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# AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS ANNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY CHENNAI C H E N N A I 600 113 REGULATIONS - 2010 CURRICULUM I TO IV SEMESTERS (FULL TIME) M.E.

THERMAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER I Code No Theory 281106 223101 223102 223103 223104 E1 Practical 223151 Course Title Applied Mathematics for Thermal Engineers Advanced Heat Transfer Advanced Thermodynamics Advanced Engineering Fluid Mechanics Fuels and Combustion Elective I Thermal Engineering Lab Total L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 18 T 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 C 4 4 4 3 3 3 1 22

LIST OF ELECTIVES FOR M.E THERMAL ENGINEERING Code No 223071 223072 223073 221082 223074 223075 223076 223077 223078 223079 223080 221074 221075 223081 223082 221087 223083 223084 223085 223086 223087 223088 223090 223089 Course Title Renewable Energy Systems Advanced Internal Combustion Engineering Turbomachines Computational Fluid Dynamics Cryogenic Engineering Refrigeration Machinery and components Fans, Blowers and Compressors Food Processing, Preservation and Transport Nuclear Engineering Industrial Ref rigeration Systems Refrigeration Systems Design Gas Turbine Power Plants Space Propulsion Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in Engines Boundary Layer Theory and Turbulence Fuel Cell Technology Design of Thermal Systems Combustion Engineering Energy conservation in Thermal Systems Advanced Power Plant Engineering Steam Generator Technology Fluidized Bed Systems Design of Heat Exchangers Advanced Thermal Storage Technologies L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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APPLIED MATHEMATICS FOR THERMAL ENGINEERS

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UNIT I APPLICATIONS OF FOURIER TRANSFORM 9 Fourier Transform methods – one-dimensional heat conduction problems in infinite and semi-infinite rod – Laplace Equation – Poisson Equation. UNIT II CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS 9 Concept of variation and its properties – Euler’s equation – Functionals dependant on first and higher order derivatives – Functionals dependant on functions of several independent variables – Variational problems with moving boundaries – Direct methods – Ritz and Kantorovich methods. UNIT III CONFORMAL MAPPING AND APPLICATIONS 9 The Schwarz- Christoffel Transformation – Transformation Of Boundaries In Parametric Form – Physical Applications:Fluid Flow And Heat Flow Problems. UNIT IV FINITE DIFFERENCE METHODS FOR PARABOLIC EQUATIONS 9

One dimensional parabolic equation – Explicit and Crank-Nicolson Schemes – Thomas Algorithm – Weighted average approximation – Dirichlet and Neumann conditions – Two dimensional parabolic equations – ADI method. UNIT V FINITE DIFFERENCE METHODS FOR ELLIPTIC EQUATIONS 9

Solutions of Laplace and Poisson equations in a rectangular region – Finite difference in polar coordinates – Formulae for derivatives near a curved boundary while using a square mesh. L +T: 45+15 = 60PERIODS TEXT BOOKS : 1. Mitchell A.R. and Griffith D.F., The Finite difference method in partial differential equations, John Wiley and sons, New York (1980). 2. Sankara Rao, K., Introduction to Partial Differential Equations, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi (1997). 3. Gupta, A.S., Calculus of Variations with Applications, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi (1997). REFERENCES: 1. Spiegel, M.R., Theory and Problems of Complex Variables and its Application (Schaum’s Outline Series), McGraw Hill Book Co., Singapore (1981). 2. Andrews, L.C. and Shivamoggi, B.K., Integral Transforms for Engineers, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi (2003). 3. Elsgolts, L., Differential Equations and the Calculus of Variations, MIR Publishers, Moscow (1973). 4. Mathews, J.H. and Howell, R.W., Complex Analysis for Mathematics and Engineering, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi (1997). 5. Morton, K.W. and Mayers, D.F. Numerical solution of partial differential equations, Cambridge University press, Cambridge (2002).

6. Jain, M. K., Iyengar, S. R. K. and Jain, R. K. “ Computational Methods for Partial Differential Equations”, New Age International (P) Ltd., 2003.

and DeWitt. UNIT IV NUMERICAL METHODS IN HEAT TRANSFER 9 Finite difference formulation of steady and transient heat conduction problems – discretization schemes – explicit . Holman. 2002.turbulent boundary layer heat transfer . 1995.P.three-dimensional heat conduction equations . REFERENCES: 1.223101 • • • L T P C 3 1 0 4 To develop the ability to use the heat transfer concepts for various applications like finned systems. 2002.P.Gas radiation and radiation heat transfer in enclosures containing absorbing and emitting media – interaction of radiation with conduction and convection. UNIT V MASS TRANSFER AND ENGINE HEAT TRANSFER CORRELATION 8 Mass transfer . Ozisik. UNIT II TURBULENT FORCED CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER 10 Momentum and energy equations .compressors and turbines. To analyse the thermal analysis and sizing of heat exchangers and to learn the heat transfer coefficient for compact heat exchanges. . Heat Transfer – A Basic Approach.Crank Nicolson and fully implicit schemes . Heat and Mass Transfer. R. Colburn. 2002 3. Yadav.. Nag. P.analogy between heat and momentum transfer – Reynolds.K.P. Heat Transfer. Heat Transfer.extended surface heat transfer . 1985 2. M.J.turbulence model – k Є model .N. McGraw-Hill Co. high speed flows.heat transfer correlations in various applications like I.conduction with moving boundaries . Oxford University Press. Incropera F. ADVANCED HEAT TRANSFER UNIT I CONDUCTION AND RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER 10 One dimensional energy equations and boundary condition . D... Heat Transfer. 2004 4.. Tata Mc Graw Hill.vaporization of droplets .mixing length concept . John Wiley & Sons.P. To achieve an understanding of the basic concepts of phase change processes and mass transfer.radiation in gases and vapour.. engines . Fundamentals of Heat & Mass Transfer.C. 2.boiling – pool and flow boiling . Tata McGraw-Hill.S.control volume formulation -steady one-dimensional convection and diffusion problems calculation of the flow field – SIMPLER Algorithm. UNIT III PHASE CHANGE HEAT TRANSFER AND HEAT EXCHANGER 8 Condensation with shears edge on bank of tubes . TOTAL (L – 45 + T – 15): 60 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1.high speed flows. Central Publishing House.combined heat and mass transfers . turbulence flows.compact heat exchangers. Prandtl turbulent flow in a tube .heat exchanger -Є – NTU approach and design procedure . Ghoshdastidar.

Fundamental property relations for systems of variable composition. Bejan. Third Edition. J. . Sonntag.thermodynamic probability . Thermodynamics.. UNIT III CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS AND EQUILIBRIUM 10 Thermochemistry . 3.degeneracy of energy levels .Equilibrium constant for gaseous mixtures evaluation of equilibrium composition.T. F. Advanced Thermodynamics for Engineers. H.. 2. partion function. R.First law analysis of reacting systems .Gibbs phase rule for non – reactive components. 1987. Generalized relations for changes in entropy ... REFERENCES : 1. formulations.m.. Fourth Edition. Fermi – Diarc and Bose – Einstein statistics . and Salinger G. Sears. Joule – Thomson coefficient. Holman. and Van Wylen.C. Smith. McGraw – Hill Inc. Narosa Publishing House. Availability analysis of simple cycles. McGraw – Hill Inc. John Wiley and Sons. and Van Ness. Maxwell relations. 1988. 4. 1993.W. UNIT II REAL GAS BEHAVIOUR AND MULTI – COMPONENT SYSTEMS 10 Different equations of state – fugacity – compressibility . John Wiley and Cons.. McGraw – Hill Inc... G. Thermodynamic potentials. Thermodynamics in Materials Science. 1993.irreversibility and second – law efficiency for a closed system and steady – state control volume. evaluation of entropy. UNIT IV STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS 8 Microstates and Macrostates . New Delhi.principle of corresponding States .Maxwell – Boltzman. 1991. UNIT V IRREVERSIBLE THERMODYNAMICS 7 Conjugate fluxes and forces .Criterion for reaction equilibrium.Partial molar properties. 1995. 3. Fourth Edition. calculation of the Macroscopic properties from partition functions.microscopic interpretation of heat and work. Kenneth Wark Jt.Bridgeman tables for thermodynamic relations.internal energy and enthalpy .M.entropy production Onsager’s reciprocity relations thermo – electric phenomena. 1988.P.Ideal solution of real gases and liquid . 2.Second law analysis of reacting systems . R.Adiabatic flame temperature .equilibrium in multi phase systems . Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics.Use of generalized charts for enthalpy and entropy departure fugacity coefficient.activity .223102 UNIT I ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS LTPC 3 003 AVAILABILITY ANALYSIS AND THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTY RELATIONS 10 Reversible work .I. J.Lee – Kesler generalized three parameter tables. DeHotf.availability . TOTAL (L – 45 + T – 15): 60 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS : 1. Thermodynamics. Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics.Real gas mixtures .. Classical and Statistical Themodynamics. Third Edition.E. A.. Introduction to Thermodynamics.entropy change of reacting systems .generalized relations for Cp and CV Clausius Clayperon equation. McGrew – Hill Inc.. Kinetic Theory and Statistical Thermodynamics.

