Name:Fluid Flow Operation Lab
Lab Description:The goals of the experiments include determination of forces generated when fluid flow takes place over a solid object, demonstration of the momentum and energy equations, viscosity measurement and engineering correlations. The lab experiments utilize U-tube manometer and digital manometer. The lab runs closely with the lectures in such a way that experiments support the text covered in the class room.
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· Orifice meter
· Centrifugal pump
· Bernoulli’s Apparatus.
· Reynolds apparatus
· Flow through Helical Coil
Name:Chemical Engineering Laboratory (Solid Fluid Mechanical Operations)
Lab Description:The Solid Fluid Mechanical Operations Laboratory is equipped for the study of the various mechanical operations associated with different solids as well as fluid. Experiments mainly deal with size reduction, size separation, clarification, kneading, solid fluid separation etc. All basic experiments for fluid particle mechanics like Jaw Crusher, Ball Mill, Hammer Mill, Plate and Frame Filter, Elutriation, Cyclone Separator, Froth Flotation, Batch Sedimentation, Sieve Shaker are available in this laboratory.
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· Ball mill
· Jaw crusher
· Hammer mill
· Cyclone separator
· Sieve and Sieve shaker
· Roll Crusher
Name: Heat Transfer Operations Lab
Lab Description:This lab is used for the course (CHC 502), Sem V, B.E. Chemical Engineering students. The Heat Transfer lab consists of 10 experimental set up. Heat Transfer laboratory provides fundamental and industrial knowledge about modes of heat transfer, like conduction, convection and Radiation boiling and Condensation modes of heat transfer, and their application.Lab Images :
· Heat Transfer through a composite lagged pipe.
· Heat transfer by Natural Convection.
· Heat transfer by Forced Convection.
· Determination of Emissivity of a Grey Surface.
· Plate Type Heat Exchanger.
· Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger.
· Drop and Film wise condensation Apparatus.
· Heat Transfer through Agitated Vessel (Constant RPM, Constant Flow Rate, Unsteady State)
· Parallel flow and counter flow Heat Exchanger.
Name:Chemical Engineering Laboratory (Mass Transfer Operations)
Lab Description:Separation equipment’s account for a major part of the capital investment in process industry. Fundamental laws governing thedesign and operation of these equipment’s are covered in the course “Mass Transfer”.The purpose of this lab is to introduce the undergraduate students with the most important separation equipment’s in the process industry, and provide a hands-on training of the proper operation of these units. This helps in not only understanding the theoretical fundamentals of the subject but also helps to visualize its real-world applications in the process industry.Lab Images :
· Simple Distillation unit
· Steam distillation unit
· Batch Distillation Column.
· Cooling tower
· Gaseous Diffusion Apparatus
· Wetted wall column
· Packed bed column
· Liquid liquid extraction setup
· Vapor liquid equilibria.
Name: Chemical Engineering Laboratory (Chemical Reaction Engineering)
Lab Description:Chemical reaction engineering laboratory course provides a “hands on” environment that is crucial for developing students understanding of theoretical concepts and reactions. Chemical reaction laboratory is intended to introduce undergraduate students to the areas of chemical reaction and reactor operation.
· Single CSTR
· CSTR in Series
· Packed bed reactor
· RTD in CSTR
· RTD in PFR
· Fluidized bed reactor
Name: Chemical Engineering Laboratory (Process Dynamics and Control)
Lab Description:Process Dynamics and Control lab is equipped to provide laboratory application of fundamental principles of chemical process dynamics and control. This includes study of open-loop dynamics of typical chemical engineering processes and closed-loop experiments. Experiments mainly deal with study of responses of first order and second order systems, control valve characteristics and controller tuning
· First order systems-mercury thermometers
· Single tank system
· Interacting and non-interacting tanks
· Control valve characteristics
· U tube manometer with mercury and water as fluid
Name: Chemical Engineering Laboratory (Modeling and Simulation lab)
Lab Description:The objective of the lab is to introduce students to solving process simulation problems using different software’s. A basic background in Numerical Methods and Chemical Engineering is expected, though all the key concepts required for the lab will be reviewed during the course of the semester. The first part of this course will focus on MATLAB, which is a powerful language for engineering applications. Starting with basics of MATLAB, we will review key computational techniques relevant to MATLAB functions and use them for simulation and analysis. The second part will cover process simulation using the UNISIM/COCO/DWSIM/ChemSep/ package, which is an industry standard for process simulations. This involves introducing key features of Aspen-Plus package, including property estimation, flow-sheeting, and process design.
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Name: Chemical Engineering Laboratory (Environmental Engineering)
Lab Description:The Environmental Engineering laboratory practical gives students a good understanding of the many experimental procedures used in Environmental Engineering. In this lab studies are performed on drinking water and waste water samples to determine pH, total dissolved solids, total suspended solids, BOD, COD, chloride levels, phenol content, turbidity etc. as per Indian Standards. This lab also conducts experiments on ambient air pollution parameters such as particulate matter and noise pollution measurement.
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· Water bath ChemSep
· Hot air oven
· Analytical balance
· BOD incubator
· High volume sampler
· pH meter
· Conductivity meter
· Heating mantle
· COD digester