Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

  • About Course
  • Vision & Mission
  • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • Programme Outcomes (POs)
  • Course Outcomes
  • Faculty
  • Laboratories
  • Achievements
  • Events
  • Research
  • Syllabus
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About Course

Chemical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with the application of physical science (e.g. chemistry and physics), and life sciences (e.g. biology, microbiology and biochemistry) with mathematics, to the process of converting raw materials or chemicals into more useful or valuable forms. In addition to producing useful materials, modern chemical engineering is also concerned with pioneering valuable new materials and techniques - such as nanotechnology, fuel cells and biomedical engineering. Chemical engineering largely involves the design, improvement and maintenance of processes involving chemical or biological transformations for large-scale manufacture. Chemical engineers ensure the processes are operated safely, sustainable and economically. Chemical engineers in this branch are usually employed under the title of process engineer. A related term with a wider definition is chemical technology. A person employed in this field is called a chemical engineer.

Course Offered: UG- B.Tech (Chemical Engineering)

Job prospects of the courses- Chemical Engineers research, design and develop chemical processes and equipment, oversee the operation and maintenance of industrial chemical, plastics, pharmaceutical, resource ,pulp and food processing plants and perform duties related to chemical quality control, environmental protection and biochemical engineering.

Vision

To be an outstanding department in the country that imparts high quality education and a strong research programme to provide world competitive chemical engineering graduates

Mission

  1. To provide State-of-art technical education in the undergraduate levels.
  2. To groom students with the leadership skills, professional ethics, transparency and accountability along with the technical knowledge.
  3. To foster professional development of students from all socio economic level to convert them into socially responsible and globally competent professionals.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To produce graduates who pursue careers as practicing chemical engineers in the field of chemical and allied industries.
  2. To produce graduates who demonstrate an ability to design systems, components or processes within realistic constraint such as economic, social, ethical, environmental, health and safety.
  3. To produce graduates who pursue advanced studies in chemical engineering and other professional fields.
  4. To produce graduates who are capable to communicating effectively in a bilingual setting and to function in multi-disciplinary teams.
  5. To produce graduates who assume professional leadership role.
  6. To produce graduates who demonstrate a commitment to life-long learning.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals.
  2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in chemical engineering.
  4. An ability to work as a member of multidisciplinary teams and have an understanding of team leadership.
  5. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves chemical engineering problems.
  6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  7. An ability to communicate effectively in written, oral and graphical forms.
  8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  9. A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
  10. A knowledge of contemporary issues.
  11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  12. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

Course Outcomes

SECOND YEAR

Environment Pollution Monitoring Control (RCH-301)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the nature, origin and impact of the global environmental problems caused by human activities;
  2. Understand the generation, characteristics and impact on the environment of air, noise, water, solid waste and nuclear pollution;
  3. Understand the updated engineering technologies to monitor and control air, noise, water, solid waste and nuclear pollution;
  4. Understand the roles of different sectors of our community including government, industry and engineers in the development and implementation of environmental management policies and strategies;
  5. Understand the fundamental concept of environmental management and its relationship with sustainable development of our community.

Mechanical Operation (RCH-302)

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

  1. It makes student able to select suitable size reduction equipment, solid-solid separation method and conveying system.
  2. It makes them able to solve the size analysis problems.
  3. It’s one of the main outcome is the understanding of fluid particle system and equipment.
  4. It helps in identifying the various separation processes available and their analysis.
  5. It outlines the concept of Unit Operation.

Material & Energy Balance (RCH-303)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Apply steady-state and unsteady state material and energy balance on a system.
  2. Analyze all the stiochiometric and balances being applied on a system undergoing chemical process.
  3. Apply Raoult’s Law to solve VLE problems including bubble point, dew point and flash calculations.
  4. Design equipment with inlet and outlet; including recycle- bypass streams for a chemical process.

Chemical Fluid Mechanics (RCH 304)

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

  1. Find the velocity of the flowing fluid in a pipe line.
  2. Analyse the model and prototype.
  3. Explain the factors influencing velocity profiles for laminar and turbulent flow.
  4. Design the pumps and compressors for optimum operation.