.. New Delhi. Postulational and Statistical Thermodynamics. Allied Publisher Limited.C. Y. 1999.V.Rao.

E. K. and Carruthers.W.B.. 1998. UNIT II POTENTIAL FLOW THEORY 12 Rotational and irrorational flows . Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. Arnold Publishers.displacement and momentum thickness .Kutta – Zhukovsky theorem. Fluid Mechanics.friction factor . NewYork.Pressure distribution over stationery and rotating cylinders in a uniform flow magnus effect .223103 ADVANCED ENGINEERING FLUID MECHANICS L T P C 3 0 0 3 AIM: To introduce the advanced concepts of fluid mechanics and aerodynamics with the emphasis on practical applications.differential and integral forms – equations of motion momentum and energy and their engineering applications. Boston.Thin airfoil theory – generalized airfoil theory for cambered and flapped airfoils.Turbulent flow . diamond) using gas tables TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. WCB McGraw Hill. UNIT I BASIC EQUATIONS OF FLOW 6 Three dimensional continuity equation .Streeter.Munson. K.velocity distribution in turbulent flows in smooth and rough boundaries ..F.Poiseuille’s equation for flow through circular pipes. McGraw Hill.L. T...L. 2. New . 2001.. Eurasia Publishing House.Houghten. 1993.H. Anderson. wedge.Conformal transformation to analyze the flow over flat plate.Kumar. D.L.Pipes in series and parallel – transmission of power through pipes. REFERENCES: 1. • To represent the real solid shapes by suitable flow patterns and to analyze the same for aerodynamics performances. V. • To understand the changes in properties in compressible flow and shock expansion. Boston. Aerodynamics for Engineering Students.laminar and turbulent boundary layers in flat plates .D. B. cylinder.Moody diagram – losses during flow through pipes. John Wiley and Sons Inc.. OBJECTIVES: • To understand the laws of fluid flow for ideal and viscous fluids. N.laminar sub layer. Wylie. 1990 3. UNIT IV BOUNDARY LAYER CONCEPT 9 Boundary Layer .circulation – vorticity .stream and potential functions for standard flows and combined flows – representation of solid bodies by flow patters.Complex potential functions. UNIT III VISCOUS FLOW THEORY 9 Laminar and turbulent Flow .. Young.smooth and rough Pipes . Fundamentals of Aerodynamics. and Okiisi.R.B. oval body and airfoils. Engineering Fluid Mechanics..laminar flow between parallel plates . E. J. and Bedford.Darcy Weisbach equation for flow through circular pipe .. UNIT V COMPRESSIBLE FLUID FLOW 9 One dimensional compressible fluid flow – flow through variable area passage – nozzles and diffusers – fundamentals of supersonics – normal and oblique shock waves and calculation of flow and fluid properties over solid bodies (like flat plate.

Liquefaction of Solid Fuels.Limits of Inflammability. 2002 223104 UNIT I FUELS AND COMBUSTION C H AR AC T E R I Z AT I O N L T P C 3 0 0 3 8 Fuels .Calculations .Petroleum Fractions .Coking & Caking Coals Renewable Solid Fuels Biomass .Calorific Value .Biogas .Pulsating & Slow Combustion Explosive Combustion.LPG .Fluidized Bed Firing . Flash & Fire Point.Agro Fuels Manufactured Solid Fuels.Vaporizing Burners.DuLong’s Formula for CV Estimation . Atomizing Burners .Digesters . UNIT IV C O M B US T I O N : S T O I C H I O ME T R Y & K I N E T I C S 12 Stoichiometry .Determination of Properties of Fuels Fuels Analysis .Flame Temperature Theoretical.Fixed Bed & Recycled Bed .Non .Delhi. Cetane Number etc. Specific Gravity.Ignition & Ignition Energy .Properties .Methane .Surface or Flameless Combustion .Types and Characteristics of Fuels .Composition & Properties .Tar Sand Oil . (b) L i q u i d F u els Types .Producer Gas Gasifiers .Vibrating Grate Stokers Sprinkler Stokers.Washability .Economics. Adiabatic & Actual .Types .Alcohols . Oil Burners .Viability .Wood Waste .Spontaneous Combustion Flame Propagation .Solid. UNIT III G AS E O US F UE L S 7 Classification .Classification .Calorific Value . Mechanism of Combustion .Wobbe Index .Factors Affecting Burners & .Foul & Sweet NG .Atmospheric Gas Burners .Burners Classification according to Flame Structures .Calorimetry .Fuel & Flue Gas Compositions . UNIT V C O M B US T I O N E Q U I P ME NT S 8 Coal Burning Equipments .Reactions .Proximate and Ultimate Analysis .Excess Air Calculation .Submerged Combustion . Octane Number.LNG .Design of Burners.Coal Family .Town Gas .CNG .Gasification Efficiency .Coal Gasification .Cyclone Firing . Gas Burners .ROM. Traveling Grate Stokers.Bulk & Apparent Density .Moisture Determination .Calorific Value.Combustion Processes .Rapid Methods .Storage .Thermal Route .Refining .Stationary Flame . Liquid & Gaseous Fuels Combustion .Gas Calorimeter.Water Gas .Ranking .Ignition Limits .Spreader Stokers . .Flue gas Analysis .Mass Basis & Volume Basis .Air Aspiration Gas Burners .Sources .Gross & Net Calorific Values .Natural Gas .Pulverized Coal Firing .Orsat Apparatus .Estimation of Calorific Value .Dry & Wet Natural Gas Stripped NG . DMMF. DAF and Bone Dry Basis . UNIT II S O L I D F UE L S & L I Q U I D F UE L S 10 (a) Solid Fuels Types .Properties of Liquid Fuels .Fuel & Ash Storage & Handling Spontaneous Ignition Temperatures. Rich & Lean Gas .

Combustion. TOTAL : 45 PERIOD S : .

TEXT BOOKS nd 1. 2 Edition. Tata Mcgraw Hill. Blokh AG. Calculations in Furnace Technology. 1966 2. Tata Mcgraw Hill.Heat Transfer in Steam Boiler Furnace. Vora Stoichiometry. Fuels & Combustion. Oxford. Orient Longman. 1984 3. Fuels & Combustion. Samir Sarkar. Hemisphere Publishing Corpn. 1990 2. Sharma SP. 1988. Bhatt. Mohan Chander. Pergamon Press. 2 nd Edition. REFERENCES : 1. 1984 . Civil Davies.

Non-IBR Boiler test rig 11. Solar flat plate water heater test rig 8. Performance study in a refrigeration and heat pump systems 6. Refrigeration cum Heat Pump test rig 7. 5. Properties of fuel oils. 4. Performance study in a cooling tower 5. Smoke meter 4. 2. Instruments for measuring solid / liquid / gas fuels properties 9. biogas Solar Radiation measurement Boiler efficiency testing Performance of Heat Exchangers Study on Fuel Cell Systems Study on Thermal Storage Systems Equipments Required: 1. Heat exchanger test rig TOTAL : 60 PERIODS . Performance test on Spark Ignition engines. Performance Study in a solar water heater CYCLE 2 1. 2. 4. Emission measurement in Spark Ignition and Compression Ignition Engines. Variable Compression ratio petrol and diesel engines 5. 3. 3.223151 CYCLE 1 THERMAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY LTPC 0 0 33 1. Cooling tower test rig 6. Performance test on variable compression ratio petrol and diesel engines. Solar Radiation measuring instruments 10. biomass. Mutlicyclinder Automotive Engine 2. 6. CO/HC/Nox Analysers 3.

