Common Syllabus as applicable to Faculty of Technology, Anna University, Tiruchirappalli




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CK 304 ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT


3 0 0 3

Aim:

To impart a basic knowledge and awareness on conventional and non-conventional energy Technology, Convention and management.

Objective:

(i) To enable the students to learn about the major process of conventional fuels

(ii) To learn the possibility of effectively in non conventional energy sources.

(iii) To learn the efficient management and effective conversion of energy.


Unit I: Solid Fuels: 9

Classification of fuels, Principle, solid fuels, origin and formation of coal. Classification of coal. Analysis of coal. Storage of coal. Carbonization of coal. Metallurgical coke. Coal chemicals.

Unit II: Liquid and gaseous fuels 9

Classification of petroleum, petroleum fractions from crude oil. Cracking Reforming. Knocking, Octane number. Non petroleum fuels. Gaseous fuels, producer gas. Water gas, Coal gas, Blast furnace gas. Natural gas. Combustion of solid liquid and gaseous fields. Combustion equipments. Fuel feeding systems. Burner design. Waste heat recovery systems.

Unit III: Nuclear & Non-conventional energy 9

Nuclear fuels, Nuclear fuel processing. Nuclear fission. Nuclear fusion. Elements of nuclear reactors. Nuclear engineering.

Non conventional energy sources, Solar, wind, biomas, tidal, ocean thermal energy geothermal. Economic utilization of energy in industries.

Unit IV: Energy Management 9

Principles need, initiating and managing an energy management program.

Energy audit – elements, and concepts, types of energy audits, energy audit with respect to industries like sugar, paper etc.,

Unit V: Energy Conservation: 9

Thermodynamics of energy conservation, cogeneration, waste heat recovery technologies. Industrial insulation-material selection, economical thickness.
Total No of Period: 45Hrs


Text Books:

1. S. Rao, Energy technology, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi. (Non conventional Renewable & conventional)

2. C.D, Rai, Solar Energy Utilization, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

3. Wayne C., Turner: Energy Management Handbook, Wiley Interscience Publications, 1982.

4. D.A. Reay: Industrial Energy Conservation, Pergomon Press, 1980.


CK 305 MASS TRANSFER – II

3 0 0 3

Aim:

To impart sound knowledge of different mass transfer operations currently practized in industry and the operations which will be developed in the near future.

Objective:

  1. At the end of the course the student is expected to have mastered the design principles and operations of crystallization, humidification, cooling towers and adsorption system used in chemical process industry. These will be achieved both conceptual and through solved examples.

  2. Well versed in the basics of emerging separation processes by membrane separation, Ion exchange, chromatography, zone refining, foam separation etc.


Unit I: 9

Crystallisation. Factors governing Nuclei formation and crystal growth. Theory of Crystallisation. Classification of crystalliser and their application. Batch and continuous crystalliser. Design of industrial cristallisers.

9

Unit II:

Humidification and air conditioning. Basic concepts. Psychrometric chart. Methods of humidification and dehumidification. Design calculations. Cooling towers. Principle and operation. Design calculations. 9

Unit III:

Drying. Theory and mechanism of drying. Drying characteristics of materials. Batch and continuous drying. Estimation of drying rates. Drying equipment. Design and performance of dryers.

Unit IV: 9

Adsorption. Theory of adsorption. Adsorption isotherms. Adsorbent selection. Industrial adsorbents. Adsorption equipment for batch and continuous operation. Design calculations. Ion exchange. Principles. Design calculations. Industrial equipments.

Unit V:

New Separation Processess. Chromatography. Membrane separation processes. Concept of Osmosis, reverse osmosis, dialysis, electodialysis and their application. Thermal and Sweep diffusion processes. Foam separation and Zone refining techniques.
Total No of Period: 45Hrs



Text Book:

1. W.L. McCabe, J.C. Smith and Harroit. P., “Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering”, Sixth Edition, McGraw Hill, Singapore, 2001.

Reference Books:

1. R.E. Treybal, “Mass Transfer Operations”, Third Edition, McGraw Hill, Singapore, 1985.

2. J.M. Coulson and. J.F. Richardson, “Chemical Engineering”, Vol 1 & 2, Fifth Edition, Butterworth-Heinmann, Oxford, 1996.


CK 306 ELECTROCHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING

3 1 0 4

Aim:

To provide a basic understanding in electrochemical reaction engineering.

Objective:

Various reactors system have been dealt with to make the students well versed in electrochemical reaction engineering concepts of convective diffusion and various current distribution have been provided to make the students familiar the principles of electrochemical reaction engineering.


Unit I: Current-Voltage Relationships 9

A general view of electrolytic processes; current-voltage relationships in electrolytic reactors; The limiting current plateau; convective diffusion theory and the mass transport coefficient; Mass & energy balance, and efficiency in electrochemical reactors. The estimation of mass transport coefficients at commonly occurring electrodes. The estimation of mass transport coefficients under enhanced convection conditions.


Unit II: Plug flow &CSTER Systems Model 9

A general view of plug flow model of electrolytic reactors: plug flow model of electrochemical reactors employing parallel plate reactor; Plug flow model under constant mass flux conditions; PFM analysis with electrolyte recycling PFM and real electrochemical reactors. General view of simple CSTER systems; CSTER in cascades; CSTER analysis of batch electrochemical reactors, CSTER analysis of semi-continuous electrochemical reactors; CSTER analysis of electrolyte recycling; Batch reactor combined with electrolyte recycling.

Unit III: Thermal Behavior of reactors 9

General aspects of thermal behavior in electrochemical reactor. Thermal behavior under CSTER conditions. The estimation of heat losses; the thermal behavior under PFR conditions; Thermal behavior of batch electrochemical reactors.

Unit IV: Convective Diffusion equation & Current Distribution 9

Ionic transfer – the flux equation – derivation of general mass transfer equation – Migration – Migration during electrolysis – Effect of adding excess supporting electrolytic – diffusion boundary conditions in electrochemical problems – Theoretical treatment of convective systems – The convective diffusion equation – Determination of the velocity profile – the velocity of profile at the RDE, primary current distribution in electrochemical reactors – current distribution at the RDE, hydro dynamically modulated RDE- General digital simulation of electrochemical problems – simulations in convection systems.


Unit V: Dispersion Models & Optimization of Electrochemical Reactor 9

General aspects of dispersion models; tracer input signal/output signal; Axial dispersion in electrochemical reactors; Axial dispersion and reactor performance; General notions on optimization of electrochemical reactor.
Total No of Period: 45Hrs

Text Book:

T.Z.Fahidy, Principle of Electrochemical Reactor Analysis, Elsevier, 1985.

Reference Book:

G.J.Picket Electrochemical Reactor Design, Elsevier Edn. II

A.J Bard & L.R. Faulkner: Electrochemical Methods. Elsevier Edn
CK 307 HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER LAB



0 0 4 2

Aim:

To impart hands on experience in heat and mass transfer.

Objective:

Various experiments have been designed to illustrate the rudiments in heat and mass transfer this lab is essential.


List of experiments:


1. Transient State Heat Conduction


2. Surface Evaporation


3. Jacketed Kettle


4. Temperature profile of a rod


5. Natural Convection


6. Thermal Conductivity of metal rod


7. Thermal Conductivity of composite wall


8. Emissivity measurement


9. Measurement of Diffusion coefficient


10. Simple distillation


11. Steam distillation


12. Leaching


13. Packed bed distillation column


14. Air and Vacuum Drying


15. Adsorption


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