History & Evolution of Department

The Department of Industrial Chemistry, Govt. Degree College (Men), Srikakulam was established in 1998 and affiliated to Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.

Vision :  Our department has the vision to inculcate the scientific attitude and research awareness and knowledge to our students and the society. We remove the superstition beliefs from older and new generations. We do the things that will support for progress and development of the Institution (College).

Mission:  we achieve our vision

  1. a) By conducting practical sessions.
  2. By conducting science awareness programmers.
  3. c) By conducting seminars, workshops and field trips.
  4. d) By conducting student study projects.

Objectives of Department:

  • Teaching: Students are involved more in teaching and learning during lecture time. Mostly, blackboard and ICT in teaching for UG students are in practice. Some model structure of a few common organic of small molecules at structure and mechanism of chemical reactions is shown for better understanding. ICT, PPT, e-Class, MANA TV teaching methods, Models, Charts and audio – video teaching aids are adopted to improve student learning.
  • Tutorials: At the end of lectures of every unit of courses, tutorials classes are taken for better understanding of the topics.
  • Seminars: Seminars are conducted throughout the academic session for the students of UG . The Topic of seminars and the contents of the seminar topic are discussed with the faculty.
  • Practical: Industrial Chemistry Practical Course means a task in which a student can observe or manipulate real objects or materials by analyzing the analytical data of the corresponding materials. For better understanding, a few theory classes are taken to give hands-on experience. Student activity based method is adopted for both theory and practical.
  • Motivation: Inspiring the students for achieving their individual goals and linking their individual goals with societal and national goals.

Succession List Of Course Coordinators

SI.NO Name Qualification  

FROM

 

TO

1 Sri A. NARAYANA RAO M.Sc.  

1998

 

JULY2002

2 Sri S.V. SRI RAMA MURTHY M.Sc.  

AUG 2002

 

MARCH 2004

3 Sri S.S.N RAJU M.Sc  

APRIL 2004

 

September 2004

4 Sri B.SREE RAMULU M.Sc. M.Phil  

October 2004

 

December 2012

5 Sri G. VAYU KUMAR M.Sc;Ph.D  

January 2013

 

JUNE 2016

6 Sri R. RAMESH NAIDU M.Sc  

JULY 2016

 

JUNE 2017

7 Sri B. SATISH LUMAR M.Sc  

JULY 2017

 

TILL TO DATE

   

UG Courses Offered:

     Conventional Courses:00

     Restructured Courses:01

 

PG Courses Offered:

 

Students Strength(Last 3 Years)

 

2018- 2019

S.No Subject BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st  Industrial Chemistry 34+01 35
2 2nd   Industrial Chemistry 43+00 43
3 3rd  Industrial Chemistry 31+00 31
Total Strength 109

 

 

2017- 2018

S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st  Industrial Chemistry 54+00 54
2 2nd   Industrial Chemistry 34+00 34
3 3rd  Industrial Chemistry 34+00 34
Total Strength 122

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016- 2017

S.No CLASS BOYS + GIRLS TOTAL
1 1st  Industrial Chemistry 41+00 41
2 2nd   Industrial Chemistry 39+00 39
3 3rd  Industrial Chemistry 29+00 29
Total Strength 109

 

List of Enrollments Category wise in  first year

Year SC ST BC Others Total
2012-13 4 1 26 0 31
2013-14 1 0 25 3 29
2014-15 3 0 32 2 37
2015-16 4 0 29 2 35
2016-17 0 0 34 2 36
2017-18 2 0 48 4 54
2018-19 4 0 31 0 35

 

 

 

 

Facilities available in the department

Books in the Departmental Library

  • Books for P.G.students                                              : 00
  • Data Analytics Books                                                 : 00
  • Complementary copies and personal books                : 00

Computers  in the labs

  • 6 x 5 n-computing systems are in Statistics lab
  • 5 x 2 n-computing systems and 10 systems  in Data Analytics lab.
  • Lap Tops :00
  • Printer                       :00
  • LCD Projectors       : 00

 

Major Equipments

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

MAJOR EQUIPMENT AND THEIR USE

 

S.NO. NAME OF THE ARTICLE USAGE
01 PH METERS It is used to measure hydrogen-in activity (acidityor alkalinity) in solution
02 SPECTROPHOTOMETER To measure the concentration or optical density of  liquid
03 CONDUCTOMETER To measure the electrical conductivity in a solution
04 ANALYTICAL BALANCE To weigh weights up to 0.0001mg of required chemicals and other substances
05 PENSKY MARTEN FLASH POINT APPARATUS To measure the flash point at the lowest temperature at which the application of an ignition source causes the vapors of a sample to ignite
06 ABBE’S REFRACTOMETER It can be used to measure both refractive index of liquids and solids, concentration of solutions, for purity tests and quality checks of liquids
07 DE-IONIZER( FOR DISTILLED WATER) It can be used for deionization of water
08 MUFFLE  FURNACE It can be used for combustion of solids
09 OVEN It can be used for drying materials
10 POTENTIOMETER It can be used for potentiometric titration

Faculty Details

Sno Photo Name Qualification Designation Email-id Profile
1 RAVADA VENKESWARA RAO M.Sc LECTURER Venki12676@gmail.com [embeddoc url=”http://gcmsklm.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/R.-VENKATESWARA-RAO-IND.CHEM-PROFILE.docx” viewer=”google”]
2 VSVS SATYANARAYANA M.Sc LECTURER Vsn1001@gmail.com [embeddoc url=”http://gcmsklm.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/VSVS-SATYANARAYANA-IND.CHEM-PROFILE-1.docx” viewer=”google”]

       

 

B.Sc., INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

 SEMESTER-WISE SYLLABUS

THEORY, PRACTICALS AND MODEL QUESTION PAPERS

(AS PER CBCS AND SEMESTER SYSTEM)

 

I, II & III YEARS

 

w.e.f. 2015-16

(REVISED IN APRIL, 2016)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AP STATE COUNCIL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

CBCS – PATTERN FOR INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education

Structure of B.Sc Industrial Chemistry under CBCS

w.e.f. 2015-16 (Revised in April, 2016)

Year Semester Paper Title Hours Marks Credits
I I I Chemical Process Industries 4 100 03
Practical –I 2 50 02
II II Introduction to Chemical Engineering 4 100 03
Practical –II 2 50 02
II III III Chemical Analysis 4 100 03
Practical –III 2 50 02
IV IV Chemical Process Industries 4 100 03
Practical –IV 2 50 02
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III

V V Chemical Process Industries 3 100 03
Practical –V 2 50 02
VI Unit Process in Organic Synthesis 3 100 03
Practical –VI 2 50 02
 

*Any one paper from (A), (B) and (C) can be selected

 

VI

 

**Any one cluster (Set of Three Papers) from VIII-A or VIII-B can be selected

VII (A)* Elective 3 100 03
Lab 2 50 02
VII (B)* Elective      
Lab      
VII (C)* Elective      
Lab      
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VIII-A

Cluster Elective-A

VIII-A-1

VIII-A-2

VIII-A-3

 

Or

3

3

3

2

2

2

100

100

100

50

50

50

03

03

03

02

02

02

**

VIII-B

Cluster Elective-B

VIII-B-1

VIII-B-2

VIII-B-3

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education

I B.Sc – SEMESTER- I: INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS

w.e.f. 2015-16 (Revised in April, 2016)

Paper- I CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES-1

Total hours of teaching 60hrs @ 4 hrs per week

 

UNIT- I                                                                                                                      12h

Water treatment:- Source of water, quality of natural water, water quality parameters, hardness of water causes, conditions of water, permutite, ion-exchange process, treatment of water for municipal purpose, desalting of sea water, composition, properties and quality of deposits in boilers and heat exchangers, treatment of boiler water, corrosion and treatment of heat power equipments, industrial water treatment, water analysis, BOD,COD, determination of hardness.

