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103101004 
Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 
Dr. Sandip Roy 
Web 
IIT Bombay 
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 Section 1 : Introduction
 Section 2 : Thermodynamic System: Select Definitions
 Section 3 : Types of Energies associated with Thermodynamic Processes
 Section 4 : Thermodynamic Equilibrium
 Section 5 : The Phase Rule
 Section 6 : Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics and Absolute Temperature
 Section 7 : The Ideal Gas
 Section 8 : State and Path Dependent Thermodynamic Variables
 Section 9 : Reversible and Irreversible Thermodynamic Processes
 Section 10 :Significance of Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics: Process Plant Schema
 Section 1 : General PVT Behaviour of Real Fluids
 Section 2 : Origins of Deviation from Ideal Gas Behaviour
 Section 3 : Equations of State for Real Fluids
 Section 4 : Volumetric Properties of Mixtures
 Section 5 : Property Representation of 2phase systems
 Section 6 : Heat Effects of Phase Change
 Section 1 : Concept of Internal Energy
 Section 2 : The First Law of Thermodynamics
 Section 3 : Application of the First Law to Open Systems
 Section 4 : Measurement of Enthalpy and Internal Energy using Flow Calorimeter
 Section 1 : Heat Engins and Second Law Statements
 Section 2 : Carnot Heat Engine Cycle and the 2nd Law
 Section 3 : Entropy Calculations for Ideal Gases
 Section 4 : Mathematical Statement of the 2nd Law
 Section 5 : Entropy Balance for Open Systems
 Section 6 : Ideal and Lost Work for Flow Systems
 Section 7: Appendix 4.1
 Section 1 : Thermodynamic Property Relations for Single Phase Systems
 Section 2 : Maxwell Relations
 Section 3 : Relations for Enthalpy, Entropy and Internal Energy
 Section 4 : Residual Property Relations
 Section 5 : Residual Property Calculation from EOS
 Section 6 : Generalized Correlations for computing dH and dS for a real gas
 Section 7 : Computation of ?H and ?S for a Gas using Generalized Departure Functions
 Section 8 : Extension to Gas Mixtures
 Section 9 : Relations for ?H and ?S for Liquids
 Section 10 : Applications to real fluid processes in process plant equipments
 Section 1 : Partial Molar Property
 Section 2 : Partial Properties for Binary Solutions
 Section 3 : Criteria of Thermodynamic Equilibrium
 Section 4 : The Chemical Potential
 Section 5 : Ideal Gas Mixtures and Liquid Solutions
 Section 6 : Excess Properties
 Section 7 : Fugacity of pure substances
 Section 8 : Fugacitybased phase equilibrium criterion for pure component system
 Section 9 : Fugacity expressions for pure gases
 Section 10 : Generalized Correlations for the Fugacity Coefficient
 Section 11 : Expression for Fugacity of a Pure Liquid
 Section 12 : Fugacity and Fugacity Coefficient of Species in Mixture
 Section 13 :Relation between residual property and species fugacity coefficients in mixtures
 Section 14 : Expressions for gas phase using EOS
 Section 15 : The Lewis/Randall Rule
 Section 16 : Dependence of Excess Gibbs free energy on temperature and pressure
 Section 17 : The Activity Coefficient
 Section 18 : Use of VLE data for generation of Activity Coefficient Models
 Section 19 : Activity Coefficient Models
 Section 20 : Appendix 6.1
 Section 21 : Appendix 6.2
 Section 1 :Introduction of VapourLiquid equilibria
 Section 2 : Single Component System Phase Equilibria
 Section 3 : Derivation of the Phase Rule
 Section 4 : Description of General VLE Behavior
 Section 5 : Raoult?s Law for VLE
 Section 6 : VLE Algorithms for Low to Moderate Pressures
 Section 7 : High Pressure Vapour Liquid Equilibria
 Section 8 : Henry?s Law
 Section 1 : Introduction of Chemical Reaction Equilibria
 Section 2 : Standard Enthalpy and Gibbs free energy of reaction
 Section 3 : The Reaction Coordinate
 Section 4 : Criteria for Chemical Reaction Equilibrium
 Section 5 : The Equilibrium Constant of Reaction
 Section 6 : Reactions involving gaseous species
 Section 7 : Reaction equilibria for simultaneous reactions
 Section 8 : Reactions involving Liquids and Solids
 Section 1 : Liquidliquid Equilibria (LLE)
 Section 2 : SolidLiquid Equilibria
 Section 3 : SolidVapour Equilibrium

103101009 
Chemical Engineering 
Advanced Numerical Analysis 
Prof. Sachin C. Patwardhan 
Web 
IIT Bombay 
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 Overview of the Course
 Section 1 : Introductions
 Section 2 : Lumped Parameter Models and Abstract Equation Formss
 Section 3 : Distributed Parameter Models and Abstract Equation Formss
 Section 1 : Introduction
 Section 2 : VectorSpaces
 Section 3 : Normed Linear Spaces and Banach Spaces
 Section 4 : Inner Product Spaces and Hilbert Spaces
 Section 5 : GramSchmidt Process and Orthogonal Polynomials
 Section 6 : Induced Matrix Norms
 Section 7 : Summary
 Section 1 : Unified Problem Representation
 Section 2 : Polynomial Approximation[3]
 Section 3 : Discretization using Taylor Series Approximation
 Section 4 : Discretization using Polynomial Interpolation
 Section 5 : Least Square Approximations
 Section 6 : Errors in Discretization and Computations[4]
 Section 7 : Summary and Conclusions
 Section 8 : Appendix: Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Unconstrained Optimality
 Section 1Introduction
 Section 2 : Existence of Solutions
 Section 3 : Direct Solution Techniques
 Section 4 : Direct Methods for Solving Sparse Linear Systems
 Section 5 : Iterative Solution Techniques
 Section 6 : Optimization Based Methods
 Section 7 : Matrix Conditioning and Behavior of Solutions
 Section 8 : Summary
 Section 9 : Appendix A: Behavior of Solutions of Linear Difference Equations
 Section 10 : Appendix B: Theorems on Convergence of Iterative Schemes
 Section 11 : Appendix C: Steepest Descent / Gradient Search Method
 Section 1: Introduction
 Section 2 : Method of Successive Substitutions [4]
 Section 3 : Newton?s Method
 Section 4 : Solutions of Nonlinear Algebraic Equations Using Optimization
 Section 5 : Condition Number of Nonlinear Set of Equations [7]
 Section 6 : Existence of Solutions and Convergence of Iterative Methods [12]
 Section 7 :Summary
 Section 1 :Introduction
 Section 2 : Existence, Uniqueness and Continuity of Solutions [1]
 Section 3 : Analytical Solutions of Linear ODEIVPs
 Section 4 : Numerical Solution Schemes: Basic Concepts
 Section 5 : Numerical Methods Based On Taylor Series Expansion[2]
 Section 6 : Numerical Methods Based on Polynomial Interpolation [2]
 Section 7 : Convergence Analysis and Selection of Integration Interval
 Section 8 : Solutions of Differential Algebraic System of Equations
 Section 9 :Solution of ODEBVP using Shooting Method [3]
 Section 10 : Summary
 Section 11 : Exercise
 Section 12: Excercise
 Section 8: Excercise
 Section 4 : Summary

103102022 
Chemical Engineering 
Petroleum Refinery Engineering 
Dr. K.K. Pant ,Prof. Deepak Kunzru 
Web 
IIT Delhi 
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 General Definition
 Introduction to petroleum refinery
 Classification of Crude oil
 Characterization of crude oil ,Composition of crude
 Physical properties
 Crude oil; analysis and distillation
 Introduction to refinery feed stocks and refinery products
 Dehydration and desalting of crude
 Crude Assay, ASTM, TBP distillations, evaluation of crude oil properties
 API gravity, Various average boiling points and mid percent corves
 Evaluation of properties of crude oil and its fractions
 Design concept of crude oil distillation column design
 Furnace design1
 Furnace design2
 Coking and Thermal process, Delayed coking
 Catalytic cracking, Cracking reactions, Zeolite catalysts
 Cracking Feedstocks and reactors, Effect of process variables
 FCC Cracking, Catalyst coking and regeneration, Design concepts, New Designs for FluidizedBed Catalytic Cracking Units
 Objective and application of catalytic reforming process, reforming catalyst
 Reformer feed, Reforming reactor design, Continuous and semi regenerative process
 Objectives & Hydrocracking Reactions,Hydrocracking feedstocks,Modes of Hydrocracking,Effects of process variables
 Hydro treating process and catalysts Resid hydro processing,Effects of process variables,Reactor design concepts
 Isomerization process, Reactions, Effects of process variables
 Alkylation process, Feedstocks, reactions, products, catalysts and effect of process variables
 Polymerization: Objectives, process, Reactions,catalysts and effect of process variables
 Lube oil processing:propane deasphalting Solvent extraction, dewaxing,Additives production from refinery feedstocks
 Ecological consideration in petroleum refinery,Waste water treatment,control of air pollution,New trends in refinery, Alternative energy sources, Biodiesel,Hydrogen energy from biomass

103103027 
Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Engineering Design  II 
Prof. Vaibhav V. Goud,Dr. Animes Kr. Golder 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Heat Exchangers Classifications
 Thermal Design Considerations
 Process (Thermal) Design Procedure
 Design Problem
 Shell and Tube Exchanger for Two Phase Heat Transfer
 Condenser and Reboiler Design
 Mechanical Design Standards
 Design Components ? I
 Design Components ? II
 Hand on Calculations
 Introduction and Evaporator Classifications
 Methods of Feeding of Evaporators
 Thermal Design Calculation
 Solved Example
 Mechanical Design I
 Introduction and Types of Driers
 Introduction and types of Driers (Cont.)
 Design Consideration of Driers
 Solved Problems
 Mechanical Design II
 Separation Equipments I
 General Design Considerations
 Exercise Problems
 Centrifuges
 Centrifuges(Cont.)
 Separation EquipmentsII
 Exercise Problems II
 Introduction, Axial Stress Due to Dead Loads
 Axial Stresses Due to Pressures
 Longitudinal Bending Stresses Due to Dynamic Loads, Design Considerations
 Solved Problem1
 Solved Problem 2
 Introduction
 Effect Vapor Flow Conditions on Tray Design
 Plate Design
 Hand on Design
 Provisional Plate Design1
 Provisional Plate Design2
 Column Construction and Internals
 Stresses Developed in Column
 Introduction and Process Hazards
 Safety Measures
 Safety measures in equipment design and Pressure Relief Devices

