BT8019 - PROCESS EQUIPMENTS AND PLANT DESIGN (Syllabus) 2017-regulation Anna University

BT8019 - PROCESS EQUIPMENTS AND PLANT DESIGN (Syllabus) 2017-regulation Anna University

BT8019

PROCESS EQUIPMENTS AND PLANT DESIGN

 LPTC

3003

OBJECTIVES:
• To develop key concepts and techniques to design, process equipment in a process plant.
• To train the students to utilize these key concepts to make design and operating decisions.

UNIT I

HEAT EXCHANGERS, CONDENSERS, EVAPORATORS

9

Single and multi process exchangers, double pipe, U tube heat exchangers, combustion details supporting structure. Single and vertical tube evaporation, Single and multi effect evaporators, forced circulation evaporators.

UNIT II

STORAGE VESSEL FOR VOLATILE AND NON VOLATILE FLUIDS, PRESSURE VESSEL STRUCTURE

9

Design of the following equipments as per ASME, ISI codes, drawing according to scale; monoblock and multiplayer vessels, combustion details and supporting structure.


UNIT III

EXTRACTOR, DISTILLATION AND ABSORPTION TOWER

9

Construction details and assembly drawing; Plate and Packed Extraction Towers; Plate and Packed absorption Towers; Plate and Packed Distillation Towers.

UNIT IV

PUMPS, MECHANICAL SEALS, VALVES AND SWITCHES

9

Various types of pumps, Principle of working, construction, usages, advantages and disadvantages; Various types of seals, effectiveness, usages; Pneumatic Seals; Gate, Globe and Butterfly Valves, their material of construction; Pneumatically Controlled Valves.

UNIT V

PIPING, PLANT LAY OUT AND DESIGN

9

Various types of Piping, material of construction, their usage; Pipe lay out; Modern Plant Design and case Studies.

TOTAL : 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: Upon success completion of this course, the students
• Will understand the working principles of heat exchanger, condensers and evaporators and develop a data sheet
• Will acquire basic knowledge to draw and design of storage vessel and pressure vessel as per ASME and ISI codes
• Will understand the construction and assembly drawing of extraction towers, distillation towers and absorption towers
• Would have learned working principles, constructions, usage of various pump, seals, valves and pipes

REFERENCES
1. Brownbell I.E., Young E.H.. “Chemical Plant Design” 1985.
2. Kern D.Q. “Heat Transfer”. McGraw Hill, 1985.
3. McCabe, W.L., J.C. Smith and P. Harriott “Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering”, VIth Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2001

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