at the end of IV semester. experimental skills. critical appreciation of existing literature and analytical. . The project may be theoretical. In few cases the project may also involve sophisticated design work. experimental or a combination. This can be carried out either in the institute or at any other industry/research laboratory in India or Abroad under the supervision of guide(s). CHE 799 Project Work [ 0 0 0 40] The M. The project should be completed and submitted for evaluation at the end of the year.SECOND YEAR – THIRD AND FOURTH SEMESTERS CHE 618 Industrial Training report [0 0 0 2] Industrial training spanning a period of not less than four weeks can be undertaken at the end of second semester in any industry or research laboratory.