Material Science (ROE-047)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. explain the differences in properties of different materials, including metals, alloys, ceramics, polymers, composites and advanced materials
  2. explain the relations between microstructure and properties of materials using some fundamental knowledge of materials science;
  3. apply knowledge of materials science to analyse and solve basic engineering problems related to stress, strain and fracture of materials;
  4. apply knowledge of the scientific and engineering principles underlying the structure, processing, properties, and in-service performance of engineering materials in solving materials selection problems.

Mass Transfer-I (RCH-401)

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

  1. It makes a student able to outline the various mass transfer operations.
  2. It makes them able to calculate the number of trays required in absorption column.
  3. It makes them able to solve the drying problems and can calculate the critical moisture content.
  4. It makes them able to solve the material balance problems of crystallizer.

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-II (RCH-402)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic laws of Thermodynamics with their applications.
  2. Utilize the information about Available and unavailable energy with thermodynamic relations.
  3. Gain the knowledge and basic idea about different partial property relation in solution thermodynamics.
  4. Learn the knowledge regarding multi- reaction Stiochiometric and equilibrium problems related to chemical reaction.

Heat Transfer (RCH-405)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Understand and solve conduction, convection and radiation problems.
  2. Design and analyze the performance of heat exchangers and evaporators.
  3. Design and analyze reactor heating and cooling systems.

Process Instrumentation REC-408

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Select a suitable measuring instrument for a given application.
  2. Analyze the response of any instrument.
  3. Correct deviations in measurements due to the influence of the instrument and due to the accuracy of the instrument.
  4. Troubleshoot the operation of an instrument.
  5. Design, formulate and then analyze the working of any instrumentation using mathematical model.

THIRD YEAR

Chemical Reaction Engineering-I (RCH-501)

After completion of this course students will able to

  1. Know the mechanism of reaction, rate of reaction, molecularity and order of reaction.
  2. Interpret variable volume batch for zero, first and second order reaction, performance equation of Batch, Continuous and Plug flow reactors.
  3. Optimize Reactor size for batch, Plug/Mixed flow reactor in series and parallel.
  4. Design the reactors for multiple, parallel and series reaction.
  5. Understand the behaviour in Non-ideal flow, Residence Time Distribution of fluid in vessel.

Mass Transfer-II (RCH-502)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Design distillation column.
  2. Understand separation by adsorption and its design.
  3. Understand separation by liquid -liquid Extraction and its design.
  4. Understand separation by leaching and its design.

Chemical Technology I – (RCH 503)

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

  1. Understand the process flow diagram and process instrumentation diagrams.
  2. Understand the different chemical manufacturing processes.
  3. Understand the various engineering problems encountered by different industries.
  4. They will be able to recognize the importance of effluent treatment plants in the industry.

Chemical Reaction Engineering-II (NCH-601)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Analyze the flow studies for any reactor, to predict the deviation from ideal reactors
  2. Evaluate the kinetics of biochemical and polymerization reactors.
  3. Analyze the best kinetic regimes for mass transfer and heterogeneous reaction.
  4. Predict the rate equation and the rate controlling step for the fluid - particle reactions.
  5. Classify catalysts and predict physical properties of catalyst, surface area, void volume

Chemical Technology II - (NCH 602)

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

  1. Understand the process flow diagram and process instrumentation diagrams.
  2. Understand the different chemical manufacturing processes.
  3. Understand the various engineering problems encountered by different industries.
  4. They will be able to recognize the importance of effluent treatment plants in the industry.

Process Dynamics and Control (NCH-603)

On completion of this course students will able to

  1. Dynamic modeling of chemical process (first and second order), linear, non-linear etc.
  2. Get acquainted with the controllers, can classify controllers and control strategy.
  3. Understand closed loop-feedback control, servo-regulatory problems, offset etc.
  4. Ensure stability analysis with the help of frequency response analysis, Bode plot, Nyquist Plot, Routh-Hurwitz stability criteria.
  5. Congregate data from literature, Handbook, Manuals and carryout process modeling of controllers aided by relevant industrial software.
  6. Get exposure to cascade, feed-forward controllers and analysis of control system.

