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Energy System Design Semester 8 (BE Fourth Year) BE Chemical Engineering University of Mumbai Topics and Syllabus

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University of Mumbai Syllabus For Semester 8 (BE Fourth Year) Energy System Design: Knowing the Syllabus is very important for the students of Semester 8 (BE Fourth Year). Shaalaa has also provided a list of topics that every student needs to understand.

The University of Mumbai Semester 8 (BE Fourth Year) Energy System Design syllabus for the academic year 2021-2022 is based on the Board's guidelines. Students should read the Semester 8 (BE Fourth Year) Energy System Design Syllabus to learn about the subject's subjects and subtopics.

Students will discover the unit names, chapters under each unit, and subtopics under each chapter in the University of Mumbai Semester 8 (BE Fourth Year) Energy System Design Syllabus pdf 2021-2022. They will also receive a complete practical syllabus for Semester 8 (BE Fourth Year) Energy System Design in addition to this.

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Syllabus

100 Global Energy Scenario
  • Broad classification of energy sources:- primary, secondary, commercial, non-commercial, renewable, non-renewable.
  • Global primary energy reserves and energy consumption, Ratio of energy demand to GDP:- significance.
  • Indian energy scenario: w.r.t above points.
  • Energy policies, regulations, consumption and production, installed capacity, energy intensive sectors in India.
  • Energy management:aim, key principles, steps to be taken to improve energy efficiency of systems.
  • Energy conservation act (India).
  • Energy and environment, Causes of high energy intensity and energy demand in developing countries: technological, managerial, economic, structural causes
200 Energy Audit
  • Definition, need and steps of energy audit.
  • Energy audit methodology:- interview with key facility personal, facility tour, document review, facility inspection, staff interviews, utility analysis, identifying energy conservation opportunities/measures, economic analysis, preparing audit report, review and recommendations.
  • Types of energy audit:- preliminary (walk-through) audit, general (mini) audit, investment grade (maxi/detailed) audit.
  • Energy profiles:- energy profile by use, cost, function.
  • Energy sub-audits:- envelope, functional, process, transportation and utility audit.
  • Instrumentation part of energy audit:- equipments for measuring light intensity, electrical performance, temperature, pressure, humidity, performance of combustion system and HVAC system during energy audit; energy auditors tool box and its contents.
  • Preparing for energy audit visit:- to study the facility in view of energy use data, energy rate structure, physical and operational data.
  • Safety considerations during energy audit:- related to electrical, respiratory, hearing, etc.
  • Post audit analysis:- identifying ECOs, evaluate feasibility of ECOs with help of simple pay back period analysis, preparing summarized energy audit report
300 Energy Efficient Technologies
  • Basic energy consuming systems in chemical industries and energy efficient modifications in those systems:- lighting system; motors, belt and drives system; fans and pumps system; compressed air system; steam system; refrigeration system; material handling system; hydraulic system; drying system.
  • Examples of energy efficient technologies:- pressure swing adsorption purification; ethylene by thermal cracking.
400 Energy Integration in the Process Industries
  • Energy integration in process:- concept.
  • Pinch analysis:- evaluation of minimum utility requirement by temperature interval method and composite curve method.
  • Design of Heat Exchanger Network (HEN) for process system:- minimum approach temperature difference (∆Tmin); Linnhoff rules for HEN design; pinch decomposition diagram; concept of minimum number of heat exchangers (NHx,min); design of HEN with NHx,min using breaking loop method and stream splitting method.
  • Concept of Threshold approach temperature difference (∆Tthresh) and Optimum approach temperature difference (∆Topt) during HEN.
  • Determining annualized cost of HEN
500 Heat Integration in Process Units
  • Multiple effect evaporators (MEE):- types forward feed, backward feed, parallel feed; advantage of MEE over single effect evaporator in terms of energy saving.
  • Effect of process variables on evaporator operation:- feed temperature, operating pressure, steam pressure, Boiling point rise.
  • Heat integration of Multiple effect evaporators (MEE) with background process.
  • Heat integration MEE with and without vapour re-compression:- mechanical vapour re-compression, thermal vapour re-compression.
  • Distillation column:- heat integration in distillation column – multiple effect distillation, heat pumping, vapour recompression, Reboiler flashing.
  • Different arrangements of heat integration of columns with background process.
600 Co-generation
  • Introduction and basic concepts related to co-generation:- advantages of co-generation over conventional power plants; basic terms related to co-generation like, process heat, process returns, net heat to process, heat to power ratio, prime mover, etc.
  • Basic thermodynamic cycles supporting working of cogeneration plant:- Brayton cycle, Rankine cycle.
  • Basic types of co-generation systems:- topping cycle, bottoming cycle, combined cycle.
  • Different types of co-generation power plants:- steam turbine system, gas turbine system, combined gas steam turbine system, diesel engine system.
  • Distributed generation (DG) co-generation technologies:- reciprocating engine system, micro turbines, fuel cells, photovoltaic cells, Co-generation design procedure, Applications of co-generation.
700 Waste Heat Recovery (WHR)
  • Classification and applications of WHR:- waste heat sources, quality of waste heat and its application; high temperature WHR, medium temperature WHR, low temperature WHR.
  • Benefits of WHR:- direct and indirect benefits.
  • Different techniques used for WHR / Commercial devices used for WHR:- recuperators, radiation/convective hybrid recuperator, ceramic recuperator, regenerator, heat wheel, heat pipe, waste heat boiler, economizer, heat pumps.
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