103103029 
Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Technology  II 
Dr. U. Ramagopal 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Orientation
 Orientation (cont?)
 Overview
 Overview of Refinery Processes
 Crude distillation
 Cracking
 Reforming and Isomerization
 Hydroprocessing
 Alkylation
 Visbreaking and Coking
 Gas Processing and Polymerization
 Refinery Supporting Processes
 Petrochemicals: Overview
 Formaldehyde and Chloromethanes
 Hydrocarbon Steam Cracking for Petrochemicals
 Vinyl Chloride from Ethylene
 Ethylene oxide and Ethanolamines
 Isopropanol and Acetone from Propylene
 Cumene and Acrylonitrile from Propylene
 Isoprene and Oxoprocessing
 Butadiene and Benzene Manufacture
 Phenol from Cumene and Toluene
 Phenol from Benzene
 Styrene and Pthalic Anhydride Production
 Manufacture of Maleic Anhydride and DDT
 Industries
 Chemical recovery from black liquor
 Manufacture of sugar from sugarcane
 Manufacture of Ethanol from Molasses
 Soaps and Detergents
 Edible and Essential Oils
 Coke production
 Hydrogenation of Coal
 Introduction to Food Technology
 Food Processing Equipments
 Definitions and Nomenclature
 Classification According To Preparation Methods
 Processing Technologies
 Polymer Manufacturing Processes
 Manufacture of Phenol Formaldehyde, Viscose Rayon and Nylon

103103031 
Chemical Engineering 
Heat Transfer 
Prof. A.K. Ghoshal 
Video 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Introduction to heat transfer
 General heat conduction equation
 One dimensional steady state conduction in rectangular coordinate
 One dimensional steady state conduction in cylindrical and spherical coordinate
 Critical and optimum insulation
 Extended surface heat transfer 1
 Extended surface heat transfer 2
 Analysis of lumped parameter model
 Transient heat flow in semi infinite solid
 Infinite body subjected to sudden convective
 Graphical solutions of unsteady state heat conduction problem
 Dimensional analysis for forced convection
 Dimensional analysis for free convection
 Heat transfer corelations for laminar and internal flows
 Heat transfer corelations for turbulent and internal flows
 Corelation for turbulent and external flows
 Heat transfer corelations for flow across tube banks
 Momentum and heat transfer analogies
 Boundary layer heat transfer
 Boundary layer equations
 Approximate analysis in boundary layer
 Theoretical concepts of natural / free convention heat transfer
 Emperical relations for free convention heat transfer
 Condensation heat transfer over vertical plate
 Condensation heat transfer for various conditions & geometries
 Fundamentals of boiling heat transfer
 Boiling heat transfer corelations
 Classification of heat exchangers
 Various types of shell and tube heat exchangers
 Various types of compact heat exchangers
 EffectivenessNTU, method of heat exchanger analysis
 Design of double pipe heat exchanger
 Design of shell and tube heat exchanger
 Introduction to evaporation and evaporators
 Evaporation principles and evaporator performance
 Evaporator calculations
 Introduction to radiation heat transfer
 Radiation intensity and radiation view factor
 Radiation heat exchange
 Radiation shield and gas radiation

103103032 
Chemical Engineering 
Heat Transfer 
Dr. Anil Verma 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Lecture 1
 Lecture 2
 Lecture 3
 Lecture 4
 Lecture 5
 Lecture 6
 Lecture 7
 Lecture 8
 Lecture 9
 Lecture 10
 Lecture 11
 Lecture 12
 Lecture 13
 Lecture 14
 Lecture 15
 Lecture 16
 Lecture 17
 Lecture 18
 Lecture 19
 Lecture 20
 Lecture 21
 Lecture 22
 Lecture 23
 Lecture 24
 Lecture 25
 Lecture 26
 Lecture 27
 Lecture 28
 Lecture 29
 Lecture 30
 Lecture 31
 Lecture 32
 Lecture 33
 Lecture 34
 Lecture 35
 Lecture 36
 Lecture 37
 Lecture 38
 Lecture 39
 Lecture 40
 Problems: Module1
 Problems: Module2
 Problems: Module3
 Problems: Module4
 Problems: Module5
 Problems: Module6
 Problems: Module7
 Problems: Module8
 Problems: Module9

103103033 
Chemical Engineering 
Interfacial Engineering 
Dr. Pallab Ghosh 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Introduction to interfacial engineering
 Colloidal materials: part I
 Colloidal materials: part II
 Colloidal materials: part III
 Colloidal materials: part IV
 Colloidal materials: part V
 Surface tension
 Interfacial tension
 Shape of the interfaces
 Characterization of solid surfaces
 Deposition of thin films on solid surfaces
 Van der waals forces: part I
 Van der waals forces (part II) & electrostatic double layer force (part I)
 Electrostatic double layer force: part II
 Electrostatic double layer force: part III
 DLVO theory and nonDLVO forces
 Adsorption at fluid?fluid interfaces: part I
 Adsorption at fluid?fluid interfaces: part II
 Adsorption at fluid?fluid interfaces: part III
 Adsorption at fluid?solid interfaces
 Rheology of fluid?fluid interfaces: part I
 Rheology of fluid?fluid interfaces: part II
 Motion of drop in liquid, surface diffusion & thin liquid films (part I)
 Thin liquid films (part II)
 Emulsions, microemulsions and foams (part I)
 Emulsions, microemulsions and foams (part II)
 Emulsions, microemulsions and foams (part III)
 Emulsions, microemulsions and foams (part IV)
 Emulsions, microemulsions and foams (part V)
 Interfacial reactions (part I)
 Interfacial reactions (part II)
 Interfacial reactions (part III)
 Micellar and phase transfer catalyses
 Biointerfaces & adsorption of proteins at soild surfaces
 Adsorption of proteins at fluid?fluid interfaces
 Biological membranes and adhesion
 Interfacial forces & biomineralization
 Introduction to nanomaterials & nanotechnology
 Preparation of nanomaterials
 Nanotubes
 Froth flotation
 Microporous and mesoporous materials & lithographic techniques

103103034 
Chemical Engineering 
Mass Transfer Operations I 
Dr. B. Mandal 
Video 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Introduction to Mass Transfer
 Molecular Diffusion
 Fick?s Law of Diffusion
 Steady state molecular diffusion in fluids Part I
 Steady state molecular diffusion in fluids Part II
 Diffusion coefficient: Measurement and Prediction Part I
 Diffusion Coefficient: Measurement and Prediction Part II
 Multicomponent Diffusion and Diffusivity in Solids
 Concept of Mass Transfer Coefficient
 Dimensionless Groups and Corelations for Convective
 Mass Transfer coefficient in Laminar Flow Condition
 Boundary Layer Theory and Film Theory in Mass Transfer
 Mass Transfer Coefficients in Terbulant Flow
 Interphase Mass Transfer and Mass Transfer Theories Part I
 Interphase Mass Transfer and Mass Transfer Theories Part II
 Interphase Mass Transfer and Mass Transfer Theories Part 3
 Agitated and Sparged Vassels
 Tray Column Part I
 Tray Column Part II
 Packed Tower
 Introduction to Absorption and Solvent selection
 Packed Tower Design Part I
 Packed Tower Design Part II
 Packed Tower Design Part III
 Mass Transfer Coefficients Correlation and HETP Concept
 Tray Tower Design and Introduction to Multicomponent System
 Introduction to Distillation and Phas diagrams
 Azeotropes and Enthalpy Concentration Diagrams
 Flash Distillation
 Batch and Steam Distillation
 Fractional Distillation
 Fractional Distillation: McCabe Thiele Method
 Fractional Distillation: Minimum Reflux and Pinch Point
 Fractional Distillation: Subcooled Reflux ,Tray Efficiency and Use of Open Steam
 Fractional Distillation: Multiple Feeds and Side Stream
 Multistage Batch Distillation with Reflux
 Fractional Distillation: Ponchan and Savarit Method
 Ponchan and Savarit Method and Packed Tower Distillation
 Multicomponent Distillation

103103035 
Chemical Engineering 
Mass Transfer Operations I 
Dr. Chandan Das,Dr. S.K. Majumder 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Introduction to Mass transfer operation
 Fick?s law of diffusion
 Steady state molecular diffusion in fluids under stagnant and laminar flow conditions
 Diffusion through variable crosssectional area
 Diffusion coefficient: measurement and prediction
 Measurement of liquidphase diffusion coefficient
 Multicomponent diffusion
 Diffusivity in solids and its applications
 Introduction to mass transfer coefficient
 Equimolar counterdiffusion of A and B (NA = NB)
 Correlation for convective mass transfer coefficient
 Correlation of mass transfer coefficients for single cylinder
 Theories of mass transfer
 Penetration theory, Surface Renewal Theory, Boundary Layer Theory
 Interphase mass transfer theory
 Overall mass transfer coefficients
 Introduction
 Design of packed tower
 Design of packed tower based on overall mass transfer coefficient
 Countercurrent multistage absorption (Tray absorber)
 Continuous contact equipment
 Absorption with chemical reaction
 Absorption accompanied by irreversible reactions
 Absorption resistance
 Introduction to Distillation
 Distillation columns and their process calculations
 Continuous distillation columns
 Analysis of binary distillation in trayed towers: McCabeThele Method
 Determination of the stripping section operating line (SOL)
 Analysis of binary distillation by PonchonSavarit Method
 Stepwise procedure to determine the number of theoretical trays
 Introduction to multicomponent Distillation
 Basic concepts
 Adiabatic saturation temperature
 Humidification and dehumidification operations and design calculations
 Mechanical Draft Towers: forced draft towers and induced draft towers
 Design calculations of cooling tower
 Key points in the design of cooling tower and Stepbystep design procedure of cooling tower
 Evaporation loss of water in cooling tower
 Example problems on humidification
 Example problems on dehumidification
 Special Module

103103036 
Chemical Engineering 
Molecular Simulations in Chemical Engineering 
Dr. Ashok Kumar Dasmahapatra,Dr. Tamal Banerjee 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Shrodinger Wave Equation for one electron system
 Shrodinger Wave Equation for Polyelectron system
 Slater Determinant and Basis Set
 Hatree Fock Theory
 Semi Empirical and Density Functional Theory
 Geometry Optimization
 Gaussian Job and Frequencies
 Benchmarking of Geometry Optimization
 Basics of Statistical MechanicsI
 Basics of Statistical MechanicsII
 Ideal Monoatomic gas and Canonical Ensemble
 Microcanonical, Grandcanonical and IsobaricIsothermal Ensemble
 Basics of Molecular Dynamics
 Force Field and Integrating Algorithms
 Periodic Box and Minimum Image Convention
 Long Range Forces
 NonBonded Interactions
 Estimation of Pure component Properties
 Steps involved in NAMD
 Input files in NAMD and VMD
 Introduction to Monte Carlo simulation and Monte Carlo Integration
 Monte Carlo Integration
 Random Number Generator
 Periodic Boundary Conditions (PBC)
 Equilibrations
 MC sampling
 Markov process and its applications  1
 Markov process and its applications  2
 Metropolis sampling
 Principles of detailed balance
 Simulation strategy
 NVT ensemble
 NVE and NPT ensemble
 GCMC  1
 GCMC  2
 GEMC
 MC simulation of polymers: fundamental
 Fundamental of polymer physics
 MC moves for polymer simulations
 Introduction to rare events
 Weighted Histogram Analysis Method (WHAM) and Umbrella sampling

