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Format No. QSP/7.1/01.

F01 (B)
Issue No.04 Rev. No 4 Dated: June 7, 2014

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UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES


College of Engineering Studies
Dehradun
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COURSE PLAN
Programme :

Bachelor of Technology- B. Tech

Course

CS E-COMMERCE, CS BAO, CS TI, CS IT INFRA,

ASE-AVE, EE, ELECTRICAL and ICE


Subject Code

CHEM-103

No. of credits

FOUR (04)

Semester

II

Session

2014-15

Prepared by :
Email

Dr. Pankaj Kumar


pkumar@ddn.upes.ac.in

Approved By
_______________________

_______________________

HOD

Dean

UPES Campus

Tel : +91-135-2770137

Energy Acres

Fax : +91 135- 27760904

P.O. Bidholi, Via Prem Nagar

Website : www.upes.ac.in

COURSE PLAN

Subject:

Course:

Duration:

Subject code:
One Session: 60 Minutes

A. OBJECTIVES:
a) The objectives of this course are to make students familiar with the fundamental concepts of chemistry.
b) This course provides the students with a strong background of the chemistry of engineering materials and shows how
these concepts are applied to petroleum and petrochemical industries.
c) This course helps in creating quality human resources to enhance the productivity of the existing petroleum and
petrochemical industries which provide cost effective substitute of natural products, which not only help conserving our
natural resources but also spur economic growth
d) The entire module will enable our students as a future petroleum/gas engineer or technologist for solving problems
faced by the petroleum industries and giving new dimensions to the petroleum products.

B. COURSE OUTLINE
Basic knowledge of Chemistry

C. PEDAGOGY

Presentations (Individual/Group)
Class Test
Quiz
Assignments
Video presentations

D. COURSE COMPLETION PLAN

Details of Subject
1. Subject________________________Code ._____Credit___
Class

_____________Branch_______________ Sem_______________

Course Progress
I

II

III

IV

VI

Duration
Lecture
taken
% of Syllabus
covered
Signature of
Faculty
HoD
Dean/Directo
r

Summary of Course
Summar
y

No. of
Lecture
s

Test /
Quiz

Assignmen Tutorial
t

Plan
Conduct
Remarks

HOD

Dean

E. EVALUATION & GRADING


Description

Weight age

Schedule

1.

Internal Examination

30%

Detailed Below

2.

Mid-term Exam

20%

Academic Calendar

3.

End-term Exam

50%

Academic Calendar

% of
syllabus
Covered

I)

Internal Assessment Record Sheet (Including Mid Term Examination Marks) will be displayed on LMS at the end
of semester i.e. last week of regular classroom teaching.
1-CLASS TESTS/QUIZZES: Two Common Class tests based on descriptive type theoretical & numerical questions
and two Quizzes may be held. One common class test at least ten days before the Mid Term Examination and
second common class test at least ten days before the End Term Examination. Those who do not appear in
common class tests shall lose their marks.
The marks obtained by the students will be displayed on LMS/ NOTICE BOARD a week before the start of Mid
Term and End Term Examinations respectively.

2-ASSIGNMENTS: After completion of each unit or in the mid of the unit, there will be home assignments based on
theory and numerical problems. Those who fail to submit the assignments by the due date shall lose their
marks. At least two assignments will be given during the semester.
The marks obtained by the students will be displayed on LMS/ NOTICE BOARD after each submission and
subsequent evaluation.

3-GENERAL DISCIPLINE: Based on students attendance, regularity, punctuality, sincerity and behavior in the
class.
The marks obtained by the students will be displayed on LMS/ NOTICE BOARD at the end of semester.

MID TERM EXAMINATION:- WEIGHTAGE20%


Mid Term examination shall be Two Hours duration and shall be a combination of Short and Long theory
Questions.
Evaluated Answer Sheets will be shown to the students by 24th March 2015.

(II) END TERM EXAMINATION:-WEIGHTAGE50%


End Term Examination shall be Three Hours duration and shall be a combination of Short and Long
theory/Numerical Questions.
Section A:

6 compulsory questions

Section B:

2 questions out of which 1 is to be attempted

Section C:

1 compulsory question distributed branch wise

Evaluated Answer Sheets will be shown to the students by 22nd May 2015.

F. DETAILED SESSION PLAN


TOPICS

Sessions
(No.)

Readings

Assignment
(Presentation
/Case/Quiz
/test/other)

1. FUELS AND THERMOCHEMISTRY


a) Introduction, types, comparison and characteristics of a good
fuel
b) Composition of petroleum and fractional distillation (byproducts formation and their temp. Range)
c) Calorific value and its determination by bomb-calorimeter,
numerical
d) Combustion of fuels and its calculations based on volume and
weight of oxygen and air
e) Coal analysis, proximate analysis, numerical
f) Ultimate analysis (C,H,N,S,O), numerical - Octane Number,
Cetane Number definition, characteristics and methods to
increase ON&CN.

