APPLIED SCIENCE - Chemistry K Scheme (II - Electrical/Mech./Civil/Auto./Production - 312308)

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Syllabus Applied Science (Chemistry) - 312308 Learning Scheme Credits Paper Duration Actual Contact Hrs./Week SLH NLH CL TL LL 4 - 4 - 8 4 1.5 Assessment Scheme Theory Based on LL & TL Based on SL Total Marks Practical FA-TH SA-TH Total FA - PR SA - PR SLA Max Max Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min 30 70 100 40 50 20 50 20 - - 200 Sr. No. Theory Learning Outcomes (TLO’s) aligned to CO’s Learning content mapped with Theory Learning Outcomes (TLO’s) and CO’s 1 TLO 1.1 Describe the extraction process of the ore. TLO 1.2 Explain Mechanical properties of metals. TLO 1.3 State purposes of making alloys. TLO 1.4 Describe methods of preparation of alloys. TLO 1.5 State Composition, properties and applications of ferrous and nonferrous alloys. Unit - I Metals and Alloys 1.1 Ancient Indian Metallurgy (IKS) 1.2 Metals : Occurrence of metals in free and combined state. Basic concepts : Mineral, ore, gangue, flux and slag, metallurgy. 1.3 Metallurgy : Extraction processes of metal from ore Concentration : Gravity separation, electromagnetic separation, froth floatation, calcination and roasting, Reduction : Smelting, aluminothermic process, Refining, poling, electrorefining. 1.4 Mechanical properties of metals :Hardness, ductility, malleability, tensile strength, toughness, machinability, weldability, forging, soldering, brazing, castability. 1.5 Alloys: Purposes of making alloys with examples. 1.6 Preparation methods of alloys : Fusion, compression. 1.7 Classification of alloys :Ferrous and non-ferrous alloys Ferrous alloys: Composition, properties and applications of low carbon, medium carbon, high carbon steels. Non-ferrous alloy : Composition, properties and applications of Brass, Bronze, Duralumin, Tinman Solder, Woods metal. (Chapter - 1) 2. TLO 2.1 Explain types of hardness of water. TLO 2.2 List salts causing temporary and permanent hardness to water. TLO 2.3 Describe boiler corrosion and caustic embrittlement. TLO 2.4 Explain the given type of water softening process. TLO 2.5 Describe the Waste water treatment and potable water treatment. TLO 2.6 Solve numerical based on pH and pOH. Unit - II Water Treatment 2.1 Hard and soft water, causes of hardness, types of hardness. 2.2 Hard water in boilers and prevention : Boiler corrosion, caustic embrittlement, priming and foaming, scales and sludges, and methods of prevention of boiler corrosion. 2.3 Methods of water softening : lime soda process (hot lime soda and cold lime soda process), zeolite process, ion exchange process. 2.4 Potable water treatment : Sedimentation, coagulation, filtration and sterilization . 2.5 Wastewater treatment : Sewage treatment, BOD and COD of sewage water. 2.6 pH and pOH : Concept of pH, pOH, pH Scale, Numerical. (Chapter - 2) 3. TLO 3.1 Describe the properties of the given type of fuel. TLO 3.2 Describe Proximate analysis and Ultimate analysis of coal samples. TLO 3.3 Calculate the calorific value of the given solid fuel using Bomb calorimeter. TLO 3.4 Describe fractional distillation of crude petroleum. TLO 3.5 Explain properties of liquid fuels. TLO 3.6 Describe composition, properties of given gaseous fuel with their applications. TLO 3.7 Describe production of green hydrogen by electrolysis. TLO 3.8 Describe construction and working of given cells and batteries. Unit - III Fuels and Combustion 3.1 Fuel : Calorific value and ignition temperature, classification. 3.2 Solid fuels : Coal, Classification and composition, Proximate analysis, Ultimate analysis, Calorific value of coal by Bomb calorimeter. 3.3 Liquid fuels : Fractional distillation of crude petroleum, boiling range, composition, propertie Knocking, cracking, octane number and cetane number. 3.4 Gaseous fuels : Biogas, LPG, and CNG. Combustion equation of gaseous fuels, mass and volume of air required for complete combustion. 3.5 Green hydrogen : Producing green hydrogen by electrolysis from renewable sources, Advantages and disadvantages of green hydrogen. 3.6 Electrical conductance in metals and electrolytes, specific conductance, equivalent conductance, cell constant. 3.7 Cells and batteries : Construction, working and applications of dry cell, lead acid storage cell H2 - O2 fuel cell, Ni-Cd battery and Lithium ion battery. (Chapter - 3)

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