FOURTH YEAR

Process Equipment Design (NCH-701)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Select proper material for the process equipments.
  2. Design pressure vessels under internal and external pressure and various parts satisfying code recommendations.
  3. Design tall vertical column subjected to various loads.
  4. Design supports of the vessels.
  5. Design distillation column, heat exchanger, absorber, reactor and other equipment as per standards and codes.

Energy Technology (NCH-702)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the different sources of energy and their utilization;
  2. Understand the benefits of sustainable use of energy;
  3. Understand the updated engineering technologies to produce useful energy;
  4. Understand the roles of different sectors of our community including government, industry and engineers in the development and implementation of sustainable energy technologies;
  5. Understand the fundamental concept of renewable energy and its relationship with sustainable development of our community

Industrial Safety & Hazard Management (NCH-018)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Analyze the effects of toxic material release.
  2. Understand the industrial laws, regulations and source models.
  3. Apply the methods of fire prevention and explosions.
  4. Understand the working of relief valve and its sizing methods.

Industrial Pollution Abatement & Waste Management (NCH-023)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Understand the different types of wastes generated in an industry, their effects on living and non-living things.
  2. Understand environment regulations and standards and climate change.
  3. Understand about the quantification and analysis of waste water treatment.
  4. Understand the different unit operations and unit processes involved in conversion of highly polluted water to portable standards.

Entrepreneurship Development (NOE-071)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Understand the development of entrepreneurship as a field of study as a profession.
  2. Understand the creative process of opportunity identification and screening.
  3. Understand the importance of innovation in the creation of sustainable competitive development.
  4. Use 0business models, pro-forma statements and cash flow projections to understand venture processes.
  5. Understand the various laws concerning entrepreneurship.

Process Utility & Safety in Chemical Plants NCH-801

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Know about different utilities of chemical process plant.
  2. Know about steam utilization.
  3. Understand about the quantification and analysis of waste water treatment.
  4. Understand the different unit operations and unit processes involved in conversion of highly polluted water to portable standards.

Plant Design & Project Engineering (NCH-802)

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Develop and select suitable process.
  2. Draw process flow sheet.
  3. Design individual equipment optimally.
  4. Make economic analysis of plant and equipment.
  5. Prepare techno-economic report of the design.

Non Conventional Energy Resources - (NOE 081)

On completion of this course, the students will be able to

  1. Possess the knowledge of global energy resources.
  2. Can unravel the complications energy resources, their classification and understanding.
  3. Using the renewable technologies like solar, biomass, wind, hydrogen etc. to produce energy.
  4. Involve in optimizing and selecting an alternate source of energy.

Advance Separation Technique NCH-033

After successful completion of the course the students will be able to:

  1. Understand characterization of separation process.
  2. Differentiate flows in ideal cascade, squared off cascade and energy requirement of separation process.
  3. Ensure characterization of membrane, reverse osmosis, concentration polarization.
  4. Know dialysis, ultra-filtration, Electro-dialysis.

Faculty

faculty
Name Girish Tyagi
Designation Head & Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Honors) UPTU
Doctorate Ph.D. PURSUING
Teaching experience 14 Years
Industrial experience 4 Years
Email id girish.tyagi@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Environmental common modeling
and optimization

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faculty
Name Dr. Neha Sharma
Designation ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Graduation B.Tech
Post graduation M.Tech
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching experience 6 Years
Email id neha.sharma.ch@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Chemical Engineering

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faculty
Name Divya Agarwal
Designation ASST. PROFESSOR
Graduation B.Tech ( Honours)
Post graduation M.Tech (Chemical Engg.)
Teaching experience 6 Years 1 months
Email id divya.miet@gmail.com
Area of interest Mass Transfer

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faculty
Name Rishiket Kundu
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech in Chemical Engineering (W.B.U.T Kolkata)
Post graduation M.Tech in Chemical Engineering (IIT Guwahati)
Teaching experience 2 years
Email id rishiket.kundu@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Catalytic Membrane Reactor

