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MASS TRANSFER OPERATIONS - I

C.E.T. : 3.201 Periods per week : 4
Sessionals : 30 Duration of Exam. : 3 Hrs.
Examination : 70 Nature of Exam. : Theory.

UNIT - I
Diffusion and mass transfer – Mass transfer operations & their applications.
Molecular diffusion –Fick’s first law – steady state molecular diffusion in binary mixtures of
gases, liquids and solids – Determination of diffusivity in gases by Steven’s method – estimation
of diffusion coefficients in binary mixtures of liquids and gases by correlation.
Types of diffusion in solids :- Eddy diffusion – Basic concepts of mass transfer theories – Film mass
transfer coefficients for the cases of equimolar counter diffusion and diffusion of one component (A) in
stagnant component (B) - Correlation’s for mass transfer coefficients and Reynolds & Colburn
analogies.
UNIT - II
Interphase mass transfer – overall mass transfer coefficients – Two resistance theory – Gas phase
& liquid – phase controlled situations. Equipment for gas – liquid contact – Description of
continuous and stage wise contact equipment – packing for packed columns – Liquid distribution
-Mass transfer coefficients in packed columns – Flooding in packed and plate columns – Ideal
-plate – Murphree, point, plate and column efficiency – Comparison of packed and plate columns.
UNIT - III
Absorption and Stripping – counter current and co-current isothermal absorption and stripping of single
component – Operating Lines – Minimum flow rates – Determination of number of transfer units and
height of a continuous contact absorbers. Multistage absorption and determination of number plates –
absorption factor – Kremser – Brown equation.
UNIT - IV
Vapour, gas mixtures – Humidity and relative saturation. Dew point adiabatic saturation and wet
bulb temperatures – psychometric charts – Enthalpy of gas vapor mixtures – Humidification and
dehumidification – Operating lines and design of packed humidifiers, dehumidifiers and cooling towers,
Spray chambers.
UNIT - V
Drying – moisture contents of solids – equilibrium content, bound and unbound moisture
Drying conditions – Rate of batch drying and under constant drying conditions – Mechanism of batch
drying – Drying time of batch drying – through circulation drying – Description of batch and continuous
dryers. Crystallization, Crystallization equipment, principles of crystillization.
EXAMINATION : One question from each unit with internal choice.

TEXT BOOK : Mass Transfer operations, R.E. Treybal, 3rd Edition, McGraw Hill Book Co.(1981)

