Chemical Reaction Engineering II


Lecture 1 - Introduction to catalysts and catalysis


Lecture 2 - Steps in catalytic reaction: adsorption, desorption and reaction


Lecture 3 - Derivation of the rate equation


Lecture 4 - Heterogenous data analysis for reactor design - I


Lecture 5 - Heterogenous data analysis for reactor design - II


Lecture 6 - Catalyst deactivation and accounting for it in design - I


Lecture 7 - Catalyst deactivation and accounting for it in design - II


Lecture 8 - Synthesize the rate equation


Lecture 9 - Introduction to intraparticle diffusion


Lecture 10 - Intraparticle diffusion: Thiele modulus and effectiveness factor Part - I


Lecture 11 - Intraparticle diffusion: Thiele modulus and effectiveness factor Part - II


Lecture 12 - Intraparticle diffusion: Thiele modulus and effectiveness factor Part - III


Lecture 13 - Effectiveness factor and Introduction to external mass transfer


Lecture 14 - External Mass Transfer


Lecture 15 - Implications to rate data interpretation and design - I


Lecture 16 - Implications to rate data interpretation and design - II


Lecture 17 - Packed-bed reactor design


Lecture 18 - Fluidized bed reactor design - I


Lecture 19 - Fluidized bed reactor design - II


Lecture 20 - Gas-liquid reactions-1: Theories of mass transfer into agitated liquids


Lecture 21 - GLR-2: Effect of chemical reaction on mass transfer: the slow reaction regime


Lecture 22 - GLR-3: Transition to fast reaction, and the Fast reaction regime


Lecture 23 - GLR-4: Fast reaction example; Instantaneous reaction regime


Lecture 24 - GLR-5: Transition to Instantaneous reaction; Reaction regimes in surface renewal theories


Lecture 25 - GLR-6: Reaction regimes in surface renewal theories (Continued..)


Lecture 26 - GLR-7: Surface renewal theories: Instantaneous reaction and Summing up


Lecture 27 - Fluid-solid non-catalytic reactions - I


Lecture 28 - Fluid-solid non-catalytic reactions - II


Lecture 29 - Fluid-solid non-catalytic reactions - III


Lecture 30 - Distribution of residence time


Lecture 31 - Measurement of residence time distribution


Lecture 32 - Residence time distribution function


Lecture 33 - Reactor diagnostics and troubleshooting


Lecture 34 - Modeling non-ideal reactors


Lecture 35 - Residence time distribution: Performance of non-ideal reactors


Lecture 36 - Non-ideal Reactors: Tanks-in-series model


Lecture 37 - Non-ideal Reactors: Dispersion model


Lecture 38 - Non-ideal Reactors: Dispersion model and introduction to multiparameter models


Lecture 39 - Non-ideal Reactors: Multiparameter models