Wind Energy Conversion systems.D. Non Conventional Energy Sources.223071 RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS L TPC 3 0 0 3 UNIT I INTRODUCTION 7 World energy use – Reserves of energy resources – Environmental aspects of energy utilisation – Renewable energy scenario in India – Potentials – Achievements – Applications. 1990. 2. Power for a Sustainable Future. UNIT III WIND ENERGY 8 Wind data and energy estimation – Types of wind energy systems – Performance – Details of wind turbine generator – Safety and Environmental Aspects. UK. 5. New Delhi. Godfrey Boyle.N. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Solar Energy – Fundamentals Design. UNIT V OTHER RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES 12 Tidal energy – Wave energy – Open and closed OTEC Cycles – Small hydro – Geothermal energy – Fuel cell systems.W. L. Rai. Johnson Gary. G. Twidell. 1986.P. Prentice Hall. 1985. Tiwari. J. Solar Energy.. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. EFN Spon Ltd.. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 2. 2002. UNIT II SOLAR ENERGY 10 Solar thermal – Flat plate and concentrating collectors – Solar heating and cooling techniques – Solar desalination – Solar Pond – Solar cooker – Solar thermal power plant – Solar photo voltaic conversion – Solar cells – PV applications. New Delhi. A. New York. Sukhatme. Narosa Publishing House. . Prentice Hall. G. UNIT IV BIOMASS ENERGY 8 Biomass direct combustion – Biomass gasifier – Biogas plant – Ethanol production – Bio diesel – Cogeneration – Biomass applications. 4. 1997. Oxford University Press. UK.. Freris. 1996. 1999. Wind Energy Systems. U. & Weir. New Delhi. 3.K. Khanna Publishers. Renewable Energy. S.L. L. Renewable Energy Sources. Modelling and applications..

2002.Properties. spray penetration and evaporation – air motion – Introduction to Turbo charging. 2. TMH. II Edition.I. K. Duffy Smith. UNIT IV ALTERNATIVE FUELS 9 Alcohol. Natural Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas.K. UNIT III POLLUTANT FORMATION AND CONTROL 9 Pollutant – Sources – Formation of carbon monoxide. Combustion Engines. 2002. Direct injection – Stages of combustion – Normal and abnormal combustion – factors affecting knock – Combustion chambers. UNIT II COMPRESSION IGNITION ENGINES 9 States of combustion in C. Inc. Engine Modifications. Scitech Publications. NOx.B. The Good Heart Willox Company. Multipoint injection. Total No.. Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals. Ramalingam. Smoke and Particulate matter – Methods of controlling Emissions – Catalytic converters and Particulate Traps – Methods of measurements and Introduction to emission norms and Driving cycles. Merits and Demerits as fuels.P. Engine – Direct and indirect injection systems – Combustion chambers – Fuel spray behaviour – spray structure. Sharma. 1998 . Anemometry. R. 3. UNIT V RECENT TRENDS 9 Lean Burn Engines – Stratified charge Engines – homogeneous charge compression ignition engines – Plasma Ignition – Measurement techniques – laser Doppler. Internal combustion Engines. Ganesan.Mathur and R.223072 ADVANCED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINEERING LTPC 3 0 0 3 UNIT I SPARK IGNITION ENGINES 9 Spark ignition Engine mixture requirements – Fuel – Injection systems – Monopoint. V. Hydrogen. Unburnt hydrocarbon. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. auto fuel Systems. of periods :45 TEXT BOOK 1. Int. Suitability.

flame stability – fuel injection nozzles. performance and applications of Turbomachines in the minds of the students.Energy transfer between fluid and rotor velocity triangles for a generalized turbomachine methods of representing velocity diagrams .Basics of Fanno and Rayleigh flow.stage loading and flow coefficients .II CENTRIFUGAL AND AXIAL FLOW COMPRESSORS 9 Centrifugal compressor .Working principles of Turbojet.223073 AIM: TURBOMACHINES L T P C 3 0 0 3 To instil the working principles.pressure ratio.cooling of combustion chamber.stage parameters.Basics of normal and oblique shock waves. Turbofan. thermal and propulsive efficiencies.Use of gas tables.IV AXIAL AND RADIAL FLOW TURBINES 9 Elementary theory of axial flow turbines .operating characteristics of diffuser and Nozzle. mechanical.V GAS TURBINE AND JET ENGINE CYCLES 9 Gas turbine cycle analysis – simple and actual – Reheater.free vortex theory – performance curves.work input factor – ideal and actual work . UNIT.Matching of components. UNIT – III COMBUSTION CHAMBER 6 Basics of combustion and chamber – chamber arrangements .static and stagnation properties – area ratio – mass flow rate – critical properties . To understand the structural and functional aspects of major components of Turbomachines.multi-staging . Scarmjet and Pulsejet Engines and cycle analysis – thrust. To understand the applications of Turbomachines to gas turbine power plants and aerospace propulsion.configuration and working – slip factor .degree of reaction in turbo-machines – various efficiencies – isentropic. Ramjet. UNIT.pressure coefficient . specific impulse.stage temperature and pressure ratios – single and twin spool arrangements – performance.Radial flow turbines. sfc.degree of reaction .Axial flow compressor – geometry and working – velocity diagrams – ideal and actual work – stage pressure ratio .I INTRODUCTION 12 Basics of isentropic flow – diffuser and nozzle configurations . Swirl for stability . polytropic etc.Euler turbine equation and its different forms . UNIT. Regenerator and Intercooled cycles. Various types of subsonic and supersonic inlets. thermal. Blade Cooling. OBJECTIVES: • • • To introduce the energy transfer process in Turbomachines and governing equations of various forms. Turboprop. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS . UNIT.

Gas Turbines and Propulsive Systems. Dhanpat Rai Publications. Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion. Gas Turbines. Gas Turbine Theory. 2. REFERENCES: 1. H. G F C and Saravanmotto. McGraw Hill. Rogers. 2003.Mattingly J D. 1st Edition. 1997. H I H. 1970. Ganesan. 2.. Addition-Wesley.Cohen. 1999.Hill P G and Peterson C R. . John Wiely. Tata McGrawHill.. Elements of Gas turbine Propulsion. V.P. Khajuria P.TEXT BOOKS: 1. 5th Edition 2001.R and Dubey S. 3.

Initial and Boundary conditions.. Newyork. SIMPLE Procedure of Patankar and spalding. Finite difference method.H. 1984. USA. D. 1987.A. Hemisphere Publishing Corporation.B. K. Numerical Errors.221082 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS L T P C 3 0 0 3 UNIT I Governing Differential Equation and Finite Difference Method 10 Classification. Tannehill. Ghoshdasdidar. Prediction of fluid flow and heat transfer using standard codes. New Delhi.Patankar “Numerical heat transfer fluid flow”. UNIT IV Convection Heat Transfer and FEM 10 Steady One-Dimensional and Two-Dimensional Convection – Diffusion.. “Computational Techniques for Fluid Dynamics 2” Specific Techniques for Different Flow Categories. Stream Function – Verticity method. 6. UNIT V Turbulence Models 5 Algebraic Models – One equation model.. TOTAL 45 PERIODS . C.A. P. Subas. 8. Two-dimensional Transient Problems. Springer – Verlag. Finite difference approach. Muralidhar. Taylor. 1995. R.K. T. V. Initial and Boundary value problems. C. Anderson. 2. 1997. REFERENCES 1. K . Computation of Boundary layer flow.X. 1981. 5. Standard and High and Low Reynolds number models. Unsteady onedimensional convection – Diffusion. 3. UNIT III Incompressible Fluid Flow 10 Governing Equations. “Computational fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer “ Hemisphere Publishing Corporation.J. Fletcher.I. Unsteady two-dimensional convection – Diffusion – Introduction to finite element method – Solution of steady heat conduction by FEM – Incompressible flow – Simulation by FEM. T. UNIT II Conduction Heat Transfer 10 Steady one-dimensional conduction. U. J. Grid Independence Test.. “Computational Techniques for Fluid Dynamics 1” Fundamental and General Techniques.. Bose. “Computer Simulation of flow and heat transfer” Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Backward difference. Central. Two and Three dimensional steady state problems. Determination of pressure for viscous flow. J..J.A. C and Hughes. 1980. 7. and Pletcher. Springer – Verlag. Narosa Publishing House.∈ Models. Transient one-dimensional problem.. 4. Forward. Pineridge Press Limited. Uniform and nonuniform Grids.. 1987.S. 1998. “Finite Element Programming of the Navier Stock Equation”. Fletcher. “Computational Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer”. and Sundararajan.. “Numerical Fluid Dynamics” Narosa Publishing House.