predictability of reaction rate from theory. Specific reaction rate constant. ( 1999) REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. EXAMINATION : One question from each unit with internal choice. Reactor combinations. Temperature dependent term of a rate equation: Temperature dependency from Arrhenious’ law. Size comparison of single reactors. Concentration dependent term of a rate equation. and Series only. Variables affecting the rate of reaction. Experimental methods for finding E – pulse. Homogeneous catalyzed reactions. Searching for a reaction mechanism from the rate law. Role of R T D. Non adiabatic operations. Searching for a mechanism. Variable volume batch reactor: Fractional change in volume of the system. UNIT – II Interpretation of Batch Reactor data: Constant volume batch reactor: Analysis of total pressure data. Examination : 70 Nature of Exam. Exothermic reactions in mixed flow reactors – a qualitative treatment. Heat effects. The convolution integral. John Wiley & Sons – Third edition 2. Temperature and Pressure effects for single reactions. TEXT BOOK: 1.M. Quantitative treatment of product distribution and of reactor size for irreversible simple reactions of parallel.202 Periods per week : 4 Sessionals : 30 Duration of Exam. Thermodynamics.T : 3. Kinetic models for Non elementary reaction: Testing kinetic models – Steady state approximation. Conversion in non. conversion.E. Recycle reactor. Moleculatity and order of Reaction. Elements of Chemical reaction Engineering – H. UNIT IV Design for multiple reactions: Introduction to multiple reactions. Smith. Holding time and space time for flow reactors. Optimum temperature progression. Exit age distribution of fluid. UNIT – V Basics of Non-Ideal flow. Kinetics of Homogeneous Reactions: Stoichiometric equation. and Reactions of shifting orders. Adiabatic Operations. : Theory UNIT – I Introduction to Chemical Reaction Engineering: Classification of Reactions. Collision theory and Transition state theory. Integral method of analysis. The residence time distribution ( R T D ). Steady state plug flow reactor. state of aggregation and earliness of mixing in determining reactor behaviour. Representation of elementary and non elementary reactions. Differential method of analysis. General graphical design procedure. Single and multiple reactions. Chemical Engineering Kinetics – J. Auto catalytic reactions – optimum recycle operation. step experiments. UNIT – III Introduction to Reactor Design. Partial analysis of the rate equation. Comparison of theories with Arrhenius’ law. Relationship between F and E curves. Auto catalytic reactions. Mc Graw – Hill . Third Edition ( 2002) 2. Ideal reactors for a single reaction: Ideal batch reactor. Steady state mixed flow reactor.ideal flow reactors. multiple reactions. CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING – I C. Equilibrium constants and equilibrium conversions from Thermodynamics. Definition of Reaction rate. Differential method of analysis of data. Heat of reaction from thermodynamics. Elementary and non elementary reactions. Prentice – Hall.Scott Fogler. Axial dispersion – fitting the dispersion model for small extents of dispersion and for large deviation from plug flow. Half life method. earliness of mixing. Design for single reactions. Third Edition. Fitting a rate law for the given reaction mechanism. Heat of reaction and Temperature. Series and Series-parallel reactions. Chemical Reaction Engineering – Octave Levenspiel. Equilibrium treatment. Multiple reactor systems. The rate equation and stoichiometric relations for a single phase reaction aA+bB Æ rR+sS. Qualitative discussion about product distribution for Parallel.( 1981) . Integral method of Analysis of data for single reaction. State of aggregation of the flowing stream. : 3 Hrs. Space time – space velocity. Reversible reactions.

 Runge – Kutta’s method.IV Probability: Definition conditional probability.  Euler’s  ethod.S. Mathematical Statistics – J.E. unit impulse function.T. UNIT .  Taylor  –  series  method. Grewal Khanna Publishers (2002) 2. Normal and Exponential distributions. Uniform. Addition and multiplication laws. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Baye’s theorem. UNIT – I Numerical  solution  to  ordinary  differential  equation. Integral Transforms vasishta. Derivatives and integrals of transforms periodic functions. Krishna Prakash Publishers Meerut (2000) REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. Moment generating function. Operational Mathematics Ruel V. : 3 Hrs.N. Higher Engineering Mathematics – B.K.Kapur .Kapur and H.203 Periods per week : 4 Sessionals : 30 Duration of Exam. Range’s method. Solution of partial differential equations (using Laplace transform methods) UNIT . Fundamentals of mathematical statistics – S C Gupta & V.C Saxena 3. Solution of differential equations and simultaneous differential equations. Random variables and distribution functions. Special functions step function. Modified Euler’s method. Sherwood and Reed McGraw Hill International Edition ( 1991) 3. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ANALYSIS C. EXAMINATION : One question from each Unit with internal choice. Dirac delta function.  UNIT . Poisson and Geometric distributions.III. UNIT .    Picards  method. : 3. 2. Applied Mathematics in Chemical Engineering Mickley.II Further properties. Bessel function Error function. Solution of integral equations.V Special distribution: Binomial. : Theory. Churchill. Examination : 70 Nature of Exam.

