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Chemical Engineering Kinetics (McGraw-Hill Chemical Engineering Series)

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Poles and zeros of the transfer functions. The effects of controller action on process response: offset, closed-loop gain, controller gain effect of controller parameters.

Stability Analysis including Routh Test. Design of controllers using open loop response, Ziegler-Nichols approach, experimental determination of process model. Introduction of frequency response technique: Design of controllers using frequency response technique, analysis of the systems for stability, Bode stability criterion. Multiple loop control systems, cascade control design, ratio control, feed forward control designs. Introduction to multivariable control system, Control strategies for common industrial processes such distillation, heat exchangers, etc.

Control strategies for Batch processes. Definition of catalysis, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis. Adsorption on catalytic surfaces, kinetic models, catalyst preparation,physical characterization of catalysts, supported metal catalysts.

Mass transfer and internal diffusion effects in catalytic reactions,Thiele modulus and effectiveness factor, falsification of kinetics,catalyst deactivation. Packed bed reactor design, introduction to other multiphase reactors, gas liquid reactors and enhancement factor. Gas-solid non-catalytic reactions. Input information and batch versus continuous; input-output structure of the flow sheet; recycle structure of the flow-sheet; application of separation system principles for case studies; application of heat exchanger network design principles for case studies; cost diagrams and quick screening of process alternatives; preliminary process optimization; process retrofitting.

Equipment sizing and costing for different process units; Cost information, estimating capital and operating costs, total capital investment and total product costs, time value of money, measures of process profitability, simplifying economic analysis for conceptual designs, techno-economic feasibility report writing.

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Introduction of fluid mechanics; Fluid statics-Pressure distribution in a fluid; integral balances for a control volume - mass, energy and momentum balances. Bernoulli equation; Differential balances Navier-Stokes equations ; viscous flow in a pipe, Friction factor, Introduction to turbulence, losses in pipe systems, Flow meters, Flow past immersed bodies, Introduction to turbulence.

Identification, classification and assessment of various types of hazards, Hazards due to fire, explosion, toxicity and radiation, Static Electricity, Protective and preventive measures in hazards control, Industrial Hygiene, Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment, Case Studies. Composition of petroleum, laboratory tests, refinery products, characterization of crude oil.

Design of crude oil distillation column. Catalytic cracking, catalytic reforming, delayed coking, furnace design, hydrogenation and hydrocracking, isomerization, alkylation and polymerization. Lube oil manufacturing. Energy conservation in petroleum refineries. New trends in petroleum refinery operations.

Pyrolysis of naphtha and light hydrocarbons. Composition of petroleum: laboratory tests, refinery products, characterization of crude oil. Review of petrochemicals sector and Indian petrochemical industries in particular.

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Feed stocks for petrochemical industries and their sources. Overview of refining processes: catalytic cracking, reforming, delayed coking, Hydrogenation and Hydrocracking, Isomerization, Alkylation and polymerization, purification of gases, separation of aromatics by various techniques.

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Synthesis gas chemicals. Polymers from Olefins. Synthetic fibers, rubber, plastics and synthetic detergents. Energy conservation in petrochemical Industries. Pollution control in petrochemical industries. New trends in petrochemical industry. Planning and commissioning of a petrochemicals complex.

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Introduction to process control; mathematical modeling: Development of mathematical models, Modeling considerations for control purposesDynamic behavior of chemical processes: Computer simulation and the linearization of nonlinear systems, Brief of Laplace transforms, Transfer functions and the input-output models, Dynamics and analysis of first, second and higher order systems.

Feedback control structures: Concept of feedback control, Dynamics and analysis of feedback-controlled processes, Stability analysis, Controller design, Frequency response analysis and its applications. Advanced control schemes: Feedback control of systems with dead time or inverse response, Control systems with multiple loops, Feedforward and ratio control.

Pulp and Paper: Raw materials, pulping processes, recovery of chemicals, stock preparation and paper making. Coal Chemicals: Variousprocesses for obtaining coal chemicals, coal tar distillation, F-T and Bergius processes for hydrocarbon production. Petrochemicals: Manufacturing processes of formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, acetic acid, acetic anhydride, maleic anhydride, nitrobenzene, ethylene oxide, ethylene glycol. Pesticides: Processes for manufacturing of insecticides, fungicides and herbicides. Fuel and Industrial Gases: Technology options of producing producer gas, syn gas, pyrogas, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide.

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Sulphur Industries: Origin and extraction of sulphur, production routes of suphuric acid and oleum. Phosphorous Industries: Manufacturing of phosphorus, phosphoric acid and phosphatic fertilizers.

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Chlor-Alkali Industries: Production of common salt, caustic soda, chlorine, hydrochloric acid and soda ash. Nitrogen Industries: Manufacturing of ammonia, nitric acid, nitrogenous and mixed fertilizersPetroleum Industry: Origin, occurrence and characteristics of crude oil, crude oil distillation and secondary processing. Polymer and Synthetic Fiber: Introduction to polymerization, commodity polymers, rayon, polyester, polyamide, acrylic fiber and nylons. Introduction: Environment and environmental pollution from chemical process industries, characterization of emission and effluents, environmental Laws and rules, standards for ambient air, noise emission and effluents.

Pollution Prevention: Process modification, alternative raw material, recovery of by co-product from industrial emission effluents, recycle and reuse of waste, energy recovery and waste utilization. Material and energy balance for pollution minimization. Air Pollution Control: Particulate emission control by mechanical separation and electrostatic precipitation, wet gas scrubbing, gaseous emission control by absorption and adsorption, Design of cyclones, ESP, fabric filters and absorbers.

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