1962. Material properties at Cryogenic Temperatures.. G. 2.cern. Critical Components in Liquefaction Systems. Plenum Press. Cryogenic Technology. 3. Barron. Precooled Linde Hampson Cycle. 4.org/ www. McGraw-Hill.ch www. Inc.McCabe Thiele Method. Linde Hampson Cycle.nasa. Flynn. WEB REFERENCES www. 5. Dilution refrigerators. 2. Scott R. 4. Johnwiley & Sons. T-C and H-C Diagrams. Rectification Column Analysis . Pulse Tube Refrigerators Regenerators used in Cryogenic Refrigerators. Timmerhaus and Thomas M.linde. 1989. New York.O. REFERENCES Klaus D. Stirling Cycle Refrigerators. Cryogenic Systems. 7. Ortho-Para hydrogen conversion. Van Nostrand and Co. Cryo Metallurgy. Principle of Rectification. London. .M..com/ www.org/ www. UNIT III SEPARATION OF CRYOGENIC GASES 9 Binary Mixtures. Cryogenic Process Engineering. Applications of Cryogenics in Space Programs. Superconductivity. 3. 1969.Cryocoolers.cryogenicsociety. Medical applications. Instrumentation to measure Flow. 5.Cryocoolers. 6. Adsorption Systems for purification.airliquide. Level and Temperature.T. New York. Herald Weinstock.com www. Vance.223074 CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING LTPC 3 0 0 3 UNIT I INTRODUCTION 8 Insight on Cryogenics.gov 1. Robert W. Magnetic Refrigerators UNIT V HANDLING OF CRYOGENS 10 Cryogenic Dewar. Randall F. Claudes Cycle Dual Cycle. Inversion Curve Joule Thomson Effect. and Yield of Liquefaction Cycles. Cryogenic Engineering. Cryogenic Transfer Lines.M. 1985. TOTAL : 45 1. Cryogenic Technology.gov www. Eollins cycle..nist. F. UNIT IV CRYOGENIC REFRIGERATORS 8 J.B. Properties of Cryogenic fluids. Insulations used in Cryogenic Systems. Simpson cycle.iifiir. UNIT II LIQUEFACTION CYCLES 10 Carnot Liquefaction Cycle.

Construction.com/ctowers22. Air Washers.shtml http://www. Centrifugal.fortunecity. Open type compressors . Oil equalising in multiple evaporators.html http://www. “ automatic Control of Heating & Airconditioning” Mc Graw Hill. Oil return.ori. Designing different types of condensers. Industrial. B.Reciprocating. http://www. Compressor Motor protection devices. Althose. Inc. Design. Friction factor. 1998 Cooper &Williams. capacity control.H.org http://confex. A. TOTAL : 45 REFERENCES 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) Chlumsky “Reciprocating & Rotary compressors”. 1989. 1985. Oil separators . & Turnquist.Different types. circuitry.aquasystemsinsc.chensources. UNIT V SYSTEM ACCESSORIES AND CONTROLS 7 Refrigerant Pumps. Thermal Stress calculations.Wilcox Co. Visicoolers. Cooling Tower fans. Institutional Refrigeration. Scroll Compressors. Calorimetric tests.html http://www. Recent release of BIS Code for relevant testing practice. Screw Compressors.Different types Refrigerant driers strainers. Accumulators. “ Modern Refrigeration and Airconditioning” Good Heart . Receivers. Optimisation studies. ASHRAE Hand book : Equipments.com/store/ashrae/index-features. Refrigerators. 1965. Different Defrosting and capacity control methods and their implications . BIS Standards. UNIT IV REFRIGERATION SYSTEM COMPONENTS 9 Evaporators and condensers . 1981. Semi hermetic compressors . J. Spray ponds.D. C. Low pressure receivers. Hains.Reciprocating. working and Energy Efficiency aspects. Design procedures.com/metric-f iles. UNIT III DESIGN OF EVAPORATORS 10 Different types of evaporators.. Applications of each type.html .B. SNTL Publishers for Technical literaure. UNIT II DESIGN OF CONDENSERS 10 Estimation of heat transfer coefficient. Design procedure. Wilson plots. Selection procedure. Installation and Trouble Shooting “ Eagle Wood Cliffs (NT) Prentice Hall. Fouling factor.223075 REFRIGERATION MACHINERY AND COMPONENTS LTPC 3 003 UNIT I REFRIGERANT COMPRESSORS 9 Hermetic compressors . Matching of components. Rotary. Cold rooms.com/campus/german/201/ctowers. “ Commercial.Testing of Air conditioners. Design of evaporative condensers.

materials and components blower regulation. 1.com http://www. WEB REFERENCES 1. UNIT V APPLICATIONS OF BLOWERS 6 Applications of blowers. Dixon. http://www. leakage disc friction mechanical losses multivane impellers of impulse type. Centrifugal pumps and blowers. TOTAL : 45 REFERENCES . crossflow fans.fan laws . Pergamon Press. noise control. New Delhi. ventilation systems. 2. Eulers characteristics and Eulers velocity triangles. Austin H. losses and hydraulic efficiency. Turboblowers. 3. 3.M. flow through impeller inlet volute. booster systems.tamil. 1980. Brunoeck. Fluid Mechanics.selection of centrifugal. John Wiley & Sons. 1984.com . John Wiley and Sons.Transfer of energy to fluids . vortex theory.. 6. UNIT IV TESTING AND CONTROL OF FANS 5 Fan testing.apgate. 4.Dimensionless parameters . Church. UNIT III ANALYSIS OF COMPRESSOR 14 Rotor design airfoil theory. BLOWERS & COMPRESSORS LTPC 3 0 0 3 UNIT I PRINCIPLES OF TURBO MACHINERY 10 Introduction to turbo machines . Fans.petropager. speed control. Worked examples in turbomachinery. surge and stall. and mixed flow machines. axial. stator and casing. mixed flow impellers. " Fundamentals of Compressible Flow ". degree of reaction. induced and forced draft fans for air conditioning plants. 1984. Dixon. 1996 Stepanoff A. 1970. S.223076 FANS. blade twist stage design. Thermodynamics of turbomachinery Pergamon Press. 5. Pergamon Press.Specific speed .com http://www.org http://www. UNIT II ANALYSIS OF CENTRIFUGAL BLOWERS AND FANS 10 Centrifugal Blowers: Theoretical characteristic curves. diffusers. New Age International (P)Limited. cascade effects. control at discharge and inlet.J. 4.Performance characteristics . 1973. Yahya. throttling. cooling towers.erichson. 2.

Design for control of micro organisms. American Society of Heating. Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers.223077 FOOD PROCESSING. Clive V. Heat Transfer in Food Cooling Applications. Van Nostrand Reinhold Pub. Fundamentals of Food Engineering. PRESERVATION AND TRANSPORT LTPC 3 003 UNIT I INTRODUCTION: 9 Microbiology of Food Products. Ibraham Dincer. Cold storage & freezers.I. III Ed. 4. Cryofreezing. AVI Pub. Fruits & Vegetables UNIT III FREEZING & DRYING 12 Precooling. Inc.. Sanitation.. 1991. Refrigerated containers & trucks. Stanley E. Freezing drying limitations. ASHRAE Handbook. Regulation and standards UNIT II PROCESSING & PRESERVATION 12 Thermodynamic properties and Transfer properties. 5. Inspection & maintenance UNIT V TRANSPORT 5 Refrigerated transportation. 1989. Food processing techniques for Dairy products. Refrigeration and Air conditioning II Ed. 1988. New York. Charm. Construction methods.. Atlanta. Piping & Role of cryogenics in freezing & transport TOTAL : 45 REFERENCES 1. Meat. Specialized storage facility. Mechanism of food spoilage critical microbial growth requirements. Refrigeration systems. Energy conservation in food industry. 2000. Cold and Chilled Storage Technology.P. Alan Rodes. Transpiration of fresh fruits & vegetables. Poultry. The role of HACCP. Pregmon International Pub. 1997. Principles of Industrial Microbiology. Company Inc. Initial freezing temperature. Arora C. Control & instrumentation. Irradiation techniques. 6.. Thawing times. Building design. Pub. McGraw-Hill. 2. Water content. Tailor & Francis Pub. Refrigeration. Dellino. Freeze drying principles. Numerical and analytical methods in estimating Freezing. Design features. Insulation techniques. UNIT IV COLD STORAGE DESIGN & INSTRUMENTATION 7 Initial building consideration. Ice fraction. Fire protection. 1989. 3. .

