Chemical Reaction Engineering

IISc Bangalore Course , Prof. Jayant Modak

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Contents:
Introduction & Overview - Basic Concepts:Representation of Chemical Reactions - Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions:Part-I Chemical Reaction Kinetics and Reactor Design - Problem solving:Thermodynamics & kinetics - Introduction - Yield & Selectivity - Quasi Steady State and Quasi Equilibrium Approximations - Kinetics of chain Reactions & Polymerization - Introduction - Catalytic reactions - Adsorption & Desorption - kinetics -Monomolecular ReactionNetwork and Lumping Analysis - Problem solving:Complex reactions-as-solid Catalytic Reactions - External diffusion-Gas-solid Catalytic Reactions Transport in Catalyst Pellet

Nonisothermal effects - Gas-solid Noncatalytic Reactions - Gas-Liquid Reactions - Problem solving : Heterogenous reactions - Mass & Energy Balances - Chemical Reactor Design:Mass and Energy Balances for Heterogenous Reactions- Nonisothermal Reactor operation - Ethane dehyrogenation - Hydrogenation of Oil - Ammonia Synthesis - Autothermal reactors - Parametric Sensitivity - CSTR - Multiple Steady States - Stability Analysis - Basics - Nonideal flow and reactor performance - Problem solving:Reactor Design

Lecture 17: Problem solvingComplex reactions

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        Chemical Reaction Engineering by Prof.Jayant Modak,Department of Chemical Engineering,IISC Bangalore. For more details on NPTEL visit httpnptel.iitm.ac.in

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