103103037 
Chemical Engineering 
Process Control and Instrumentation 
Dr. P.K. Saha 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Introduction
 Process Modeling
 Example of Modeling of a Stirred Tank Heater
 Linearization of nonlinear model
 Laplace Transform
 Laplace Transform of derivatives
 First Order Process
 Significance of First Order Process
 Second Order Process
 Features of the process response
 Poles and Zeros
 Higher Order Systems
 Frequency Response Analysis
 Bode Diagram
 Bode Diagram of pure time delay
 Nyquist Plot
 Introduction to Feedback Control
 Process
 Transmission Lines
 Closed loop response of liquid level in a storage tank: A case study
 Offset in the output due to a P Controller
 Stability of a closed loop process
 Design of feedback controllers
 CohenCoon technique of Controller Tuning
 Stability of feedback control system
 Gain Margin and Phase Margin
 Problems with large dead time and/or inverse response
 Processes with inverse response
 Feed forward control
 Cascade Control
 Ratio Control
 Auctioneering Control
 Adaptive Control
 Introduction to Multi loop multivariable control
 Example of a flash drum for generating control configuration
 Interaction between control loops
 Decoupling of control loops
 Introduction to Instrumentation
 Process Flow Diagram
 Actuators
 Sensors
 Flow Measuring Devices
 Questions List
 Answers List

103104043 
Chemical Engineering 
Fluid Mechanics 
Prof. Nishith Verma 
Web 
IIT Kanpur 
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 Definition of a fluid and Newtons' law of viscosity
 Rate of strain, NonNewtonian fluid
 Pascal's theorem, Basic equation
 Basic equation: derivation, pressure variation in an incompressible fluid
 Pressure variation in two immiscible fluids, manometer, barometer
 Calculation of vertical component
 Calculation of horizontal component, buoyancy
 Examples
 Lagrangian and Eulerian approaches; Euler's acceleration formula
 Steady and unsteady state
 Control mass, control volume, mass, momentum, kinetic energy balance
 Conservation of mass and examples
 Continuity, Momentum theorem
 Momentum theorem examples
 Equation of motion
 Couette and Poiseuille flows
 Tubular laminar flow and HagenPoiseuille equation
 Macroscopic momentum balance for pressuredrop in a tubular flow
 Mechanical energy balance
 Bernoulli equation and energy applications
 Minor loss, kinetic energy correction factor
 Flow measuring devices
 Major loss in pipe flow
 Examples on Bernoulli equation
 Centrifugal pump: characterisitcs, efficiency, NPSH
 Creeping flow, Stokeslaw and terminal velocity
 Flow at high Reynolds numbers (Boundary layer theory)
 Examples on drag
 Drag, particles settling
 Pressuredrop: Ergun's equation
 Examples on pressure drop calculations
 Fluidization
 Minimum fluidization velocity
 Examples on fixed and fluidized beds
 Plate and frame press filter, Rotary filter
 Principles of filtration, constant pressure and volume filtration
 Example
 Buckingham Pitheorem
 Geomteric and dynamic similarities, examples
 Equipment, flow patterns, power requirement
 Equipment, theoretical cut diameter, efficieny

103104044 
Chemical Engineering 
Fluid Mechanics 
Dr. V. Shankar 
Video 
IIT Kanpur 
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 Lecture01
 Lecture02
 Lecture03
 Lecture04
 Lecture05
 Lecture06
 Lecture07
 Lecture08
 Lecture09
 Lecture10
 Lecture11
 Lecture12
 Lecture13
 Lecture14
 Lecture15
 Lecture16
 Lecture17
 Lecture18
 Lecture19
 Lecture20
 Lecture21
 Lecture22
 Lecture23
 Lecture24
 Lecture25
 Lecture26
 Lecture27
 Lecture28
 Lecture29
 Lecture30
 Lecture31
 Lecture32
 Lecture33
 Lecture34
 Lecture35
 Lecture36
 Lecture37
 Lecture38
 Lecture39
 Lecture40

103104045 
Chemical Engineering 
Introduction to Colloid and Interface Science and Engineering 
Prof. A. Sharma 
Web 
IIT Kanpur 
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 Lecture1
 Lecture2
 Lecture3
 Lecture4
 Lecture5
 Lecture6
 Lecture7
 Lecture8
 Lecture9
 Lecture10
 Lecture11
 Lecture12
 Lecture13
 Lecture 14
 Lecture15
 Lecture16
 Lecture17
 Lecture18
 Lecture19
 lecture20
 Lecture21
 Lecture22
 Lecture23
 Lecture24
 Lecture25
 Lecture26
 Lecture27
 Lecture28
 Lecture29
 Lecture30
 Lecture31
 Lecture32
 Lecture33
 Lecture34
 Lecture35
 Lecture36
 Lecture37
 Lecture38
 Lecture39
 Lecture40

103104046 
Chemical Engineering 
Mass Transfer II 
Prof. Nishith Verma 
Video 
IIT Kanpur 
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 Lecture01
 Lecture02
 Lecture03
 Lecture04
 Lecture05
 Lecture06
 Lecture07
 Lecture08
 Lecture09
 Lecture10
 Lecture11
 Lecture12
 Lecture13
 Lecture14
 Lecture15
 Lecture16
 Lecture17
 Lecture18
 Lecture19
 Lecture20
 Lecture21
 Lecture22
 Lecture23
 Lecture24
 Lecture25
 Lecture26
 Lecture27
 Lecture28
 Lecture29
 Lecture30
 Lecture31
 Lecture32
 Lecture33
 Lecture34
 Lecture35
 Lecture36
 Lecture37
 Lecture38
 Lecture39
 Lecture40

103104047 
Chemical Engineering 
Mechanics of Soft Materials 
Dr. A. Ghatak 
Web 
IIT Kanpur 
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 Displacement:
 Stress
 Work and Energy
 Loading on an elastic half space
 Rigid Flat Punch
 Pressure Applied to a circular region:
 Pressure Applied to a circular region(contd..)
 Hertzian Mechanics
 JKR Contact Mechanics Theory
 JKR Contact Mechanics Theory(contd...)
 Compression of an elastic film sandwiched between two rigid parallel plates
 Bending of a rod by couples applied at its end
 equations of equilibrium of rods
 Bending of a rod under concentrated load
 Torsion of Rods
 Bending of thin plates
 Longitudinal deformation of plates
 Wrinkling of a thin sheet under uniaxial tensile strain
 Peeling a thin flexible plate off an elastic adhesive bonded to a flexible substrate
 Peeling a thin flexible plate off an elastic adhesive bonded to a flexible substrate
 Elastic effect induced by surface tension of liquid.
 NeoHookean elasticity
 Homogeneous Strain
 Simultaneous Stretching and torsion of a solid neoHookean Cylinder
 Inflation of a baloon
 Theory of Incremental Stresses
 Theory of Incremental Stresses (contd...)
 Boundary Condition
 The slide modulus
 Buckling of a thick slab
 Stress induced surface instability of soft materials
 Estimation of flexural rigidity of proteinaceous filaments like microtubules and Actin.
 Estimation of flexural rigidity of proteinaceous filaments like microtubules and Actin. (continued )
 The significance of the persistence length
 Chain configurations and elasticity
 Entropic Elasticity
 Six fold Network in 2D
 Network with sixfold symmetry under stress
 Network with sixfold symmetry at nonzero temperature (contd...)
 Three dimensional networks

103104049 
Chemical Engineering 
Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes 
Dr. Nitin Kaistha 
Web 
IIT Kanpur 
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 introduction
 Essential Process Control Basics
 Control of Common Unit Operations
 Issues in Plantwide Control System Design
 Economic Plantwide Control Design Procedure and Case Studies
 Comprehensive Case Study

103104050 
Chemical Engineering 
Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes 
Dr. Nitin Kaistha 
Video 
IIT Kanpur 
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 Lecture01.Introduction to the course
 Lecture02.Process Dynamics and Negative Feedback
 Lecture03.PID control
 Lecture04.Common Industrial Control Loops and advanced loops
 Lecture05.Advanced loops (contd) and multivariable systems
 Lecture06.Systematic Tuning Using Frequency Domain Analysis
 Lecture07.Frequency Domain Analysis
 Lecture08.Multivariable Systems
 Lecture09.RGA and dynamic decoupling
 Lecture10.Model based control
 Lecture11.Dynamic Matrix Control
 Lecture12.Control of Distillation Columns
 Lecture13.Temperature inferential distillation control
 Lecture14.Considerations in temperature inferential control
 Lecture15.Control of Complex Column Configurations
 Lecture16.Control of Heat Integrated Columns
 Lecture17.Homogenous extractive distillation
 Lecture18.More on complex columns and reactive distillation
 Lecture19.Control of reactors
 Lecture20.PFR controls (continued) & CSTRs
 Lecture21.CSTR heat management
 Lecture22.Heat Exchangers and Miscellaneous Systems
 Lecture23.Degrees of freedom analysis
 Lecture24.Degrees of freedom (contd)
 Lecture25.Illustration of considerations in control structure synthesis
 Lecture26.Two column recycle process
 Lecture27.Throughput manipulator selection
 Lecture28.Plantwide control structure design
 Lecture29.Systematizing plantwide control design
 Lecture30.The Luyben design procedure
 Lecture31.Role of equipment capacity constraints
 Lecture32.Recycle process case study
 Lecture33.Recycle process case study (contd)
 Lecture34.C4 isomerization process case study
 Lecture35.C4 isomerization process case study (contd)
 Lecture36.C4 isomerization process case study
 Lecture37.Systematic economic plantwide control design procedure
 Lecture38.Ethyl benzene process case study
 Lecture39.C4 isomerization process revisited
 Lecture40.Contrasting conventional and topdown approach
 Lecture 41.Cumene process plantwide control

