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WELCOME TO DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Degree course offered

B.E. (Chemical)

Course Duration

4 years

Approved by

AICTE, New Delhi

Affiliated to

University of Pune

Year of Establishnment

2012

Intake

60

Chemical Engineering is the branch of engineering that applies the physical sciences (e.g., chemistry and physics) and /or life sciences (e.g., biology, microbiology and biogeochemistry) together with mathematics and economics to processes that convert raw materials or chemicals into more useful or valuable forms. The main task of 'Chemical Engineers' is to develop economic ways of using materials and energy. A chemical engineer applies the skills of chemistry and engineering to fundamental problems in not just chemical, petrochemical, biochemical and materials processing industries, but also, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and drug delivery systems, semiconductor manufacturing, nanoscale technology, renewable energy, environmental control and many many more.

Today, the field of chemical engineering is a diverse one, covering areas from biotechnology and nanotechnology to mineral processing. A chemical engineer may be involved in industry or university research where they are tasked in designing and performing experiments to create new and better ways of production, controlling pollution, conserving resources and making these processes safer. They may be involved in designing and constructing plants as a project engineer. In this field, the chemical engineer uses their knowledge in selecting plant equipment and the optimum method of production to minimize costs and increase profitability. After its construction, they may help in upgrading its equipment. They may also be involved in its daily operations.


Vision

To impart quality education to produce Competent Chemical Engineers.

Mission

1. To create an effective atmosphere for academic excellence.

2. Impart quality education in basic and applied areas of Chemical Engineering.

3. Enable students to explore knowledge through creative learning by industry institute collaboration.

4. Inculcate values of leadership, teamwork and ethics.


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PO'S

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals for the solution of complex problems in mechanical engineering

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex mechanical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO03: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs of mechanical engineering with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusion for mechanical engineering problems.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations

PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with t h e society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of t h e engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological changes.

PEO


PEO'S

1.Graduates will design, analyses and develop engineering solutions that meet the needs of various industries.

2.Graduates will continue their education in engineering an interdisciplinary areas to emerge as experts, educators, entrepreneurs and researchers in their chosen fields.

3.Graduates will work effectively as a part of teams on multidisciplinary projects.

4.Graduates will exhibit strong leadership, inter-personal and communication skills with concern for society and environment.


PSO


PSO's

  • Graduates will be able to apply basics of science and chemical engineering for a successful career in chemical and allied engineering fields.
  • Graduates will be able to effectively contribute to the multidisciplinary teams to undertake social, technical and engineering challenges.
  • Graduates will be able to implement modern engineering tools for sustainable developments with integrity and ethical values.

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Department of Chemical Engineering

SE Sem-I 2018-19

Subject:

Engineering Mathematics -III

Subject Code:

207004

CO1

Solve higher order linear differential equations and apply to modelling and analyzing chemical transformation, heat and mass transfer systems.

CO2

Apply Fourier Transform techniques to solve boundary value problems arising in science and engineering e.g. Conduction of Heat, wave Propagation.

CO3

Apply Laplace Transform techniques to solve differential and integral equations involved in chemical engineering related applications.

CO4

Calculate the basic concepts in vector algebra, the gradient of scalar valued functions and curl, divergence of vector valued functions and explain their physical meaning in terms of fluid flow.

CO5

Evaluate integrals of vector field functions over curves, surfaces and domains in two- and three-dimensional space

CO6

Solve various partial differential equations such as wave equation, one and two dimensional heat flow equations.

Subject:

Chemistry-I

Subject Code:

209341

CO1

Able to differentiate reactivity of different compounds & will prepare different compounds involving suitable mechanism.

CO2

Able to apply different methods of instrumental method of chemical analysis

CO3

Able to prepare different types of solutions & measure the rates of reactions

CO4

Able to prepare different heterocyclic compounds by well known reaction mechanism

Subject:

Fluid Mechcanics

Subject Code:

 

209342

CO1

Able to demonstrate basic concepts of fluid mechanics and their applications in Chemical Engineering

CO2

Able to describe fluid statics and its applications related to pressure measuring devices in chemical industry

CO3

Able to analyze basic equations of fluid flow and their applications to determine fluid flow rate by different devices

CO4

Able to formulate the mathematical equations for flow and their applications to determine the fluid flow rate by different devices

CO5

Able to develop relationships among process or system variables using dimensional analysis

CO6

Able to demonstrate applications of different valves and pumps for transportation of fluid through pipelines

Subject:

Engineering Materials

Subject Code:

209343

CO1

Able to determine the mechanical properties of materials.

CO2

Able to select the material for given application.

CO3

Able to differentiate types of materials with their alloys.