S. OBJECTIVES: • To describe fundamental study of nuclear reactions • To learn nuclear fuels cycles. Nuclear Reactor Engineering. .radiation hazards prevention.principles of Isotope separation.solvent extraction equipment.nuclides .refinng .TTA .Hexone .reactors .223078 NUCLEAR ENGINEERING L T P C 3 0 0 3 AIM: To provide in-depth knowledge on Nuclear reaction materials reprocessing techniques and also to understand nuclear waste disposal techniques and radiation protection aspects.redox . 3 Edition. fuel breeding.design and construction of nuclear reactors .safety control and pollution control and abatement international convention on safety aspects . incineration of nuclear material and safety.role of solvent extraction in reprocessing .Uranium .conversion to UF4 and UF6 .purex . characteristics.Isotopes .other fuels like Zirconium. Fundamental principles governing nuclear fission chain reaction and fusion • To discuss future nuclear reactor systems with respect to generation of energy.production and purification of Uranium .Berylium.reactor shielding. UNIT I NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9 Mechanism of nuclear fission . UNIT II REACTOR MATERIALS 9 Nuclear Fuel Cycles . A.TBP and thorax Processes .the fission process . UNIT V WASTE DISPOSAL AND RADIATION PROTECTION 9 Types of nuclear wastes . UNIT III REPROCESSING 9 Nuclear fuel cycles . Glasstone. UNIT IV SEPARATION OF REACTOR PRODUCTS 9 Processes to be considered .characteristics of nuclear fuels . 1984.precipitation process – ion exchange . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: rd 1. Von Nostrand.radioactivity – decay chains .spent fuel characteristics . Thorium . and Sesonske.types of fast breeding reactor .chelation -U235 .heat transfer techniques in nuclear reactors .oxidative slaging and electro .neutron reactions .'Fuel Element' dissolution .

1981.R. Wesley. L. Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Theory. 1981. A. and Reynolds. R..B.2. Fast Breeder Reactor. Lamarsh. REFERENCES: 1. J. J. Pergamon Press. Walter. and Hamilton. John Wiley. Thermal Design of Nuclear Reactors. ..S. Pergamon Press. 3.H. 1976.E. 1996.J.J.. Winterton. Nuclear Reactor Analysis. 2. Duderstadt. A..

low pressure receivers . 1997. 1993. type of feed.conditions for high COP UNIT II COMPRESSORS 10 Reciprocating and screw compressor: Multistage industrial applications.thermal storage: ice builder and ice harvester. ASHRAE Hand Book: Fundamentals.heat reclaim .Stoecker.top feed and bottom feed refrigerant .oil injection and refrigeration injection.difference from conventional system applications . REFERENCES: 1. cylinder arrangement. cooling methods . 1996. Wilbert F. 2.223079 INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS L T P C 3 0 0 3 UNIT I INTRODUCTION 6 Introduction to industrial refrigeration . Transport properties of SUVA Refrigerants.two pumping vessel system .liquid and vapour separator . types of circulation and oil separator UNIT IV VESSELS 8 Vessels in industrial refrigeration: High pressure receiver . capacity regulations . Insulation: critical thickness .surge drum surge line accumulator .construction methods of refrigerated spaces.separation enhancers . UNIT III EVAPORATORS AND CONDENSERS 12 Types of Evaporators. ASHRAE Hand Book: HVAC Systems and Equipment. functional aspects. Industrial Refrigeration Hand Book. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS . McGraw-Hill. Du-Pont Chemicals.Economizers. Lubricating oil: types . Evaporators-Types and arrangement. Liquid circulation: Mechanical pumping and gas pumping advantage and disadvantage of liquid re-circulation .piping loses.flash tank .suction risers – design .Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH) . 1998. 4.industrial and comfort air . 1998. Different Industrial Condensers arrangement.circulation ratio .thermosyphon receiver .source of losses . refrigerant piping design . ASHRAE Hand Book: Refrigeration. 5.physical properties. UNIT V ENERGY CONSERVATION 9 Energy conservation and design considerations . 3.insulation cost and energy cost . liquid circulation.energy efficient components .oil pots.conditioning .vapour barriers .

UNIT V OTHER REFRIGERATION CYCLES 6 Vapor Absorption Systems-Aqua Ammonia & LiBr Systems.ANALYSIS 10 Development of Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle from Reverse Carnot Cycleconditions for high COP-deviations from ideal vapor compression cycle . McGraw-Hill Book Company. Evacuation and Charging Unit . 1985. System Equilibrium and Cycling Controls . UNIT II MAIN SYSTEM COMPONENTS 12 Compressor.B. Vacuum Pumps.J. Recovery and Recycling Unit . Environmental Impact-Montreal / Kyoto protocols-Eco Friendly Refrigerants. Steam Jet Refrigeration Thermo Electric Refrigeration.I. Air Refrigeration cycles. Electric Circuits in.Types . Expansion Devices and their Behavior with fluctuating load. Refrigerant properties . . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. Goshnay W.. Characteristics of Reciprocating Compressors . Relays.F. 3. ‘Solid state electronic controls for HVACR’ pentice-Hall 1986.Refrigerators . University Press. Langley .. 2. Types of motors . Capacity Control . Cascade Systems-Analysis . Window A/C . REFERENCES: 1. Principles and Refrigeration.223080 REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS DESIGN L T P C 3 0 0 3 AIM: To teach the students about Refrigeration System Design concepts. OBJECTIVE: • Teaching cycle analysis pertaining to Refrigeration systems. Billy C. performance . 1989. Stoecker W. Types of Evaporators & Condensers and their functional aspects . Version (2001). Cambridge. Refrigeration and Air conditioning. Multipressure Systems . UNIT IV SYSTEM BALANCING & CONTROLS 6 Estimation of Cooling Load . Different Types of Refrigeration Tools . UNIT I REFRIGERATION CYCLES . S. Oil Compatibility .. Jordan and Priester . 2. • Teaching performance of system components and their balancing in cycles.. Refrigeration and Air conditioning 1985. Principles of refrigeration. UNIT III REFRIGERANTS 11 Classification of Refrigerants . John Wiley. Dossat R.

Cascade testing . H. UNIT – III AXIAL FLOW TURBINES 8 Stage velocity triangles .performance characteristics.E. UNIT – IV CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS AND RADIAL TURBINES 10 Construction and working principle . losses and co-efficient . 1989.blade design principles . Can-annular types . Intercooler. Component behaviour.losses and coefficients. Longman Group Ltd. and Saravanamuttoo. Gas Turbine Theory. Types of inward flow radial (IFR) turbine – velocity triangles – thermodynamics of the 0 0 90 IFR turbine – optimum design solution of 90 IFR turbines – stage losses – performance characteristics.velocity triangles .Material requirement – Gas turbine pollution and its reduction. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS : 1.Flow pattern .Surging and stalling. Heat Exchanger. UNIT – I GAS TURBINE CYCLES 10 Gas turbine cycles – Air Standard Analysis.. forward and radially swept blades .Cooling methods ... Rogers. H. G. operations and analysis of gas turbine power plant cycle. UNIT – V COMBUSTORS 8 Different types – Annular.221074 GAS TURBINE POWER PLANTS L T 3 0 PC 0 3 AIM : OBJECTIVE: To learn the working principle.Stage performance Degree of reaction .backward.Compressor characteristic curves – Howell’s Correlation . Different configurations – Reheater.H.impulse and reaction turbines.three-dimensional analysis .testing and performance characteristics – Compounding methods . components selection or matching.I.Three-dimensional analysis .C.blade cooling. Cohen.Velocity triangles . UNIT – II AXIAL FLOW COMPRESSORS 9 Momentum and energy transfer in rotors . .