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faculty
Name Ajay Kumar Jain
Designation ASST. PROFESSOR
Graduation B.Tech in Chemical Engineering (UPTU, Lucknow)
Post graduation M.Tech in Energy Management(DAVV Indore)
Teaching experience 14 Years
Email id ajay.jain@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Chemical Engineering

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faculty
Name Dr. Vibhu Trivedi
Designation ASST. PROFESSOR
Graduation B.Tech. (CSJM University, Kanpur)
Post graduation M.Tech. (IIT Roorkee)
Doctorate Ph.D. (IIT Delhi)
Teaching experience 1 Year
Email id vibhu.trivedi@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Multi-objective Optimization, Evolutionary Algorithms, Modeling and Simulation of Chemical Systems

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faculty
Name Abhinav Gupta
Designation ASST. PROFESSOR
Graduation B.Tech (JUET, Guna)
Post graduation M.Tech (IIT, Delhi)
Teaching experience 2 years
Email id abhinav.gupta@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Fluid flow operations, Heat transfer, Chemical reaction engineering

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faculty
Name Avdesh Singh Pundir
Designation ASST. PROFESSOR
Graduation B.Tech.(UPTU), B.Sc.(CCSU)
Post graduation M.Tech. (SBSSTC, Fezorepur)
Doctorate Ph.D (Pursuring, MNIT Jaipur)
Teaching experience 6 years
Industrial experience 3 years
Email id avdesh.pundir@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Process Dynamics and Control, Numerical Computation

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faculty
Name Dr. Sunil Rajoriya
Designation ASST. PROFESSOR
Graduation B.Tech.(UPTU)
Post graduation M.Tech. (SBSSTC, Fezorepur)
Doctorate Ph.D (MNIT, Jaipur)
Teaching experience 5 years
Industrial experience 4 Months
Research experience 4 Years
Email id sunilrajoriya@gmail.com
Area of interest Process Intensification, Advanced Oxidation Process, Hydrodynamic Cavitation, Wastewater Treatment, Nano-Materials Synthesis

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Laboratories

Mechanical Operation Lab Learning outcome

  1. Analyze particle sizes and size distribution of raw materials and products.
  2. Select and specify appropriate size reduction equipments.
  3. Estimate energy requirements in crushing and grinding operations.
  4. Select appropriate method of conveying of solids.
  5. Separate solids from liquid using different types of filtration equipments.
  6. Design packed bed and fluidized bed for processing requirements.
  7. Develop problem solving skills.

Major Equipments:

  1. Plate and Frame Filter Press
  2. Leaf Filter
  3. Ball Mill
  4. Roll Crusher
  5. Jaw Crusher
  6. Gyratory Sieve Shaker -2
  7. Sigma Mixture
  8. Sedimentation Setup

Mass Transfer Lab Learning Outcome-

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the principles of mass transfer and use this in problem solving.
  2. Estimate diffusion coefficients for solids, liquids and gases.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of the principles of equilibrium based mass transfer and use this in problem solving.
  4. Estimate vapour-liquid equilibrium and liquid-liquid equilibrium data.
  5. Derive model equations for staged processes of distillation, extraction, adsorption and ion exchange.
  6. Estimate plate efficiency.
  7. Carry out design calculations for binary and multi-component staged separation processes.

Major Equipments:

  1. Bubble Cap Distillation Column
  2. Absorption in Sieve Plate Column
  3. Absorption in Packed Bed Column
  4. Solid in Air Diffusion Unit
  5. Vapour in Air Diffusion Unit
  6. Liquid-Liquid Extraction Column
  7. Solid-Liquid Extraction Column
  8. Batch Crystallization Unit
  9. Vapour Liquid Equilibrium Unit
  10. Ion Exchange Unit
  11. Membrane Separation Unit
  12. Forced Draft Tray Dryer
  13. Distillation Unit
  14. Air Compressor

CAD Lab Learning Outcome

  1. Ability to flow sheeting and simulation for the different chemical engineering process.
  2. Ability to design various process equipment in chemical engineering.
  3. Ability to solve complex mathematical equation using commercial software.

