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LABORATORY
1. Mass Transfer
2. Heat Transfer
3. Chem. Engg. Mech. Operations
4. Chem. Engg. Thermodynamics
5. Instrumentation & Control
6. Process Dynamics & Control
7. Chemical Reaction Engineering
8. Industrial Waste Treatment
9. Petrochemical Process Technology
10. Fluid Flow Operation
11. Material Science
12. Transport Phenomena
13. Advance Biochemical Engineering
14. Computer programming & Applications
 
ADVANCE BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
Extraordinary advances in the life sciences have great potential to improve our quality of life through better medicines and cleaner environment. Biochemical laboratory provides the foundation to translate such exciting new discoveries into products and processes for improved health and wealth creation. The laboratory of Biochemical Engineering has a unique place in chemical Engineering. The Institute took understood the significant role that was to be played by biochemical laboratory and biotech laboratories in future industrial development of biotechnology related processes and products. At present the Department provides a model for an integrated approach towards education as well as research and development of various bioprocesses.
CHEMICAL BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
1. Training students and developing expertise in biochemical engineering, biotechnology at the postgraduate.
2. Research & development of various microbial and enzyme system and developing understanding of biological / biochemical phenomena underlying such systems.
3. Engineering analysis and optimal design of various biological systems and processes.
4. Transfer of knowledge through newer practical and PG projects.
5. Undertake industrial consultancy jobs to solve the specific problems of bioprocess industries.
TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
Transport phenomena occur frequently in industrial problems. These include fluid dynamics, heat transfer and mass transfer, which mainly concern momentum transfer, energy transfer and transport of chemical species respectively. Basic equations for describing the three transport phenomena in the macroscopic, microscopic and molecular levels are very similar. Thus, understanding transport phenomena requires thorough understanding of mathematics.
This course will acquaint the student with important topics in transport phenomena (momentum, heat and mass transport). Topics include laminar and turbulent flow, thermal conductivity and the energy equation, molecular mass transport and diffusion with heterogeneous and homogeneous chemical reactions. Focus will be to develop physical understanding of principles discussed and with emphasis on chemical engineering applications. In addition to the text, the student will be exposed to classic and current literature in the field.
OBJECTIVES OF TRANSPORT PHENOMENA LABORATORY
1 Training students and developing expertise in fluid mechanics, mass transfer and heat transfer at the postgraduate level.
2 Research & development of various fluid transport systems and mass transfer and heat transfer phenomena underlying such systems.
3 Engineering analysis and optimal design of various transport systems in chemical engineering and processes.
4 Transfer of knowledge through newer practical and PG projects.
5 Undertake industrial consultancy jobs to solve the specific problems of transport phenomena in industries.
CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING LABORATORY
The objective of the chemical reaction engineering laboratory is to determine experimentally the kinetics and rate constants of reactions in different types of reactors. These studies have wide applications in various process industries such as Refineries, pharmaceuticals, Fertilizer industries and Research and Development institutes and organizations etc.
This laboratory is fully equipped with all equipment’s for conducting lab classes for Chemical Engineering students.  Facilities like fans, lighting water supply, fire extinguisher, first aid box are also provided adequately in the laboratory.
OBJECTIVES OF CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING LABORATORY
1
Training students and developing expertise in  the concepts behind ideal chemically reacting systems represented by batch stirred tank reactors, continuous stirred tank reactors, semi-batch stirred tank reactor, and plug-flow reactor
2
Research and development of new reactors and reaction systems applying the basic knowledge of reaction engineering ex. Photo catalytic reactors.
3 Analysis of laboratory data and its utilization in the design of reactors and systems.
4 Transfer of knowledge through newer practical and PG projects.
5
Undertake industrial consultancy jobs to solve the specific problems of transport phenomena in   industries.
ADVANCE SEPERATION LABORATORY
The advance separation laboratory deals with the advance separation processes which are basically membrane separation processes. The particular advantage of membrane separation processes is that it operates without heating and thus is energetically usually lower than conventional thermal separation processes (distillation, Sublimation or crystallization). This separation process is purely physical and, thanks to its gentle separation, the use of both fractions (permeate and retentate) is possible. Therefore, the cold separation by membrane
processes has been established particularly in the food technology, the biotechnology and pharmacy industry. Furthermore, with the help of membrane separations realizable that with thermal processes is not possible. For example, because azeotropics or isomorphics crystallization making a separation by distillation or recrystallization impossible. Depending on the type of membrane, the selective separation of certain individual substances or substance mixtures is possible. Important technical applications include drinking water by reverse osmosis (worldwide approximately 7 million cubic meters annually), filtrations in the food industry, the recovery of organic vapors such as gasoline vapor recovery and the electrolysis for chlorine production. But also in wastewater treatment, the membrane technology is becoming increasingly important. With the help of UF and MF (Ultra-/Microfiltration) it is possible to remove particles, colloids and macromolecules, so that wastewater can be disinfected in this way. This is needed if wastewater is discharged into sensitive outfalls, or in swimming lakes.

OBJECTIVES OF ADVANCE SEPERATION LABORATORY

1. Training students and developing expertise in Separation Technology.
2.
Research & development of various Separation Technologies specifically relating to membranes.
3. Engineering analysis and optimal design of various membrane systems.
4. Transfer of knowledge through newer practical and PG projects.
5.
Undertake industrial consultancy jobs to solve the specific problems of Advance Separation Technology.