I and Vol. Turbojet. Turbojet with after burner. John Wiley and Sons Inc. Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion.221075 AIM: SPACE PROPULSION LTPC 300 3 OBJECTIVE: To gain insight on the working principle of rocket engines. Philip G. Vol. 1992. UNIT – III PERFORMANCE CHARCTERISTICS OF AIRCRAFT ENGINES 9 Engine – Aircraft matching – Design of inlets and nozzles – Performance characteristics of Ramjet. New York. Scramjet and Turbofan engines. New York. UNIT – I GAS DYNAMICS 8 Wave motion – Compressible fluid flow through variable area devices – Stagnation state and properties – Normal shock and oblique shock waves – Rayleigh and Fanno Flow.Peterson. 1970. UNIT – II THERMODYNAMICS OF AIRCRAFT ENGINES 9 Theory of Aircraft propulsion – Thrust – Various efficiencies – Different propulsion systems – Turboprop – Ram Jet – Turbojet. 2. UNIT – IV ROCKET PROPULSION 9 Theory of rocket propulsion – Rocket equations – Escape and Orbital velocity – Multistaging of Rockets – Space missions – Performance characteristics – Losses and efficiencies.J. Aircraft and Missile Propulsion.J. 3. different feed systems. propellants and their properties and dynamics of rockets. . TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS 1. Hill and Carl R. Second Edition. UNIT – V ROCKET THRUST CHAMBER 10 Combustion in solid and liquid propellant rockets – Classification of propellants and Propellant Injection systems – Non-equilibrium expansion and supersonic combustion – Propellant feed systems – Reaction Control Systems – Rocket heat transfer. Turbo fan and Turbo shaft. Zucrow N. Principles of Jet Propulsion and Gas Turbines. Addition – Wesley Publishing Company. 1975. Zucrow N. II. John Wiley and Sons Inc. New York.

Vorticity Dynamics. Frank M. Surface Tension effects. Narosa Publishing House. UNIT – V CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER – MASS TRANSFER AND HEAT TRANSFER IN POROUS MEDIA 12 Convective Heat Transfer – Parallel Flow (Hagen – Poiseuille Flow). Creeping flow. Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer. th 3. 2 Edition. 2 Edition. Mass transfer Diffusion and Convection. Muralikdhar and G. 3. Low Reynolds Numbers Flows. White. F. Viscous Fluid Flow. 1999. Isentropic Gas Relations. Wicks. Incropera and B.223081 AIM: FLUID FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER IN ENGINES LTPC 300 3 OBJECTIVE: To visualize fluid in an IC engine. Effects of viscous friction and Heat Transfer – Introduction to Multi Dimensional flow. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS : rd 2. 4 . Welty. Converging – Diverging Nozzle. SURFACETENSION EFFECTS. combined Heat and Mass Transfer. Compressible Flow in Nozzles. Wiley. UNIT – II LOW AND HIGH REYNOLDS NUMBER FLOWS 9 Ideal flows and Boundary layers.P. I. 3 Edition. Ronald L. Compressible and Incompressible Flows. Frank M. Characteristics of High – Reynolds Number Flow. J. Heat and Mass Transfer. Flows at Moderate Reynolds Numbers. Incompressible flow. Fundamental Mechanics of fluids. Navier – Stokes Equations. UNIT – III LUBRICATION. Couette Flow Sudden acceleration of a Flat Plate. Ideal Flows in a plane. Axi-symmertric and Three dimensional Ideal Flows and Boundary Layers. Stream Functions and velocity Potential. 2006. White. Panton. UNIT – I INTRODUCTION 9 Basic Laws. Newtonian Fluids. UNIT – IV COMPRESSIBLE FLOW 9 10 One dimensional compressible Gas flow. Biswas. aspects of heat transfer and cooling of components. 1999. Currie. th 4. Advanced Engineering Fluid Mechanics. 4 Edition McGraw Hill. c. 1991. nd 2. McGraw Hill. 2005.G. Area – velocity Relations. Willey. K. Heat transfer in Porous Media. McGraw Hill 1993. Microscale effects. 6 Edition. Fundamentals of Momentum. REFERENCES : nd 1. MICROSCALE EFFECTS Lubrication approximation. th 4. Lavine. Fluid Mechanics.

Turbulent Flow. Prandtl’s Mixing length. UNIT – IV STATISTICAL THEORY OF TURBULENCE 9 Ensemble Average – Isotropic Turbulence and Homogeneous Turbulence – Kinematics of Isotropic Turbulence – Taylor’s Hypothesis – Dynamics of Isotropic Turbulence – Grid Turbulence and decay – Turbulence in Stirred Tanks. Biswas and E. 2002. Low – Reynolds – Number Models. Laminar Boundary Layer on a Flat Plate at zero incidence. 2. Turbulent Flows. H. Couettee – Poiseuille flows. R. G. Pipe Flow. UNIT – I FUNDAMENTALS OF BOUNDARY – LAYER THEORY 9 Boundary – Layer Concept. Eswaran. Experiments and Modelling. Boundary Layer Theory. Large – Eddy Simulation. . UNIT – V TURBULENT FLOWS 9 WALL Turbulent shear flows – Structure of wall flow – Turbulence characteristics of Boundary layer – Free Turbulence shear flows – Jets and wakes – Plane and axisymmetric flows. Narosa Publishing House.223082 AIM : BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY AND TURBULENCE LTPC 300 3 OBJECTIVE : To understand the theory of turbulent flow and its modeling. structure types and a detailed insight about turbulence. TwoEquation Models. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. UNIT – III TURBULENCE AND TURBULENCE MODELS 9 Nature of turbulence – Averaging Procedures – Characteristics of Turbulent Flows – Types of Turbulent Flows – Scales of Turbulence.J. Garde. 3. Fully Developed Turbulent Flow in a pipe. Fundamentals. Boundary Layer on an airfoil. 2000. UNIT – II TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYERS 9 Internal Flows – Couette flow – Two-Layer Structure of the velocity Field – Universal Law of the wall – Friction law – Fully developed Internal flows – Chennel Flow. New Age International (p) Limited. Turbulent Boundary Layer on a Flat plate at zero incidence. Springer 2000. Boundary Layer separation. Schlichting and Klaus Gersten. Publishers.

. temperature effect – Stoichiometric coefficients and reactants utilization – Mass flow rate calculation – voltage and current in parallel and serial connection – Over-potentials and polarizations – Activation polarization – Tafel equation and exchange current density – lonic conductivity. Direct Methanol. Frano Barbir. types of fuel cells and performance analysis. heat due to entropy change. catalysts. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Fuel Cell Systems Explained. James Larminie and Andrew Dicks. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: nd 1. Proton Exchange Membrane. 2005. Elsevier Academic Press. UNIT – I INTRODUCTION 5 Basic Principles – Classification – Alkaline. 2. 2 Edition. their working principle. PEM Fuel Cells Theory and Practice. Heat of reaction. Phosphoric Acid & Molten Carbonate – Parts – Fuel cell poisoning UNIT – II THERMODYNAMICS 12 Basic Reactions. electro-osmotic drag effect UNIT – IV DESIGN & OPTIMISATION 10 Geometries of fuel cells and fuel cell stacks – Rate of Diffusion of reactants – Water flooding and water management – Gas delivery and current collection – Bipolar plates design – Flow uniformity consideration – Optimization of gas delivery and current collection/asymptotic power density-Heat Removal from Stack UNIT – V APPLICATIONS 5 Automotive applications & issues – Micro fuel cells & Portable power – Distributed & Stationary power.. and internal ohmic heating UNIT – III ELECTROCHEMISTRY 13 Nernst equation and open circuit potential.221087 AIM: OBJECTIVE: FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY L T P C 3 0 0 3 To gain insight about fuel cells. 2000. Enthalpy of formation of substances – Enthalpy change of a reacting system – Gibbs free energy of substances – Gibbs free energy change of reacting system – Efficiency – Power. pressure effect. Temperature and humidification effect.