CO4

Able to tell different types & applications of different engineering materials

Subject:

Process Calculation

Subject Code:

209344

CO1

Able to calculate the composition of the materials

CO2

Able to apply the various laws governing solid, liquid and gas phases

CO3

Able to relate material balance for various unit operations or processes in chemical engineering

CO4

Able to estimate the energy requirement for various unit operations or processes in chemical engineering

Subject:

Introduction to Chemical Engineering

Subject Code:

209345

CO1

Able to illustrate the scope of chemical engineering

CO2

Able to demonstrate the basic concept of chemical processes

CO3

Able to identify the unit operations.

CO4

Able to demonstrate basic concepts, process instrumentation and safety in chemical industry

Subject:

Soft Skills

Subject Code:

209346

CO1

Able to communicate, interact and present his ideas to the other professionals.

CO2

Able to demonstrate the importance, role and contents of soft skills through instructions, knowledge acquisition, demonstration and practice.

CO3

Able to develop self-motivation, raised aspirations and belief in one’s own abilities, defining and committing to achieving one’s goals.

CO4

Able to assess the requirements of a task, identifying the strengths within the team, utilizing the diverse skills of the group to achieve the set objective.

TE SEM-I 2018-19

Subject:

Chemical Engineering Mathematics

Subject Code:

309341

CO1

Able to evaluate an error analysis for various numerical methods and evaluate appropriate numerical methods to solve linear algebraic equation and transcendental equations.

CO2

Able to apply regression analysis and interpolation and to evaluate the statistical data analysis and numerical integration.

CO3

Able to evaluate different numerical methods to solve ordinary differential equation, finite difference methods and appropriate numerical methods to calculate a definite integral and to evaluate a derivative at a value.

CO4

Able to apply the basic concept of optimization and formulation with the application of optimization based on various methods.

Subject:

Mass Transfer-I

Subject Code:

309342

CO1

Able to define diffusion and types of mass transfer.

CO2

Able to demonstrate various mass transfer processes.

CO3

Able to compute HTU, NTU.

CO4

Able to identify proper equipment for mass transfer operation.

CO5

Able to design dryer.

Subject:

Industrial Organization and Management

Subject Code:

309343

CO1

Able to interpret the concepts of management and organizational structure

CO2

Ability to determine the human resource requirements for chemical industry

CO3

Ability to compute the purchase and storage requirements for the chemical process industry

CO4

Able to demonstrate the economic and operations management concepts useful in export and import management.

Subject:

Chemical Process Technology

Subject Code:

309344

CO1

Able to identify symbolic representation and application of unit operations used in chemical industry

CO2

Able to demonstrate manufacturing process of various inorganic and organic compounds.

CO3

Able to analyse and solve major engineering problems in process during production with material and energy balance

CO4

Able to work on trouble shooting during production with recycle operation

Subject:

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-II

Subject Code:

309345

CO1

Able to describe the laws of thermodynamics and thermodynamic relations

CO2

Able to demonstrate the applications of thermodynamics in chemical processes

CO3

Able to associate solution thermodynamics and phase equilibrium and to generate VLE data

CO4

Able to compute the consistency of experimental VLE data; to calculate bubble and dew points

CO5

Able to evaluate equilibrium conversion for homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions

Subject:

Computer Aided Chemical Engineering (CACHE) I

Subject Code:

309346

CO1

Able to explain, employ and apply mathematical concepts and constructs eigen values, eigen vectors, real roots and data fitting using chemical software

CO2

Able to apply basic programming concepts for programming for numerical integration methods by using any chemical software

CO3

Able to explain, employ and apply mathematical concepts and constructs regression analysis.

CO4

Able to apply basic programming concepts for programming for fuzzy logic applications and application of support vector machines

BE SEM-I 2018-19

Subject:

Process Dynamics and Control

Subject Code:

409341

CO1

Able to demonstrate the importance of process control in process operation and the role of process control engineers.

CO2

Able to identify the instrumentation needed to implement process control.

CO3

Able to formulate mathematical models of chemical processes that are used for designing controllers.

CO4

Able to design and tune feedback controllers on real systems as well as simulated systems.

CO5

Able to judge the stability and performance of feedback loops using laplace and frequency domain techniques.

Subject:

Chemical Reaction Engineering II

Subject Code:

409342

CO1

Able to develop rate equation for heterogeneous reactions (both catalytic and non-catalytic)

CO2

Able to design reactor for heterogeneous reactions

CO3

Able to develop the catalyst, mechanism and their poisoning

CO4

Able to differentiate among the physical properties of catalyst like surface area, void volume etc.

CO5

Able to demonstrate different experimental methods for finding rate of solid catalyzed reactions.