103105054 
Chemical Engineering 
Biochemical Engineering 
Dr. Rintu Banerjee,Dr. Saikat Chakraborty 
Video 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Fundamentals of Biology & Biotechnology
 Glimpses of Microbial World  Bacteria
 Virus and Cell Organelles
 Carbohydrate
 Nucleic Acid
 Lipids
 Proteins
 Biochemistry & Thermodynamics of Enzymes
 Enzyme Kinetics : MichealisMenten Kinetics
 Regulation of Enzyme Activity : Inhibition
 Regulation of Enzyme Activity : Inhibition (Contd.)
 Effects of Substrate and Inhibition, pH and Temperature on Enzyme Activity
 Immobilized Enzymes
 Immobilized Enzymes (Contd.)
 Interphase Mass Transfer and Reaction in Immobilized Enzymes
 Interphase Mass Transfer and Reaction in Immobilized Enzymes (Contd.)
 Effectiveness Factor in Immobilized Enzymes
 Bioenergetics and Glycolysis
 TCA Cycle
 Electron Transport Chain & Oxidative Phosphorylation
 Pentose Phosphate Pathways Glycogenesis & Glycogenolysis
 Urea Cycle, Gluconeogenesis and Glyoxalate Cycle
 Microbial Growth : Phases and Models
 Effect of Mass Transfer on Microbial & Fungal Growth
 Effect of Multiple Substrates and Inhibition on Microbial Growth
 Design of Bioreactors
 Design of Chemostats
 Stability of Bioreactors
 Stability of Bioreactors (Contd.)
 Introduction to Receptor  Ligand Binding
 Effects of Ligand Depletion and Multiple Receptors on Binding Kinetics
 Effects of Ligand Depletion and Multiple Receptors on Binding Kinetics (Contd.)
 ReceptorsMediated Endocytosis
 Kinetics of ReceptorMediated Endocytosis
 General Model for ReceptorMediated Endocytosis
 Multiple Interacting Microbial Population: PreyPredator Models
 Manufacture of Biochemicals
 Manufacture of Biochemicals (Contd.) & Strategies for Biomolecules Separation
 Strategies for Biomolecules Separation (Contd.)
 Strategies for Biomolecules Separation (Contd.)

103105057 
Chemical Engineering 
Microscale Transport Processes 
Prof. S. Dasgupta,Dr. Somnath Ganguly 
Video 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Introduction
 Introduction (Contd.)
 Lab on Chip
 Lab on Chip (Contd.)
 Microscale manufacturing practices
 Photolithography
 Photolithography (contd.)
 Deposition
 Plastic microfluidic devices
 Mixing
 Micro Heat Pipes
 Mixing (contd.)
 Mixing (contd.)
 Micro Heat Pipes (contd.)
 Mixing (contd.)
 Dispersion
 Dispersion (contd.)
 Dispersion (contd.)
 Electrowetting
 Electro osmosis
 Electrowetting (contd.)
 Electro osmosis (contd.)
 Dielectrophoresis
 Dielectrophoresis (contd.)
 Dielectrophoresis (contd.)
 Scaling dimension and issues
 Slip flow
 Microstructured reactor
 Immiscible flow in microchannel
 Immiscible flow in microchannel (contd.)
 Immiscible flow in microchannel (contd.)
 Scaling dimension and issues (contd.)
 Immiscible flow in microchannel (contd.)
 Plastic device making
 Transport processes and their descriptions
 Convective fluid dynamics in microchannels
 Microfluidic networks
 Electrohydrodynamic atomization
 Electrohydrodynamic atomization (contd.)
 Interfacial phenomena in thin liquid films

103105058 
Chemical Engineering 
Multiphase Flow 
Prof. Gargi Das,Prof. P.K. Das 
Web 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Introduction
 Estimation of Flow Patterns
 Estimation of Flow Patterns (Contd.)
 Estimation of Flow Patterns (Contd. )
 Estimation of Flow Patterns ( Contd. )
 Methods of Analysis
 Definitions and Common Terminologies
 Definitions and Common Terminologies (Contd.)
 Homogeneous Flow Model
 Homogeneous Flow Model (Contd.)
 Homogeneous Flow Model (Contd.)
 The One Dimensional Drift Flux Model
 The One Dimensional Drift Flux Model (Contd.)
 The One Dimensional Drift Flux Model (Contd.)
 The One Dimensional Drift Flux Model (Contd.)
 The One Dimensional Drift Flux Model (Contd.)
 The Separated Flow Model
 The Separated Flow Model (Contd.)
 The Separated Flow Model (Contd. )
 The Separated Flow Model (Contd.)
 The Separated Flow Model (Contd.)
 The Separated Flow Model (Contd.)
 The Separated Flow Model (Contd.)
 The Separated Flow Model ( Contd.)
 The Separated Flow Model (Contd.)
 The Separated Flow Model (Contd.)
 Flow Regime Based Models
 Flow Regime Based Models (Contd.)
 Flow Regime Based Models ( Contd.)
 Flow Regime Based Models (Contd.)
 Flow Regime Based Models (Contd.)
 Two Phase Flow with Phase Change
 Two Phase Flow with Phase Change (Contd.)
 Parametric Measurement of Two Phase Flow
 Parametric Measurement of Two Phase Flow (Contd.)
 Parametric Measurement of Two Phase Flow (Contd.)
 Parametric Measurement of Two Phase Flow (Contd.)
 Parametric Measurement of Two Phase Flow (Contd.)
 Parametric Measurement of Two Phase Flow (Contd.)
 Parametric Measurement of Two Phase Flow (Contd.)

103105059 
Chemical Engineering 
Multiphase Flow 
Prof. Gargi Das,Prof. P.K. Das 
Video 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Introduction
 Estimation of Flow Patterns
 Estimation of Flow Patterns (Contd.)
 Flow Pattern Maps Fascinating Taylor Bubbles
 Definitions and Common Terminologies
 Definitions and Common Terminologies (Contd.)
 Simple Analytical Models
 The Homogeneous Flow Theory
 The Homogeneous Flow Theory (Contd.)
 Compressible Flow A Recapitulation
 Compressible Flow A Recapitulation (Contd.)
 Choked Flow Condition for Homogeneous Flow
 Drift Flux Model
 Drift Flux Model (Contd.)
 Drift Flux Model (Contd. )
 Drift Flux Model ( Contd.)
 Separated Flow Model
 Separated Flow Model (Contd. )
 Separated Flow Model ( Contd. )
 Separated Flow Model  Condition of Choking
 Separated Flow Model  Condition of Choking (Contd.)
 Separated Flow Model  Estimation of Frictional Pressure Drop and Void Fraction
 Separated Flow Model  Estimation of Frictional Pressure Drop and Void Fraction (Contd.)
 Separated Flow Model  Estimation of Frictional Pressure Drop and Void Fraction (Contd. )
 Separated Flow Model  Estimation of Frictional Pressure Drop and Void Fraction ( Contd. )
 Analysis of Specific Flow Regimes
 Analysis of Specific Flow Regimes (Contd.)
 Analysis of Specific Flow Regimes  Slug Flow (Contd.)
 Two Phase Flow with Phase Change  An Introduction to Boiling Heat Transfer
 Bubble Growth
 Different Types of Nucleation
 Ibullition from Hot Surfaces
 Cycle of Bubble Growth and Departure
 Heat Transfer in Different Regimes of Boiling
 Heat Transfer in Different Regimes of Boiling (Contd.)
 Critical Heat Flux , Film Boiling
 Measuerement Techniques for Two Phase flow Parameters
 Measuerement Techniques for Two Phase flow Parameters  Void Fraction Measurement
 Measuerement Techniques for Two Phase flow Parameters  Void Fraction Measurement (Contd.)
 Measurement Techniques for Two  Phase Flow Parameters  Estimation of Flow Patterns

103105060 
Chemical Engineering 
Novel Separation Processes 
Prof. S. De 
Web 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Lecture 1 : Fundamentals of Separation Processes
 Lecture 1 :Various Separation Processes and Identification of Novel Separation Processes
 Lecture 1 :Membrane Based Separation Processes
 Lecture 2 :Membrane Based Separation Processes ( Continued)
 Lecture 3 : Membrane Based Separation Processes ( Continued)
 Lecture 4 : Membrane Based Separation Processes ( Continued)
 Lecture 5 : Membrane Based Separation Processes ( Continued)
 Lecture 6 : Membrane Based Separation Processes ( Continued)
 Lecture 7 : Membrane Based Separation Processes ( Continued)
 Lecture 8 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 9 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 lecture 10 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 12 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 13 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 14 :Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 15 :Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 16 :Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 17 :Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 18 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 19 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 20 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 21 : Membrane Based Separation Processes(Continued)
 Lecture 1  External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes For Colloidal Particles
 Lecture 2  External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes For Colloidal Particles: (Continued)
 Lecture 3  External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes For Colloidal Particles:(Continued)
 Lecture 4  External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes For Colloidal Particles:(Continued)
 Lecture 5  Solved Problems
 Lecture 5  Solved Problems: (Continued)
 Lecture 1 : Gas Separation:
 Lecture 2 : Gas Separation:(Continued)
 Lecture 1 : Surfactant Based Separation Processes
 Lecture 2  Surfactant Based Separation Processes: (Continued)
 Lecture 3  Surfactant Based Separation Processes: (Continued)
 Lecture 4  Surfactant Based Separation Processes: (Continued)
 Lecture 1 : Centrifugal Separation Processes
 Lecture 2  Centrifugal Separation Processes:( Continued)
 Lecture 1 :Chromatographic Separation and Ion Exchange
 Lecture 2  Chromatographic Separation and Ion Exchange: (Continued)
 Lecture 1 : Electrophoretic Separation Methods
 Lecture 1 : Supercritical Fluid Extraction
 Lecture 2  Electrophoretic Separation Methods:(Continued)
 Lecture 2 : Electrophoretic Separation Methods:(Continued)
 Lecture 11  Membrane Based Separation Processes: ( Continued)

103105061 
Chemical Engineering 
Novel Separation Processes 
Prof. S. De 
Video 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Fundamentals of Separation Processes
 Identification of Novel Separation Processes
 Membrane Separation Processes
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...1)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...2)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...3)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...4)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...5)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...6)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...7)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...8)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...9)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...10)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...11)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...12)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...13)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...14)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...15)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...16)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...17)
 Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...18)
 External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes
 External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...1)
 External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...2)
 External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...3)
 External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes (Contd...4)
 Gas Separation
 Gas Separation (Contd.)
 Surfactant Based Separation Processes
 Surfactant Based Separation Processes (Contd.)
 Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration
 Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration (Contd.)
 Liquid Membranes
 Liquid Membranes (Contd.)
 Centrifugal Separation Processes
 Chromatographic Separation Processes
 Chromatographic Separation Processes (Contd.)
 Ion Exchange Processes
 Electrophoretic Separation Methods
 Electrophoretic Separation Methods (Contd.)
 Supercritical Fluid Extraction

