B.E. Chemical Engineering (CH)

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To create the next generation of engineers who will play a pivotal role in building our country, we need to provide them with the best, so that they get the right exposure and knowledge to develop their skills and hone their creativity. The campus at MVJCE is fully equipped with all the modern facilities and Labs that are required to shape talented Chemical Engineers.

Momentum Transfer Lab

The Momentum Transfer Lab provides hands-on experience in understanding the principles of fluid mechanics and the behavior of fluids in motion. Students conduct experiments to study flow patterns, measure fluid velocities, and analyze pressure drops in various types of flow systems. This practical approach helps in comprehending theoretical concepts such as Bernoulli’s equation, laminar and turbulent flow, and the mechanics of pumps and turbines.

The Mechanical Operations Laboratory is equipped for the study of the various mechanical operations associated with different solids as well as fluid. Experiments mainly deal with size reduction, size separation, solid separation etc. All basic experiments for fluid particle mechanics like Jaw Crusher, Ball Mill, Hammer Mill, Sieve Shaker, Plate and Frame Filter, Vacuum Leaf Filter, Cyclone Separator, Froth Floatation, Batch Sedimentation etc are available in this laboratory.

Process Heat Transfer Laboratory helps the students to understand the basic concepts of heat transfer: Conduction, Convection and Radiation which are the three basic modes for heat transfer to take place. To enhance the practical knowledge of industrial equipments, students perform experiments on some common heat transfer equipments such as Double Pipe Heat Exchanger, Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger and Single Effect Evaporator etc.
The Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab serves as the focal point for practical exploration in the field of Chemical Engineering. The lab is equipped with a diverse array of reactors including Continuous Stirred Tank Reactors (CSTR), Plug Flow Reactors (PFR), batch reactors, sonochemical reactors, and photochemical reactors. This experiential learning environment enhances comprehension of fundamental principles and fosters the application of theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios. The Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab thus cultivates a rich learning experience, preparing students to contribute effectively to the advancement of chemical processes and technologies.
The Pollution Control and Instrumental Analysis Lab, covers experiments pertaining to pollution control, starting from the simple experiments of acidity and alkalinity testing to assessing biological oxygen demand (BOD) and coagulation and flocculation studies. Additionally, experiments on ambient air quality monitoring and advanced techniques such as spectrophotometer will also be conducted. The lab ensures the comprehensive analysis of environmental factors in pursuit of understanding and mitigating pollution through precise instrumental analysis.
Process control Laboratory provides the basic knowledge of dynamic responses of different systems like single tank, interacting tanks, non-interacting tanks etc. In this lab, the students also become familiar with the various controllers such as PID controller which is widely used in the Chemical Industry.
The mass transfer lab teaches chemical engineering students about how substances move within chemical systems. In this lab, experiments to understand processes like diffusion, absorption, distillation, extraction, and membrane separation will be performed. Through hands-on activities, the students will learn factors affecting these processes, such as concentration gradients, temperature, and solvent properties. By analyzing data and troubleshooting issues, students develop practical skills for real-world engineering. These labs help students apply theoretical knowledge to solve industrial separation problems and prepare them for careers in chemical process industries or further academic studies.
The Computer Aided Design Lab equips students with the skills to create precise engineering drawings and models using Design software. Through hands-on practice, students learn to design and simulate components, assemblies, and systems in 2D and 3D environments. This training is essential for producing detailed and accurate technical drawings of chemical equipment.
The Computer Lab provides students with a comprehensive understanding of C programming as applied to various aspects of Chemical Engineering, including the design of reactors, heat exchangers, distillation columns, and absorption columns. Further, it is equipped with the simulation software DWSIM. Through simulations, students will get an opportunity to enrich their practical knowledge and problem-solving skills in Chemical Engineering applications.