2
3

1 Test

4
5
6

c-g

7
g)

Introduction to thermochemistry heat of reaction at constant


pressure and volume.
h) Enthalpy of formation, enthalpy of neutralization, enthalpy of
combustion, bond energy, numerical. Hesss law of constant
heat summation and its application, Hf, Hcom, bond energy

2. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
a) Inductive effect, Electromeric effect, Resonance and
Hyperconjugation
b) Types of fission, Reactive intermediates Carbonium ion

10
11

c) Carbanions, Free radicals and Types of organic reactions


d) Aliphatic nucleophilic substitution-SN1 and SN2,
stereochemistry

12
13
14

h-i & m-n

1 Test

e) Electrophilic substitution with energy profile- Halogenation


f) Nitration, sulphonation and Friedel craft reaction (comparison
also)
g) Addition reactions electrophilic and nucleophilic

15
16
17
18

h) Elimination- E and E
i)

Elimination vs. substitution, Baeyer Villiger oxidation

j) Pinacol- pinacolone rearrangement


3. CORROSION
a) Introduction, facts and causes, pilling bedworth rule, dry
theory and its mechanism
b) Wet theory & its mechanism, acid theory, types (galvanic,
pitting, differential aeration, water line corrosion etc.)

19
c-g

1 Assignment

a-b & j

1 Test

20

21
c) Factors affecting and prevention
4. SOLID STATE
a) Introduction, Types of solids, Types of crystals, Elements of
symmetry and No. of atoms per unit cell

22

b) Bravais lattice, Different crystal structure- AB, AB 2, A2B type


and examples.

23

c) Braggs equation, diamond, graphite and Fullerenes

24

5. ELECTROCHEMISTRY
a) Conductance and its types, Variation of conductance with
dilution and Theoretical aspect of electrolysis, Kohlrauschs
law
b) Galvanic cell & Electrochemical cell, Single electrode
potential, Cell reaction, EMF, Nernst equation

25

a- g & j

1 Test

a-g & j

1 Test

26

27
c) ECS and its applications, Transport Number and its
determination

28

d) Conductometry and applications, pHmetry, potentiometry

6. CHEMICAL KINETICS
a) Rate of Reaction, Rate Constant, Order of reaction (0, 1,2 &3),
molecularity of reaction, factor affecting the rate of reaction
b) Rate law expression for zero, I, II (A+B), III (3A) and
nth order of reaction for one reactant
c) Method for determination of reaction
Steady state approximation up to 5 or 6 steps

29

30

31

d) Concept of activation energy and energy barrier


32
e) Lindmann mechanism for Unimolecular reaction
f) Kinetics of complex reactions (Reversible, parallel,
consecutive and chain and chain reactions)

33
34

7. POLYMERS
35

a) Introduction, classification and


Physical properties, tacticity

c-g & k

1 Assignment

36

b) Types of polymerization and techniques

37
c) Copolymers, vulcanization, PVC,
38

polyurethane, PAN, PET and polyamides


d) Polyethylene, polypropylene, Resins
(phenol-formaldehyde) and
Polymethylmethacrylate
8. NANOCHEMISTRY
a) Introduction, Properties, types, Methods of preparation

1 Assignment

39
b) Characterization techniques (AFM, SEM, TEM, XRD)
Application areas
Total Sessions*

40
40

*One Session=One Hr

F. SUGGESTED READINGS:
BOOKS:S.No.

Title

Author

Publisher

a.

Principles of Physical Chemistry

B.R .Puri, L.R. Sharma


and M.S. Pathania

Vishal Publishing Co.

b.

Essentials of Physical Chemistry

S. Chand & Co. Ltd.

c.

Engineering Chemistry

B.S. Bahl, G.D. Tuli and


Arun Bahl
Jain & Jain

d.

Engineering Chemistry

Gurtu and Singhal

Pragati Prakashan

Dhanpat Rai

e.

Engineering Chemistry

Shashi Chawla

Dhanpat Rai Company

f.

Engineering Chemistry

Sunita Rattan

Katson

g.

Engineering Chemistry

Mani, Mishra & Singhal

Cengage Learning

h.

A Text Book of Organic Chemistry

Arun Bahl & B.S. Bahl

S. Chand & Co. Ltd.

i.

Organic Chemistry

Morrison & Boyd

Pearson Education

j.

Physical Chemistry
Vol I, III & IV
Polymer Chemistry

K.L.Kapoor

MacMillon

Gwariker, Viswanathan &


Sreedhar
Sulbha K. Kulkarni

New Age International


Ltd.
Capital

O.P.Agarwal

Dhanpat Rai

Singhal & Singhal

Pragati

k.
l.

Nanotechnology: Principles and


Practices
m. Reaction Mechanism
n.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry- II

Web Sources: www.slideworld.com


www.chalkbored.com
www.authorsstream.com
www.4shared.com
www.chemguide.co.uk
www.karentimberlake.com

GUIDELINES
Cell Phones and other Electronic Communication Devices: Cell phones and other electronic communication devices (such as
Blackberries/Laptops) are not permitted in classes during Tests or the Mid/Final Examination. Such devices MUST be turned
off in the class room.
E-Mail and LMS: Each student in the class should have an e-mail id and a pass word to access the LMS system regularly.
Regularly, important information Date of conducting class tests, guest lectures, via LMS. The best way to arrange meetings

with us or ask specific questions is by email and prior appointment. All the assignments preferably should be uploaded on
LMS. Various research papers/reference material will be mailed/uploaded on LMS time to time.
Attendance: Students are required to have minimum attendance of 75% in each subject. Students with less than said
percentage shall NOT be allowed to appear in the end semester examination.

Passing criterion: Student has to secure minimum 30%/40% marks of the highest marks in the class scored by a
student in that subject (in that class/group class) individually in both the End-Semester examination and Total
Marks in order to pass in that paper.

Passing Criterion for B. Tech: minimum 30% of the highest marks in the class

Passing Criterion for M. Tech: minimum 40% of the highest marks in the class