IOP. Heat Transfer to surfaces located above the Bed. Bubble growth and slugging. turndown efficiency of fluidized bed combustion.T. Publishing Ltd. size of fluidized bed combustion system. Estimation of Bed Dimensions and Fluidizing velocity. mixing and segregation of particles. (1989) REFERENCE BOOK: Fluidization Engineering. staging of the beds counter flow staging. minimum fluidization velocity and its. control of emission. Radioactive component. size range. interphase gas connective component. classification of particles according to Fluidization characteristics. Estimation of Bed – to surface Heat Transfer coefficient. circulating or ‘fast’ fluidized bed combustion systems. optimum size of a fluidized bed reactor. cross flow staging. DIAZO KUNLL & OCTAVE LEVENSPIEL. immersed tubes or components. Design for physical operation. Bubbling bed model ideal mixing stage model. Batch and continuous operation for Mass & Heat Transfer and Drying of solids UNIT IV Design of simple Fluidized Beds: Introduction. Equipment. determination. Wiley – International Edition. distinction between boiler and furnaces. UNIT – III Fluidized Bed Heat Transfer : Heat Transfer in Beds of Particles. combustion systems for solid fuels combustors and the first law of thermodynamics.(2002) . Heat Transfer between the Bed-Distributor. Packed Beds. particle convection component. Jhon Wiley & Sons. pressurized fluidized bed combustion. size and sharp. : 3 Hrs. : Theory. two resign models. J. Howard Adam Hilger. EXAMINATION : One question from each unit with internal choice.204 Periods per week : 4 Sessionals : 30 Duration of Exam. Bed – to surface heat transfer. solids transport. Fundamental fluidized bed behaviour. methods of starting up. Transport disengaging Height. Gas – to – particle heat transfer.II – 1) C. FLUIDIZATION ENGINEERING (E L E C T I V E . Diffusion model. combustion of fuel particles in a fluidized bed. UNIT – I Introduction: Processes involving contact between solid particles and a Fluid. Distributors. Fast fluidization circulating fluidized beds. Bed voidage. Heat removal requirements.. side walls. fluidized Bed combustion of solid fuels. UNIT – V Fluidized Bed Combustion: Introduction. General mechanism of mixing of particles. Examination : 70 Nature of Exam. NY. Davidson’s Medal. cooling tubes in the bed. UNIT – II Two – Phase Theory of fluidization: Bubbles and Fluidization Regimes. Heat removal from fluidized beds. Terminal velocity of particles. Bed expansion.E. Free surface. : 3. surface area of particles in a bed. TEXT BOOK : Fluidized Bed Technology (Principles & Applications). velocity of fluidizing gas. Particles and Fluidization: Physical properties of solid particles.R. Elutriation. Fluidized Beds advantages and disadvantages of fluidized beds for industrial applications. Power consumption. Bubble rise velocity. Mixing. size of inert particles in the bed. pressure drop across packed beds. transport disengaging height. Edition. Elutriation and Transport of solids.

In-line arrangement of towers. basic preventive and protective. safety problems in site selection. plant layout. drying. condemnation. Toxic gases. UNIT – 4 Effects of toxic Agents. Chemical hazards and worker safety. polymerization. double decomposition. chemicals and the eyes. Air supplied respirators. Hazard and operability studies. chemical and the skin. chemical and the respiratory tract. pilot plants.204 Periods per week : 4 Sectionals : 30 Duration of Exam : 3 hrs Examination : 70 Nature of Exam : Theory UNIT – 1 Why safety? What price safety. flow sheet review. who makes safety. paralysis dramatization and their prevention methods. batch or continuous processing reaction conditions. mixing materials. alkylation. work of MCA in accident prevention. physical state a factor in Exposure. special process. DOW Fire and explosion index. Safe control of the process variables-Definition and scope control of temperature in thermal systems. . self contained breathing apparatus. types and applications of respiratory protective devices. oxidation. some chemical “criminals”. the hazards and the lines of defense. hazard potential loop. UNIT – 2 Hazards of commercial chemical reactions. and unit planning. halogenations. examples of Inadequate protection. Basic principles. electrolysis. safety problems of plant layout. selection chart for respiratory protective devices. Safety aspects of site selection. size reduction. coupling fermentation. materials handling storage sections. nitration. exchanges. material factor general process hazard. hydrogenation. use of the guide words. calcinations. chemical Industry Injury Rates. introduction the technique of safe process design-separation sections. simultaneous heat and mass transfers (humidification. and medical aspects of respiratory protective devices. pumps and the main pipelines. Air purifying respirators. compressors. handling mass transfers. agitators. maintenance training . calculation of the DOW F & EI. the tools and techniques of defense. Hazards of commercials chemical operations-heat transfer. momentum transfer-phase separations based on fluid mechanics and their prevention methods. chemicals and digest ice tract. Organized labour interest in safety. Hydrolysis. reduction. SAFETY AND HAZARD ANALYSIS (ELECTIVE – II-4) CET : 3. safety education and training. respiratory Hazards and protection. evaporation and crystallizing) momentum transfer-pumps. UNIT – 3 Process design. recommendations for local union safety and occupational health comities. scale up instrumentation for safe operations. In-line arrangement of integrated processing units. amination. pressure containment analytical procedures for control of composition safety as part of process development- Evaluation of hazards. etherification. neutralization. drums. combustion. sulfonation.