Matching of System Components . Absorption and Rectification Columns . To optimization concerning design of thermal systems. McGraw Hill Edition . . ANN Algorithm. To develop representational modes of real processes and systems. 3. Condensers . heat transfer and fluid mechanics. Information Flow Diagram . Stoecker W. Thermal Design and Optimization . Empirical Equation . CRC Press . Selectio n. Design of Thermal Systems . 1996. REFERENCES: 1. Pumps . Wiley .223083 AIM: DESIGN OF THERMAL SYSTEMS L T 3 0 P C 0 3 To provide review and use knowledge from thermodynamics. UNIT IV OPTIMIZATION Objective Function Formulation . and Genetic UNIT V DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR 5 Steady state Simulation . Regression Analysis . Stability Analysis . Rao S. Engineering Optimization Theory and Practice . Different Modes of Mathematical Models . Michael J. UNIT III MODELLING THERMAL EQUIPMENTS 10 Modelling Heat Exchangers . Wiley Eastern Ltd . Bejan A. 2007. 12 Formulation . Solution Procedures. Mathematical Modelling . Dynamic Programming . Computer Programmes for Models. 1989. UNIT I DESIGN CONCEPTS 9 Design Principles . Optimal Systems . George Tsatsaronis . UNIT II MATHEMATICAL MODELLING 9 Equation Fitting . Depreciation . Moran . pumping. 2000.. Design and Optimization of Thermal Systems . Yogesh Jaluria . Kapur J. 2. N. 2.. Evaporators . Workable Systems . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. Laplace Transformation . S. modeling and optimization in design of thermal systems. F. Nomography . Compressors .. heat exchangers. New York .. Mathematical Calculus Method . Non-Linearities. Feedback Control Loops . modeling and stimulation techniques for thermal system component analysis and their synthesis in integral engineering systems and processes OBJECTIVE: • • • To learn basic principles underlying piping. New Age Publishers . Economic Analysis . Constraint Equations . Simulation Studies . Gradient Present Worth factor. Search Methods . 1989.

oil fired furnace combustion .fluidized bed combustion. Liquid Fuels : Refining – molecular structure – liquid fuel types and their characteristics – fuel quality. DuLong’s formula for HV estimation.Premixed charge engine combustion.Detonation of gaseous mixtures.gas turbine spray combustion – direct and indirect Injection combustion in IC engines.pulse combustion furnace. Flue gas analysis – Orsat apparatus. OBJECTIVE : • To provide information on various types of fuels. Bulk and apparent density – storage – washability – coking and caking coals. their property and characterization. Fixed bed combustion . Also to discuss the principles of combustion with emphasis on engineering applications.Energy balance and furnace efficiency – gas burner types . UNIT – V COMBUSTION OF LIQUID AND GASEOUS FUELS 10 Spray formation and droplet behaviour . DMMF. Elementary reactions – chain reactions – pre-ignition kinetics – global reactions – kinectics – reaction at solid surface.char combustion. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS . characterization and properties of fuel. UNIT – I INTRODUCTION 9 Historical perspective of combustion science – perspective of fuels and combustion technology. UNIT – III THERMODYNAMICS AND KINETICS OF COMBUSTION 9 Properties of mixture – combustion stoichiometry – chemical energy – chemical equilibrium and criteria – properties of combustion products.devolatilization . UNIT – IV COMBUSTION OF SOLID FUELS 8 Drying . Moisture and heating value determination – gross and net hearting values – claorimetry.suspension burning . UNIT – II FUEL TYPES 9 Solid Fuels : Peat – coal – biomass – wood waste – agro fuels – refuse derived solid fuel – testing of solid fuels. • To understand the thermodynamics and kinectics of combustion. • To understand and analyze the combustion of various fuels. Liquefaction of solid fuels.223084 COMBUSTION ENGINEERING LTPC 300 3 AIM : To introduce the types. ROM. Types and general characteristics of fuels – proximate and ultimate analysis of fuels. Gaseous Fuels : Classification and characterization. DAF and bone dry basis. First law combustion calculations – adiabatic flame temperature (analytical and graphical methods) – simple second law analysis.

2. Fuels and Combustion.W. Sharma SP and Mohan Chander. Bhatt. nd 2.L. Samir Sarkar. Fuels and Combustion. 2007. 2005. K and Puri.I and Vora. Oxford. CRC Press. Tata Mcgraw Hill. Combustion science and Engineering.. 1984. 2 Edition. Annamalai. Clive Davis.. 1998.M. Stoichiometry. I.K. . nd 4.. K. Borman. 1996 5. Principles of Combustion.K. Orient Longman. 2nd Edition. Inc. Kuo.TEXT BOOKS: 1. 1990 3. Tata Mcgraw Hill. and Ragland. B. G.. 1970. Calculations in Furnace Technology. McGrawHill International Editions. K. S. John Wiley and Sons. 2 Edition. Combustion Enginnering. Pergamon Press. REFERENCES: 1.

Analysis of stack. methodologies. Lux. velocity. precision. ESCO concept. Error and calibration. return on investment. Energy conservation and energy efficiency – needs and advantages. speed. net present value. DSCR. water quality. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS . appraisal and criteria. Energy consumption pattern. readability. Energy conservation potential in various Industries and commercial establishments. internal rate of return. Measurement of flow. financial analysis techniques – break even analysis – simple pay back period. accuracy.223085 AIM : ENERGY CONSERVATION IN THERMAL SYSTEMS LTPC 30 0 3 To course is intended to introduce principles of energy auditing and to provide measures for energy conservation in thermal applications OBJECTIVE : • • • To learn the present energy scenario and the need for energy conservation To learn the instruments suitable for energy auditing To study the various measures for energy conservation and financial implications for various thermal utilities 10 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION Energy Scenario – world and India. power and fuel quality. Energy intensive industries – an overview. UNIT – III THERMAL UTILITIES: OPERATION AND ENERGY CONSERVARTION 10 (i) Boilers (ii) Thermic Fluid Heaters (iii) Furnaces (v) Thermal Storage 7 (iv) Waste Heat Recovery Systems UNIT – IV THERMAL ENERGY TRANSMISSION / PROTECTION SYSTEMS Steam traps – refractories – optimum insulation thickness – insulation – piping design UNIT – V FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 10 Investment – need. barriers. Energy Resources Availability in India. financing options. pressure. hystersis. Energy auditing – types. Role of energy manager – Energy audit questionnaire – energy Conservation Act 2003. power and humidity. UNIT – II INSTRUMENTS FOR ENERGY AUDITING 8 Instrument characteristics – sensitivity. cash flows. temperature.

Commonwealth Publication. 4. Hemisphere. Management and Case study. Pergamon. 1980 REFERENCES: 1. Total Energy. Trivedi. RME. 1981 2. Smith. Jolka KR.energymanagertraining. 3. Hamies.com) . Washington. 2001 Guide book for National Certification Examination for Energy Managers and Energy Auditors (Could be downloaded from www. 5. TERI. Larry C. Oxford. Pergamon Press.TEXT BOOKS: 1. 1988 Diamant. 1970 Handbook on Energy Efficiency. Energy Management. Washington. Industrial Energy Management and Utilization. Energy Auditing and Conservation. Methods Measurements. CB Energy Management Principles. PR. 1997 Write. NewYork. New Delhi. 2. New Delhi. Hemisphere Publishers.

Arora and Domkundwar. gas turbine and combined cycle power plants. Nag. Economics of power plants.K. Cycle improvements. Intercoolers. UNIT – V ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 7 Air and water pollution – acid rains – thermal pollution – radioactive pollution – standardization – methods of control. Power Plant Engineering. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. To study the advances in nuclear and MHD power plants. MHD and MHD – steam power plants. Superheaters.223086 AIM: ADVANCED POWER PLANT ENGINEERING LTPC 300 3 To introduce the advances in operations and applications of different types of power plants. 2. 1998. 6 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION Overview of the Indian power sector – load curves for various applications – types of power plants – merits and demerits – criteria for comparison and selection.. OBJECTIVE: • • • • To understand the energy scenario and the environmental issues related to the power plants. To understand the various improvements possible in steam turbine. Environmental legislations / Government policies. reheaters – condenser and feed water heaters – operation and performance – layouts. Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Co Ltd. New Delhi. regenerators – operation and performance – layouts. A course in power Plant Engineering. P. Dhanpat Rai . UNIT – IV NUCLEAR AND MHD POWER PLANTS 10 Overview of Nuclear power plants – radioactivity – fission process – reaction rates – diffusion theory. reheaters. UNIT – II STEAM AND GAS TURBINE POWER PLANTS 12 Rankine Cycle – Performance – thermodynamic analysis of cycles. Gas turbine cycles – optimization – thermodynamic analysis of cycles – cycle improvements – multi spool arrangement. elastic scattering and slowing down – criticality calculations – critical heat flux – power reactors – nuclear safety. UNIT – III ADVANCED POWER CYCLES 10 Binary and combined cycle – coupled cycles – comparative analysis of combined heat and power cycles – IGCC – AFBC/PFBC cycles – Thermionic steam power plant.