 

Major Equipments:

  • Computer (Dual Core)– 20 Nos
  • ChemCad Software

Process Dynamics & Instrumentation Control Lab Learning Outcome

  1. Model a process and write its dynamic equation and solve it with MATLAB platform.
  2. Understand various control actions and choose appropriate one for the problem at hand.
  3. Tune controller’s parameters for best performances.
  4. Design controller.
  5. Understand digital control of process with computers.

Major Equipments

  1. Two tank interacting system
  2. Two tank non-interacting system
  3. Time constant of thermometer
  4. Closed loop control system
  5. PID controller
  6. Manometer type level indicator
  7. Control Valve Characteristics
  8. PI & IP converter
  9. Dead weight pressure gauge tester
  10. Moisture content meter

Energy Lab Learning Outcome

  1. Able to understand Proximate and Ultimate Analysis.
  2. Analysis of fluid flow properties with temperature.
  3. Different principles behind temperature, moisture etc. measuring apparatus

Major Equipments

  1. Bomb calorimeter meter
  2. Carbon residue Apparatus
  3. Pensky Marten flash point Apparatus
  4. Saybolt Viscometer
  5. Muffle Furnace-2
  6. Cloud Point & Pour Point Apparatus
  7. Dean & Stark Moisture Determination Apparatus

Fluid Mechanics Lab Learning outcome

  1. Estimate important flow parameters.
  2. Compare different type of flow meters.
  3. Apply concepts of fluid static in measuring pressure and forces on surfaces.
  4. Calculate velocity distributions in laminar and turbulent flow through pipes and conduits and calculate pressure drop therein.
  5. Measure flow through pipes and conduits using various types of flow measuring devices.
  6. Select appropriate pumping device and specifications.
  7. Handle effectively compressible flow cases.

Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab Learning Outcome

  1. Analyze kinetic data and determine the rate expression.
  2. Analyze multiple reactions to determine yield and selectivity.
  3. Analyze rectors which deviate from ideality.

Major Equipments:

  1. Isothermal Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor
  2. Isothermal Plug Flow Reactor
  3. Isothermal Batch Reactor
  4. RTD in Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor
  5. Packed Bed Reactor
  6. Cascade in Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor
  7. Adiabatic Batch Reactor
  8. RTD in Plug Flow (Coiled) Reactor
  9. Isothermal Semi batch Reactor

Heat Transfer Operation Lab Learning Outcome

  1. Describe and estimate three modes of heat transfer experimentally.
  2. Estimate the thermal conductivity of insulating powder material and liquid to understand their behaviour with temperature.
  3. Estimate natural and forced convective heat transfer coefficient to understand the rate of heat transfer in both the conditions.
  4. Estimate overall heat transfer coefficient in double pipe heat exchanger to understand the effect of parallel and counter flow on LMTD and heat transfer rate.

 

Major Equipments

  1. Composite wall apparatus
  2. Lagged Pipe apparatus
  3. Heat pipe experiment
  4. Thermal Conductivity of a metal rod
  5. Thermal Conductivity of a powder
  6. Thermal Conductivity of a liquid
  7. Pin Fin Free/Forced Convection
  8. Free/Natural Convection
  9. Emissivity measurement apparatus
  10. Open Pan Evaporator
  11. Plate type heat exchanger

Achievements

Students' Achievements

University Topper 2017 batch pass out - Komal Sharma

  1. Students Qualified in GATE 2014: 03
  2. Students Qualified in GATE 2013: 04
  3. Students Qualified in GATE 2012: 01
  4. Students Qualified in GATE 2011: 02
  5. Students Qualified in GATE 2010: 05
  6. Students Qualified in GATE 2009: 09

Interaction with outside world/ Consultancy Mrs. Niharika Verma was the member of the team which conducted Energy Audit at M/S JCB,Hariyana