Subject:

Chemical Engineering Design II

Subject Code:

409343

CO1

Able to design binary system for distillation column

CO2

Able to estimate packed bed height

CO3

Able to estimate pressure drop in Newtonian and Non –Newtonian for fluid

CO4

Able to design Seamless, ERW pipes, pipe fittings, flanges, and fasteners.

CO5

Able to design utility for plant water, steam, vapours.

CO6

Able to learn about HAZOP and maintenance of plant.

Subject:

Computer Aided Chemical Engineering (CACHE) II

Subject Code:

409347

CO1

Able to develop a computer program for plotting P-x-y and T-x-y diagram.

CO2

Able to formulate simulation using simple and rigorous methods

CO3

Able to develop a computer program for design of reactor.

CO4

Able to develop a computer program for design of heat exchangers.

Subject:

Petroleum Refining (Elective 1)

Subject Code:

409344(4)

CO1

Able to demonstrate the petroleum refinery worldwide.

CO2

Able to develop knowledge of different refining processes

CO3

Able to illustrate the suitable refining technology for maximizing the gasoline yield

CO4

Able to develop knowledge of safety and pollution control in the refining industries

Subject:

Chemical Process Synthesis (Elective 2)

Subject Code:

409345(1)

CO1

Able to apply concept of development of a new chemical process and effective industrial utilization of reactors and separators.

CO2

Able to apply different distillation sequencing in the chemical process plants.

CO3

Able to apply different heat exchange networking and utilities in the chemical process plants.

CO4

Able to demonstrate insight about different considerations of health and safety parameters and able to do hazard analysis

Subject:

Piping Design & Engineering

Subject Code:

409345(3)

CO1

An ability to identify Types of Fluid and Type of Flow.

CO2

Able to Suggest Material for Piping, Gasket

CO3

Able to Calculate Pipe Sizing. And Critical Thickness of Insulation

CO4

Should able to Select Types of Vale

CO5

Should able to Draw P & I Diagrams, Process flow diagrams

SE sem-II 2017-18

Subject:

Chemistry-II

Subject Code:

209347

CO1

Able to identify different molecules and their structures, reactivity & properties.

CO2

Able to analyze & classify transition metals and coordination compounds

CO3

Able to demonstrate knowledge of adsorption and catalysis

CO4

Able to demonstrate knowledge of Analytical & Industrial chemistry

Subject:

Heat Transfer

Subject Code:

209348

CO1

Able to demonstrate the basic concepts of conduction, radiation and convection heat transfer

CO2

Able to analyze experiments to interpret data

CO3

Able to demonstrate the concept of conservation of energy and its application to problems involving conduction, radiation and/or convection heat transfer

CO4

Able to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems

Subject:

Principal of Design

Subject Code:

209349

CO1

Able to formulate and analyze stresses and strains in machine elements and structures subjected to various loads.

CO2

Able to apply multidimensional static failure criteria in the analysis and design of mechanical components

CO3

Able to analyze and design power transmission shafts carrying various elements with geometrical features.

CO4

Able to analyze and design structural joints like riveted and welded joints.

CO5

Able to design internal pressure vessels and external pressure vessels.

Subject:

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-I

Subject Code:

209350

CO1

Able to apply the basic thermodynamics terminology and scope, thermodynamics laws and their applicability and limitations.

CO2

Able to evaluate an appropriate equation of state for representing the P-V-T behaviour of gases and/or liquids and the concept of sensible heat effects

CO3

Able to apply the second law of thermodynamics, various thermodynamics cycles and to identify thermodynamics properties of Fluids, types of thermodynamic diagram and availability.

CO4

Able to apply the working principle and performance of refrigerators and heat pumps

Subject:

Mechanical Operations

Subject Code:

209351

CO1

Able to identify suitable type of screening and size reduction equipment for different particle sizes

CO2

Able to identify suitable type of thickeners and clarifiers for separation of suspended solid particles from liquid for example applications in Wastewater treatment plants

CO3

Able to apply fluidization and beneficiation techniques in Chemical Industries.

CO4

Able to identify a suitable type of agitator for mixing and agitation and to estimate power consumption in mixing and agitation.

CO5

Able to identify a suitable type of filter for filtration of slurry or a suspension.

CO6

Able to identify a suitable type of conveyor for transportation of different types of materials.

TE SEM-II 2017-18

Subject:

Chemical Reaction Engineering-I

Subject Code:

309348

CO1

Able to develop rate laws for homogenous reactions

CO2

Able to design an ideal reactors for single and complex reaction

CO3

Able to develop skills choose the right reactor

CO4

Able to compute residence time distribution to find the deviation from ideal behavior.