Examination : One question from each unit with internal choice Text Books : 1.S.. john Wiley and sons Inc. water. Class-C Fires. mechanical integrity in design and installation. water and water based Extinguishing agents. Head protection.UNIT – 5 Other personal protective equipment.S. Class-B Fires. severity rate. dry chemicals. (1965) 2. portable fire extinguishers. criteria for effective measures. foam-water sprinkler systems. equipment covered by mechanical integrity. Safety and Accident prevention in chemical operations by Fawce TTHH and W. Portable Fire extinguishers. Ear protection.K. COULSON & RICHAD SON`S CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN. Aprons. anti freeze Extinguishers. Fire Extinguishing Agents and their applications. Fixed nozzles systems. Extinguishing Agents. Measuring safety effectiveness. carbon dioxide. a regulatory view of mechanical integrity. and specialized clothing.SINNOTT 3.ANDERS . Disabling injure index. soda and Acid Extinguishers. safe-t-score. The role of Mechanical Integrating in Chemical process safety. and methods of Application. CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY (learning from Case Histories)-1999. Class-A Fires. by ROY E. 3rd Ed.Wood. frequency rate. Gloves. Mechanical integrity in a chemical plant. mechanical integrity programs must be tailored to the specific site. classification of equipment by hazard potential. Mechanical foam. water spray. Safety footwear. Class-D Fires. 1999 by R. hose line systems. Disabling (Lost-time) injuries.

Allyl chloride routes and by Isomerization of propylene oxide. comparison of both the process. etc. pentanes & Hexanes Polymerisation:. Petroleum Refining:. Catalysts. Products. Isomerization with platinum catalyst.Fluidized Bed catalytic cracking. Chlorination and Pyrolysis method. Butadiene derivatives . Acetic Acid from oxidation of Naptha. Types of polymerizations. Anniline point. Isomerization:. Process variables.Aluminium Chloride Isomerisation process. Manufacturing of the following :. Ethyl alcohol by direct hydration method and liquid phase hydration method and its Applications.Purification of Butadiene. UNIT IV Propylene Derivatives:. UNIT III Ethylene Derivatives.Vinyl chloride Monomer. Nitroparaffins .Overall refining of crude petroleum. polymerization in presence of Phosphoric acid. Reactions of cracking .Manufacturing of following : Ethyl chloride. Naptha. Polypropylene.. smoke point.. PETROCHEMICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE II-5) CET : 3. Biological methods explaining the formation of crude. Isomerization of butane. flash point. . Acetone by catalytic dehydrogenation. Butadiene by oxidative dehydrogenation. cracking of paraffin’s. Dehydrogenation of Butanes. Defination of refining terms:. Derivatives of Higher Paraffin’s:. Vinyl Acetate Monomer.Alkylation reactions. Ethylene Oxide and its Applications. production of Gasoline Kerosene and Lubricating oils. Polyethylene.Manufacturing of Butadiene from n-Butylene. Separation of Paraffins. Hydrofluoric acid process.List of important products as ethylene derivatives. Inorganic theories. (b). 204 Periods per week : 4 SESSIONALS : 30 Duration of Exam: 3 Hrs. EXAMINATION: 70 Nature of Exam : Theory Unit I Origin and formation of petroleum:. Pyrolysis of carbon tetra chloride. Unit II Rebuilding of Hydrocarbons and techniques involved: Naptha cracking :-Definition of cracking. Mechanism of polymerization. Perchloroethylene by (a). Sulphuric acid process. Feedstock. Glycerin by Acrolein. cetane number. Diesel Index. Types of cracking .Manufacturing of following: Isopropyl Alcohol.API Gravity. polymerization in presence of sulphuric acid. Types of Naptha. Styrene. description of cracking reactor. fire point. Derivatives of C4 Hydrocarbons:.Organic theories. Octane number. Composition and applications of crude. Propylene Oxide. Alkylation:.