103105066 
Chemical Engineering 
Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films 
Dr. R. Mukherjee 
Video 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Introduction
 Introduction (Contd.)
 Some Fundamental Surface Related Concepts  I
 Surface Tension (in terms of molecular interactions)
 Effect Surface Tension : Laplace Pressure
 Young Laplace Equation
 Rayleish Instability
 Meso Scale Fabrication Approaches
 Photo Lithography  I
 Photo Lithography  II
 Photo Lithography  III
 Photo Lithography  IV
 Photo Lithography  V
 Nano Imprint Lithography
 Nano Imprint Lithography (Contd.)
 Soft Lithography  I
 Soft Lithography  II
 Soft Lithography  III
 Soft Lithography  IV
 Soft Lithography  V
 Soft Lithography  VI
 Atomic Force Microscope  I
 Atomic Force Microscope  II
 Atomic Force Microscope  III
 Atomic Force Microscope  IV
 Atomic Force Microscope  V
 Intermolecular Forces between Particles and Surfaces  I
 Intermolecular Forces between Particles and Surfaces  II
 Intermolecular Forces between Particles and Surfaces  III
 Intermolecular Forces between Particles and Surfaces  IV
 Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film  I
 Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film  II
 Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film  III
 Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film  IV
 Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film  V
 Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film  VI
 Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film  VII
 Template Guided Dewetting
 Elastic Contact Instability and Lithography
 Gradient Surfaces

103105106 
Chemical Engineering 
Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering 
Prof. S. De 
Video 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Introduction to vector space
 Introduction to vector space (Contd.)
 Onto, into, one to one function
 Vectors
 Vectors (Contd.)
 Contraction Mapping
 Contraction Mapping (Contd.)
 Matrix, Determinant
 Eigenvalue Problem in Discrete Domain
 Eigenvalue Problem in Discrete Domain (Contd.)
 Eigenvalue Problem in Discrete Domain (Contd.)
 Eigenvalue Problem in Discrete Domain (Contd.)
 Stability Analysis
 Stability Analysis (Contd.)
 Stability Analysis (Contd.)
 More Examples
 Partial Differential Equations
 Partial Differential Equations(Contd.)
 Eigenvalue Problem in Continuous Domain
 Special ODEs
 Adjoint Operator
 Theorems of Eigenvalues and Eigenfunction
 Solution PDE : Separation of Variables Method
 Solution of Parabolic PDE : Separation of variables method
 Solution of Parabolic PDE : Separation of Variables Method (Contd.)
 Solution of Higher Dimensional PDEs
 Solution of Higher Dimensional PDEs (Contd.)
 Four Dimensional Parabolic PDE
 Solution of Elliptic and Hyperbolic PDE
 Solution of Elliptic and Hyperbolic PDE (Contd.)
 PDE in Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinate
 Solution of nonhomogeneous PDE
 Solution of nonhomogeneous PDE (Contd.)
 Solution of nonhomogeneous Parabolic PDE
 Solution of nonhomogeneous Elliptic PDE
 Solution of nonhomogeneous Elliptic PDE (Contd.)
 Similarity Solution
 Similarity Solution (Contd.)
 Integral Method
 Laplace Transform
 Fourier Transform

103106068 
Chemical Engineering 
Advanced Transport Phenomena 
Dr. R. Nagarajan 
Web 
IIT Madras 
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 Overview & ?Bulb Blackening? Example
 Overview & ?Hot Corrosion? Example
 Transport Laws: Assumptions & Control Volumes
 Conservation Principles: Mass Conservation
 Conservation Principles: Momentum & Energy Conservation
 Conservation Principles: Entropy Conservation
 Conservation Equations: Alternative Formulations
 Conservation Equations: Across Discontinuities, Turbulent Flows & Multiphase Flows
 Constitutive Laws: Momentum Transfer
 Constitutive Laws: Energy & Mass Transfer
 Constitutive Laws: Illustrative Problems
 Momentum Transport: Steady Compressible Fluid Flow
 Momentum Transport: Shock Waves
 Momentum Transport: Flow over a Solid Wall
 Momentum Transport: Steady Laminar Flow
 Momentum Transport: Flow in Porous Media & Packed Beds
 Momentum Transport: Illustrative Problems
 Energy Transport: Flow Past Hot Sphere
 Energy Transport: SteadyState Heat Conduction
 Energy Transport: Transient Heat Diffusion
 Energy Transport: Convective Heat Transfer
 Energy Transport: Analogy to Momentum Transfer
 Energy Transport: Radiation & Illustrative Problems
 Mass Transport: Ideal Reactors & Transport Mechanisms
 Mass Transport: Composite Planar Slab
 Mass Transport: Diffusion with Chemical Reaction
 Mass Transport: TwoPhase Flow
 Mass Transport: NonIdeal Flow Reactors
 Mass Transport: Illustrative Problems
 Similitude Analysis: Dimensional Analysis
 Similitude Analysis: Full & Partial
 Similitude Analysis: Flame Flashback, Blowoff & Height
 Similitude Analysis: Illustrative Problems
 Problem Solving Techniques, Aids, Philosophy
 Illustrative Example: Flame Propagation
 Outline of Numerical Solution Methods
 Illustrative Example: Protective Oxide Dissolution on GT Blades
 Student Exercises: True/ False Questions
 Students Exercises: Numerical Questions (Modules 15)
 Students Exercises: Numerical Questions (Modules 68)

103106073 
Chemical Engineering 
Computational Fluid Dynamics 
Prof. Sreenivas Jayanti 
Video 
IIT Madras 
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 Motivation for CFD and Introduction to the CFD approach
 Illustration of the CFD approach through a worked out example
 Eulerian approach, Conservation Equation, Derivation of Mass Conservation Equation and Statement of the momentum conservation equation
 Forces acting on a control volume; Stress tensor; Derivation of the momentum conservation equation ; Closure problem; Deformation of a fluid element in fluid flow
 Kinematics of deformation in fluid flow; Stress vs strain rate relation; Derivation of the NavierStokes equations
 Equations governing flow of incompressible flow; Initial and boundary conditions; Wellposedness of a fluid flow problem
 Equations for some simple cases; Generic scalar transport equation form of the governing equations; Outline of the approach to the solution of the N S equations.
 cut out the first 30s; Spatial discretization of a simple flow domain; Taylor?s series expansion and the basis of finite difference approximation of a derivative; Central and onesided difference approximations; Order of accuracy of finite difference ap
 Finite difference approximation of pth order of accuracy for qth order derivative; cross derivatives; Examples of high order accurate formulae for several derivatives
 One sided high order accurate approximations; Explicit and implicit formulations for the time derivatives
 Numerical solution of the unsteady advection equation using different finite difference approximations
 Need for analysis of a discretization scheme; Concepts of consistency, stability and convergence and the equivalence theorem of Lax ; Analysis for consistency
 Statement of the stability problem; von Neumann stability analysis of the first order wave equation
 Consistency and stability analysis of the unsteady diffusion equation; Analysis for two and three dimensional cases; Stability of implicit schemes
 Interpretation of the stability condition; Stability analysis of the generic scalar equation and the concept of upwinding ; Diffusive and dissipative errors in numerical solution; Introduction to the concept of TVD schemes
 Template for the generic scalar transport equation and its extension to the solution of NavierStokes equa tions for a compressible flow.
 Illustration of application of the template using the MacCormack scheme for a threedimensional compressible flow
 Stability limits of MacCormack scheme; Limitations in extending compressible flow schemes to incompre ssible flows ; Difficulty of evaluation of pressure in incompressible flows and listing of various approaches
 Artificial compressibility method and the streamfunctionvorticity method for the solution of NS equations and their limitations
 Pressur e equation method for the solution of NS equations
 Pressurecorrection approach to the solution of NS equations on a staggered grid; SIMPLE and its family of methods
 Need for effici ent solution of linear algebraic equations; Classification of approaches for the solution of linear algebraic equations.
 Direct methods for linear algebraic equations; Gaussian elimination method
 GaussJordan method; LU decomposition method; TDMA and Thomas algorithm
 Basic iterative methods for linear algebraic equations: Description of point Jacobi, GaussSeidel and SOR methods
 Convergence analysis of basic iterative schemes; Diagonal dominance condition for convergence; Influence of source terms on the diagonal dominance condition; Rate of convergence
 Application to the Laplace equation
 Advanced iterative methods: Alternating Direction Implicit Method; Operator splitting
 Advanced iterative methods; Strongly Implicit Proc edure; Conjugate gradient method; Multigrid method
 Illustration of the Multigrid method for the Laplace equation
 Overview of the approach of numerical solution of NS equations for simple domains; Introduction to complexity arising from physics and geometry
 Derivation of the energy conservation equation
 Derivation of the species conservation equation; dealing with chemical reactions
 Turbulence; Characteri stics of turbulent flow; Dealing with fluctuations and the concept of timeaveraging
 Derivation of the Reynolds averaged Navier Stokes equations; identification of the closure problem of turbulence; Boussinesq hypothesis and eddy viscosity
 Reynol ds stresses in turbulent flow; Time and length scales of turbulence; Energy cascade; Mixing length model for eddy viscosity
 Oneequation model for turbulent flow
 Two equation model for turbulent flow; Numerical calculation of turbulent reacting flows
 Calculation of nearwall region in turbulent flow; wall function approach; nearwall turbulence models
 Need for special methods for dealing with irregular fl ow geometry; Outline of the Bodyfitted grid approach ; Coordinate transformation to a general, 3D curvilinear system
 Transformation of the governing equations; Illustration for the Laplace equation; Appearance and significance of cross derivative terms; Concepts of structured and unstructured grids.
 Finite vol ume method for complicated flow domain; Illustration for the case of flow through a duct of triangular cross section.
 Finite volume method for the general case
 Generation of a structured grid for irregular flow domain; Algebraic methods; Elliptic grid generation method
 Unstructured grid generation; Domain nodalization; Advancing front method for triangulation
 Delaunay triangulation method for unstructured grid generation
 Co located grid approach for irregular geometries; Pressure correction equation for a co located structured grid; Pressure correction equation for a colocated unstructured grid.