Subject:

Transport Phenomena

Subject Code:

309349

CO1

Able to apply shell balance for conservation of momentum, apply Newton’s law of viscosity in balance and obtain velocity distribution in laminar flow.

CO2

Able to apply shell balance for conservation of energy, apply Fourier’s law of heat conduction in balance and obtain temperature distribution in solids and in laminar flow.

CO3

Able to apply shell balance for conservation of mass, apply Flick’s law of diffusion in balance and obtain concentration distribution in solids and in laminar flow.

CO4

Able to modify and solve the appropriate equation of change to obtain desired profiles for velocity, temperature and concentration.

CO5

Able to modify and solve the appropriate macroscopic balance of conservation of momentum, energy and mass

CO6

Able to identify and apply analogies among momentum, heat and mass transfer

Subject:

Chemical Engineering Design I

Subject Code:

309350

CO1

Able to design Tall vertical vessel.

CO2

Able to design evaporator

CO3

Able to design double pipe heat exchanger

CO4

Able to design reboilers

Subject:

Mass Transfer II

Subject Code:

309351

CO1

Able to demonstrate fundamentals of some major mass transfer operations.

CO2

Able to develop the design processes.

CO3

Able to apply design principles for mass transfer devices.

CO4

Able to discriminate between various mass transfer systems.

CO5

Able to construct foundation for process intensification.

Subject:

Process Instrumentation and Control

Subject Code:

309352

CO1

Able to recognize the knowledge of field instrumentations

CO2

Able to demonstrate dynamic modeling and system behavior study

CO3

Able to design of controllers

CO4

Able to apply control systems in processes

BE SEM-II 2017-18

Subject:

Process Modelling and Simulation

Subject Code:

409349

CO1

Able to demonstrate the important physical phenomena from the problem statement.

CO2

Able to develop model equations for the given system

CO3

Able to demonstrate the model solving ability for various processes/unit operations.

CO4

Able to demonstrate the ability to use a process simulation

Subject:

Process Engineering Costing and Plant Design

Subject Code:

409350

CO1

Able to demonstrate the concepts of process design and project management

CO2

Able to formulate feasible and optimum flow-sheet

CO3

Able to compute the capital investment, total product costs, and profitability

CO4

Able to design equipments based on economics and process considerations

CO5

Able to understand optimization of processes equipment’s and scheduling methods.

Subject:

Chemical Process Safety (Elective III)

Subject Code:

409351 (2)

CO1

Able to analyze importance of safety as compare to production

CO2

Able to demonstrate various rules and regulation

CO3

Able to demonstrate safety codes used in chemical industries

CO4

Able to analyze data related to chemical and physical hazards

CO5

Able to determine various precautions taken by chemical industries

Subject:

Petrochemical Engineering (Elective IV)

Subject Code:

409352 (4)

CO1

Able to recall the history of petrochemical Industry, its feed stock and Indian scenario

CO2

Able to explain different production and separation processes for lighter olefins and aromatics

CO3

Able to describe different production methods for second generation petrochemicals

CO4

Able to demonstrate various processes and norms of a petrochemical Industry


MOU


Department of Chemical Engineering

  •  List of MOUs
  1. Rastriya Chemical and Fertilizer Chembur, Trombay
  2. Rastriya Chemical and Fertilizer, Thal, Alibag
  3. Chemsys Process Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Pune
  4. Unico Agro Chemicals and Fertilizer (UACF), Sangli
  5. Ajinkyatara Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd., Shendre, Maharashtra
  6. Engineering Cluster, Pune
  7. SCS Renewable Energy Private Limited, Baramati
  8. Pune Hygienic Food Products, Pune
  9. MKW Bio-Systems, Pune

Our Distinguished Alumni


Our distinguished Alumni:

Name: Pratik Niranjan Lokhande
Department:Chemical Engineering
Year of Passing: 2016
Designation: Research Fellow
Organisation: University of Bristol
Contact No.: 8928005212
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Name: Sahil Vidyasagar Sheti
Department:Chemical Engineering
Year of Passing: 2016
Designation: Research Fellow
Organisation: Chalmers Universaity of Technology
Contact No.: 9769759741
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Name: Prabhudesai Vallabh Sudhir
Department:Chemical Engineering
Year of Passing: 2017
Designation: Research Fellow
Organisation: BITS Pillani Goa Campus
Contact No.: 7276155759
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Name: Ms.Smital Kallurkar
Department:Chemical Engineering
Year of Passing: 2017
Designation: Research Fellow
Organisation: Manchester University, UK
Contact No.: NA
Email: NA

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Department:Chemical Department
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Department:Chemical Department
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