IIT Bombay Course , Prof. H.S. Shankar

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IIT Bombay Course , Prof. H.S. Shankar

Overview of Reaction Engineering & challenges - Stoichiometric Table & gas law - Reactor Design Equations for ideal Vessels - Effect of Pressure Drop on Performance of Plug Flow vessels - Plug Flow Recycle Reactors design equation , advantages of plug flow recycle reactor - Effect of Condensing gas on Reactor design - Multiple Reactions, finding number of independent reactions and independent set - Polymerization reaction in a CSTR - Energy Balance for stirred vessels - Semi batch reactor operation - Stability of Steady States in CSTR - Plotting Liapunov Contours - Understanding Multiple steady states in a CSTR - Heat Effects in reversible exothermic reactions - Need for Multi-staging - Optimal Design of Reactors for Reversible exothermic reactions - One Dimensional & Two dimensional models for PFR - Design of Packed Tubular Reactors - Gas Solid Non Catalytic Reactions - The shrinking Core Model - Case of Pseudo steady state hypothesis & ash diffusion control - Gas Solid reactions in Rotary Kiln - tracking gas and solid composition changes for reversible reactions - Design for Sponge iron reactor - Fluid bed reactors - Design of fluid bed reactors - Catalyst deactivation - Design for deactivating catalyst

Non ideal Flow - Residence Time Distribution of ideal vessels - Deriving RTD from velocity field - Modeling Non ideal Flow - Tanks in series Model - Dispersion model - Recycle reactor model of non ideal reactors - Introduction to population balance modeling - Deriving RTD from PBE - Deriving particle size distribution for continuous fluid beds via PBE - Deriving design equations for gas solid reactions via PBE - Deriving property distributions in reactor regenerator systems - Applications of PBE modeling to real life problems - Design equations for Immobilized Enzyme reactors - Illustrative examples in Benzyl Penicillin Deacylation - Reactors for alcohol fermentation - Design Alternatives - Reactors for Biological Waste Treatment - Design of Biological waste Water Treatment - Flow and Reaction through porous media - Acid Leaching of Rocks - Reaction Engineering for Electronic Devices - Illustrative example - Gas Liquid Reactions - Reaction Regimes - Reaction Engineering and mitigation of Global warming - CO2 absorption in high pressure water.

Non ideal Flow - Residence Time Distribution of ideal vessels - Deriving RTD from velocity field - Modeling Non ideal Flow - Tanks in series Model - Dispersion model - Recycle reactor model of non ideal reactors - Introduction to population balance modeling - Deriving RTD from PBE - Deriving particle size distribution for continuous fluid beds via PBE - Deriving design equations for gas solid reactions via PBE - Deriving property distributions in reactor regenerator systems - Applications of PBE modeling to real life problems - Design equations for Immobilized Enzyme reactors - Illustrative examples in Benzyl Penicillin Deacylation - Reactors for alcohol fermentation - Design Alternatives - Reactors for Biological Waste Treatment - Design of Biological waste Water Treatment - Flow and Reaction through porous media - Acid Leaching of Rocks - Reaction Engineering for Electronic Devices - Illustrative example - Gas Liquid Reactions - Reaction Regimes - Reaction Engineering and mitigation of Global warming - CO2 absorption in high pressure water.

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Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) by Prof. H.S.Shankar,Department of Chemical Engineering,IIT Bombay.For more details on NPTEL visit httpnptel.ac.in

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- 1.Course Overview – I
- 2.Course Overview – II
- 3.Design Equations – I
- 4.Design Equations – Illustrative Examples
- 5.Design Equations II Plug Flow Recycle Reactors
- 6.Illustrative Examples 1) Plug Flow Recycle 2) Multiple reactions – I
- 7.Illustrative Examples 1) Recycle Reactor with Condenser 2) CSTR with Recycle
- 8.Multiple Reactions – II
- 9.Modelling Multiple Reactions in Soil Environment – III
- 10.Semi Continuous Reactor Operation
- 11.Catalyst Deactivation – I
- 12.Catalyst Deactivation – II
- 13.Illustrative Example 1) Determination of deactivation Parameters
- 14.Energy Balance – I
- 15.Energy Balance – II
- 16.Reacting Fluids as Energy Carrier
- 17.Illustrative Example Energy Balance in Stirred Vessels
- 18.Energy Balance – III Design for Constant T Operation
- 19.Energy Balance – IV Temperature Effects on Rate & Equilibria
- 20.Energy Balance – V Stability Analysis of Exothermic Stirred Tank
- 21.Illustrative Example Stability of Exothermic Stirred Tank
- 22.Energy Balance– VI 1)Tubular Reactor HeatedCooled from Wall
- 23.Illustrative Example 1) Plug Flow with Heat Effects 2) Multiple Reactions
- 24.Illustrative Example 1) Further Considerations in Energy Balance
- 25.Introduction to Environmental Reactions
- 26.Residence Time Distribution Methods
- 27.Residence Time Distribution Models
- 28.Shrinking core Gas-Solid reactions Model
- 29.Shrinking core Ash Diffusion Model & Combination of Resistances
- 30.1)Gas Solid Reactions Temperature Effects on Rate & Equilibria
- 31.Illustrative Example Temperature Effects on Rate & Equilibria
- 32.Population Balance Modelling – II
- 33.Population Balance Modelling – III
- 34.Illustrative Examples Population Balance Models
- 35.Introduction to Environmental Reactions
- 36.Reaction Engineering Examples in Biochemical & Environmental Engineering
- 37.Illustrative Examples1) Biomethanation 2)Alcohol via Fermentation 3)Natural Selection
- 38.Illustrative Examples 1) Enzyme Reaction 2) Microbial Reaction 3) Waste Treatment
- 39.Oxygen Sag Analysis in Rivers
- 40.Illustrative Examples1)Oxygen Sag Analysis 2)Population Balance Modelling of Forest
- 41.Illustrative Example Gas- Solid Reaction RTD Models Reaction Network

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