1. Dimensions and Units 2. Stoichiometry 3. Process Engineering 4. Importance of Process Diagrams in Process Engineering 5. Process Design of Piping, Fluid Moving Devices and Flow Meters 6. Process Design of Heat Exchangers 7. Process Design of Liquid-Liquid Extractors 8. Process Design of Distillation on Columns 9. Process Design of Absorbers 10. Process Design of Reactors 11. Process Design of Utility Systems
Shuchen B Thakore graduated in Chemical Engineering from Gujarat University and obtained his ME in Chemical Engineering from M S University, Vadodara. He is currently Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at L D College of Engineering, Ahmedabad, Gujarat. He has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students in Chemical Engineering, for more than 18 years. Besides teaching, he also undertakes consulting assignments in process and mechanical designs of heat exchangers, distillation columns, storage tanks, pressure vessels, etc., and environmental audit for various chemical industries.Prior to joining the academic institute, he worked in the industry for about five years. He served Alembic Chemical Works, Naveen Heat Exchangers Ltd., Gujarat Alcohol and Allied Chemicals Ltd. and Indian Engineering Software Co. Mr. Thakore has earlier authored a book on Process Equipment Design. Bharat I graduated in Chemical Engineering from the Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai. He is a Consulting Engineer to chemical industries for the last ten years in Ahmedabad. His fi rm, Aavishkar Consultancy Services, provides consulting services in debottlenecking in chemical industries, energy conservation, effluent treatment, etc. Prior to this, he had served chemical industries for nearly 34 years. His industrial experience covered the fields of project execution, process engineering, debottlenecking, troubleshooting, production management, management reporting, etc. He also spent nearly 18 years with Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited (IFFCO), Kalol Unit in various capacities.Prior to joining the industry, he served at the reputed textile research institute (ATIRA) for nearly five years where he was involved in industrial research and consultation to member textile units. He also worked in many fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries as Vice President (Technical).Mr. Bhatt has also authored a book titled Stoichiometry, published by McGraw Hill Education (India). In addition, Mr. Bhatt carried out conversion of FPS units to SI units of the book Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, 7th Edition, by Smith, Van Ness and Abbott, a publication of McGraw Hill Education. The other book is, Design Data Book: Properties of Steam, Selected Refrigerants, n-Hexane and Brines (SI units). In 2011, Mr. Bhatt was awarded the UAA Distinguished Alumnus Award.