GTU Chemical engineering sem-6 syllabus

GTU Chemical engineering B.E sem 6 syllabus of all subjects


GTU Chemical engineering B.E sem 6 syllabus

(1) Contributor Personality Development Program





(2) IPDC - 2 (Integrated Personality Development Course) (3160003):




(3) Mass Transfer Operations II (3160501)



Rationale: The objective of this course is to apply principles of mass transfer operations for detail study and for solving problems pertaining to conventional unit operations such as distillation, humidification, adsorption, drying etc. for separation.


(4) Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (3160506):



Rationale: The course is intended to familiarize the students with concepts of reaction rate, derivation of rate expressions from reaction mechanism, ideal reactor types, integral method of analysis, differential method of analysis, principles of chemical reactor analysis and design, experimental determination of rate equations, design of batch and continuous reactors, how to choose the most appropriate reactor for a given feed, optimization of selectivity in multiple reactions, consideration of temperature and pressure effects, etc.


(5) Advanced Separation Processes (3160507):



Rationale: The course is intended to familiarize the students of chemical engineering with the new, emerging and nontraditional separation techniques and their potential applications in chemical and allied process industries. The course will provide exposure to membrane-based techniques, chromatographic separation, super critical fluid extraction and various other technologies.


(6) Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals (3160510):



Rationale: Petroleum refining as well as petrochemical industries constitute a major part of chemical sector. Every chemical engineer has to invariably handle the enormous consumption of petroleum products, their diversity and increasing applications. Chemical engineer has to apply the relevant concepts for operating petroleum refinery or petrochemical plant in a safe manner. Beside this, a chemical engineer must be aware about the various properties of petroleum fractions as well as petrochemicals. Hence, this course has been designed to develop such expertise and skills.


(7) Polymer Science & Technology (3160511):



Rationale: The main theme of the course on Polymer Science and Technology is to focus understanding of polymer science and technology, Polymer synthesis and its characterization. Knowledge of properties of polymers will enable their proper selection for applications in domestic as well as industrial appliances.


(8) Biochemical Engineering (3160512):



Rationale: This course is intended to familiarize the students of chemical engineering with the key aspects associated with biochemical processes. Students will be exposed to the concepts which constitute biochemical engineering including its scope, applications and advantages over conventional processes. Students will also learn the principles and practice of cell culture including sterilization techniques, bioreactor design, and some of the common unit processes of the downstream processing of biological products.


(9) Wastewater Engineering (3160513):



Rationale: To provide an idea on the challenges in the field of water management with a perspective on wastewater management. Students will learn about the problems and its solution perspective on waste water treatment methods, sewage and sludge disposal. Different types of primary, secondary and advances treatment methods should be known by the student. This subject will guide students in the same direction. The objectives of this course are to help the students develop the ability to apply the basic understanding of physical, chemical and biological phenomena for successful design, operation and maintenance of sewage treatment plants.


(10) Green Technology and Sustainable Development (3160514):



Rationale: To provide an idea on Green Technology with an approach towards the design, manufacturing and use of chemical products to reduce or eliminate the chemical hazards intentionally. Green Technology is a new and rapidly emerging branch of chemistry. The goal of Green Technology is to create better and safe chemicals while choosing the safest and the most efficient ways to synthesize them. The main goal of Green Technology is to eliminate hazards right at the design stage. The principles of Green Technology demonstrate how chemical production could be achieved without posing hazard to human health and environment. Students will learn the concept of sustainable development including different perspectives, consequences of societal resource use and strategies for changing this concept towards a sustainable direction.


(11) Solid Waste Management (3160515):



Rationale: To provide an idea on Solid Waste Management is a pressing issue. The course on Solid Waste Management gives the student an overview of municipal solid waste management including collection, transfer, transport and disposal. To make the students conversant with different aspects of the types, sources, generation, storage, collection, transport, processing and disposal of municipal solid waste.

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