Industrial chemistry is the index of industrial development everywhere in the world. The frontiers of chemistry are very large, ranging from one extreme of natural products to those synthesized by man. The enormous strides made by man in the understanding, exploitation of nature and synthesis of new products all have their roots in chemistry and chemical technology. For economic sustenance and technological breakthrough, this course is designed to go deeper into the concept of industrial chemical technology. 


At the end of this course, the Students should be able to:

1.       define heat and mass transfer

2.       use approximate design of multi-component distillation column;

3.       recognise the concepts of mixing and agitation, liquid-liquid, solid-liquid and gas-liquid systems;

4.       distinguish the types of control systems, primary and final elements;

5.       list the types of controls; and

6.       use of effectiveness number of transfer units applied to heat exchangers.