 

UNIT-II                                                                                                                      12h

Sewage and Sewage treatment:- Municipal waste water, sewage and its compositions, aerobic process and anaerobic processes for the treatment of sewage bacteria, methods of sewage treatment – aerobic oxidation plants.

 

Industrial wastes and treatment process:– Types of industrial wastes, nature, effect and treatment of chemical wastes from some important industries.

 

UNIT- III                                `                                                                                   12h

Corrosion:- Introduction, economic aspects of corrosion, types of corrosion chemical corrosion and electrochemical corrosion, theories of chemical corrosion and electrochemical corrosion, factors effecting chemical corrosion, atmospheric corrosion, water corrosion, microbiological corrosion, prevention of corrosion.

 

UNIT – IV                                                                                       12h

Glass: :- Rawmaterials, methods of manufacture (pot furnace, tanks furnace, regenerative tank furnace), shaping, various glasses- coloured glass, safety glass, fibre glass, pyrex  glass, photosensitive glass, glass wool.

 

Ceramics:- Introduction and properties of ceramics, basic raw materials, formation, types and properties of clay, manufacturing processes, glazing, porcelain, china ware- raw materials and manufacture.

 

UNIT- V                                                                                           12h

Refractories:– Classification, properties, manufacture of refractories, fire clay bricks and their uses, high alumina refractories, silicon bricks, magnasite refractories, super refractories, silicon carbide, graphite, oxide refractories, ceramic fibres, insulations refractories.

Cement:-  Types of cements, raw materials, manufacture of cement dry, wet processes, setting of cement, properties of cement, physico – chemical principles involved , fuel burning devises – mortar and concrete.

 

Books for Reference:

 

Text Book : Industrial Chemistry (including Chemical Engineering )by B.K.Sharma, Goel Publishing house, Meerut.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I B.Sc – SEMESTER –I: INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL SYLLABUS

Paper-I: CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES-1

Total hours of laboratory Exercises 30 hrs @ 2 per week

 

 

  1. Analysis of tap water and sea water for
  2. Total soluble solids in a given sample of water.
  3. Estimation of total chlorides and sulphates.
  4. Estimation of dissolved free carbondioxide and Magnesium.
  5. Estimation of temporary hardness, permanannent hardness and total hardness.
  6. Analysis of cement.
  7. Analysis of Lime (dolomite)
  8. Estimation of chemical oxygen demand (COD).

 

Practical examination pattern : practical 40marks,Recors +viva=10marks

 

Text Book : A Text Book on Experiments and Calculation in Engineering Chemistry by S.S.Dara, S. Chand & Company Ltd, Ram nagar, New Delhi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.Sc – SEMESTER –I

 INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY MOODEL PAPER –I

Paper-1 : CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

 

Time: 3hrs.                                                                                                  Max. Marks: 75

 

PART – A

Answer any Five questions                           5 X 5 = 25

 

  1. Briefly explain the determination of hardness of water?
  2. Describe the sewage composition?
  3. Explain the economic aspects of corrosion?
  4. Explain the types of Industrial Wastes?
  5. Write a short note on glazes?
  6. Explain setting of cement?
  7. Write the properties of refractories?
  8. Define 1. Hardness of1. Water 2. Scale  sludge

 

PART  -B

Answer All Questions                                   5 X 10 = 50

 

  1. Explain the treatment of hard water by Ion-exchange process?   OR

Explain the treatment of water for Municipality purposes?

  1. Explain about Aerobic Oxidation Plants?   OR

Explain the treatment of any five industrial wastes?

  1. Explain the theories of Wet Corrosion?                                              OR

Explain the factors effecting the Chemical Corrosion?

  1. Explain briefly manufacture of Ceramics?   OR

Explain the manufacture of  Glass?

  1. Write short notes on 1. Silicon carbide 2. Silica bricks. ?  OR

Explain the manufacture of Cement?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I B. Sc – SEMESTER- II: INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY THEORY SYLLABUS

Paper –II : INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Total hours of teaching 60hrs @ 4 hrs per week

 

Unit-I                                                                                                                                 12h

Introduction:-Introduction-unit operations-basic laws-useful mathematical methods-units and dimensions-nomography.

UNIT – II                                                                                          12h

Physico-chemical calculations:-energy-equivalent weight-solutions-solubility-vapour pressure of solutions- humidity and saturation

Unit-III                                                                                                                     12h

Material balance-Energy balance                      

UNIT – IV                                                                                                                 12h

Chemical kinetics:-introduction-thermodynamic review of the rate equation-effect of temperature of reaction rate-catalysis-reactors-some useful terms in chemical processing.

Unit –V                                                                                                                      12h

Heat transfer operations:- conduction-convection-radiation-flow arrangements in heat exchangers-heat transfer equipment –evaporation

                                                                                                 

 

Books for Reference:

 

 

Text Book: Introduction to Chemical Engineering, by Goshal and Sanyl Datta, McGraw-Hills Company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I B.Sc SEMESTER -II

INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL SYLLABUS

Paper-II: INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Total hours of laboratory Exercises 30 hrs @ 2 per week

 

  1. steam distillation
  2. differential distillation
  3. liquid –liquid equilibrium
  4. liquid-solid equilibrium
  5. liquid diffusion
  6. Estimation of first order of chemical reaction

 

Text Book: College Industrial Chemistry Practicals by Patel, Turakhia, Puniyani, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai

Practical examination pattern : practical 40marks,Recors +viva=10marks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I B.Sc., SEMESTER –II:  INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY MODEL PAPER II

II : Introduction to Chemical Engineering

 

Time: 3hrs.                                                                                                  Max. Marks: 75

 

SECTION – A

Answer any Five Questions             5 X 5 = 25

  1. Explain Internal and External Energy ?
  2. Discuss about solutions and solubility?
  3. What are the steps to follow energy balance calculations?
  4. Write about elementary and non-elementary reactions?
  5. Explain about catalysis?
  6. What are the flow arrangements heat exchangers?
  7. Explain about applications of heat exchangers?
  8. Explain about mass transfer operations?

 

SECTION – B

Answer All Questions             5 X 10= 50

 

  1. What is the role of Chemical Engineer of mankind? OR

Write about Unit Operations and Unit Process?

  1. Explain the different types of Chemical Reactions.? OR

What is the effect of temperature on reaction rates?

  1. Explain about material balance calculations? OR

Explain about Energy Balance calculate ions?

