RGPV / RGTU B.E. CM, 4th (IV) Semester syllabus CM-404 Fluid Particle Mechanics Revised syllabus Chemical Engineering(CM)

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Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Bhopal (MP)
B.E. (CM) Chemical Engineering
FOURTH IV SEMESTER
CM 404 Fluid Particle Mechanics
Revised Syllabus and Scheme of Examination Effective from July 2007


Unit I Particulate Solid: Properties of particulate solids Evaluation of siza & shape, surface and population of particles, standard screens and screen analysis of solids.

Unit II Size Reduction: Principles of communication, size reduction; crushing, grinding, pulverizing and ultra fining size reduction equipment, power requirement in communication.

Unit III Mixing: Mixing of solids, Mixing equipment’s, Design & Power requirement of mixers, Mixer effectiveness and mixing index.

Unit IV Separation Principles of Separation techniques for system involving solids, liquids & gases, classification, sedimentation and filtration, Separation equipments.

Unit V Transportation and Handling of Solids Selection of conveying devices for solids: Belt, Chain, Screw – conveyors, Elevators and pneumatic conveying devices; Elementary design aspects of the devices. Visit to Chemical Engg. Industry engaged mainly with Mechanical Operation.

Unit VI Fluidization & Application Particulate & aggregative fluidization, characteristic of fluidized bed due to particle size, size distribution, shape and density, pressure drop through a fluidized bed, Character of dense phase fluidization as revealed by pressure drop fluctuations. Up flow and down flow fluidization, Fluid Catalytic process, bed drying, Mass transfer in fluidized beds.

References:
1. Perry RH & Don WG; PERRY’S CHEMICAL Engineering HAND BOOK; Mc Graw Hill.
2. Murthy; Structures and properties of Engg Materials; TMH

List of Experiments (Pl. expand it):
1. To analyse the given sample by differential, cumulative methods using standard screen.
2. Determination of size and surface area of irregular particles using a measuring gauge.
3. To study the crushing behaviour and to determine the Rittinger’s and Bond’s constant of the given solid in a Jaw crusher
4. To study the crushing behaviour and to determine the Rittinger’s and Bond’s constant of the given solid in a ball mill.

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