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J. Analysis of Engineering Cycles.1984. Wood. 4th Edition. Lamarsh. 2. 4. B. A. Butterworths.. 1983. Addison-Wesley. Haywood.F. R. Pergamon Press. A.. Introduction to Nuclear Engg.. . operation and control.. J. Power Generation.2nd edition. 3.B..REFERENCES: 1. John Wiley. Gill. 1984. New York. Oxford.R. 1991.W. Power Plant Performance. Wollenberg.

Carl Schields. • To understand the working and design of coal preparation units and boilers. Characteristics and Functions. 1982 3. Adam Hilger. McGraw Hill Publishers. Industrial Boilers and Heat Recovery Steam Generators. along with design principles and calculations. Cen Kefa and Louis Jestin. 1986 2. Ganapathy. OBJECTIVES: • To educate the students on the types of boilers with their constructional and functional significance. UNIT – II COAL PREPARATION SYSTEM OF BOILERS 8 Pulverizing properties of coal – air system for pulverization – size – reducing machines. . Fuel stoichiometry calculations – enthalpy calculation of air and combustion products – heat balance. Design of coal preparation system for PC Boilers – fuel-feeding arrangements UNIT – III DESIGN OF BURNERS 8 Design of oil supply system – tangential fired burners – oil atomizers – air registers – design principles of oil fired boilers UNIT – IV BOILERS FURNACE DESIGN 9 General design Principles – flame Emissivity – heat transfer calculation for PC Boiler furnace – water wall arrangement – furnace emissivity – distribution of heat load in furnace.. J. 2. V. Temperature control in superheaters and reheaters. Boilers and Burners: Design and Theory. Boilers: Type. Fluidized bed boilers – major features of fluidized bed boilers – basic design principles. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. UNIT – I INTRODUCTION 10 Boilers – components – classification – general design considerations – boiler specifications. David Gunn and Robert Horton. Prabir Basu.223087 STEAM GENERATOR TECHNOLOGY LTPC 300 3 AIM: To understand the types. UNIT – V DESIGN OF CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER SURFACE 10 Design of economizer – superheater – reheater – air preheater. working of steam generator and their major components.. Industrial Boilers. Howard. Springer 2000. Fluidized Bed Technology: Principles and Applications.R. 1983. Longman Scientific and Technical Publication. Marcel Dekker Ink 2003 REFERENCES: 1. • To introduce the concept of heat transfer surfaces and the boiler design. NewYork.

UNIT – III COMBUSTION AND GASIFICATION 6 Fluidized bed combustion and gasification – stages of combustion of particles – performance – start-up methods. D. heat exchange. carbonization. coating. UNIT – II HEAT TRANSFER 6 Different modes of heat transfer in fluidized bed – to wall heat transfer – gas to solid heat transfer – radiant heat transfer – heat transfer to immersed surfaces. John Willey and Sons. Pressurized fluidized beds. combustion and gasification.Fluidized Bed Technology:Principles and Applications.J.Adam Hilger. Cracking and reforming of hydrocarbons. Howard. 12 UNIT – I FLUIDIZED BED BEHAVIOUR Characterization of bed particles – comparison of different methods of gas – solid contacts. UNIT – IV DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS 9 Design of distributors – stoichiometric calculations – heat and mass balance – furnace design – design of heating surfaces – gas solid separators.223088 AIM: FLUIDIZED BED SYSTEMS LTPC 300 3 To inspire the students with the theories of fluidization.R. TOTAL : 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. UNIT – V INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS 12 Physical operations like transportation. drying and sizing. Geldart... 2. 1983. Particle entrainment and elutriation – unique features of circulating fluidized beds. heat transfer and design for various applications. Gas Fluidization Technology. mixing of fine powders. Methods for improvement – external heat exchangers – heat transfer and part load operations. . To understand the design principles and apply the same for industrial applications. OBJECTIVE: • • To introduce the concepts of fluidization and heat transfer in fluidized beds. Two phase and well-mixed theory of fluidization. NewYork. Sulphur retention and oxides of nitrogen emission Control. Fluidization phenomena – regimes of fluidization – bed pressure drop curve. 1986.

1983. O. New York. Academic Press.Fundamentals of Fluidized bed Chemical Processes. J.M. Fluid Bed Heat Transfer.REFERENCES: 1. Fluidized Beds: Combustion and Applications. NewYork. 1969. Howard. J. (Ed). . Yates. 1975.. Applied Science Publishers. 4.R. 2. 3. John Wiley and Son Inc. Botteril. D and Levespiel.. Kunii. Fluidization Engineering. 1983.S.G. London. Butterworths. J.

F and Afgan. 3. 1988.types of failures. 1980. Arthur. UNIT V CONDENSERS AND COOLING TOWERS 9 Design of surface and evaporative condensers – cooling tower – performance characteristics. 2. John Wiley & Sons. OBJECTIVE: • • To learn the thermal and stress analysis on various parts of the heat exchangers To analyze the sizing and rating of the heat exchangers for various applications FUNDAMENTALS OF HEAT EXCHANGER 9 UNIT I Temperature distribution and its implications types – shell and tube heat exchangers – regenerators and recuperators – analysis of heat exchangers – LMTD and effectiveness method.T.L and Bott.G. UNIT II FLOW AND STRESS ANALYSIS 9 Effect of turbulence – friction factor – pressure loss – stress in tubes – header sheets and pressure vessels – thermal stresses. Hewitt. Heat Exchanger Design.R. Shires.T. UNIT III DESIGN ASPECTS 9 Heat transfer and pressure loss – flow configuration – effect of baffles – effect of deviations from ideality – design of double pipe .limitations. P Frass. Process Heat Transfer. 2002 REFERENCES 1.N. Rating and Thermal Design. 1994. Sadik Kakac and Hongtan Liu. Hewitt. shear stresses . Heat Exchangers. CRC Press.simulation of heat exchangers.G.F. McGraw-Hill Book Co.223090 AIM: DESIGN OF HEAT EXCHANGERS L T P C 3 0 0 3 The course is intended to build up necessary background for the design of the various types of heat exchangers. . Theory and Practice.finned tube .shell and tube heat exchangers . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1.G. CRC Press. Taborek. Heat Exchangers Selection. plate heat exchangers – performance influencing parameters . UNIT IV COMPACT AND PLATE HEAT EXCHANGERS 9 Types – merits and demerits – design of compact heat exchangers.

Hemisphere Publishing Corporation. UNIT IV LATENT HEAT STORAGE SYSTEMS 9 Modeling of phase change problems – temperature based model .F. John Wiley & Sons 2002.modeling of simple water and rock bed storage system – use of TRNSYS – pressurized water storage system for power plant applications – packed beds. Rosen.enthalpy model porous medium approach . UNIT V APPLICATIONS 9 Specific areas of application of energy storage – food preservation – waste heat recovery – solar energy storage – green house heating – power plant applications – drying and heating for process industries. UNIT II SENSIBLE HEAT STORAGE SYSTEM 9 Basic concepts and modeling of heat storage units .seasonal thermal energy storage .conduction dominated phase change – convection dominated phase change. Thermal Energy Storage Systems and Applications. 1981.223089 ADVANCED THERMAL STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES L T P C 3 0 0 3 AIM: This course is intended to build up the necessary background to model and analyze the various types of thermal storage systems OBJECTIVES: • To learn the various types of thermal storage systems and the storage materials • To develop the ability to model and analyze the sensible and latent heat storage units • To study the various applications of thermal storage systems UNIT I INTRODUCTION 8 Necessity of thermal storage – types-energy storage devices – comparison of energy storage technologies . Heat Transfer in Cold Climates. UNIT III REGENERATORS 10 Parallel flow and counter flow regenerators – finite conductivity model – non – linear model – transient performance – step changes in inlet gas temperature – step changes in gas flow rate – parameterization of transient response – heat storage exchangers. REFERENCE 1.V.W and Willmott. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. Schmidt. John Wiley and Sons 1981. Thermal Storage and Regeneration.storage materials. .J. Ibrahim Dincer and Mark A. Lunardini.J.A.