  1. Write about Heat Transfer operations?   OR

Write about Industrial Heat Exchanger equipment?

  1. Explain about Osmosis and Vapour Pressure of solutions? OR

Explain about Humidity and Saturation?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II B. Sc – SEMESTER –III: INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY THEORY PAPER –III

Paper-III : CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

Total hours of teaching 60hrs @ 4 hrs per week

 

UNIT –I                                                                                                                      12 Hours

 Errors: Errors in chemical analysis, Errors in measurements, Accuracy, Precision, Statistical treatment of data, average, deviation and probability, rejection of results, significant figures.

 Solvent Extraction: Introduction, Completeness of extraction, selectivity of extraction, recovery of extracted material, factors favoring solvent extraction, solvent extraction equilibrium, experimental measures, analytical applications.

UNIT -II                                                                                                         12 Hours

 Paper chromatography: Introduction, theory of paper chromatography, operations involved in paper chromatography, quantitative paper chromatography, separation of amino acids, inorganic paper chromatography.

 Column Chromatography: Introduction, theory, experiment technique and applications of column chromatography.

UNIT – III                                                                                                      12 Hours

Thin Layer Chromatography: Introduction, theory, technique and applications

Gas Chromatography: Introduction, instrumentation, apparatus and procedure.

UNIT –IV                                                                                                       12 Hours

Potentiometric Measurements: Introduction, instrumentation of potentiometric titrations, apparatus, procedure and applications, Potentiometric titrations.

pH Measurements: Introduction, electrometric determination of  hydrogen, quinhydrone, antimony and glass electrodes.

UNIT – V                                                                                                       12 Hours

 Conductometric titrations: Introduction, some fundamental relationships, equivalent and molar conductance, AC conduction, measurement of conductivity and applications of conductometric titrations.

Visible Spectroscopy and colourimetry: Nature of radiant energy, electromagnetic spectrum, Absorption methods and terms associated with absorption measurements, laws of absorption, Deviations of Beer’s Law, Instrumentation with Special reference to spectophotometric applications of absorption spectroscopy, qualitative and quantitative, colourimetric determination of ammonia, phosphate, ion simultaneous determination of chromium and manganese in steel.

Books for Reference:

Reference Books : Chemical Analysis By PC Jain and Srivastva

 

 

 

II B.Sc INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY – SEMESTER-III

Paper-III: PRACTICAL

CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

Total hours of laboratory Exercises 30hrs @ 2 per week

 

 

  1. 1.  POTENTIOMETRY: a. Determination of iron (II) with chromium (VI)
    1. b Determination of iron (II) with manganese (VII)
  2. 2SPECTROPHOTOMETRY:
    1. Mapping of absorption spectra of aqueous solutions of chromium (VI) and manganese (VII)
  3. COLOURIMETRY:
    1. Determination of nitrite in water.
    2. Determination of phosphate in water.
  4. CONDUCTOMETRY :
    1. Determination of cell constant.
    2. Titration of a strong acid with a strong base.
    3. Titration of a weak acid with a strong base.
    4. Titration of a mixture of strong acid and weak acid with a strong base.
    5. Titration of a weak base with a strong acid.
  5. PH METRY:
  1. Titration of HCl with NaOH.
  2. Titration of acetic acid with NaOH.
  3. Determination of pH of water samples.

Books Recommended:

  1. Quantitative Inorganic analysis by A.I.Vogel.
  2. Instrumentation methods of Chemical Analysis by Ewing
  3. Vogel’s text book of Quantitative Chemical Analysis by G.H. Jeffery, J. Bassett, J.Mendham, R.C.Denny

Practical examination pattern : practical 40marks,Recors +viva=10marks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II B.Sc., INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY- SEMESTER -III

 MODEL PAPER III    Chemical Analysis

 

Time: 3 hours                                                                                                    maximum marks: 75

Answer any five  questions                                                                 5 X 5 =25

  1. Define accuracy and precission?
  2. What are the factors favouring solvent extraction?
  3. What is the theory involved in paper chromatography?
  4. Write about retention time and volume ?
  5. Write about Hydrogen Electorde?
  6. Write about AC conduction?
  7. Explain about Beer’s Lambert’s Law?
  8. How TLC superior than paper chromatography?

 

Answer all questions                                                                     5 X 10 = 50

  1. Explain about errors in chemical analysis?  OR

What are the experimental techniques of solvent extraction?

  1. Discuss about the technique of paper chromatography? OR

Explain the experimental technique of column chromatography?

  1. Discuss about the technique of TLC ? OR

Explain the instrumentation of Gas Chromatography?

  1. What is the principle of potentiometer and explain the instrumentation ? OR

Write about quinhydrone electrode and glass electrode?

  1. Write about the conductometric titrations? OR

Explain about the instrumentation of spectro photo meter?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II B.Sc. INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY, SEMESTER- IV,

Paper-IV: THEORY SYLLABUS

PAPER –IV: CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

Total hours of teaching 60hrs @ 4 hrs per week

 

UNIT-I                                                                                                           12hours 

  Fuels: Calorific value, Classification of fuels, Properties of fuels, Coal industries in India, Solid Fuels: Proximate analysis of coal, Ultimate analysis of coal, High temperature of and low temperature of coal, Distillation of coal tar, Destructive distillation of wood.  Gaseous Fuels: Natural gas, Synthesis gas, water gas, carbureted water gas, producer gas, Oil gas, Liquefied Petroleum gas, Bio-gas, Analysis of gases.  Liquid Fuels: Occurrence and mining, Origin, Composition and distillation of petroleum, Refineries in India, Flash point, Knocking, Octane number, Cetane number, Cracking, Chemical treatment for reforming a fuel, Synthetic fuel from coal, fuel fired devices, Devices for fuel combustion.

UNIT – II                                                                                                                   12hours

Petrochemicals: Industrial preparation of methanol, rectified spirit, methylated sprit, absolute alcohol, isopropanol, ethylene glycol, acetone, phenol, formaldehyde, ethyl acetate.

Industrial gases: Hydrogen: Electrolytic method, steam iron method, hydrogen from synthesis gas, shift conversion, industrial uses of Hydrogen.  Manufacture of Oxygen and Nitrogen: Lindes process, Claudes process industrial uses of oxygen and nitrogen.  Carbon dioxide manufacture, Solid carbon dioxide, industrial uses of carbon dioxide, Acetylene manufacture, Industrial applications of acetylene.

UNIT III                                                                                                                     12hours

Ammonia and Nitric Acid: Process and Physico- chemical principles involved in the manufacture of ammonia and nitric acid, Manufacture of nitric acid by Birkland and Eyde Process and Ostwald process, Nitrogen fixation in nature, artificial fixation of nitrogen.

UNIT – IV                                                                                                                  12hours

Insecticides: Classification, Inorganic insecticides, plant insecticides, Organic insecticides: DDT, methoxychlor, BHC, aldrin, dialdrin, malthion, parathion.  Rodenticide: fungicides: Bordeaux mixture, carbamates, baygon, zenib, Herbicides, 2,4-D, Synthetic insecticides.