Modern Petroleum Engineering. Effect of Pressure. Handwerk Marcel Dekker.. Hand Book of Petroleum Refining Process by Robert A Meyers. Modern Petroleum Refining processes by Dr. Oxford and IBH Publishing Pvt. Temperature and Catalyst on Dehydrogenation process. 6. Olefins of C6. EXAMINATION: One question from each unit with internal choice. Types of Catalyst. Olefins of C5.5 Ed. Purification of Aromatics.Waddamms. Long Chain Olefins. London. 7. INC. Chemicals from Petroleum by A. Umash Publications.Nelson. Separation of Aromatics from Non-Aromatics.Sources of Aromatics Compounds. Books Recommended: 1. New Delhi -110006. Petroleum Refining (Technology and Economics) by James. 5. and production of Straight Chain Olefins.Gary & Glenn E. 2. Newyork and Basel. Polymer Gasoline’s. Petroleum Technology by List H.L. 3. Petroleum Refining and Petro Chemicals by N. Derivatives of Aromatics:. McGraw-Hill. W. Ltd. 4th. 4. ELBS the English language books society and john Marry.H.K. Production of Aromatics.L . and Separation of Aromatics into individual streams.L.Unit V Derivatives of Higher Paraffins: Manufacturing of Isoprene.K.Bhaskar Rao. B.Sinha. Nath market. McGraw Hill.

frequency and pulse testing. IAE. Coughanowr. UNIT .II. Ideal transfer functions of proportional. Negative and Positive feed back control systems. first order system in series. ITAE. Chemical Process Control. (1990). interacting and non- interacting systems. Tata McGraw – Hill Ltd. Transfer Function. physical examples of first order systems. : Theory. Ziegler – Nicholas and Cohen-Coon tuning methods. 3.E. : 3. McGraw Hill Inc.T. second order systems and for controllers and transportation lag. 2.205 Periods per week : 4 Sessionals : 30 Duration of Exam. Raven. (1991). Development of Block diagram. response of first order systems in series. critically damped. Automatic Control Engineering : F. Closed loop transfer functions for servo & regulator problems. impulse and sinusoidal forcing functions. Automatic Process Control : Donald Eckmann. Servo and Regulatory control problems.IV. Characteristics and valve Positioner. Introduction. Donald R. PI. : 3 Hrs. McGraw Hill Ltd. PD and PID Controllers. impulse. 4. 5. Root Locus: concept of root locus. UNIT . Examination : 70 Nature of Exam. EXAMINATION : One question from each unit with internal choice. Controller Tuning: ISE. control valves – Construction sizing. Bode stability criterion. Wiley Eastern Ltd.III. Process Control : Peter Harriott. sinusoidal forcing function.H. Transient response to step. UNIT . Transient response of control system from root locus plot. UNIT . . UNIT . plotting of the root locus diagram for feedback control systems. Stability of a control system by Routh’s Criterion. Prentice-Hall of India. George Stephanopoulos. linearization. measurement lags. TEXT BOOK : Process Systems Analysis and Control. 2nd edition. Control Systems Engineering : I J Nagrath & M Gopal. Advanced control strategies: Cascade Control and Feed Forward Control. Control systems. Transportation lag. Transient response of simple control systems for servo and regulator problems.I. Response of First order system. Frequency response: Bode diagrams for first order. over damped systems to step. Dynamics and control of Heat Exchangers (Lumped and Distributed parameter systems) and pH Process. Controllers and final control elements. Response of second order systems: Transient response of under damped. mixing process. concept of time constant. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1.IV. liquid level. Overall Transfer functions for multi loop control systems. process identification by step. Gain margin and phase margin. Reduction of physical control systems to block diagrams. PROCESS DYNAMICS & CONTROL C.

