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DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS

SECTION-A 

Unit No. I    Relevance of mechanical operations in industry,

1.    Size reduction, stages of reduction, Equipments operating   variables, laws of energies,

energy requirements.

2.     Screening: Screen analysis, particle size distribution. 

Unit No. II 

                   1.     Classification :  Equal-falling particles, equipments, jigging,  tabling.

                   2.     Gravity settling, drag force, terminal settling velocity.

                   3.     Sedimentation : Continuous thickeners.

Unit No. III    

                   1.     Storage and handling of solids, transportation  Mixing, Mixers, agitation, types of

equipments.  

SECTION B 

Unit No. IV

                  1.     Filtration : Theory, operation, types, Flotation agents,  flotation cells.

                  2.     Filter Calculations, filtration equation for compressible and non- compressible cakes,

specific cake resistance.

                3.     Filtration - Constant pressure and constant rate and their equipments.

Unit No. V  

                  1.     Centrifuges: Theory, Equipments, types and calculations.

                  2.      Cyclones: Hydro cyclones, liquid scrubbers and electronic precipitators.

Unit No. VI

                  1.     Adsorption, theory, type and application, Langmuir's & Freundlich's equation, nature of

adsorbents, industrial  adsorbents.

2.  Adsorption on fixed bed, fluidized beds.

 3.      Recent developments in mechanical operation equipments.

PRACTICAL : Based on above syllabus.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1.       Momentum Transfer Operation : S.K.Gupta, TMC, 1979.

2.       Unit Operations Of Chemical Engineering : Mccabe And Smith,.TMC

3.       Chemical Engineering Vol. I: Coulson & Richardson, Pergamon', 1979

4-      Principles Of Unit Operations : A. .S. Foust, Et-Al.

5.       Unit Operations : C. G. Brown.

6.       Introduction To Chemical Engineering : Beder & Bachero.

7.       Mass Transfer Operations ; R. E. Treybal

8.      Mechanical Operations Vol.I : R. S. Hiremath & A.. P. Kulkarni.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL OPERATIONS)

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

5SCE(FPOPC)T2           CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL OPERATIONS)

 Course:               B. Tech. Chemical Engineering [Eighth Semesters]

                             Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati.

Class and Year:   V Semester [Third Year]         Session: 2005-06

Day and Time:    Monday             1.20 Pm  -- 2.20 Pm       1hr.      Room No.: 302

Tuesday             1.20 Pm  -- 2.20 Pm       1hr.      Room No.: 302

Thursday           2.20 Pm  -- 3.20 Pm        1hr.      Room No.: 302

Friday                2.20 Pm  -- 3.20 Pm       1hr.      Room No.: 302

Saturday            2.20 Pm  -- 3.20 Pm       1hr.      Room No.: 302

Lecturer:            Sanjay Krishna Navhale [M. E. Chemical Engineering]

Grading: Internal:                                            20 Marks

1. Class Test:                   75%  [Two Tests]

2. Attendance:                 25%

External:                                           80 Marks [University Exam] 

Objectives:

 Mechanical - Non-Mechanical Separation of Solids Form Solid.

 Filtration; Separation of Solids From a Suspension in Liquid.

 Mixing of Liquid-Liquid, Solid- Liquid and Solid- Solid.

 Conveyor for Transportation Bulk Solids.

 Centrifugation: Separation of Solid-Liquid and Liquid-Liquid

 Separation of Solids Based on Surface Properties. 

 

List Of Books Used:

                             1] Unit Operations-I; K. A. Gavahne; Nirali Prakashan; Tenth Edition.

2] Unit Operations Of Chemical Engineering [Mechanical Operations] Volume-I; R. S. ` Hiremath/ A. P. Kulkarni; Everest Publication House, Pune; Seventh Edition

3] Unit Operation; George Granger Brown; Asia Publishing House; First Edition

4] Unit Operations Of Chemical Engineering; McCabe and Smith;TMC.

 

                                                    LABORATORY PRACTICAL 

 Laboratory:         CHEMICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL OPERATIONS

 Course:                B. Tech. Chemical Engineering [Eighth Semesters]

                             Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati.

Class and Year:   V Semester [Third Year]         Session: 2005-06

Day and Time:    Wednesday           11.00 Pm  -- 1.00 PM         2 hrs.      Batch:II                         

                            Thursday              11.00 Pm  -- 1.00 PM         2hrs.        Batch: I

 Laboratory Incharge:

                             Sanjay Krishna Navhale [M. E. Chemical Engineering

Laboratory Staff:

                             Mr. S. J. Bhakare              [Jr. Technical Assistant]

                             Mr. V. G. Bhakare             [Lab. Attendant]

                             Mr. V. T. Dhoble                [Peon]

Grading: Internal:                      25 Marks

1. Class Test:                          80%  [Two Tests]

2. Attendance:                        20%

External:                     25 Marks [University]                                         

Objectives:

To educate students for practical application of the mechanical operations.

Understanding the actual performance of equipment for separation of solids and

size reduction.

 Performing various experiments on equipment & understanding the theoretical concept

in depth. 

 Understanding the application of various applications.

 

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