UNIT –V                                                                                                        12hours

Fermentation: Conditions favorable for fermentation, characteristics of enzymes, Manufacture of power alcohol from molasses and starchy materials, Alcoholic beverages.

Sugar Industry: Manufacture of cane sugar, Manufacture of sucrose from beet root, estimation of sugar.

 

 

 

Books for Reference:

 

Text Books: Industrial Chemistry by B.K.Sharma, Geol. Publishing House 2. Engineering Chemistry by P.C. Jain. Reference Books: 1. A text book of Engineering Chemistry by S.S. Dara, S.Chand & Co.

 

 

II B. Sc INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SEMESTRE- IV,

Paper–IV:  PRACTICAL SYLLABUS

PAPER-IV:  CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

Total hours of laboratory Exercises 30 hrs @ 2 per week

 

  1. Proximate analysis of coal.
  2. Flash point determination.
  3. Determination of Viscosity of Lubricants & Viscosity index, effect of temperature and viscosity.
  4. Determination of softening point of coal tar.
  5. Determination of cloud point and pour point of lubricants.
  6. Analysis of single fertilizers.
  7. Abbe’s Refractometer

Practical examination pattern : practical 40marks,Recors +viva=10mark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II B. Sc – SEMESTER- IV, INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY MODEL PAPER

PAPER- IV – Chemical Process Industries

 

 

Time: 3 hours                                                                                                    maximum marks: 75

SECTION -A       

Answer any five  questions                                                                 5 X 5 =25

  1. Write a short notes on producer gas?
  2. Explain the following terms 1. Octane number 2. Cetane number
  3. Write a short notes on artificial fixation of Nitrogen?
  4. Explain the industrial preparation of phenol?
  5. Write the testing of sugars?
  6. What are the characterstics of Enzymes?
  7. Write about Rodenticides?
  8. Write about artificial fixation of Nitrogen?

SECTION -B     

Answer all questions                                                                     5 X 10 = 50

  1. Describe the distillation of coal tar?  OR

Explain  Occurrence, Mining and Composition of Crude Petroleum?

  1. Explain the industrial preparation of 1. Ethanol 2. Ethyl Acetate? OR

Explain the Manufacturing of Oxygen by Linde’s process

  1. Explain the physic-chemical principles involved in the manufacture of HNO3 by Ostwald’s process?                                                                                     OR

Explain the physic-chemical principles involved in the manufacture of HNO3 BY Eyde process?

  1. Explain about Organic Insecticides? OR

Explain the following terms 1. Rodenticides 2. Herbicides 3. Fungicides?

  1. Explain the manufacture of power alcohol from molasses? OR

Explain the manufacture of sugar from sugar cane?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – SEMESTER- V: INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS

   THEORY PAPER – V

Paper-V: CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

Total hours of teaching 60 hrs @ 3 hrs per week

 

UNIT  – I                                                                                                        12hrs

 

OILS FATS AND SOAPS: Distinguish between oils and fats- classification and properties of oils and facts – manufacture of cotton seed oil by expression method and manufacture of soybean oil by solvent extraction method – refining of vegetable oils – hydrogenation of oils – analysis of oils – acid value – saponification value – iodine value – aniline point.

 

UNIT – II                                                                                                       12hrs

 

SOAPS AND DETERGENTS: Manufacture of soap by cold process and dry process – cleansing action of soap

 

Detergents: principle groups of detergents – biodegradability of surfactants – anionic detergents – cationic detergents – non-ionic detergents – amphortric detergents – manufacture of shampoos.

 

UNIT III                                                                                                        12hrs

 

OXIDATION : types of Oxidations – oxidation reactions – kinetics and mechanism of oxidation of organic compounds – commercial manufacture of benzoic acid, meleic anhydride, pthallic anhydride

 

ZNIC: Occurrence – extraction – electrolytic method of extraction – galvanizing

 

UNIT IV:                                                                                                       12hrs

 

METALLURGY: classification of ores – general principal of metallurgy – purification of metals.

 

EXTRACTION OF ORES: Commercial forms of ion – effects of impurities and properties of cast iron – description of blast furnace – manufacture of pig iron – blast furnace slag – modern trends in blast furnace practices

 

UNIT V                                                                                                          12hrs

 

STEEL: Manufacture of steel by Bessemer process and open-hearth process – classification of steel – mechanical treatment of steel – Ferro alloys.

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ALLOYS: Purpose of making alloys – light alloys – copper alloys – nickel alloys – low melting alloys – methods of preparation of alloys – heat treatment of alloys.

 

Books for Reference:

 

 

Text Book : industrial Chemistry (including Chemical Engineering )by B.K.Sharma, Goel Publishing house, Meerut.

 

III B. Sc – INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS   SEMESTER- V

Practical Paper-V: CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

Total hours of teaching 30hrs @ 2hrs per week

 

  1. Acid value of vegetable oils
  2. Saponfication value of vegetable oils.
  3. Iodine value of vegetable oils.
  4. estimation of % Iron in carbon steel
  5. aniline point of oils
  6. Estimation of % MnO2 present in pyrosulate.
  7. Estimation of Cu present in Brass sample.

 

 

 

 

Practical examination pattern : practical 40marks,Recors +viva=10marks

 

Books Recommended:

  1. Quantitative Inorganic analysis by A.I.Vogel.
  2. Instrumentation methods of Chemical Analysis by Ewing
  3. Vogel’s text book of Quantitative Chemical Analysis by G.H. Jeffery, J. Bassett, J.Mendham, R.C.Denny

 

 

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III B. Sc – SEMESTER- V, INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY MODEL PAPER

PAPER-V:  Chemical Process Industries

 

 

Time: 3 hours                                                                                      Maximum Marks: 75

PART – A

Answer any Five questions                           5 X 5 = 25

 

  1. Write the properties of Oils and Fats?
  2. Write a short notes on refining of Oils?
  3. Write a short notes on cleansing action of soap?
  4. Explain the manufacture of shampoos?
  5. Write briefly on Solvent extraction method?
  6. Write a short notes on Galvanisation ?
  7. Explain the industrial preparation of Phthalic anhydride?
  8. Write about copper alloys?

 

PART  -B

Answer All Questions                                   5 X 10 = 50

 

  1. Explain the manufacture of soyabean oil by solvent extraction?             OR

Explain the analysis of oils and fats?

  1. Explain the manufacture of soap by continuous process?                  OR

Explain the manufacturing process of Anionic detergents?

  1. Explain the types of Oxidation reactions?                                          OR

Explain the manufacture of Zinc by Electrolytic process?

  1. Explain briefly on general principles of Metallurgy?   OR

Explain the manufacture of Pig Iron?

  1. Explain the manufacture of Steel by Bassemer Process ?  OR

Explain about Light alloys?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – SEMESTER- V:  INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY THEORY SYLLABUS

PAPER-VI:  UNIT PROCESS IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS

Total hours of teaching 60 hrs @ 3 hrs per week

 

UNIT – I                                                                                                        12 hrs

 

SULPHONATION: Sulphonating agents – mechanism of sulphonation – batch Vs continuous sulphonation – commercial sulphonation of benzene, naphthalene, alkyl benzene

 

UNIT – II                                                                                                       12 hrs

 

NITRATION: Nitrating agents – kinetic and mechanism of aromatic nitration – batch Vs continuous nitration – nitration of benzene, nitrobenzene, chlorobenzene, acetanilide, and toluene

 

UNIT III:                                                                                                       12 hrs

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HYDROGENATION: Catalysts for hydrogenation reaction – manufacture of methanol from CO and H2 – hydrogenation of acids and esters to alcohol, catalytic reforming.

