With help of Karnataka PGCET 2020 M.Tech Syllabus of Chemical Engineering, candidates can prepare the examination in better way to crack the Entrance Test. Candidates can use the syllabus while preparing for Karnataka PGCET 2020 M.Tech in Chemical Engineering. To get more information about topics cover in the syllabus of M.Tech (Chemical Engineering) Entrance Test, check this article.
Karnataka PGCET 2020 M.Tech Syllabus – Chemical Engineering
Karnataka Examinations Authority Post Graduate Common Entrance Test (KEA PGCET) M.Tech Admissions 2020 Syllabus for Chemical Engineering is given below.
1. Process Calculations: Units and Dimensions, humidity, combustion, material and energy balances.
2. Momentum Transfer: Basic equations of fluid flow, flow of incompressible fluids in conduits, transportation and metering of fluids, dimensional analysis.
3. Mechanical Operations: Particulate technology, flow of fluids past immersed bodies, Size reduction, sedimentation, filtration, agitation and mixing.
4. Thermodynamics: First and second law of thermodynamics, phase and chemical reaction Equilibria, Thermodynamic properties of pure fluids and solutions, PVT relations.
5. Heat Transfer: Conduction, design of double pipe and shell-and-tube heat exchangers, heat transfer with phase change, convection and radiation, evaporators.
6. Material Science: Crystal geometry and structure determination, atomic structure and chemical bonding, crystal imperfections, phase diagram, deformation of materials and fracture, heat treatment, corrosion and its prevention, polymers and polymerization.
7. Chemical Reaction Engineering: Kinetics of homogeneous reactions, design of ideal reactors, non-isothermal reactors, catalysis, gas liquid reactors.
8. Process Control and Instrumentation: First order systems, closed loop system- controllers, P, I, D and on-off modes, stability, Control system design, pressure measurement, temperature measurement, thermocouples and pyrometers.
9. Industrial pollution control: Sources, sampling and analysis of waste water, noise control characteristics, waste water treatment-preliminary, primary, secondary and tertiary treatment, solid waste management-origin, classification and treatment, air pollution controlsampling and estimation, control methods of gaseous pollutants and particulates, noise control-determination of noise levels, acoustic absorptive materials.
10. Chemical Process Industries:Industrial gases and acids, chlor-alkali and cement industries, detergents, sugar, inorganic fertilizers, paints, pigments, varnishes, enamel, oils, fats, waxes, soaps, starch and allied industries, petroleum industries and petrochemicals, Coal, pulp and paper industries.
11. Mass Transfer Operations: Diffusion- types, measurements, mass transfer coefficients, theories of mass transfer, adsorption, crystallization, absorption, distillation, liquid-liquid extraction, concept of stages, cascades operation, NTU, HTU; humidification, drying, leaching.
12. Process modeling: Models and model building, principles of model formulations, continuity equation, energy equation, equation of motion, transport equation of state equilibrium and Kinetics, Fundamental laws: Review of shell balance approach, precautions in modelbuilding, classification of mathematical models. Mathematical Modeling and Solutions to the Following: Basic tank model — Level V/s time.Batch Distillation — Vapor composition with CSTRs in series time.
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