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  • B.Tech. (Chem.Tech.) Prospectus No. 11174Polymer (Plastic) Tech.III to VIII Semester

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    SANT GADGE BABA AMRAVATI UNIVERSITY

    (FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY)

    PROSPECTUS

    PRESCRIBED FOR

    FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE

    BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

    (CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)

    POLYMER (PLASTIC) TECHNOLOGY

    III TO VIII SEMESTER

    EXAMINATIONS, 2010-11

    SEMESTER PATTERN

    2010

    Price Rs. 15/-Visit us at sgbau.ac.in

    PUBLISHED BYDineshkumar JoshiRegistrarSant Gadge BabaAmravati University,Amravati. 444 602

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    No part of this prospectus can be reprinted or published withoutspecific permission of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University.

  • SYLLABUS

    PRESCRIBED FOR

    B.TECH. (CHEM.TECH.)

    POLYMER (PLASTIC) TECHNOLOGYSEMESTER PATTERN

    THIRD SEMESTER

    Inpalnt Training & Industrial Visit in the faculty of Engineering &Technology

    1) a) the inplant training shall not be compulsory,

    b) the inplant training shall be taken by students strickly duringSummer vacation. after IVth or VIth Semester examination and /or during Winter vacation after Vth or VIIth Semesterexaminations,

    c) the inplant training shall not be part of examination system,however, student shall prepare and submit report after completionof training to the concerned Head of Department alongwithcertificate issued by the industry,

    d) the inplant training shall be of minimum two weeks duration,

    e) there shall not be any liability whatsoever on the Institution withrespect to implant training of the students,

    f) students shall undertake inplant training on their own risk andcost. An undertaking in this regards signed by student andparents shall be submitted before proceding for training to theconcerned Head of Department/ Head of Institution.

    g) the students shall complete inplant training under the supervisionof concerned person in the industry,

    h) Institutes shall help students to organise inplant training byway of correspondance,

    2) Industrial Visit : Industrial visit may be organised for the students.Students should prepare & submit the report on Industrial visitto the concerned Head of Department/Head of Institution.

    3SCT 1 ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

    SECTION-A

    Unit I : D.C.Circuits

    Basic concept of voltage, current, power of energy theirrelationships, Resistance, resistivity, conductivity and

    temperature coefficient of resistance. Ohm's Law, Kirchoff'sLaws, Superposition theorem, Thevenin's theorem delta/starand star/delta transformation. (12 )

    Unit II : Single Phase AC Circuit-Principle of electromagneticinduction. Self & Mutual inductance, Basic concepts ofalternating quantities. Production of alternating emf, rms andaverage values, form factor and peak factor, wave forms andphasor diagrams, complex representation of a.c. quantities,circuits of resistance, inductance and capacitance, impedanceand admittance triangles, active and reactive power. (10 )

    Unit III Magnetic Circuits and Transformers :

    Flux, flux density mmf, reluctance and intensity of magneticfield, leakage, fringing, series & symmetrical parallel magneticcircuits.

    Basic principle of operation, Construction and emf equationof a single phase transformer. Phasor diagrams, Losses intransformer, regulation and efficiency, factors governingefficiency of a transformer, basic idea of autotransformers.

    (14 )

    SECTION-B

    Unit IV Balanced Three Phase Circuits ;

    Prodcution of three phase e.m.f. star & delta connectionphasor diagrams and waveform, Voltage, Current and powerrelations.

    Measuring instruments :-

    Classification, deflecting, controlling, damping and breakingtorque. Basic principle of operation of ammeters, voltmeters,wattmeters & induction energy meter.

    Unit V : Rotating Machines :

    Basic idea of operation, working, speed control & appilcationsof D.C. machines, 3 phase induction motor. Single phaseinduction motors. D.C.motor starter. Direct on line starter,Star-Delta starter for induction motor. (No-Numericals)

    Unit VI Electric wiring and illumination :

    Types of wires and cables, Designation of wires, Varioussystems of wiring and their comparison, Wiring accessories,Wiring diagrams, Domestic installation Earthing. Testing ofdomestic wiring installation, Safety precautions, Miniature

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  • circuit breaker, Earth leakage circuit breaker, Principle ofoperation, Construction & applications of incandescentlamps, flyorescent lamps, Mercury vapour lamp, Sodiumvapour lamp & Neon lamps.

    Note : More stress to be given on conceptual teaching and objectivequestions.

    PRACTICALS :

    Minimum 10 practicals based on the above syllabus.