 

UNIT IV:                                                                                                       12 hrs

 

HALOGENATION: Reagents for halogenations – chlorination in side chain and nucleus of aromatic compounds – commercial manufacture of monochromic acetic acid, monochloro benzene – chloral, DDT, BHC, Freon

 

UNIT – V                                                                                                       12 hrs

 

ALKYLATION: Types of alkylation’s – alkylating agents – mechanism of alkylation – manufacture of linear alkyl benzene – alkylate for petroleum industry – manufacture of tetra ethyl lead.

 

 

Books for Reference:

 

  1. Unit Process in Organic Synthesis by P.H.GROGGINS, Tata McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – SEMESTER- V:  INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL

PRACTICAL PAPER-VI:  UNIT PROCESS IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS

Total hours of teaching 30 hrs @ 3 hrs per week

 

  1. Preparation of m-Dinitro benzene from nitro Benzene
  2. .Preparation of p- nitro Acetanilide from Acetanilide.
  3. Preparation of Acetanilide from PAC-sulphine amide
  4. chemical analysis alloys (brass, bonze solder and steel
  5. Electro chemical analysis of alloys(brass and bronze)
  6. 2,4-Dinitro toluene from p-nitro toluene
  7. preparation of DDT

 

Practical examination pattern : practical 40marks,Recors +viva=10marks

Books Recommended:

  1. Quantitative Inorganic analysis by A.I.Vogel.
  2. Instrumentation methods of Chemical Analysis by Ewing
  3. Vogel’s text book of Quantitative Chemical Analysis by G.H. Jeffery, J. Bassett, J.Mendham, R.C.Denny

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – SEMESTER- VI:  INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY MODEL PAPER

PAPER–VI:  Unit Process in Organic Synthesis

 

Time: 3 hours                                                                                      Maximum Marks: 75

PART – A

Answer any Five questions                           5 X 5 = 25

 

  1. Explain the commercial sulphonation of Benzene?
  2. Write about sulphonating agents?
  3. Write about Nitrating agents?
  4. Write about the nitration of Toluene?
  5. Explain the hydrogenation of Acid and Esters to alcohol?
  6. Explain the industrial preparation of Chloral ?
  7. Explain the chlorination of side chain aromatic compounds?
  8. Write the preparation of TEL?

 

PART  -B

Answer All Questions                                   5 X 10 = 50

 

  1. Explain the kinetics and mechanism of aromatic Nitration ?             OR

Explain about  Batch Vs Continuous Nitration ?

  1. Explain about the Batch Vs Continuous Sulphonationi?                        OR

Explain the commercial sulphonation fo Naphthalene ?

  1. Write briefly on catalysts for Hydrogenation Reactions ?                 OR

Explain about catalytic Reforming?

  1. Write briefly on Halogenations Reactions?   OR

Explain the preparation of DDT and BHC?

  1. Explain the mechanism of liquid phase alkylation ?                           OR

Write about alkylating agents?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEMESTER-VI: Electives

Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education

w.e.f. 2015-16 (Revised in April 2016)

III B. Sc – INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS   SEMESTER- VI

PAPER – VII – ELECTIVE [(A) or (B) or (C)]

Paper VII-(A): INDUSRIAL INSTRUMENTATION

Total hours of teaching 60hrs @ 3hrs per week

 

 

UNIT-I :                                                                                                                      12 hrs

Quality of measurement.

Meaning of measurement- Elements of instruments- Static characteristics-Dynamic characteristics- Dynamic response of first order type instruments- Dynamic response of second order type of instruments

 

UNIT – II                                                                                                                   12 hrs

Recorders­- Control devices:- – Graphic recorders- strip chart recorders- circular chart recorders-

Automatic controllers- Type of controllers- control action- pneumatic controllers-hydraulic controllers-

 

UNIT-III                                                                                                                    12 hrs

Measurement of temperature –I:

Temperature scales- Mercury in glass thermometer- Bimetallic thermometer pressure spring thermometer -Pneumatic balance thermometer.

Thermo electricity:- Industrial thermocouples – Response of thermo couples.

 

UNIT-IV

Measurement of temperature –II:- Resistance thermometers-thermal coefficients of resistances elements-Industrial resistance thermometers bulbs-resistance thermometers circuits-Null bridge resistance thermometer-Deflectional resistance thermometers.

 

UNIT-V :-Measurmet of pressure and vacuum:-

Units of pressure-types of pressure-methods of pressure measurements manometer Bourdon tube pressure gauge-Below type pressure gauge-Diaphragm type pressure gauge

Measurement of vacuum:-capsule gauge-Mac-led gauge-Pirani gauge-electrical pressure transducers-

 

REFERENCE BOOKS:-

  1. Industrial instrumentation by Donald P Ekman
  2. process control by SK Sing

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paper-VII-A : Practical

            Semester – VI, Paper-VII-A : Industrial Instrumentation

Total hours of teaching 30 hrs @ 2 hrs per week

 

  1. Responce of thermometer with out thermal well

2.Response of thermometer with thermal well

3.Calibration of thermometer

  1. Response of Resistance thermometer

5.Responce of U-tube manometer

 

Practical examination pattern : practical 40marks,Recors +viva=10marks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS   SEMESTER- VI

PAPER – VII – ELECTIVE [(A) or (B) or (C)] MODEL PAPER

Paper VII-(A): INDUSRIAL INSTRUMENTATION

Time: 3 hours                                                                                              Maximum Marks: 75

PART  – A

Answer any Five questions                           5 X 5 = 25

 

 

  1. What are dynamic characteristics of an instrument?
  2. Write about bi-metallic thermometer?
  3. Write about themocouple thermometer?
  4. Write about null-bridge resistance thermometer?
  5. What are the types of pressures?
  6. Explain  about pirani gauge?
  7. What are functioning elements in instrument?
  8. What are the temperature scales?

 

PART  – B

Answer All questions                                    5 X 10 = 50

 

  1. What are the static characteristics of an instrument?Explain? OR

What is the dynamic response of first order type of instrument?

  1. Explain about Hg-in-glass thermometer?OR

Write about pressure spring thermometer?

  1. Explain the response of the thermocouple thermometers?OR

Write about deflectional resistance thermometer?

  1. Write about strip-chart recorder?OR

Write about circular-chart recorder?

  1. Explain C-type pressure gauge?OR

Explain Mc-leod gauge?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLUSTER ELECTIVES   (Cluster–A or Cluster-B)

III B.Sc.: INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS   SEMESTER- VI

Paper VIII, CLUSTER ELECTIVE,  Cluster-A,

Paper VIII-A-1 : CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

Total hours of teaching 60hrs @ 3hrs per week

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UNIT – I                                                                                             12hours

Sulphuric Acid: Process and physico-chemical principles involve4d in the manufacture of sulphuric acid by chamber process and contact process.  Manufacture of sulphuric Acid by chamber process.  Manufacture of sulphuric acid by contact process, Flow sheet and reaction of chamber process.  Sulphuric acid industries in India, Properties and grades of sulphuric acid.