103106074 
Chemical Engineering 
Computational Techniques 
Dr. Niket S.Kaisare 
Video 
IIT Madras 
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 Introduction
 Computational and Error Analysis
 Linear Equations Part 1
 Linear Equations Part 2
 Linear Equations Part 3
 Linear Equations Part 4
 Linear Equations Part 5
 Linear Equations Part 6
 Non Linear Algebraic Equations Part 1
 Non Linear Algebraic Equations Part 2
 Non Linear Algebraic Equations Part 3
 Non Linear Algebraic Equations Part 4
 Non Linear Algebraic Equations Part 5
 Non Linear Algebraic Equations Part 6
 Regression and Interpolation Part 1
 Regression and Interpolation Part 2
 Regression and Interpolation Part 3
 Regression and Interpolation Part 4
 Regression and Interpolation Part 5
 Differentiation and Integration Part 1
 Differentiation and Integration Part 2
 Differentiation and Integration Part 3
 Differentiation and Integration Part 4
 Differentiation and Integration Part 5
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 1
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 2
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 3
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 4
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 5
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 6
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 7
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 8
 Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) Part 9
 Ordinary Differential Equations (boundary value problems) Part 1
 Ordinary Differential Equations (boundary value problems) Part 2
 Ordinary Differential Equations (boundary value problems) Part 3
 Partial Differential Equations Part 1
 Partial Differential Equations Part 2
 Partial Differential Equations Part 3
 Partial Differential Equations Part 4

103106103 
Chemical Engineering 
Particle Characterization (PG) 
Dr. R. Nagarajan 
Video 
IIT Madras 
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 Introduction: Why study particle characterization?
 Introduction: Classification of particle characteristics
 Morphological Characterization: Shape analysis methods
 Morphological Characterization: Techniques of shape assessment
 Morphological Characterization: Decision rules
 Morphological Characterization: Static vs dynamic methods of size analysis
 Morphological Characterization: Static methods of size analysis
 Morphological Characterization: Light scattering from spherical particles
 Morphological Characterization: Particle counters
 Morphological Characterization: Particle size distributions
 Morphological Characterization: Acoustic Attenuation Spectroscopy
 Morphological Characterization: Nanoparticle size analysis
 Structural Characterization
 Interfacial Characterization
 Surface Adhesion: Forces
 Surface Adhesion: Electrostatic & SurfaceTension Forces
 Surface Adhesion: Adhesion Force Measurement
 Particle Removal: Methods
 Particle Removal: Wet Cleaning
 Particle Cohesion: Forces
 Particle Cohesion: Flowability Implications
 Transport Properties: Diffusion & Electrostatic Field Effects
 Transport Properties: Drag & Inertia
 Transport Properties: Deposition Fluxes & Rates
 Transport Properties: Illustrative Application
 Chemical & Compositional Characterization: Reactivity
 Chemical & Compositional Characterization: Analytical Methods
 Chemical & Compositional Characterization: XRD & AFM
 Nanoparticle Characterization: BottomUp Synthesis Methods
 Nanoparticle Characterization: TopDown Synthesis Methods
 Nanoparticle Characterization: Dispersion
 Nanoparticle Characterization: Properties & Techniques
 Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: NanoFluids
 Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Filtration
 Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Cleanrooms
 Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: HighTechnology Manufacturing
 Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Explosivity
 Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Environment & Human Health
 Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Other Applications
 Summary

103106108 
Chemical Engineering 
Heavy and Fine Chemicals (Chemical Process Technology) 
Dr. Nirmal K. Patel 
Web 
IIT Madras 
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 HEAVY AND FINE CHEMICALS
 CARBON DIOXIDE
 OXYGEN AND NITROGEN
 HYDROGEN
 HYDROGEN (Continued)
 AMMONIA
 ACETYLENE
 SODIUM CHLORIDE
 SODIUM CARBONATE
 SODIUM CARBONATE (continued)
 SODIUM BICARBONATE
 SODIUM HYDROXIDE
 SODIUM HYDROXIDE (Continued)
 SODIUM HYDROXIDE (Continued.)
 CHLORINE
 NITRIC ACID
 SULFURIC ACID
 SULFURIC ACID (continued)
 HYDROCHLORIC ACID
 PHOSPHOROUS
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 CEMENT INDUSTRIES
 CEMENT CLASSIFICATION (Continued)
 CEMENT MANUFACTURE
 CEMENT (Continued)
 CERAMIC INDUSTRIES
 WHITEWARES
 CLAY PRODUCTS AND REFRACTORIES
 SPECIALIZED CERAMIC PRODUCTS AND VITREOUS ENAMEL
 GLASS INDUSTRIES
 MANUFACTURE OF GLASS
 GLASS (Continued)
 FERTILIZER
 AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE
 SUPERPHOSPHATE
 TRIPLE SUPERPHOSPHATE
 UREA
 CALCIUM AMMONIUM NITRATE
 AMMONIUM CHLORIDE
 AMMONIUM SULFATE
 POTASSIUM CHLORIDE
 POTASSIUM SULFATE
 PAINT INDUSTRIES
 PAINT INDUSTRIES (continued)
 PAINT INDUSTRIES (continued.)

103107082 
Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Technology  I 
Dr. I.D.Mall 
Web 
IIT Roorkee 
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 Chemical Process Industries
 Raw Material for Organic Chemical Industries
 Basic Principles of Unit Processes & Unit Operations in Organic Chemical Industries
 Coal as Chemical Feed Stock
 Coal carbonization and Coke Oven Plant
 Gasification of Coal, Petrocoke and Biomass
 Introduction to Pulp and Paper Industry, Raw Material for Paper Industry and Technological Development
 Pulping and Bleaching
 Recovery of Chemicals from Kraft and Agrobased Mills
 Stock Preparation and Paper Making
 Introduction to Soap and Detergent, Soap Making and Recovery of Glycerine
 Synthetic Detergent and Linear Alkyl Benzene
 Introduction to Sugar , Fermentation Industry and Manufacture of Alcohol
 Ethanol as Chemical Feedstock
 Introduction : Status of Petroleum Refinery, Crude Oil and Natural Gas Origin, Occurrence, Exploration, Drilling and Processing, Fuel Norms
 Evaluation of Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Petrochemicals
 Crude Oil Distillation
 Thermal Cracking, Visbreaking and Delayed Coking
 Catalytic Cracking, Fluid Catalytic Cracking and Hydro Cracking
 Catalytic Reforming
 Alkylation, Isomerisation and Polymerisation
 Desulphurisation Processes and Recovery of Sulphur
 Profile of Petrochemical Industry and its Structure
 Naphtha and Gas Cracking for Production of Olefins
 Recovery of Chemicals from FCC and Steam Cracker
 Synthesis Gas and its Derivatives: Hydrogen, CO, Methanol, Formaldehyde, Metanol to Olefin Technology
 Ethylene and Derivatives: Ethylene Oxide, Ethylene Glycol, Ethylene Dichloride and Vinyl Chloride, Acetaldehyde
 Propylene, Propylene Oxide and Isopropanol, Acrylonitrile
 Aromatic (BTX) Production
 Aromatics Product Profile, Ethyl benzene &Styrene, Cumene and Phenol, Bisphenol, Aniline
 Introduction to Polymer, Elastomer and Synthetic Fibre, Classification Polymerisation Reactions and Polymer
 Polymer: Polyolefins: Polyethylene, Poly Propylene and Polystyrene
 Polyvinyl chloride, Polycarbonate, Thermoset Resin:Phenol Formaldehyde, Urea Formaldehyde and Melamine Formaldehyde
 Elastomers: Natural and Synthetic Rubber , Styrene Butadiene Rubber(SBR), Poly Butadiene, Nitrile Rubber
 Cylohexane, Caprolactam, Nylon 6 Adipic Acid and Hexametrhylenediamine, Nylon66
 DMT and Terephthalic Acid, Polyester, PET Resin, PBT Resin
 Acrylonitrile, Acrylic Fibre, Modified Acrylic Fibre, Polyurethane
 Cellulosic Fibre(Viscose Rayon and Acetate Rayon, Cuprammoium rayon)
 Agrochemical Market
 Dyes and Intermediate

103107084 
Chemical Engineering 
Environmental Engineering 
Dr. V. C. Srivastava 
Web 
IIT Roorkee 
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 Introduction to Environmental Engineering
 Environmental Acts and Rules
 Standards for ambient air, noise emission and effluents
 Water Quality Monitoring: Collection of water samples & estimation of physical parameters
 Water Quality Monitoring: Estimation of Chemical parameters
 Water Quality Monitoring: Estimation of alkalinity, BOD & COD
 Water Quality Monitoring: Estimation of fecal indicator bacteria
 Characterization of Air Emissions
 Fugitive Emission Control and Water Use Minimization
 Water Recycling and Reuse
 Introduction to Air Pollution and Control
 Particulate Emission Control by Mechanical Separation & Wet Gas Scrubbing
 Design of cyclones
 Design of fabric filter
 Particulate emission control by electrostatic precipitation
 Design of ESP
 Gaseous emission control by absorption and adsorption1
 Introduction to Water Pollution and Control
 Pretreatment & Physical treatment: Flow equalization
 Pretreatment & Physical treatment: Aeration Part 1
 Pretreatment & Physical treatment: Aeration Part 2
 Pretreatment & Physical treatment: Coagulation and flocculation ? Part 1
 Pretreatment & Physical treatment: Coagulation and flocculation ? Part 2
 Setting and Sedimentation: Part 1
 Setting and Sedimentation: Part 2
 Settling Chamber Design
 Filtration
 Water Pollution Control By Membrane Based Technologies
 Water Pollution Control by Adsorption: Part 1
 Water Pollution Control by Adsorption: Part 2
 Electrochemical Treatment
 Introduction to Biological Treatment
 Anaerobic and Aerobic Treatment Biochemical Kinetics
 Activated sludge and lagoons
 Trickling filter
 Sequential Batch Reactor
 UASB Reactor
 Municipal and Solid Waste Disposal
 Plastic Waste Management: Part I
 Plastic Waste Management: Part II
 Solids Waste Disposal ? Composting
 Landfilling
 Gasification and incineration
 Gaseous Emission Control by Absorption2
 Sludge Separation and Drying

103107088 
Chemical Engineering 
Food Engineering 
Dr. Shishir Sinha 
Web 
IIT Roorkee 
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 Introduction to Food Technology
 World's Food Demand
 Food demand scenario in India
 nutrition
 Food additives
 Deteriorative factors and their control
 preliminary food processing methods
 Steam
 Process controls in food processing
 Heating and cooling systems for foods
 Thermophysical Properties
 INDIRECT CONTACT FREEZING SYSTEMS
 Freezing Fruits and Vegetables
 Freezing time
 Refrigeration
 Thermal Death time
 Food preservation
 frying
 Food preservation by Irradiation
 preservation food by concentration
 Microwave heating
 fermentationt Food Preservation By Pickling
 electrodialysis
 membrane separation
 Reverssmosis
 dehydration
 Production of Food Products
 Food Production Methods
 production of alcoholic
 Dairy Products
 Meat
 Poultry
 Intro Food Processing
 FOOD PROCESSING 2
 FOOD PROCESSING WASTES
 Food_Spoilage
 packaging
 canning
 canning procedure
 Heat Sterilization