    Books Recommended :

    1. Basic Electrical Engineering : V.N.Mittle, TMGH

    2. Electrical Technology : Edward Hughes, ELBS

    3. A Text Book of Basic Electrical Engineering B.H. Deshmukh (Nirali

    Publication) (For Unit No.VI)

    3SCECT2 APPLIED PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY-II

    SECTION-A

    UNIT I: ELECTROCHEMISTRY :

    Conductance, Specific, Equivalent and molecularconductance their determination, independent mobility ofions, Transport number, determination of transport numberby Hittorff's and moving boundary method. Debye-Huckl'stheory of strong electrolytes. Concentration cells with andwithout transference. Standard electrode potential and itsmeasurement, Appilcations of EMF measurements, 1.Determination of solubility and solubility product of salt, 2.Determination of pH, 3. Determination of degree of hydrolysisof salts. 4. Determination of activity and activity co-efficient.5. To study complexes. Electrometric Titrations. Numerical.

    (10)

    UNIT II: (A) RADIATION CHEMISTRY :

    Photochemical Reactions, Laws of Photochemistry, Quantumefficiency & its experimental determination. Deviations in thelaw of photochemical equivalence, High quantum yield andLow quantum yield. Photosensitization, Photochemicalkinetics.

    (B) SPECTROSCOPY :

    Electromagnetic radiation, Characteristics, Electronic

    rotational and vibrational spectra, rotational energy,vibrational energy, derivation of moment of inertia for rigidrotator, wave number, instrumentation invovled in recordingIR and NMR spectra and their applications. (08)

    UNIT III MACROMOLECULES :

    Size and shapes of Macromolecules, natural and SyntheticMacromolecules, Number average and weight averagemolecular weight of macromolecules and their determinationby osmatic pressure, Diffusion, Sedimentation andultracentrifuge, Viscosity and light scattering methods.(08)

    SECTION-B

    UNIT-IV THERMODYNAMICS :

    Flame and explosion temperatures, Bond energies and heatsof reaction, Principle of equipartition of energy, classicaltheory of Heat capacity, Quantum statistical theory of heatcapacity, the partition function, Translational, rotational andvibrational partition function, Heat capacity of solids, theEinstein heat capacity equation, the Deybe's heat capacityequation. The third law of thermodynamics, statisticaltreatment of entropy, entropy and probability, the Sackur-Tetrode equation, the free energy function and its usefulness,The Joule Thomson effect. (10)

    UNIT-V : CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM & KINETICS OF REACTION :

    Characteristics of chemical quilibrium, Law of mass action,Equilibrium constants & their relationship, Derivation of Lawof mass action from Chemical potential, Van't-Haff's reactionisotherm, isochor and isobar. Rate law, order of reaction,kinetics of first, second and third order reaction, Absolutereaction rate of Transition State Theory, Numericals. (10)

    UNIT-VI (A) SURFACE CHEMISTRY :

    Adsorption at surfaces, Physisorption and Chemisorption,Adsorption isoterms, Langmuir isotherm, BET isotherm,limitations of Langmuir isotherm. Determination of surfacearea by BET method, integral heat of adsorption andDifferential heat of adsorption.

    (B) CATALYST SCIENCE :

    Catalyst, Characteristics of catalyst, Catalysis, Type ofcatalysis, Theory of heterogeneous catalysis, CatalyticActivator, Catalytic poisons, Autocatalysis. (10)

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  • BOOKS RECOMMENDED :

    1. Physical Chemistry by G.M.Barow .2. Chemical Reaction Engineering by O.Levenspiel, Wiley Eastern

    Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi.3. Introduction of Electrochemistry by S.Glasstone.4. Thermodynamics for Chemists by S.Glasstone.5. Fundamentals of molecular spectroscopy, By - Banwal. Tata

    McGraw Hills.

    Practicals : Applied Physical Chemistry

    1) Determination of equivalence point of titration by conductancemeasurement.

    2) Determination of cell constant, equivalent conductance of strongelectrolyte at several dilutions.

    3) Determination of neutralisation point of titration between strongacid and strong base.

    4) Determination of transpart number of cations and anions by Hittarf'smethod or by EMF measurement.

    5) Determination of dissociation constant of weak acid such as oxalicacid by PH-metry titration with strong base.

    6) Estimation of Bismuth, Lead, and calcium in solution with EDTA byelectrometric titration.

    7) To investigate the adsorption of oxalic acid or Acetic acid fromaquieous solution by activated charcoal and examine the validity offreundlich and Longmuir isotherms.

    8) Determination of distribution coefficient of succinic acid betweenether and water.

    9) Determination of Integral heat of solution of salt using Dewar's flaskas calarimeter.

    10) Kinetic study of first orders reaction, hydralysis of methyl acetate orinversion of cane sugar.

    11) Kinetic study of saponification of ester by alkali for equimolarconcentration.

    12) Determination of m