Faculty Achievements

S.No. Name of The Faculty Department Designation Course Name/Title Organized By
Short Term Courses
1 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor  Total quality management, ISO 9000 and basics of NBA accreditation in technical institutions  Entrepreneurship Development & Industrial Coordination Department, MIET Meerut
2 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor  Optimization using MATLAB through ICT  Mechanical Engineering Department, MIET Meerut,
3 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor  Coaching of teachers in life skills through ICT  Information Management & Coordination Department,MIET Meerut
4 Ms.Niharika Verma CH Assistant Professor  Coaching of teachers in life skills through ICT  Information Management & Coordination Department,MIET Meerut
5 Ms.Niharika Verma CH Assistant Professor  Total quality management, ISO 9000 and basics of NBA accreditation in technical institutions  Entrepreneurship Development & Industrial Coordination Department, MIET Meerut
6 Dr. Neha Sharma CH Assistant Professor Research methodology through ICT Education and Educational Management Department,
7 Mr. Ajay Kumar Jain CH Assistant Professor  Chemical micro process engineering: flow modelling and application Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Roorke
8 Mr. Ajay Kumar Jain CH Assistant Professor Nanotechnology Basics & Bio-Chemical Applications Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Roorke
9 Dr. Vibhu Trivedi CH Assistant Professor Communication Strategies for scientists and Engineers in the Era of Globalization Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Roorke
10 Mr. Abhinav Gupta CH Assistant Professor Industrial Safety  Department of Chemical Engineering ,Rajkot, India
11 Mr. Rishiket Kundu CH Assistant Professor Communication Strategies for scientists and Engineers in the Era of Globalization Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Roorke
12 Ms. Divya Agarwal CH Assistant Professor Nanotechnology Basics & Bio-Chemical Applications Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Roorke
13 Mr. Avdesh Pundir CH Assistant Professor Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation of Various Engineering Problems in Transport Phenomena Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Roorke
14 Mr. Avdesh Pundir CH Assistant Professor Advances in Pipelines Transportation of Crude oils MNIT Jaipur under GIAN,MNIT Jaipur
Workshops
1 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor Modelling & simulation of refinery processes  Petroleum Federation of India, UPTU, Noida
2 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor National workshop on NIRF ” organized by Eliot Innovations Pvt. Ltd.,
3 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor NBA orientation workshop-movement for quality education  Zeal Education Society,  Pune, India.
4 Mr. Rishiket Kundu CH Assistant Professor Advances in Chemical Engineering and Technology  Department of Chemical Engineering,IET,Lucknow
5 Mr. Ajay Kumar Jain CH Assistant Professor Advances in Chemical Engineering and Technology  Department of Chemical Engineering,IET,Lucknow
6 Mr. Ajay Kumar Jain CH Assistant Professor Human Values Workshop for HODs, Deans and Senior Faculties  MIET, Meerut
7 Dr. Vibhu Trivedi CH Assistant Professor SAP workshop  MIET, Meerut
8 Mr. Avdesh Pundir CH Assistant Professor Refinery process technology: advances through research and development  Petroleum Federation of India, IOCL,Faridabad, India.
9 Mr. Avdesh Pundir CH Assistant Professor Advanced metal finishing and electroplating techniques Moradabad Institute of Technology,Moradabad
Seminars
1 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor Recent advances in forensic biotechnology Department of Biotechnology, MIET Meerut
2 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor  Clean and green technologies Department of Biotechnology, MIET Meerut
3 Mr. Girish Tyagi CH Assistant Professor Biotech start-ups & entrepreneurship Department of Biotechnology, MIET Meerut
4 Dr. Neha Sharma CH Assistant Professor  National seminar on recent advances in pollution and abatement (RAPA)  Department of Chemical Engineering,MIET Meerut

 

Events Conducted By the Department under ACES (Departmental Society)

2014-15
PICTURE PERCEPTION

A picture is a silent story; ACES bring you an event to pen down that silent story according to your perception and lead it on a road towards conclusion.

Procedure:

The participants will be shown a picture on the screen and they have to write on that picture whatever they can percept from it. There is no word limit but page limit i.e. students have to finish their writing part on the given A4 sheets.

