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Undergraduate / Postgraduate Programmes
|Year of starting||1994|
|Level||UG & PG|
|First year of approval by council||1994 F-700/41/GJ/(1)/RC/9|
|Intake||60 & 18|
- To foster vibrant environment for creating professional chemical engineers with integrity and ethics.
- To develop open access laboratories and infrastructure for conducive learning.
- To enhance the professional engineering skills along with entrepreneurship, innovativeness and management.
- To strengthen linkages with industries, alumni and professional bodies.
- To undertake industry collaborative projects and research.
- To inculcate professional ethics and make socially responsible engineers.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- To prepare graduates who will be skilled in fundamental concepts of chemical engineering.
- To prepare graduates who will be capable of obtaining position in Industrial, Research, Government, Academic, Entrepreneur or other organizations, which use their technical knowledge and professional skills.
- To prepare graduates who will have proficiency in execution of real time Chemical Engineering projects.
- To prepare graduates who will contribute to the socio-economic environment of their communities.
Program Specific Outcome (PSOs)
- An ability to grasp and apply chemical engineering fundamentals considering the impact of environment, safety, economics and sustainability.
- An ability to design, synthesize, model, simulate, control and optimize chemical engineering processes.
- An ability to comprehend new frontiers in chemical engineering, for addressing future challenges faced by society and industry.
- An ability to develop soft-skills and leadership attitude to work on industrial and professional arena.
Prof. Femina J. Patel
Prof. Parin D. Shah
Prof. Suchen B. Thakore
Prof. Narendra M.Patel
Prof. Dolly R. Gandhi
Prof. Dharmendra D. Mandaliya
Prof. Zoher Z. Painter
Prof. Milap G. Nayak
Prof. Jalpa A. Shah
Prof. Yogesh J. Morabiya
Prof. Kamlesh R. Gurjar
Prof. Sahil N. Prajapati
Prof. Sunil R. Patel
Prof. Naveenkumar M. Sharma
Prof. Jay B.Trivedi
Prof. Ujvala P. Christian
Prof. Rakesh R. Merchant
Prof. Rupal Patel
Mr. R U. Gamar
Chemistry / Organic Chemistry Lab
This lab has high-end facilities like Alpha-FTIR Spectrometer that is equipped with a versatile ZnSe ATR crystal for the analysis of powders, solids, pastes and liquids. It has also UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, suitable for organic and coloured metal samples. Hundreds of organic precursors and salts are available for research, PG and UG level experiments.
Analytical, Research Lab and Project Lab
This Lab is mostly used for projects, It has analytical facilities, like Lambda LIIR-100 Dual-Beam Infrared Spectrophotometer, High precise balance, Bio-gas plant, Sonicator-600 W, UV-Vis Spectrophotometer (Elico SL-159), High-pressure reactor, Carbon-dioxide Supercritical Extractor, Gas Chromatography, Bio-Reactor for micro-organism like bacteria, cyanobacteria, algae growth, fully automatic to control various growth parameters.
Mass transfer Operation and Advanced Separation Techniques Lab
The lab is equipped with Distillation trainer, Distillation units-Packed bed, Sieve tray, Steam distillation unit and Absorption unit. Distillation is widely used in petroleum industries and synthetic chemistry.
Applied Chemistry Lab, Physical and Inorganic Chemistry Lab
The lab has a general facility of Flame-photometer, Ph-meter, Conductivity meter, and Turbidity meter. These instruments are suitable for estimation of the various inorganic samples and routine chemical analysis in clinical and chemical industries.
Fluid Flow Operation Lab
The lab has the facility of Drag coefficient apparatus, used to find drag coefficient which is a dimensionless quantity that is used to quantify the drag or resistance of an object in a fluid environment, such as air or water. Here, friction losses in pipe and Flow measurement devices and set-up are also available.
Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab and Biochemical Engineering Lab
The lab is equipped with various chemical reactors such as Continuous Stirred tank reactor, Plug flow reactor, Packed bed reactor, Series of CSTR etc., to carry of the chemical reaction and to determine the residence time distribution of the reactor. The Photo-bio reactor is also available.
Computational Chemical Engineering Lab
This lab has facilities of ORCA, MAT lab, Sci lab and various open-source solvers, like GAMS.
Process Heat Transfer Lab
The lab is equipped with Thermal Conductivity of Metal bar apparatus, Heat transfer through lagged pipe apparatus, Thermal conductivity of Insulating powder apparatus, Critical heat flux apparatus, Double pipe heat exchanger apparatus, Shell and Tube heat exchanger, Emissivity measurement apparatus, Drop-wise/Film wise condensation apparatus, Single Effect Evaporator, Double Effect Evaporator, Heat Transfer in agitated vessel apparatus and Unsteady state heat transfer apparatus set-up etc.
Instrumentation and Process Control Lab
Temperature, pH control trainer, Interacting and non-interacting system and various other necessary instruments are available for routine experiments of UG and PG students.
Mechanical Operation Lab
The Laboratory is well equipped with Jaw Crusher, Roll Crusher ,Ball Mill, Sieve shaker, , Froth Flotation Apparatus, Cyclone Separator, Basket Centrifuge, Belt Conveyor, Screw Conveyor, Pulveriser, Ribbon Blender, Fluidization Unit, Elutriator , Aeration Unit & Horizontal Plate type filter Press
Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals Lab
The Laboratory is well equipped with Redwood viscometer, Saybolt viscometer, Cloud and pour point apparatus, Cleavend's open cup tester, Ball and ring apparatus, Pensky marten with electric tester, Ramsbottom carbon residue apparatus, Aniline point apparatus and conradson apparatus.
Chemical Process Industries Lab
Facilities for lab scale synthesis of various chemical intermediates and products, like dyes, drugs and soaps. The Bomb calorimeter and Gas calorimeter are also available for UG experiments.
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