UNIT II                                                                                                12hours

Fertilizers: Plant nutrients, fertilizer types, Classification of fertilizers, Nitrogenous fertilizers: ammonium nitrate, ammonium sulphate, calcium ammonium nitrate, urea, nitrogen solutions.

Phosphate fertilizers: phosphoric acid, rock phosphate, super phosphate, SSP, TSP, Diammonium phosphate.  Potassium fertilizers: Potassium chloride, Potassium sulphate, Muriate of potash, NPK fertilizers, fertilizer industries in India.

UNIT – III                                                                                          12hours

Alkali and chlorine: Manufacture of caustic soda: Nelson cell, Hooker cell, Castner – kellner cell, Modern mercury cell, De Nora cell, lime soda process. Caustic soda industries in India.  Manufacture of soda ash by solvays process, dual process.

 UNIT – IV                                                                                                     12hours

Hydrocarbons from petroleum: Saturated hydrocarbons from natural gas, uses of saturated hydrocarbons, Unsaturated hydrocarbons: acetylene, ethylene, propylene, butylenes, Aromatic hydrocarbons: benzene, toluene, xylene,

chemical processing of paraffin hydrocarbons, ethylene hydrocarbons, acetylene hydrocarbons and aromatic hydrocarbons.

UNIT – V                                                                                            12hours

Lubricants: Properties of lubricants, Classification of lubricants, Lubricants of mineral origin, Synthetic lubricants, greases, Solid lubricants, Selection of lubricants, Testing of lubricants: Pour point, viscosity index, flash point, cloud point.

Reference Books:

Industrial Chemistry by B.K.Sharma, Geol. Publishing House

 

 

 

 

 

Paper – VIII-A-1 : Practicals:

 

  1. Orsat analysis of gases.
  2. Determination of softening point of coal tar
  3. Determination of smoke point of kerosene.
  4. Determination of cloud point and pour point of lubricants.
  5. Analysis of single fertilizers.
  6. Analysis of complex fertilizers

Reference Books: 1. A text book of Engineering Chemistry by S.S. Dara, S.Chand & Co.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B.Sc.: INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS   SEMESTER- VI

Paper VIII, CLUSTER ELECTIVE,  Cluster-A, MODEL PAPER

Paper VIII-A-1 : CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

 

Time: 3 hours                                                                          Maximum Marks: 75

PART-A                                            

Answer Any Five Questions                                     5 X 5 =25

  1. Write grades of H2SO4?
  2. What are uses of saturated hydrocarbons?
  3. Explain the preparation of Calcium Ammonium Nitrate?
  4. Write about NPK fertilizers
  5. Explain the industrial preparation of Soda Ash by dual process?
  6. Explain the manufacture of NaoH by Nelson Cell?
  7. Explain the classification of lubricants?
  8. Write the classification of Lubricants?

 

PART -B

Answer All Questions                                               5 X 10 = 50

 

  1. Explain the physico-chemical principles involved in the manufacture of H2SO4 by Chamber process? OR

Explain the physico-chemical principles involved in the manufacture of H2SO4 by Contact Process?

  1. Explain briefly on Nitrogenous Fertilizers? OR

Explain briefly on Potash Fertilizers?

  1. Explain the manufacture of NaOH by Mercury cells? OR

Explain the manufacture of Soda Ash by Solvay’s proces?

  1. Explain the chemical processing of Aromatic Hydrocarbons? OR

Explain the Industrial preparation of Toluene?

  1. Explain the Testing of Lubricants? OR

Explain about lubricants mineral origin and solid lubricants?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS

SEMESTER- VI : CLUSTER ELECTIVE -A

Paper VIII-A-2 : CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

Total hours of teaching 60hrs @ 3hrs per week

 

UNIT – I                                                                                           12h

Protective coating :- Introduction, types of metal coating, coating processes, galvanizing, tinning, metal cladding, electroplating, immersion plating, cementation, metal spraying.

Pigments:- Commercial methods of preparation and uses of some important pigments – white lead, zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, chrome green, ultramarine blue, iron blue, red lead, metallic powders as pigments.

UNIT-II                                                                                            12h

Paints:- Classification, manufacture of paints, emulsion paints, heat resistant paints, varnishes, enamels, solvents and thinners.

Paper and pulp:-  manufacture of various pulps, beating, refining, filling, sizing and colouring, manufacture of paper and calendaring.

UNIT – III                                                                                        12h

SYNTHETIC FIBRES:- Differences between synthetic and natural fibres, properties of synthetic

Fibres, preparation of synthetic fibres – pyroxylin, cuprammon ium rayon, acetate rayon, viscose rayon, nylon-66, terlyne, Teflon.

UNIT – IV                                                                                        12h

Rubber:– Types of rubber, drawbacks of raw rubber, vulcanization of rubber, synthetic rubbers, Buna –s rubber, neoprene rubber, butyl rubber, polyurethane rubber, sponge rubber, foam rubber, rubber cement, thermocole, application of rubber.

UNIT-V                                                                                            12h

Plastics:– Introduction, classification and properties of plastics, condensation  polymerisation, addition polymerisation, cross linked polymerisation, co-polymerisation, raw materials for plastic industries, moulding of plastics, Bakelite, poly ethylene, polystyrene, celluloose nitrate, cellulose acetate, urea formaldehyde resin, PVC.

 

REFERENCE BOOKS: industrial Chemistry (including Chemical Engineering )by B.K.Sharma, Goel Publishing house, Meerut.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster Elective VIII-A-2: Practical:

  1. Analysis of cement.
  2. Analysis of Lime (dolomite)
  3. Analysis of Sodium hydroxide in lye
  4. Analysis % of  H2SO4
  5. Estimation of chemical oxygen demand (COD).

Reference Books: 1. A text book of Engineering Chemistry by S.S. Dara, S.Chand & Co.

 

Text Book : A Text Book on Experiments and Calculation in Engineering Chemistry by S.S.Dara, S. Chand & Company ltd, Ram nagar, New Delhi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS

SEMESTER- VIII : CLUSTER ELECTIVE -A

Paper VIII-A-2 : CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES

 

Time: 3 hours                                                                                                  Maximum Marks: 75

PART  – A

Answer any Five questions                           5 X 5 = 25

  1. Write the failures of paint?
  2. Explain about solvents?
  3. Explain the preparation of sulphate pulp?
  4. Write the properties of synthetic fibres?
  5. Explain the drawbacks of raw rubber?
  6. Write the application of rubbers?
  7. Define Addition and Condensation polymerisations with suitable examples?
  8. What are the raw materials of Plastic Iindustry?

 

PART  – B

Answer All questions                       5 X 10 = 50

 

 

  1. Write short notes on 1. Galvanising 2. Electroplating?                    OR

Explain the commercial preparation White Pigments?

