Multi Component Distillation (Dept Elec-III) (2180505)   Old Code : 180505

Syllabus

Sr. Topics Teaching Hours Module Weightage
1
Selection of Key Component:
Light and heavy key component, Split key and Adjacent key, Distribution of key and non-key components
3
6 %
2
Sequencing of Distillation Column:
Concept, Selection criteria with industrial examples
3
6 %
3
Selection of Operating Pressure:
Determination of operating pressure for the various industrial distillation columns, Criteria for vacuum distillation, Advantages &Disadvantages of vacuum distillation, Determination of vapor-liquid Equilibrium data
6
11 %
4
Methods for Finding Theoretical Stages :
Short cut methods: Fenskey-Underwood-Gilliland’s method, Rigorous methods: Lewis-Metheson method, Theile-Geddes method, Equation tearing procedures using tridiagonal matrix algorithm
14
26 %
5
Azeotropicand Extractive Distillation:
Concept and Working principle, Industrial examples, Determination of number of theoretical stages for azeotropic and extractive distillation, advantage and disadvantage over each other.
6
11 %
6
Tower Diameter and Pressure Drop:
Criteria of selection between tray tower and packed tower, Various type of packings, Selection of tray type, Determination of tower diameter and pressure drop, Tray Efficiency and HETP.
7
13 %
7
Multicomponent Batch Distillation:
Design of multicomponent batch distillation with and without rectification.
7
13 %
8
Energy Saving in Distillation :
Optimum design of system, Use of high efficiency trays, Heat integration, Advanced process control, Thermally coupled distillation column, Use of heat pumps, Efficient operation of distillation column, Replace the distillation partially or completely with New separation techniques
8
14 %