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Chemical
  • About
  • Vision & Mission
  • Syllabus
  • Resource and Facilities
  • Staff
  • Events
  • Project
  • Toppers

Dwarkadas. J. Sanghvi College of Engineering has started the course in CHEMICAL ENGINEERING , in 1994 with an intake of 60.

The department is having the state-of-the-art infrastructure, which includes fully airconditioned class rooms, laboratories, staff rooms and tutorial room. All the classrooms and laboratories are equipped with modern amenities such as OHP, multimedia projection, internet access during lectures. The college is also havingWireless Internet access for all the departments.

The department is having highly qualified, experienced and dedicated teaching and supporting staff having pursued their Masters and Doctorate degrees from topmost colleges of India including the IITs and ICT. Under the guidance of the management and principal the department is flourishing by leaps and bounds. It helped the department to attract not only meritorious students but also the rank holders in the first year admission done on the basis of their marks in HSC level and CET examination. The department is committed to excellence in teaching-learning process and pursuing research and development.

Vision

To achieve academic excellence and continue to develop a world class department capable of creating technically competent and socially responsible chemical engineering professionals for meeting the ever-changing aspirations of  industry and society at large.

 

Mission

To create a conducive academic ambience through competent and committed faculty along with world class infrastructural back up, wherein the learners can groom and transform themselves into talented engineering professionals with a flair for research and urge for knowledge enhancement.

To provide a platform to learners to interact with professional bodies, industries and other nodal agencies, so as to get aligned with the ongoing global technological trends and social aspirations.

To acquaint learners with green technology and support them develop sustainable designs and systems.

Impart training on soft skills and value education and achieve adequate personality traits.

 

 PEOs

To lay a strong foundation in basic sciences and engineering fundamentals, develop capability to solve complex engineering problems and motivate to pursue research and higher studies.

To train learners with engineering skills to comprehend, analyse and design systems to address real life problems.

To inculcate soft skills, professional ethics so that the learners develop capability to utilise engineering skills and knowledge with a broader social perspective.

To initiate industry institute collaboration and to evolve confidence and professional competency with multidisciplinary approach in learners to associate with the industries to meet global challenges.

Bring awareness about the need for practicing green technology for sustainable growth and development

 

Program Specific Outcomes

The graduates of this program will be able to apply chemical engineering principles to design and operate chemical and process plants in a safe, economically viable and environmentally benign manner.

They will be able to analyse open-ended problems and carry out necessary experimentation to collect, interpret and scale-up data for design of new processes and products.

They will be able to use modern tools such as mathematical softwares and process simulators, and where necessary develop custom applications to meet industrial and academic needs.

They will be able to communicate and interact effectively in their profession maintaining the highest professional and ethical standards.

They will be able to start and sustain new enterprises in chemical and allied fields.

S.E.

Semester 3 

  • Advance Chemistry - I
  • Process Calculations
  • Electronics and Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Application
  • Applied Mathematics - III
  • Presentation and Communication Techniques

Semester 4

  • Advance Chemistry - II
  • Fluid Flow
  • Material Science and Technology
  • Applied Mathematics - IV
  • Plant Utilities
  • Strenght of materials and fabrication technologies

T.E.

Semester 5

  • Heat Transfer Operations
  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics - II
  • Process Equipment Design and Drawing - I
  • Chemical Engineering Economics
  • Solid Fluid Mechanical Operations
  • Mass Transfer Operaions - I

 

  Semester 6

  • Chemical Processes - I
  • Chemical Engineering Economics
  • Mass Transfer Operaions - II
  • Process Equipment Design and Drawing - II
  • Reaction Kinetics
  • Elective - I
    • Piping Engineering 
    • Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering
    • Optimization and Operations Research

 

B.E.

Semester 7

  • Reaction kinetics
  • Instrumentation and process Control
  • process Engineering
  • Chemical process-II
  • Project-A
  • Elective-II
    • Food Processing Technology
    • Polymer Engineering
    • Nuclear Engineering
    • Project Engineering and Entrepreneurship Management
    • Petrochemical and Refining Technology

 

Semester 8

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering
  • Modeling & Simulation in Chemical Engineering
  • Seminar
  • Elective-III
    • Membrane Process Design 
    • Industrial Safety
    • Energy System Design
    • Nanotechnology
    • Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Project - B

 

 

The department is having fully air-conditioned and well equipped two class rooms, three laboratories, 1 Tutorial room and a Language Laboratory to run the undergraduate course.

Some of the important laboratories include:

  • Mass Transfer Operation1/ Chemical Reaction Engineering/Instrumentation and Process Control Lab
  • Solid Fluid Mechanical Operation/ Mass Transfer Operation2 Lab
  • Reaction Kinetics/Environmental Engineering/Advance Chemistry Lab

The laboratories are equipped to perform the experiments as per the syllabus of University of
Mumbai. The laboratories have both the basic and advanced equipments needed to understand the various aspects of Chemical Engineering. Because of the dedicated faculty members, well-planned academic activities and well-equipped laboratories, the students are having more exposure to the recent technologies.

