post graduate program

 

 M.Sc. Courses

 

Units

Hours

Subject

Code

 

3

3

Heat Transfer

Chem.E 500

3

3

Fluid Flow

Chem.E 501

3

3

Catalyst

Chem.E 502

3

3

Process Modeling.

Chem.E 503

1

2

English Language.

GE 504

13

14

Total

 

3

3

Mass Transfer

Chem.E 505

 

3

3

Reactor Design

Chem.E 506

3

3

Corrosion

Chem.E 507

3

3

Thermodynamics.

Chem.E 508

1

2

English Language.

GE 504

13

 14

Total

 

  

Chem.E 500 Heat Transfer

Thermal conductivity, Temperature distribution in solids, Temperature distribution in laminar flow, The equation of energy, the equation of motion, Application of Equation of change, Dimensional analysis, Unsteady heat conduction in solids, Steady two dimensional heat transfer, Boundary layer theory, Temperature distribution in turbulent flow, Interphase transport in no isothermal system.

 

Chem.E 501 Fluid Flow

 Viscosity and the mechanism of momentum transport, Velocity distribution in laminar flow, The equation of change for Isothermal systems, Velocity distribution with more than one variable, Velocity distribution in turbulent flow, Interphase transport in isothermal systems, Macroscopic balances for isothermal systems.

 

Chem.E 502 Catalyst

          Catalytic functions, Catalytic materials, Balanced structure of catalytic pellets, Catalytic design and development, Catalyst preparation, Catalyst characterization ( Bulk properties, Particle properties, Surface properties), Catalyst deactivation.

 

Chem.E 503 Process Modeling.

          Fundamental laws, Continuity equations, Energy equations, Equation of motion, Transport equations, Equation of state, Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Examples of Mathematical Models of chemical engineering systems ( CSTR’S with variable holdups, Nonisothermal CSTR, Single component vaporizer, Multicomponent flash drum, Batch reactor, Mass Transfer with Chemical reaction, Ideal binary distillation column, Multicomponent nonideal distillation column, Application

 

GE 504 English Language.

 

Chem.E 505 Mass Transfer

Diffusivity and the mechanism of mass transfer. Concentration distribution in solids and laminar flows. Equation of change for a multicomponent system. Concentration distributions with more than one independent variable. Concentration distributions in turbulent flow. Inter-

phase transport in non-isothermal mixtures. Macroscopic balances for multi-component systems. Other mechanisms for mass transport.

 

Chem.E 506 Reactor Design.

          Plug flow reactor, Laminar and turbulent flow reactors, Isothermal and adiabatic reactors, Fixed bed reactors, Fluidized bed reactors, Design of reactors, Plug flow model, diffusion model, stage model.

 

Chem.E 507 Corrosion

Corrosion and Society, Enabling theory for aqueous corrosion, Theory for aqueous corrosion (part 1), (part2), (part3), (part4), (part6), Cathodic protection.

 

Chem.E 508 Thermodynamics

 Thermodynamic properties of fluids, Flow processes, Conversion of heat into work, Refrigeration and liquefaction, Thermodynamics of variable composition ideal and non ideal behavior, Analysis of convergent pressure, Analysis of Nozzles, Behavior of multicomponent systems, Surfaces, Vapor-Liquid-Solid interfaces, Phase Equilibria at low to moderate pressures, Solutions, VLE from equations of state, Process analysis, Nucleation.

 

Ph.D. Courses;

 

Units

Hours

Subject

Code

 

3

3

Mass Transfer

Chem.E 600

3

3

Interfacial  Phenomena

Chem.E 601

3

3

Advanced Corrosion

Chem.E 602

3

3

Air Pollution.

Chem.E 603

1

1

English Language.

GE 504

13

14

Total

 

3

3

Two Phase Flow

Chem.E 604

 

3

3

Nanoscale Energy Transport

Chem.E 605

3

3

Combustion Technology

Chem.E 606

3

3

Advanced Reactor Design

Chem.E 607

1

2

English Language.

GE 504

13

14

Total

 

 

Chem.E 600 Mass Transfer

Stochastic mathematics and applications in mass transfer. Review of recent published articles in mass transfer: Types of diffusion, Mass transfer coefficient, Interfacial area, Distillation, Absorption, Liquid extraction, Adsorption, Liquid membrane, Reaction Kinetics, Osmosis, Nanotechnology, Cooling by direct solar energy (absorption and adsorption refrigeration).

 

Chem.E 601 Interfacial Phenomena

 Physics of Surfaces, Electrostatic Phenomena, Properties of Monolayer, Reactions at liquid surfaces, Mass Transfer across interfaces, Disperse Systems and Adhesion.

 

Chem.E 602 Advanced Corrosion

 Thermodynamic and Electrode Potential, Pourbaix Diagrams, Kinetics of Activation polarization, Kinetics of Concentration polarization.

 

Chem.E 603 Air Pollution

          Industrial ventilation, Settling chamber, Cyclone, Electrostatic precipitation, Scrubber, Adsorption.

 

Chem.E 604 Two Phase Flow

 Introduction, Flow patterns, Basic equations, Two Phase flow models, Separated flow model, Application of flow models ( bubble flow, slug flow, annular flow, drop flow).

 

Chem.E 605 Nanoscale Energy Transport

Introduction, Simple kinetic theory, Schrodinger equation, Quantum wells, Rigid rotors, Electronic energy levels in crystals, Phonon energy levels in crystals, Reciprocal lattice, Energy spectrum in Nanostructures, Specific heat of molecules, Effects of Nanostructures on energy storage, Electromagnetic waves, Acoustic waves, Laudauer formalism, Transport in carbon Nanotubes.

 

Chem.E 606 Fuel Technology

                Solid fuels (Definitions, Coal origin, Classification, Contents, Combustion calculations, solid fuels made from coal, Caloric value of coal), Liquid fuels (Definitions, Petroleum oils, treatment and distillation, Cracking, Reforming, Diesel fuels, Gasolines, Kerosines, Combustion of fuel oils ), Gaseous fuels ( Classification, Natural gas, Synthesis of methane, Combustion calculations.

 

Chem.E 607 Advanced Reactor Design

 Introduction, Ideal reactors, Non-ideal flow, Compartment model, Dispersion model, Tanks in series model, Convection model for laminar flow, Earliness of mixing, segregation and RTD, Heterogeneous reactions, Solid catalyzed reactions, Packed bed catalytic reactor, Non catalytic fluid particle reactions, Kinetics and design.