Measurements of pressure and vacuum measurement of liquid level.C. Donald P. Ltd. Heat treatment of carbon steels UNIT . Light and electromagnetic spectrum. Luminescence.1. infraied. mass spectroscopy. Lynch. Elastic and plastic Anelastic and viscoelastic behaviour of materials. Materials science and engineering A first course by Reghavan V. Thermal Protection. TEXT BOOKS : 1. piezoelectric materials and transducers. New Delhi second edition ( 2000) . Opacity. 1979. Optical behaviour of materials: Introduction. Thermal Expansion. Transparency. optical fibers. Stimulated emission of Radiation. Industrial Instrumentation. UNIT . Thermal Radiation.I PHASE DIAGRAMS: Introduction: Equilibrium phase diagrams of Binary alloy systems.206 Periods per week : 4 Sessionals : 30 Duration of Exam. Practical Hand Book of Materials Science by Charles T. Thermal behaviour of materials: Introduction. Ternary phase equilibrium diagram phase transformation processes – Principles of Nucleation and growth. (1950). Applications. Transmission and reflection of light. Bimetallic. Elements of Instruments. photoelectric and optical pyrometers. Thermal Conductivity. Eckman. Manas Chanda Vol. Hardness. Industrial thermocouples.. UNIT – V. Principles of industrial Instrumentation by D Patranabis. CRC Press Inc Boca Ration.II. Thermal stresses and Thermal stock resistance of Engineering materials. Emission Spectroscopy. Basic concepts of response of First and Second order type instruments. Ceramic magnetic materials.C Graw Hill International editions. Florida ( 1996 ) 3. Static and Dynamic characteristics. New Delhi. Graw – Hill Publishing Co Ltd. Gas analysis by Thermal conductivity. Gas and liquid chromatograph. Refractometer. fracture and fatigue behaviors and strengthening mechanism in solids. 3rd edition New Delhi ( 1993) 2. UV and x – ray. Radiation. Analysis of moisture in gases. Measurement systems application and design by Ernest O Doebelin M. : 3. Prentice – Hall of India PVT. EXAMINATION : One question from each unit with internal choice. Absorption. : Theory.2&3 Macmillan Co. Radiation receiving elements. Creep. Ceramic materials: Introduction: Electrical. Thermocouple leads wires and thermal wells. lasers. Magnetic Properties: Introduction: Magnetic Anisotropy and Hysteresis Soft and Hard magnetic material. Reflection. Wiley-Eastern Ltd. Time – Temperature – Transformation( T – T – T ) diagram.IV. Mechanical and thermal properties of ceramic materials. Composition analysis - Spectroscopic analysis by absorption. Phase transformation in Iron-Carbon System. pressure spring thermometer.T. Industrial resistance and Digital thermometers. Science of Engineering Materials. 4th edition ( 1999) 4. UNIT . 2. Color measurement by spectrometers.III. : 3 Hrs.. Tata M. Heat flux sensors Fibre – Optic sensors. Polarograph. dew point method. Mercury in glass thermometer. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.E.. Wet bulb & dry bulb thermometer. Ferroelectric materials. Examination : 70 Nature of Exam. Mechanical Properties of Materials – Introduction. MATERIAL SCIENCE & INSTRUMENTS C. UNIT .

