NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I


Lecture 1 - Introduction and Overview of Mass Transfer Operation


Lecture 2 - Molecular and Eddy Diffusion, Diffusion Velocities and Fluxes


Lecture 3 - Fick's First and Second Law


Lecture 4 - Steady State Molecular Diffusion in fluids under stagnant and laminar flow conditions


Lecture 5 - Diffusion through variable cross-sectional area


Lecture 6 - Gas Phase Diffusion Coefficient measurement


Lecture 7 - Gas Phase Diffusion Coefficient prediction and liquid phase diffusion coefficient measurement and prediction


Lecture 8 - Multicomponent diffusion and diffusivity in solids


Lecture 9 - Mass transfer coefficient concept and classifications


Lecture 10 - Dimensionless groups and correlations for convective mass transfer coefficients


Lecture 11 - Mass transfer coefficient in laminar flow


Lecture 12 - Boundary Layer Theory and mass transfer coefficients in turbulent flow


Lecture 13 - Mass transfer theories


Lecture 14 - Interphase mass transfer


Lecture 15 - Interphase mass transfer and material balance for operating line


Lecture 16 - Number of ideal stages in counter current operation: graphical and algebraic methods


Lecture 17 - Introduction, classification, Sparged and agitated vessels design


Lecture 18 - Gas dispersed: Tray tower


Lecture 19 - Sieve Tray


Lecture 20 - Liquid dispersed: Venture scrubber, wetted wall column, Packed tower


Lecture 21 - Introduction to absorption, Equilibrium in gas-liquid system, and minimum liquid rate


Lecture 22 - Design of packed column absorber based on the Individual Mass Transfer Coefficient


Lecture 23 - Design of packed column absorber based on the Overall Mass Transfer Coefficient


Lecture 24 - Height Equivalent to a Theoretical Plate (HETP), Design of packed column absorber for dilute and concentrated gases


Lecture 25 - Absorption in plate column: Method of McCabe and Thiele-graphical determination of ideal trays and Introduction to multicomponent absorption


Lecture 26 - Introduction to distillation, binary equilibrium diagrams and concept of relative volatility


Lecture 27 - Distillation in non-ideal systems and concept of enthalpy-concentration diagram


Lecture 28 - Flash distillation


Lecture 29 - Batch and steam distillation


Lecture 30 - Continuous multistate fractionation


Lecture 31 - Number of trays by McCabe and Thiele for distillation


Lecture 32 - Pinch Points and minimum reflux


Lecture 33 - Reflux below its bubble point: Sub-cooled reflux and use of open steam


Lecture 34 - Multiple feeds, multiple product withdrawal or side streams


Lecture 35 - Multistage batch distillation with reflux


Lecture 36 - The Ponchon-Savarit method


Lecture 37 - The Ponchon-Savarit method


Lecture 38 - Packed Distillation


Lecture 39 - Introduction to multicomponent distillation and multicomponent flash distillation


Lecture 40 - Minimum stages and minimum reflux in multicomponent distillation


Lecture 41 - Multicomponent batch distillation