103107094 
Chemical Engineering 
Process Integration 
Dr. B. Mohanty 
Web 
IIT Roorkee 
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 Process Integration  the inherent concepts
 process integration, methods and areas of Application
 Fundamental concepts related to heat integration
 Hot Composite Curves
 Cold Composite Curves
 Hot and Cold Composite Curves and ?The Pinch
 Threshold Problems
 Graphical representations used in Pinch Analysis
 Energy Targeting Procedure
 Problem Table Algorithm1st Part
 Grand composite curve
 Problem Table Algorithm ?2nd Part
 No of units Target
 Shell Targeting1st Part
 Shell Targeting 2nd Part
 Area Targeting 1st Part
 Area Targeting2nd Part
 Area Targeting3rd Part
 Cost Targeting
 Supertargetingoptimization of ?Tmin
 ?P targeting and supertargeting
 Global & Stream specific ?Tmin and its relevance
 Rules for Pinch Design Method (PDM) 1st part
 Rules for Pinch Design Method (PDM) 2nd part
 Application of PDM for MER HEN synthesis
 Design for threshold problems
 Design for single pinch problems
 Design for multi pinch problems
 HEN optimization
 Remaining Problem analysis
 Driving Force Plot
 Low Temperature process Design
 Combined Heat and Power Design (using steam turbine)
 Integration of Gas turbine with process1st Part
 Integration of Gas turbine with process2nd Part
 Placement and Integration of Distillation Column
 Heat Integration of evaporators
 Integration of heat pump
 Data Extraction
 Placement of Heat Engine, Heat pump and Reactors
 Integration of Furnace
 Topology Trap
 Area Targeting4th Part

103107096 
Chemical Engineering 
Process Modelling and Simulation 
Dr. V. K. Agrawal 
Web 
IIT Roorkee 
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 Simulation & IFD
 IFD to numerical form
 planning and calculation
 Theroritical models and parameter estimation
 Parameter estimation in theoritical models
 Parameter estimation in differential equation models numerical methods
 MODELS AND THEIR CLASSIFICATION
 Maximum Gradient Description
 Population Balance Models
 Experimental Measurement of Age Distribution Function
 General Population Balance
 Combined Models
 PROBABLISTIC MODELS
 Curve Fitting
 Basic Models of Flow systems
 MULTIPLE GRADIENT DESCRIPTION
 MACROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION
 ALTERNATE CLASSIFICATION OF TRANSPORT PHENOMENA MODELS
 Basic Models of Mixing Systems
 Basic Models of Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer
 MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF EVAPORATOR
 MULTIPLE EFFECT EVAPORATOR SYSTEM
 ANALYSIS AND MODELING OF EVAPORATORS USING NEWTON RAPHSON?S METHOD (Without Boiling Point Rise)
 MODELLING OF MULTIPLE EFFECT EVAPORATORS WITH BOILING POINT RISE
 DISTILLATION
 Mathematical modeling of Continuous distillation Column
 Approximate Methods For Multicomponent Multistage Separations
 Minimum Stages calculation for multicomponent distillation column
 Separation of multicomponent mixtures by use of conventional distillation column with multiple stages
 Application of the ? method of convergence, the Kb method, and the constantcomposition method for multicomponent distillation column
 Multicomponent Vapor  Liquid Cascades
 Absorber and stripper
 CALCULATION PROCEDURES FOR SOLVING FOR ABSOBER AND STRIPPING PROBLEM
 PROCEDURE I: SINGLE? METHOD OF CONVERGENCE
 The Sujata method
 Extraction
 MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF CHEMICAL REACTORS
 Fixed bed reactors
 Two dimensional model with void age and velocity profiles
 Fluidized Bed Reactors
 Trickle Bed Reactors

103108097 
Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Reaction Engineering 
Prof. Jayant M Modak 
Video 
IISc Bangalore 
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 Introduction & Overview
 Basic concepts : Representation of Chemical Reactions
 Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions: Part I
 Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions: Part II
 Chemical Reaction Kinetics  Overview
 Chemical Reaction Kinetics & Reactor Design
 Chemical Reactor Design
 Problem Solving: Thermodynamics & Kinetics
 Complec Reactions  Introduction
 Complec Reactions  Yield & Selectivity
 Complex Reactions  Quasi Steady State and Quasi Equilibrium Approximations
 Complex Reactions  Kinetics of Chain Reactions & polymerization
 Catalytic reactions  Introduction
 Catalytic reactions  Adsorption & Desorption
 Catalytic reactions  Kinetics
 Monomolecular Reaction Network & Lumping Analysis
 Problem solving: Complex reactions
 Gassolid Catalytic Reactions  External diffusion
 Gassolid Catalytic Reactions  Transport in Catalyst Pellet
 Gassolid Catalytic Reactions  Diffusion & Reaction I
 Gassolid Catalytic Reactions  Diffusion & Reaction II
 Gassolid Catalytic Reactions  Diffusion & Reaction III
 Gassolid Catalytic Reactions  Nonisothermal effects
 Gassolid Noncatalytic Reactions
 GasLiquid Reactions
 Problem solving: Heterogenous reactions
 Chemical Reactor Design: Mass & Energy Balances
 Chemical Reactor Design: Mass & Energy Balances for Heterogenous Reactions
 Nonisothermal Reactor Operation
 Case Study  Ethane dehyrogenation
 Case Study  Hydrogenation of Oil
 Case Study  Ammonia Synthesis
 Autothermal reactors
 Parametric Sensitivity
 CSTR  multiple steady states
 Stability Analysis  Basics
 Stability Analysis  Examples
 Nonideal flow and reactor performance  I
 Nonideal flow and reactor performance  II
 Problem solving: Reactor Design

103108098 
Chemical Engineering 
Fundamentals of Transport Processes 
Prof. V. Kumaran 
Video 
IISc Bangalore 
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 Introduction
 Dimensional Analysis
 Dimensional Analysis contd.
 Dimensionless Groups
 Continuum description
 Mechanisms of diffusion  I
 Mechanisms of diffusion  II
 Unidirectional Transport Cartesian Coordinates  I
 Unidirectional Transport Cartesian Coordinates  II Similarity Solutions
 Unidirectional Transport Cartesian Coordinates  III Similarity Solutions
 Unidirectional Transport Cartesian Coordinates  IV Seperation of Variables
 Unidirectional Transport Cartesian Coordinates  V Seperation of Variables
 Unidirectional Transport Cartesian Coordinates  VI Oscillatory Flows
 Unidirectional Transport Cartesian Coordinates  VII Momentum Source in the Flow
 Unidirectional Transport Cartesian Coordinates  VIII Heat & Mass Sources
 Unidirectional Transport Cylindrical Coordinates  I Conservation Equations
 Unidirectional Transport Cylindrical Coordinates  II Similarity Solutions
 Unidirectional Transport Cylindrical Coordinates  III Seperation of Variables
 Unidirectional Transport Cylindrical Coordinates  IV Steady flow in a pipe
 Unidirectional Transport Cylindrical Coordinates  V Oscillatory flow in a pipe
 Unidirectional Transport Cylindrical Coordinates  VI Oscillatory flow in a pipe Regular Perturbation Expansion
 Unidirectional Transport Cylindrical Coordinates  VII Oscillatory flow in a pipe Singular Perturbation Expansion
 Unidirectional Transport Spherical Coordinates  I Balance Equation
 Unidirectional Transport Spherical Coordinates  II Seperation of Variables
 Mass & Energy Conservation Cartesian Coordinates
 Mass & Energy Conservation Cartesian Coordinates Heat Conduction in a Cube
 Mass & Energy Conservation Spherical Coordinates Balance Laws
 Mass & Energy Conservation Cylindrical Coordinates
 Diffusion Equation Spherical Coordinates Seperation of Variables
 Diffusion Equation Spherical Coordinates Seperation of Variables contd.
 Diffusion Equation Spherical Coordinates Effective Conductivity of a Composite
 Diffusion Equation Spherical Harmonics
 Diffusion Equation Delta Functions
 Diffusion Equation Multipole Expansions
 Diffusion Equation Greens Function Formulations
 High Peclet Number Transport Flow Past a Flat Plate
 High Peclet Number Transport Heat Transfer from a Spherical Particle  I
 High Peclet Number Transport Heat Transfer from a Spherical Particle  II
 High Peclet Number Transport Heat Transfer from a Gas Bubble
 Summary

103108099 
Chemical Engineering 
Fundamentals of Transport Processes  II 
Prof. V. Kumaran 
Video 
IISc Bangalore 
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 1.Review of Fundamentals of Transport Processors I
 2.Introduction
 3.Vectors and Tensors
 4.Vector calculus
 5.Vector calculus
 6.Curvilinear coordinates
 7.Kinematics
 8.Rate of deformation tensor
 9.Mass conservation equation
 10.Momentum conservation equation
 11.Angular momentum conservation equation
 12.Boundary conditions
 13.Mechanical energy conservation
 14.Unidirectional flow
 15.Viscous flows
 16.Viscous flows
 17.Flow around a sphere
 18.Force on moving sphere
 19.Torque on rotating sphere
 20.Effective viscosity of a suspension
 21.Flow in a corner
 22.Lubrication flow
 23.Lubrication flow
 24.Inertia of a low Reynolds number
 25.Potential flow
 26.Potential flow around a sphere
 27.Twodimensional potential flow
 28.Twodimensional potential flow
 29.Flow around a cylinder
 30.Conformal transforms in potential flow
 31.Boundary layer theory
 32.Boundary layer past a flat plate
 33.Stagnation point flow
 34.FalknerSkan Boundary Layer Solutions
 35.FalknerSkan Boundary Layer Solutions
 36.Vorticity Dynamics
 37.Vorticity Dynamics
 38.Turbulence
 39.Turbulence
 40.Turbulent flow in a channel