Some of the important equipments/ trainer sets include:
Heat Transfer through composite wall Heat Transfer in Laminar Flow
Heat Transfer in Turbulent Flow Heat Transfer in Natural Convection
Heat Transfer in Finned tube exchanger Unsteady State Heat Transfer
Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Single Effect Evaporator
Heat Transfer in Condensation Heat Transfer in agitated vessels with cooling coils
Emissivity Measurement Packed Column (One pump with regulator)
Flow through circular pipe (One pump with regulator) Flow through circular Annulus (One pump with regulator)
Flow through Orifice meter (One pump with regulator) Flow through V notch (One pump with regulator)
Flow through Fluidized bed (One pump with regulator) Viscosity by Strokes Law
Viscosity by efflux time Power consumption in agitated vessel
Centrifugal Pump Reynolds Experiment
Magnetic Stirrer assembly Rotameter
CSTR PFR
Ball Mill Sieve Analysis
Leaf Filter with Vacuum pump Sedimentation
Set up of Elutriation with one pump Set up of Froth Floatation
Vacuum Filtration Jaw Crusher
Hammer mill Plate and Frame Filter press
Cyclone Separator Sigma Mixer
Muller Mill Vacuum Filter
Electronic weight Balances Constant Temperature water bath
Water Demineralizer Polarimeter for Inversion of Sugar
Nephalo Turbidity meter Flame photometer with air compressor (One pump with regulator)
UV Spectrophotometer Incubator
Dragger Tube/Pump Sound Level Meter
Weighing Balances Vacuum pump
PH meter Oven
Double Distillation apparatus Orsat apparatus
Atmospheric Tray Dryer Tempo Steam Bath
Tempo Hot Plate Stirrer with Motor
Vacuum Tray Dryer Blower
Vacuum Distillation Compressor
Fraction HP pumps Packed Extraction Column
Spray Extraction Column Single Tank System
Two Tank Interacting System Two Tank non Interacting System
Level Control System Flow Control System

The computational facilities available with department include:

  • No. of Computers: - 20
  • All computers are in LAN connections with internet facility
  • 3 Laser Printers
  • 1 Scanner
  • 7 Laptops
  • Softwares
  1. Chemcad
  2. Scilab
  3. Aspen Plus (for one year)
  4. DWSIM
  5. Cape Open COCO


In addition to the well-planned academic activities related to the classroom and the laboratory instructions, the department also encourages the staff members and students to arrange seminars, paper presentation on various topics of academic interest, arrange industrial visits, technical exhibition, summer/winter schools etc.

  • RameshDr. V. RameshProfessor & HOD
  • Dr.(Mrs) Alpana MahapatraDr.(Mrs) Alpana
    Mahapatra
    Professor
  • Prof . Arvind PrasadProf . Arvind PrasadAssociate Professor
  • Dr. ( Mrs. ) Aparna N. TamaskarDr.(Mrs.) Aparna N.
    Tamaskar
    Associate Professor
  • Prof.( Mrs. ) Rashmi KumarProf.( Mrs. ) Rashmi
    Kumar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.( Mrs.) Rupali D. KarandeProf.( Mrs.) Rupali
    D. Karande
    Associate Professor
  • Prof . Vishal J. ShahProf . Vishal J. ShahAssistant Professor
  • Prof . Pradeep G. TalwelkarProf . Pradeep G.
    Talwelkar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof( M s . ) Miloni KamdarProf( M s. )
    Miloni Kamdar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof . ShashikantProf . Shashikant
    Sankhe
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Dalvi Sanjay DashrathProf. Dalvi Sanjay
    Dashrath
    Ass istant Professor
  • .Dr. Ajitkumar S.
    Gudekar
    Assistant Professor
  • RameshDr. V. RameshProfessor & HOD
  • Dr.(Mrs) Alpana MahapatraDr.(Mrs) Alpana
    Mahapatra
    Professor
  • Prof . Arvind PrasadProf . Arvind PrasadAssociate Professor
  • Dr. ( Mrs. ) Aparna N. TamaskarDr.(Mrs.) Aparna N.
    Tamaskar
    Associate Professor
  • Prof.( Mrs. ) Rashmi KumarProf.( Mrs. ) Rashmi
    Kumar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.( Mrs.) Rupali D. KarandeProf.( Mrs.) Rupali
    D. Karande
    Associate Professor
  • Prof . Vishal J. ShahProf . Vishal J. ShahAssistant Professor
  • Prof . Pradeep G. TalwelkarProf . Pradeep G.
    Talwelkar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof( M s . ) Miloni KamdarProf( M s. )
    Miloni Kamdar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof . ShashikantProf . Shashikant
    Sankhe
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Dalvi Sanjay DashrathProf. Dalvi Sanjay
    Dashrath
    Ass istant Professor
  • .Dr. Ajitkumar S.
    Gudekar
    Assistant Professor

Various seminars and conferences are organized by the department throughout the year where the experts from the industries and other organizations guide the young talent and faculty. The following are the details of the various training programs and Seminars/ workshops organized by the department in a short span of 3 years.
 

