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Engineering Chemistry-II

Engineering Chemistry-II

Published by uLektz

Course Code : ULZPT0026
Author : uLektz
University : General for All University
Regulation : 2015
Categories : Engineering Chemistry
Format : ico_bookePUB3 (DRM Protected)
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Description :Engineering Chemistry-II of ULZPT0026 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by General for All University for regulation 2015. Author: uLektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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Topics
UNIT I ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

1.1 Air Pollution - Air pollution, Acid rain, Green house effect, Global warming, Ozone layer, Control of air pollution

1.2 Water Pollution - Sewage, Effluents, Algae and Microorganisms, Harmful effects, Sewerage – Definition – Sewage Disposal – Industrial Effluents, Harmful effects of Effluents, Harmful effects of Heavy Metal Ions – Lead, Cadmium, Zinc and Copper – Treatment of Effluents, Eutrophication

1.3 Solid Waste Management - Types of Solid Waste, Problems caused by solid waste, Methods of disposal – Land fill and Incineration

1.4 Green Chemistry - Goals of Green Chemistry (Basic ideas), Recycling – Definition – Examples, Advantages of Recycling (Basic ideas)

UNIT II FUELS, COMBUSTION AND REFRACTORIES

2.1 Fuel and fossil fuel - Definition, Classification of fuels, Solid fuels, Liquid fuels, Gaseous fuels

2.2 Combustion - Combustion calculation by mass (for solid and liquid fuels), Definition of Flue gas

2.3 Refractories - Classification – Acidic, Basic and Neutral Refractories – Examples and uses, Uses of Fireclay bricks, Alumina bricks and Silica bricks

UNIT III EXTRACTION OF METALS, POWDER METALLURGY, ALLOYS AND ABRASIVES

3.1 Extraction of metals - Extraction of Tungsten and Titanium, Uses of Tungsten and Titanium

3.2 Powder metallurgy - Preparation of Metal Powder, Applications of Powder Metallurgy

3.3 Alloys - Purpose of alloying, Types of alloys, Ferrous Alloys, Non-ferrous alloys

3.4 Abrasives - Classification, Hardness in Moh’s scale, Natural abrasives, Synthetic abrasives

UNIT IV CEMENT, CERAMICS, LUBRICANTS AND ADHESIVES

4.1 Cement - Wet Process, Setting of Cement (No equation)

4.2 Ceramics - White pottery, Definition of glazing

4.3 Lubricants - Characteristics of Lubricants, Types of Lubricants

4.4 Adhesives - Natural adhesives, Synthetic adhesives

UNIT V POLYMERS

5.1 Plastics - Types of plastics, Mechanical properties of plastics, Advantages of plastics over traditional materials (Wood and Metal), Reinforced or filled plastics, Biomaterials(Polymers in Surgery)

5.2 Rubber - Compounding of rubber, Vulcanization, Reclaimed rubber

5.3 Composite materials, Advantages over metals and polymers, General applications

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