The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Food Technology, Starch and Sugar Industries
  1. Electrochemical Technology
  1. Surface Coating Industries


The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Food Technology, Starch and Sugar Industries
  2. Electrochemical Technology
  3. Surface Coating Industries

The student is required to take ONE of the following elective courses
  1. Food Technology, Starch and Sugar Industries
  2. Electrochemical Technology
  3. Surface Coating Industries

The course will introduce the fundamental concepts of various modes of heat transfer. 
This course is elaborate with theories and applications to the solutions of relevant chemical engineering problems. 
Process design principles of various heat transfer equipment will be taken up in this course. 
Even though the course is primarily designed to meet the requirements of an undergraduate chemical engineering course on heat transfer, it will be useful for the practicing engineers to refresh with fundamental and technical information.
This course aims to introduce the principles of Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics and illustrate their application to design of chemical process plants. 
The content comprises the fundamental laws of thermodynamics, the estimation of volumetric and key thermodynamic properties of real fluids and mixtures, solution thermodynamics, phase and chemical reaction equilibria. 
In addition, select special applications of the principles of phase and reaction equilibria are also illustrated. These include liquid-liquid equlibria, vapour-liquid-liquid equlibria, solid-liquid, and solid-vapour equilibria