Determination of pneumatic valve characteristics 8. Determination ( a ) transfer function from dynamic study and ( b ) effect of PID controller parameters on closed loop servo response by computer controlled liquid level system. Determination of order. interaction. : 4 Hrs. 15. Determination of second order under damped characteristics from the dynamics of manometer 7. 9. time constants of two tanks non-interacting liquid level system 6. b) Study of dynamics of heat exchanger Study of open loop response of to predict controller settings by Cohen & Coon tuning rules & Ziegler Nichols tuning rules using the temperature contr . 16. Evaluation of model based nonlinear control on continuous bioreactor with input multiplicities. dynamic error and dynamic lag of a first order system 2. Determination of time constant. a) Calculation of overall heat transfer coefficient and effectiveness of the given heat exchanger. Determination of ( a ) transfer and ( b ) frequency response from dynamic study and Evaluation of servo response for step and sinusoidal changes with PID controller by computer controlled of temperature system 12.207 Periods per week : 4 Sessionals : 25 Duration of Exam. Determination of order time constants. Determination of transfer function from open loop response and evaluation of feed back controller tuning by Zeigler-Nicolas and Cohen Coon Methods in computer controlled liquid flow system. time constant. PROCESS DYNAMICS AND CONTROL LAB. Determination of thermal response of jacketed stirred tank. Determination of time constant of single capacity liquid level systems 4. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS (Minimum of 8 Experiments in the list are to be performed) 1. Determination of thermal response of fluidized bed 10. time constants. dynamic error and dynamic lag of a second order systems 3. interaction effective time constants of interacting liquid level system 5. dynamic lag and dynamic error of process lag (weir meter) 11. Determination of order. 14. Determination of order. effective time constants. Examination : 50 Nature of Exam : Practical. Determination of ( a ) transfer function and ( b ) Bode plot from dynamic studies of computer controlled of pressure systems 13. CEP : 3.

Mass Transfer with Chemical Reaction: (solid – Liquid Reaction System) To find the mass transfer co-efficient without chemical reaction and with chemical reaction.0 : To determine the rate constant and to verify the order of reaction by integral method of analysis 13. CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING LAB.0 : To determine the rate constant and to verify the order of reaction by differential method of analysis. R T D Studies in Tubular Column To determine the variance of residence time distribution and the dispersion number in a tubular column 9. 16. Mass Transfer with Chemical Reaction: (Liquid – Liquid Reaction System) To find out the mass transfer coefficient in a stirred cell: With chemical reaction and without chemical reaction. 10. 4. Studies in Batch Reactor: With Equimolar Feed ( M = 1) : To determine the rate constant and to verify the order of reaction by differential method of analysis. Studies in Tubular Reactors in series: To verify the performance of the reactor sections connected in series. Determination of residence time distributions for a given mixed flow reactors in series. 6. Studies in Batch Reactor: With feed of Initial molar ratio (M) ≠ 1. 12. 2. Studies in Tubular Reactor: To determine the rate constant and to verify the order of reaction from performance of the reactor. Studies in Batch Reactor: With Equimolar Feed ( M = 1) : To determine the rate constant and to verify the order of reaction by integral method of analysis 11. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS (Minimum of 8 Experiments in the list are to be performed) 1. Studies in Mixed Flow Reactors in series: To compare the actual & ideal performances of a Reaction system. Examination : 50 Nature of Exam : Practical. Studies in Mixed Flow Reactor (C F S T R) : To find kinetics from reactor performance of CFSTR 3. 15. Studies in Batch Reactor for Partial method of analysis for a reversible reaction with effect of excess reactant on forward reaction 14. Studies in Batch Reactor: With feed of Initial molar ratio (M) ≠ 1. 8. . R T D Studies in Packed bed reactor: To determine the axial mixing (axial dispersion) in the packed column. : 4 Hrs. CEP : 3. Studies in Batch Reactor: To find the Arrhenius form of temperature dependency of reaction.208 Periods per week : 4 Sessionals : 25 Duration of Exam. 7. 5. Studies in Batch Adiabatic Reactor: to determine the kinetics of an exothermic reaction from the Temperature of the reaction system.