Rules:

  • No extra sheets will be given.
  • Participants must carry their own stationery.
  • There will be time limit of 45 minutes and no one will be allowed to leave the auditorium before that.
QUIZ BUZZ

The only way to knowledge is experience. ACES bring you an event to show your knowledge and experience in the course of life through a series of questions in the event named Quiz buzz.

Procedure

The event will take place in 3 rounds.
Round 1: General Awareness
Round 2: Technical Brushing
Round 3: Rapid Fire

Rules

  • Only team entries are eligible.
  • The decision of jury members is final.
GROUP DISCUSSION

Discussion of any sort is supposed to help us develop a better perspective on issues by bringing out diverse view point. ACES bring you an event to show your flexibility in thinking towards a given topic and reach to a common conclusion.

Procedure

A group of participants will be formed which will consist of 6-7 members and are made to sit in a circle formation. A topic will be given to the group on which they have to discuss and bring the group towards a conclusion which satisfies everyone in the group.

Rules

  • The participants will be given 2 minutes for thinking and 8 minutes for discussion and the last minute is kept for the conclusion.
  • The medium of communication should be only English.
  • Use of parliamentary language is appreciated.
2015-16
QUIZ BUZZ

The only way to knowledge is experience. ACES bring you an event to show your knowledge and experience in the course of life through a series of questions in the event named Quiz buzz.

Procedure

The event will take place in 3 rounds. Round 1: General Awareness Round 2: Technical Brushing Round 3: Rapid Fire

Rules

  • Only team entries are eligible.
  • The decision of jury members is final.
GROUP DISCUSSION

Discussion of any sort is supposed to help us develop a better perspective on issues by bringing out diverse view point. ACES bring you an event to show your flexibility in thinking towards a given topic and reach to a common conclusion.

Procedure

A group of participants will be formed which will consist of 6-7 members and are made to sit in a circle formation. A topic will be given to the group on which they have to discuss and bring the group towards a conclusion which satisfies everyone in the group.

Rules

  • The participants will be given 2 minutes for thinking and 8 minutes for discussion and the last minute is kept for the conclusion.
  • The medium of communication should be only English.
  • Use of parliamentary language is appreciated.
2016-17
TECHNICAL POSTER COMPETITION

The most essential trait of an engineer is to represent the technical aspects of any intricate industrial problem in such a manner that it is readily understood by the viewership of the problem and a solution is incarnated out of it in the easiest possible way. The Association of Chemical Engineering is providing the students of Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology to represent their problem depiction and presentation skills in this event.

Procedure & Rules

  • An individual or a team of maximum 3 members is allowed.
  • The poster submitted will be scrutinized by the jury panel and questioned accordingly.
  • The topics are categorized into two themes:

1. Environment

  • Aeration.
  • Filtration.
  • Membrane Separation.
  • Fluidization Operation.
  • Packed Bed Operation.
  • Aerobic and Anaerobic Digestion.
  • Bio process.
  • Green Technology.
  • Green House Effect.

2. Energy

  • Solar Power Utilization.
  • Wind Power Utilization.
  • Audit and Energy Management.
  • Dilute Sources of Energy.

First Position will receive a cash price worth Rs 1000 and the First Runner Up will get Rs 750.

PICTURE PERCEPTION

A picture is a silent story; ACES bring you an event to pen down that silent story according to your perception and lead it on a road towards conclusion.

Procedure:

The participants will be shown a picture on the screen and they have to write on that picture whatever they can percept from it. There is no word limit but page limit i.e. students have to finish their writing part on the given A4 sheets.

Rules:

  • No extra sheets will be given.
  • Participants must carry their own stationery.
  • There will be time limit of 45 minutes and no one will be allowed to leave the auditorium before that.
QUIZ BUZZ

The only way to knowledge is experience. ACES bring you an event to show your knowledge and experience in the course of life through a series of questions in the event named Quiz buzz.

