NIT Srinagar Syllabus 3rd Sem Chemical Introduction to Chemical Engineering

NIT Srinagar Syllabus 3rd Sem Chemical

Introduction to Chemical Engineering

Introduction to Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineering and chemical technology. Chemical engineering: Origin, growth and role in chemical process industries. Chemical Process Industry: Definition, origin, growth and the present scenario. Problems associated with industrial expansion. Process flow sheeting and symbols. Concepts of unit processes and unit operations.Systematic analysis of chemical processes: Need and basic considerations. Chemical engineers, the diversity of employment opportunities for them. A successful chemical engineer. Professional ethics. Intimate connections with physico-chemical sciences, biological and biomedical sciences and other engineering streams case studies. Concerns of chemical engineering traditional areas:environment, energy, new materials, bioengineering and biotechnology, food, health and safety. Concepts of scale-up, modeling and simulation. Dimensional analysis. Computer in chemical engineering. Future challenges. Nanotechnology. Bioinformatics.

Books Recommended

  1. Anderson, L.B., Wenzel, L.A., “Introduction to Chemical Engineering. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York.
  2. Thompson, E.V., Ceckler, W.H. “Introduction to Chemical Engineering”, McGraw- Hill Book Company Ltd. (1977).
  3. Peters, M. “Elementary Chemical Engineering”, McGraw-Hill Book Company.
  4. Ghosal, S.K., Sanyal, S.K. and Datta, S. “Introduction to Chemical Engineering”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi (1997).
  5. Basic Principles of Chem. Engg. By Felder & Rousseou, Edn. 3rd , Prentice Hall (2002).
  6. Rao, M.G., Sittig, M., “Dryden’s Outlines of Chemical Technology, 3rd edn. – For the 21st Century”, East-West Press (1997).
  7. Badger, W.A., Banchero, J.T., “Introduction to Chemical Engineering”. McGraw-Hill Book Company.
  8. McCabe, W.I., Smith, J.C., “Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering”. McGraw- Hill Book Company. (Latest edition).
  9. Perry, R.H., Green, D.W., “Perry’s Chemical Engineers’ Handbook”. McGraw-Hill Book Company.

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