103103039 
Chemical Engineering 
Process Design Decisions and Project Economics 
Dr. Vijay S. Moholkar 
Video 
IIT Guwahati 
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 General Introduction to the Course and Syllabus
 Hierarchical Approach to Process Design – I
 Hierarchical Approach to Process Design  Examples
 Input Information and Design Aspects of Batch vs. Continuous Process
 Input / Output Structure of Flowsheet (Part I)
 Input / Output Structure of Flowsheet (Part II)
 Input / Output Structure of Flowsheet (Part III) and Recycle Structure of Flowsheet (Part I)
 Recycle Structure of Flowsheet (Part II)
 Recycle Structure of Flowsheet (Part III)
 Recycle Structure of Flowsheet (Part IV) and Tutorial (Part I)
 Tutorial (Part II)
 Tutorial (Part III)
 Algorithm and Basic Principles of Reactor Design
 Reactor Nonideality, Residence Time Distribution (RTD) and Types of Chemical Reactions & Catalysts
 Types of Reactors and Selection Criteria
 Tutorial on Reactor Design and Cost Estimation
 General Introduction (Types of Separation Processes and Criteria for Selection of the Processes)
 Guidelines for Design of Separation Systems
 Design of Distillation Columns – Part I (Sequencing of Columns, Energy Integration / Thermal Coupling of the Columns)
 Design of Distillation Columns – Part II (Plate and Packed Towers, Number of Plates, Diameter and Height of the Column)
 Tutorial – Part I (Design of Absorption Column)
 Tutorial – Part II (Design of Distillation Column)
 Concepts and Basic Principles of Energy (or Heat) Integration – Part 1 (Composite Curves and ?Tmin)
 Concepts and Basic Principles of Heat Integration – Part 2 (Problem Table Algorithm and Identification of Energy Targets)
 Identification of Area and Cost Targets
 Pinch Technology for Heat Exchanger Network Design
 Tutorial  I (Composite Curves, Problem Table Algorithm and Enthalpy Intervals)
 Tutorial  II (Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis Using Pinch Technology)
 Selection of Process, Design of Flowsheet and Materials Balance
 Energy Balance, Process Alternatives and Design of the Absorber
 Rules of Thumb & Their Limitations and Tutorial
 General Concepts & Principles and Cost Allocation Procedure
 Lumped Cost Diagram and Cost Allocation Diagram (Case Study of Hydrodealkylation Process)
 Assessment of Process Alternatives with Cost Allocation Diagram (Case Study of Hydrodealkylation Process)
 Tutorial on Lumped Cost Diagram and Cost Allocation Diagram
 Introduction to Chemical Projects and Their Economic Aspects
 Selection of the Process and Project Site (Part I)
 Selection of the Process and Project Site (Part II)
 Project Cost Estimation (Part I)
 Project Cost Estimation (Part II)
 Simplified Cost Model and Depreciation
 Time Value of Money
 Measures of Profitability and Project Evaluation (Part I)
 Measures of Profitability and Project Evaluation (Part II)
 Tutorial on Project Economics (Part I)
 Tutorial on Project Economics (Part II)

103105065 
Chemical Engineering 
Instability & Patterning of Thin Polymer Films 
Dr. R. Mukherjee 
Web 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Introduction to Patterned Surfaces and Their Applications
 Application of Patterned Surfaces: Structural Superhydrophobicity
 Application of Patterned Surfaces: Structural Color
 Fundamental Concepts Related Surface and Interfacial Tension
 Fundamental Concepts Related Surface and Interfacial Tension –2
 Laplace Pressure and Young Laplace Equation
 Some Case studies with Young Laplace Equation for an AxiSymmetric Surface
 Some Case studies with Young Laplace Equation for an AxiSymmetric Surface (Continued)
 Meso Scale Patterning Approaches
 Meso Scale Patterning Approaches (Continued)
 Photolithography
 Photolithography – 2 (Continued)
 Photolithography – 3 (Continued)
 Photolithography – 4 (Continued)
 Photolithography – 5 (Continued)
 Nano Imprint Lithography – 1
 Nano Imprint Lithography – 2
 Soft Lithography – 1
 Soft Lithography – 2
 Soft Lithography – 3:
 Thin Polymer Blends – 1
 Thin Polymer Blend films – 2
 Intermolecular Force between Surfaces and Particles
 Spontaneous Instability and Dewetting of a Thin Polymer Film – 1
 Spontaneous Instability and Dewetting of a Thin Polymer Film – 2
 Spontaneous Instability and Dewetting of a Thin Polymer Film – 3
 Spontaneous Instability and Dewetting of a Thin Polymer Film – 4
 Spontaneous Instability and Dewetting of a Thin Polymer Film – 5
 Spontaneous Instability and Dewetting of a Thin Polymer Film – 6
 Pattern Directed Dewetting – 1
 Pattern Directed Dewetting – 2
 Dewetting of a Thin Polymer Bilayer
 Elastic Contact Instability
 Elastic Contact Lithography
 Elastic Recovery Lithography
 External Field Mediated Instability
 Evaporative Pattern formation (Coffee Stain Effect)
 Atomic Force Microscopy – 1
 Atomic Force Microscopy – 2
 Atomic Force Microscopy – 3: Additional Modes of AFM

103105110 
Chemical Engineering 
Fuel and Combustion Technology 
Prof. Jayanta Kumar Basu, Prof. Sonali Sengupta 
Web 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 History of Fuels
 History of liquid fuel and gaseous fuels
 Production, present scenario and consumption pattern of fuels
 Definitions and properties of solid fuels
 Fundamental definiti ons, properties and various measurements
 Fundamental definiti ons, properties and various measurements
 Coal classifica tion, composition and basis
 Coal Mining
 Coal preparation and washing
 Combustion of coal and coke making
 Different types of coal combustion techniques
 Combustion of coal and coke making
 Coal liquefaction
 Coal Li quefaction (Contd.)
 Coal Gasification
 Exploration of crude petroleum
 Evaluation of crude
 Distillation
 Vacuum Distillation
 Secondary Processing
 Secondary Processing
 Secondary Processing (Contd.)
 Secondary Processing (Contd.)
 Hydrotreatment, dewaxing, deasphalting
 Refinery Equipments
 Gaseous Fuel
 Producer Gas
 Water Gas
 Hydrogen gas
 Acetylene
 Other fuel gases
 Fundamentals of thermochemistry
 Combustion air calculation
 Calculation of calorific value of fuels
 Adiabatic flam e temperature calculation
 Mechanism and kinetics of combustion
 Flame Properties
 Combustion Burners
 Combustion Furnaces
 Internal Combustion Engine

103107081 
Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Technology  I 
Dr. I.D.Mall 
Video 
IIT Roorkee 
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 Introduction to Chemical process Industries
 Raw material for Organic Chemical Industries
 Unit processes and unit operations in organic chemical Industries
 Coal and coal as chemicals feed stock
 Coal carbonization and Coke oven plant
 Gasification of Coal,Petrocoke and Biomass
 Introduction to Pulp and paper Industry, Raw material for paper industry and Technological development
 Pulping and Bleaching
 Recovery of Chemicals
 Stock preparation and paper making
 Introduction to Soap and detergent, Soap making and Recovery of Glycerine
 Synthetic detergent and Linear alkyl benzene
 Sugar and Fermentation industry
 Ethanol as Biofuel and Chemical feed stock
 Introduction : Staus of Petroleum refinery, Crude oil and Natural gas origin, occurrence, exploration, drilling and processing, Fuel norms
 Evaluation of Crude oil,Petroleum Products and Apetrochemicals
 Crude oil Distillation
 Thermal Cracking: Visbreaking and Delayed Coking
 Catalytic cracking: Fluid Catalytic cracking and Hydro cracking
 Catalytic reforming
 Alkylation, Isomerisation and Polymerisation
 Desulphurisation Processes and Recovery of Sulphur
 Profile of petrochemical Industry and its structure
 Naphtha and gas cracking for production of olefins
 Recovery of chemicals from FCC and steam cracking
 Synthesis gas and its derivatives: Hydrogen, CO, Methanol, Formaldehyde
 Ethylene derivatives: Ethylene Oxide, Ethylene glycol, Ethylene dichloride and Vinyl chloride
 Propylene, Propylene oxide and Isopropanol
 Aromatics Production
 Aromatics product profile, Ethyl benzene &Styrene, Cumene and phenol, Bisphenol, Aniline
 Introduction to polymer, Elastomer and Synthetic Fibre, Polymerisation
 Polymers:Polyolefins,Polyethylene,Polypropylene Polystyrene
 Polyvinylchloride,polycarbonate,thermoset resin: phenolformaldehyde,uriaformaldehyde and melamineformaldehyde
 Elastomers: Styrene butadiene Rubber(SBR), Poly butadiene, Nitrile rubber
 Polymides or Nylons(PA)
 DMT and Terephtalic Acid,Polyester,PET resin,PTB resin
 Acrylic Fibre,Modified Acrylic Fibre,Acrylonitrile,Acrolein,Propylene Finber,Polyurethane
 Viscose Rayon and Acetate rayon
 Pesticide
 Dye and Intermediates

103108100 
Chemical Engineering 
Modern Instrumental Methods of Analysis 
Dr. J.R. Mudakavi 
Video 
IISc Bangalore 
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 Introduction to the Modern Instrumental Methods of Analysis
 Atomic Structure
 Physical Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation
 Interaction of Matter with Radiation
 Ultraviolet and Visible Spectrophotometry 1 i. Theoretical Aspects
 Ultraviolet and Visible Spectrophotometry 2 ii. Theoretical Aspects
 Ultraviolet and Visible Spectrophotometry 3 iii. Theoretical Aspects
 Ultraviolet and Visible Spectrophotometry 4 iv. Instrumentation
 Ultraviolet and Visible Spectrophotometry 5 v. Instrumentation
 Ultraviolet and Visible Spectrophotometry 6 vi. Applications
 Fluorescence and Phosphorescence Spectrophotometry 1 i. Theoretical Aspects
 Fluorescence and Phosphorescence Spectrophotometry 2 ii. Instrumentation
 Fluorescence and Phosphorescence Spectrophotometry 3 iii. Application
 Atomic Fluorescence i. Theoretical aspects
 X Ray Analytical Techniques 1 ii. Instrumentation
 X Ray Analytical Techniques 2 iii. Applications
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 1 i. Theoretical Aspects
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 2 ii.Theoretical Aspects
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 3 iii. Instrumentation
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 4 iv. Instrumentation
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 5 v. Instrumentation
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 6 vi. Signal handling
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 7 vii. Interferences
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 8 viii. Hydride Generation AAS
 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 9 ix.Cold Vapour Mercury AAS
 Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 10 x. Electrothermal Aspects
 Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry 11 xi. Practical Aspects
 Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry 1 i. Theoretical Aspects
 Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry 2 ii. Instrumentation
 Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry 3 iii. Comparison of ICP & AAS
 Infrared Spectroscopy 1 i. Theoretical Aspects
 Infrared Spectroscopy 2 ii. Practical Aspects
 Infrared Spectroscopy 3 iii. Nondispensive IR, Mass spectrometer
 Introduction to Mass Spectrometry
 Introduction to Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
 Fundamentals of Electrochemical Techniques 1 i. Introduction
 Fundamentals of Electrochemical Techniques 2 ii. Introduction continued
 Polarography 1 i. Introduction
 Polarography 2 ii. Applications
 Chromatography 1 i. Introduction
 Gas chromatography 1 i. Instrumentation
 Gas chromatography 2 ii. Applications
 Gas chromatography 3 iii. Applications