  1. Explain the manufacture of Paints?                                       OR

Explain briefly manufacture of Paper

  1. Write short notes on 1. Pyroxylin Viscose rayon?                          OR

Explain the manufacturing process of Nylon 66?

  1. Briefly explain the manufacture of Buna – S rubber?                        OR

Write short notes on 1. Sponge rubber 2. Foam rubber?

  1. Write briefly on Cross-linked Polymerisation?                                   OR

Write short notes on 1. Polystyrene 2.  Urea formaldehyde?.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS   SEMESTER- VI

CLUSTER ELECTIVE, Paper VIII-A-3

Paper VIII-A-3: INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Total hours of teaching 60hrs @ 3hrs per week

 

UNIT – I                                                                                                                    12h

Flow of fluids:-introduction-nature of fluids-viscosity-flow field-flow of fluid past a solid surface-conservation of mass-conservation of energy-reynolds experiment-friction losses in laminar flow through a circular pipe-Hagen-poisseuille equation- friction losses in turbulent flow –Fanning equation-pressure drop in a flow through porous media-fluidization-cavitation-water hammer-pumping of fluids.

UNIT – II                                                                                         12h

Measuring devises: density and specific gravity-viscosity-pH-pressure-flowmeters-liquid levels.

 

UNIT – III: Mass transfer operation  I                                                     12h

Diffusion transfer operations:-absorption-vapour-liquid equilibrium-relative volatility-distillation-liquid-liquid extraction-extraction schemes-industrial liquid-liquid contactors-selection of liquid-liquid contactors-humidification-dehumidification.

 

UNIT – IV : Mass transfer operations II                                        12h

Drying- industrial dryers-    crystallization-crystallization equipments-adsorption-adsorption equipment.

 

UNIT – V                                                                                         12h

Pollution and its abatement: Air pollution- Land pollution- Water pollution

 

REFERENCE BOOkS: Introduction to Chemical Engineering, by Goshal and Sanyl Datta, McGraw-Hills Company

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIII-A-3: INTRODUCTIION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: PRACTICALS

  1. Specific gravity of liquids
  2. Viscosity of liquids
  3. pH meter
  4. Distillation
  5. Crystallization
  6. Adsorption

Text Book: College Industrial Chemistry Practicals by Patel, Turakhia, Puniyani, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III B. Sc – INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS   SEMESTER- VI

CLUSTER ELECTIVE, Paper VIII-A-3 MODEL PAPER

Paper VIII-A-3: INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

 

Time: 3 hours                                                                                                  Maximum Marks: 75

PART  – A

Answer any Five questions                             5 X 5 = 25

 

  1. Explain Newton ion ad Non-Newton ion fluids?
  2. Discuss about Reynolds/s experiments?
  3. Write about adsorption?
  4. Discuss about green house effect?
  5. Write about pumps?
  6. What is water hammer? Define Viscosity?
  7. Explain about diffusion?
  8. Explain about pyrolysis?

 

PART  – B

Answer All questions                                    5 X 10 = 50

 

  1. Derive Hagen-poiseulle Equation?OR
  2. Derive Fanning Equation?
  3. Explain any two Distillation Equipments? OR
  4. What is meant by Extraction? Explain Any two Equipments?
  5. What is meant by Drying? Explain any drying equipment? OR
  6. Define crystallisation ? Explain any crystalliser?
  7. Write about Rotameters? OR
  8. Write about Orifice meter?
  9. Write about Air Pollution? OR
  10. Write about Sewage Water Treatment?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A.P. State Council of Higher Education

Revised Common Framework of CBCS for Colleges in Andhra Pradesh

w.e.f. 2015-16, Revised in April, 2016

 

Table-7: B.Sc., SEMESTER – I

 

Sno Course Total Marks Mid Sem Exam* Sem End Exam Teaching Hours Credits
1 First Language

(Tel/Hin/Urdu/Sans…)

100 25 75 4 3
2 Second Language

English

100 25 75 4 3
3 Foundation Course – 1

Human Values & Professional Ethics

50 0 50 2 2
4 Foundation course -2

Environmental Studies

50 0 50 2 2
5 DSC-1 Paper-1

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
6 DSC 1  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
7 DSC 2  Paper-1

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
8 DSC 2  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
9 DSC 3  Paper-1

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
10 DSC 3 A Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
Total 750 30 25

#DSC: Domain (Subject) Specific Course (Paper)

Foundation Course: value or skill based

Note: For Science Domain Subjects which had no lab practical component earlier (eg. Mathematics) the following format is applicable. They, however, will have co-curricular activities (eg. Problem solving sessions etc.). The total marks will change accordingly for such combinations. For example for Maths, Physics and Chemistry the total marks will be 700.

DSC (without Lab Practical) 100 25 75 6 5

 

*Mid sem exam at the college (The marks split between Formal Test and Co-curricular activities may be decided by the University concerned). End Sem Exam by the Univ.

*Practical component will not be applicable to those science subjects which had no such component earlier (ex. Mathematics)

**Syllabus size shall be in accordance with the number of teaching hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table-8: B.Sc., SEMESTER – II

 

 

Sno Course Total Marks Mid Sem Exam Sem End Exam Teaching Hours Credits
1 First Language

(Tel/Hin/Urdu/Sans…)

100 25 75 4 3
2 Second Language

English

100 25 75 4 3
3 Foundation course – 3

ICT – I

50 0 50 2 2
4 Foundation course – 4

CSS – I

50 0 50 2 2
5 DSC 1 Paper-2

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
6 DSC 1  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
7 DSC 2  Paper-2

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
8 DSC 2  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
9 DSC 3  Paper-2

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
10 DSC 3  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
Total 750 30 25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.Sc. Table-9: B.Sc., SEMESTER – III

 

SEMESTER – III

Sno Course Total Marks Mid Sem Exam Sem End Exam Teaching Hours Credits
1 First Language

(Tel/Hin/Urdu/Sans…)

100 25 75 4 3
2 Second Language

English

100 25 75 4 3
3 Foundation Course – 5

ICT – II

50 0 50 2 2
4 Foundation course – 6

CSS – II

50 0 50 2 2
5 DSC 1  Paper-3

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
6 DSC 1  Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
7 DSC 2  Paper-3

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
8 DSC 2  Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
9 DSC 3  Paper-3

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
10 DSC 3  Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
Total 750 30 25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table-10: B.Sc., SEMESTER – IV

 

SEMESTER – IV

Sno Course Total Marks Mid Sem Exam* Sem End Exam Teaching Hours** Credits
1 Foundation Course – 7

CSS – 2

50

 

0

 

50

 

2

 

2

 

2 Foundation Course – 8

Analytical Skills

50

 

0 50 2 2
3 Foundation Course – 9

Entrepreneurship

50 0 50 2 2
4 Foundation course – 10

Leadership Education

50 0 50 2 2
5 DSC 1  Paper-4

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
6 DSC 1  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
7 DSC 2  Paper-4

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
8 DSC 2  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
9 DSC 3  Paper-4

(Core)

100 25 75 4 3
10 DSC 3  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
Total 750 30 23

*Analytical Skills: To be taught by Maths/Stat Teachers (may be partly by English Teachers)

