509104 Computer Aided Design
Teaching scheme Examination Scheme
Lecture: - 3h/week Theory: - 100 Marks
ELEMENTS OF COMPUTER SYSTEM
Central Processors, Data storage, Alphanumeric input and output, Graphical 1/0 Basic software,
Operating system, Models of operation, Time sharing, Real time operation, Data and file
Physical properties of compounds, Thermodynamic properties of gases and binary mixtures,
Viscosity, Vapour pressure, Latent heat, Bubble point and drew point calculation, phase
equilidria, Vapour-liquid equilibria, Liquid phase activity coefficients, K-values, Liquid phase
activity coefficients, K-values, Liquid-Liquid equilidria, Gas solutions.
Computer aided design of reactors evaporators adsorption columns. Distillation columns
(specific attention to multi components systems. Heat exchangers.
MASS AND ENERGY BALANCE COMPUTATIONS
Review of linear algebra, Spread sheets and its role in process calculation. Material balance and
energy balance computation using spread sheets, Case studies.
Review on ordinary and partial differential equation, Boundary value problems, Stiff differential
equation system, Dynamic simulation of stirred tanks system with heating Multi component
system, Reactors, Absorption and distillation columns, Application of orthogonal collocation and
weighted residuals techniques in heat and mass transfer systems, Introduction to special software
for steady and dynamic simulation of Chemical engineering systems.
1. James M.Deuglas, “Conceptual design of Chemical Processes", McGraw -Hill Book
Company, New York, 1988.
2. Remirez, W.F. - " Computational methods for Process Simulations ", Butterworths, New
3. Sinnott R.K. " Chemical Engineering, Volume 6 ", Pergamon Press, New York, 1989.
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