CM 8th Semester CM 801(A) Process Piping Design Syllabus RGPV / RGTU B.E. Chemical Engineering(CM) VIII-8th Semester Syllabus

RGTU/RGPV CM 801(A) Process Piping Design Syllabus
CM 801(A) Process Piping Design Syllabus
Chemical Engineering(CM) VIII-8th Semester Syllabus

CM 801(A) Process Piping Design Course Contents:

Unit I Classification of pipes and tubes IS & BS codes for pipes used in chemical process industries and utilities.

Unit II Pipes for Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, sudden expansion and contraction effects, Pipe surface roughness effects, Pipe bends, Shearing characteristics.

Unit III Pressure drop for flow of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids through pipes, resistance to flow and pressure drop, effect of Reynolds and apparent Reynolds number.

Unit IV Pipes of circular and non-circular cross section-velocity distribution, average velocity and volumetric rate of flow. Flow through curved pipes (Variable cross sections), effect of pipe-fittings on pressure losses.

Unit V Non-Newtonian fluid flow through process pipes, Shear stress, Shear rates behavior, apparent viscosity and its shear dependence, Power law index, Yield Stress in fluids, Time dependant behavior, Thixotropic and rheopetic behavior, mechanical analogues, velocity pressure relationships for fluids, line.

Unit VI Pipe line design and power losses in compressible fluid flow, Multiphase flow, gasliquid, solid - fluid, flows in vertical and horizontal pipelines, Lockhart Martinelli relations, Flow pattern regimes.

References:
1. Coulson JM and Richardson J.F; Chemical engineering - Vol I, Butterworth, Oxford;
2. Govier, G.W. and Aziz K; Flow of complex mixtures in pipe; Krieger Pub, Florida
3. Green DW and Malony, Perrys; Chemical engineers Handbook;TMH

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