Entrepreneurship: To be taught by Commerce Teachers

Leadership Education: To be taught by Telugu Teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table-11: B.Sc., SEMESTER – V

 

 

Sno Course Total Marks Mid Sem Exam Sem End Exam Teaching Hours Credits
1 DSC 1  Paper-5

(Core)

100 25 75 3 3
2 DSC 1  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
3 DSC 2   Paper-5

(Core)

100 25 75 3 3
4 DSC 2  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
5 DSC 3  Paper-5

(Core)

100 25 75 3 3
6 DSC 3  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
7 DSC 1 Paper-6

(Core)

100 25 75 3 3
8 DSC 1 Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
9 DSC 2  Paper -6

(Core)

100 25 75 3 3
10 DSC 2  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
11 DSC 3  Paper-6

(Core)

100 25 75 3 3
12 DSC 3  Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
Total 900 30 30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table-12: B.Sc., SEMESTER – VI

 

Sno Course Total Marks Mid Sem Exam Sem End Exam Teaching Hours Credits
1 Elective 1:

DSC 1, Paper -7

(applied/adv)

100 25 75 3 3
2 Elective-1 Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
3 Elective-1:

DSC 2, Paper -7

(applied/adv)

100 25 75 3 3
4 Elective-2 Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
5 Elective-1:

DSC 3, Paper -7

(applied/adv)

100 25 75 3 3
6 Elective-3 Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
7 Elective -2:

DSC 1, Paper -8

App/Inter-domain/Gen El

100 25 75 3 3
8 Elective-2 Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
9 Elective -2:

DSC 2, Paper -8

App/Inter-domain/Gen El

100 25 75 3 3
10 Elective-2 Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
11 Elective -2:

DSC 3, Paper -8

App/Inter-domain/Gen El

100 25 75 3 3
12 Elective-2 Lab Practical

 

50 0 50 2 2
Total 900 30 30

*7th paper of each of the domain specific subjects (1st paper of semester VI) will be a domain related Elective. More than one Elective may be offered giving choice to students. The Electives may be of Domain specific applied or advanced (specialization) in nature. The number of Electives may be decided (along with the syllabus) by the University concerned keeping the feasibility of conduct of University examinations in view.

** Applied Elective: It is desirable that around 25% of syllabus is taught by field experts. The college has to make such an arrangement.

 

*8th paper of each of the domain specific subjects (2nd paper of semester VI) will also be an Elective. The Electives may be of Inter-domain Clusters**- each Cluster having three papers with or without project work. or General in nature. The number of Clusters may be decided (along with the syllabus) by the University concerned keeping the feasibility of conduct of University examinations in view. It is desirable that around 25% of syllabus is taught by field experts.

**Cluster:: In the last semester, for paper-8, each domain subject has one elective totaling three papers for each student. Electives may be given as Clusters of three papers each for each subject. A student can opt for all the three papers of the same subject (cluster or stream) including or excluding project work for a wider learning experience. The student will not study the other two domain subjects for paper-8.

Total Credits for a B.Sc. Course: 158

 

TIME TABLE- 2018-19

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Time/Period 1 2 3  

 

L  UNCH

 BREAK

4 5 6
Day 10.00 – 11.00 11.00 – 12.00 12.00 – 1.00 2.00 – 3.00 3.00 – 4.00 4.00 – 5.00
MON III D PRACTICALS (VSVS+RVR)  
IID (RVR)          
TUE I D PRACTICALS (VSVS+RVR) III D PRACTICALS (VSVS+RVR)
III D (VSVS)   III D (RVR) I D (VSVS)    
WED    
III D (VSVS)   III D (RVR) IID (RVR)    
THU    
  I D (VSVS)   IID (RVR)    
FRI II D PRACTICALS (VSVS+RVR)  
III D (VSVS)   I D (VSVS)   III D (RVR)  
SAT    
I D (VSVS)   IID (RVR)      

 GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Action Plan

          ACTION PLAN FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19

 

  1. August 2018

We are going to conduct Guest lecture as a Curricular activity

  1. September 2018

We are planning to conduct Quiz on up to September syllabus

  1. September 2018

We are going to conduct World Ozone day as a Co-curricular activity

  1. December 2018

We are planning to conduct Field visit as a Co-curricular activity.

  1. February 2019

We are planning to conduct Field visit as a Co-curricular activity.

  1. March 2019

We are going to conduct Guest lecture as a Curricular activity

 

 

 

 

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY
 

Toppers List of Last Three Years

 

2017-18

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
1 S1500138037 Y. SAI KUMAR III B.Sc Industrial Chemistry 8.85 1ST

 

 

2016-17

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
1 1500138023 S.ESWARA RAO III B.Sc Industrial Chemistry 8.48 1ST

 

 

2015-16

Sno Hall Ticket No Student Name Year & Group Specialization CGPA Place
1 1400138011 K.SOMESWARA RAO III B.Sc Industrial Chemistry 7.92 1ST

 

 

GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY 

RESULT ANALYSIS – B.Sc  FINAL YEAR

S.No. Year No. of      Students        appeared No. of        Students passed Pass            percentage
1 2012-13 23 15 65
2 2013-14 29 27 93
3 2014-15 23 20 87
4 2015-16 16 13 81
5 2016-17 26 26 100
6 2017-18 33 24 72.7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE (MEN), SRIKAKULAM

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY 

RESULT ANALYSIS – B.Sc  FINAL YEAR

S.No. Year No. of      Students        appeared No. of        Students passed Pass            percentage
1 2012-13 23 15 65
2 2013-14 29 27 93
3 2014-15 23 20 87
4 2015-16 16 13 81
5 2016-17 26 26 100
6 2017-18 33 24 72.7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UG Achievements

 

2017-2018

 

Univeristy Toppers

Sno Student Name Group CGPA Rank
1 Y. Sai Kumar MCIc 8.85 1

 

Progression to Higher studies

Sno Student Name Subject Name of the Entrance Test details Hall Ticket No Rank Secured
1. S. VENKATESH CHEMISTRY BRAUCET 011040271 203
2 V.MALLESWARA RAO CHEMISTRY BRAUCET 021040137 400

 

2016-2017

Univeristy Toppers

Sno Student Name Group CGPA Rank
1. S.ESWARA RAO III BSC 8.48 1

 

2015-2016

Univeristy Toppers

Sno Student Name Group CGPA Rank
1. K.SOMESWARA RAO III B.Sc 7.92

 

 

 

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Best  & Innovative Practices

 

2017-2018

(Eg name of the activity,date organised,key note speaker,sponsored by whom)

Along with photos with decription beneath photo

NAME: DONATION OF BOOKS TO THE DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARAY

 

 

 

2016-2017

NAME: Paying FEE to POOR Students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Innovative Practices

2017-2018

(Eg name of the activity,date organised,key note speaker,sponsored by whom)

Along with photos with decription beneath photo

 

2016-2017

 

 

 

2015-2016

 

 

Co-Curricular & Extra Curricular Activities of Students

 

2017-2018

Name of the event ,participation, prizes, competition by students

Along with photos with description beneath photo

 

 

Seminar by  I year students

 

 

 

Seminar by II &III year students

 

2016-2017

 

Seminar by I year students

 

 

Seminar by II & III year students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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