CM 8th Semester CM 801(B) Cryogenic Engineering Syllabus RGPV / RGTU B.E. Chemical Engineering(CM) VIII-8th Semester Syllabus
Unit II Properties of cryogenic fluids: Fluid properties, fluid behavior at cryogenic temperatures, structural properties at low temperature, thermal properties at low temperature, Electrical properties at low temperatures, superconductivity.
Unit III Production of low temperature, refrigeration and liquefaction, cryogenic refrigeration cycle work, J T cycles and expander cycle and difference, use of cycle analysis on real systems, cryo-coolers operation
Unit IV Cryogenic Environment : Storage vessels, Dewars - both large and small, compressors, expanders, heat exchanges, selection of transfer lines and values, Insulation principles, separation and purification system, Helium and natural gas systems separation, gas purification, storage and transfer systems.
Unit V Cryogenic Instrumentation and Measurements, strain, pressure flow and liquid level, measurement of low temperatures, optimization of tank designs, Details of liquefied natural gas, purification of natural gas, storages and insulation of Liquefied Natural Gas, its transportation through pipelines.
Unit VI Safety in cryogenic systems, Hydrogen, Oxygen and Nitrogen, Handling of high pressure cylinders, safety in liquid nitrogen and high pressure gas systems, safety in hydrogen and oxygen systems, critical safety for H2 and 02, cleaning of H2 and 02 equipments.
1. R.H. Perry, D.W. Green; Perry's Chemical Engineers Handbook; McGraw Hill.
2. Thomas M, Flynn, Dehher; Cryogenic Engineering; Marcel-Decker, Colorado P, Florida.
3. Mukhopadhyaya; Fundamentals of cryogenic Engg; PHI