Procedure

The event will take place in 3 rounds.
Round 1: General Awareness
Round 2: Technical Brushing
Round 3: Rapid Fire

Rules

  • Only team entries are eligible.
  • The decision of jury members is final.
2017-18
TECHCOMBO

TECHCOMBO is being organized by the ACES committee. The students will have to choose a topic and make a presentation and model on the same.

Rules & Procedure.

  • The event will comprise of two rounds: 1.Presentation 2. Model Making.
  • There should be 3-5 members in each team.
  • Time limit for presentation is 8-10 minutes.
  • The presentation must include Industrial problems, Solutions to the problems and Future Aspects.

Topics

  • Air Purification.
  • Embedded System.
  • Bridge Construction.
  • Waste Water Treatment.
  • Solid Waste Utilization.
  • Industrial Hazard Management.
  • Plant Made Pharmaceuticals.
  • Solar Distillation.
  • Alternative Fuel System.
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning.
  • Noise Pollution.
  • Industrial Automation.
  • Pneumatic & Non-Pneumatic Controllers.
  • Application of CS in solving Industrial Problems.
  • Micro Controller & Microprocessors.
  • Energy Conservation: Renewable and Non-Renewable.
  • Usage of Different Industrial Waste in the field of Construction.

Winners will get attractive prize and others will get participation certificate.

CHEM-ANTAKSHARI

Ever thought of adding a tinge to your favourite antakshari? Well now is the chance. Unpluck your technical knowledge of vocabulary and prove your mettle. The event’s an assemblage of brain storming jargons. Scratch your heads and explore your way to knowledge.

Procedure

The event will take place in 3 rounds. The participants will be given words and they have to create the next word which should be some technical word related with engineering with the last letter of the previous word.

Rules

  • Only team entries are eligible.
  • Participants have to get their own stationary

GUEST LECTURES

  1. Mr. Sanjeev Khanna (Managing Director, Kazstroy India Ltd.) -“Career guidelines in Oil & Gas industries for graduate engineers” on 06/11/17.
  2. Mr. Sachin Kumar Verma (Energy Auditor, SIDBI) - “Advanced Energy Conservation Techniques” on 16/11/16
  3. Dr. Avinash Chandra (Assistant Professor, Thapar University)- “Computational Fluid Dynamics” on 15/03/16
  4. Dr. Ankur Gupta (Research Engineer, Engineers India Limited) on “Refinery Effluent Treatment Practices” on 21/11/17
  5. Prof. G.C. Baral (Retd. from IIT BHU)- “Process Equipment Design” on 20/02/17
  6. Dr. Rajeev Dohre (Assistant Professor, MNIT Jaipur) on “Advance Process Control” on 24/11/15
  7. Mr. Shivendra Rastogi (Process Engineer, Punjlloyd) on “Role of Process Engineer in Chemical Industries” on 23/04/17
  8. Mr. Aseem Jain (Industrial Resource Person) on “Entrepreneurship Development” on 23/09/16
  9. Mr. Abhishek Kumar Garg (Manager-Production, Orient Cement Ltd.) “Career prospects for Chemical Engineers in Cement industry” on 24/04/15

Seminars, Conferences and workshops held in the department

  • National Seminar on "Recent Advances in Pollution and Abatement"(14-15 February2014)
  • Scheme For Modernization And Removal Of Obsolescence In Technical Education (MODROBS). AICTE, New Delhi (2010-2011)

Research

S.N.

Title of Paper

Name of the author

Department

Name of journal

Year of publication

ISBN/ISSN number

1

Modelling and Simulation of MEE System used in Sugar industry

Dr.Divya Srivastava

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Communications

2013

0098-6445

2

Characterization of evaporator scale of Indian sugar industry

Dr.Divya Srivastava

Chemical Engineering

Applied Thermal Engineering

2016

1399-4311

3

Modeling and Simulation of MEE System under Fouling Condition

Dr.Divya Srivastava

Chemical Engineering

International Journal of Engineering Research  & Technology

2013

2278-0181

4

Removal of Chromium & Fluoride from water by Adsorption on Peepal Leaves Biomass

Ms. Divya Agarwal

Chemical Engineering

International Journal on Emerging Technologies

2017

0975-8364