  • Outstanding Youth Chemical Engineer (OYCE) in April 2009 conducted by IICHE
  • Aroma Seminar on 6th of March 2010
  • Process Engineering Chronicle on 10th April 2010, 135 participants from within as well as from other colleges in Mumbai
  • Plant commissioning workshop for two days on 3rd and 4th September 2010 organised by Dr A. N. Tamaskar 80 participants from within and other colleges.
  • Workshop on Chemical Computing in 2011 conducted by Prof Arvind Prasad and Dr V. Ramesh
  • Practical aspects of Process Engineering on 24th September 2011
  • N. R. Kamath Quiz (ChEQ) 2011 on 22nd October 2011
  • Wave 2012 on 27th and 28th of September 2012, A National level seminar cum workshop
  • Many industrial visits are arranged for the students. Most recent ones being,

    RCF 12th and 13th March 2012
    ONGC Uran 25th February 2012

2011

  1. Butyl Acetate
  2. Optimal Control by Evolutionary Stategies
  3. Performance Optimization of a debutanizer column
  4. Distillation column control with optimal sensor location
  5. Synthesis of heat exchanger networks
  6. Hydrogen Peroxide
  7. Polyvinyl Chloride
  8. Acetic Acid
  9. Polyester
  10. Sodium Hydroxide
  11. Aniline
  12. Bromohexine Hydrochloride
  13. Piperazine
  14. Recovery of Copper and Nickel using LEM
  15. Diesel Hydro treatement
  16. Catalytic Recycling of to usable fuels
  17. Polypropylene
  18. Nitrogen
  19. Hydrocracking
  20. Nylon 66
  21. Methyl Acetate
  22. Remediation of Oil Spills
  23. Biodiesel
  24. Effect of crude quality on motor spirit production yields
  25. Developing column hydraulics and inter
  26. nal program using VBA

2010

  1. Hydrazine
  2. Acetic Acid
  3. Xylitol
  4. Effluent Treatment Plant
  5. Ammonium Bicarbonate
  6. Liquid Sulphur Dioxide
  7. Para Chloro Benzaldehyde
  8. Nitric acid
  9. 2-ethyl hexanol
  10. Adiponitrile
  11. Optimization in Column Sequencing
  12. Ethylene
  13. Di-Butyl Pthalate
  14. Vegetable Wax
  15. Ethylene Dichloride
  16. Desulphurization of Diesel
  17. Salicylic acid
  18. Caustic soda
  19. Nitrochlorobenzene
  20. Xylene
  21. Hydrogen
  22. Dynamic Simulation of Reactive
  23. Distillation
  24. Biodiesel
  25. Tramadol
  26. Sodium Nitrite & Nitrate

2009

  1. 1,3- Butadine
  2. Abs. Alcohol
  3. Acetene
  4. Acrylic Acid
  5. Air Separation by cryogenic distillation & PSA
  6. Alkylation flowsheet optimisation using
  7. differential evolution
  8. Anhydrous Hydrofluoric and Chemical
  9. Bio- Diesel
  10. Bisphenol A
  11. Carbon Monoxide
  12. Carbon Tetrachloride
  13. Cinnamaldehyde
  14. Diethyl Malonate
  15. Dynamics of Reactive distillation column
  16. Epichlorohydrin
  17. Erythromycin Stearate
  18. I-Butene
  19. Iso- Butyl Acetate
  20. Mannitol
  21. Methyl Ethyl Ketone
  22. Nitromethane
  23. Online Optimisation
  24. Optimisation of Ammonia Reactor
  25. Optimisation of Separation process for a
  26. Multicomponent Mixture
  27. Oxobiodegradable Plastics
  28. Para Anisaldehyde
  29. Para Cresol
  30. Paracetamol
  31. Phthalic Anhydride
  32. Pyridine
  33. Recovery of Cu and Ni from Electroplating industry
  34. effluent
  35. Saccharin
  36. Succinic Acid
  37. Thiophene
  38. Toluene
  39. Tri-Butyl Phosphate

2008

  1. 2 chloro ethanol
  2. Acetophenone
  3. Acrylonitrile
  4. Adipic Acid
  5. Ammonium Nitrate
  6. Boric Acid
  7. Benzyl Acetate
  8. Bio oil
  9. Curcumin
  10. Diethyl ether
  11. Desalination Of Sea
  12. Water
  13. Dextrose
  14. DMSO
  15. Ethyl Amine
  16. Ethyl Acetate
  17. Ethyl Tertiary Butyl Ether
  18. Ethyl benzene
  19. Ethylene Glycol
  20. Furfural
  21. Glycerine
  22. hexamethylene Diamine
  23. Hydrazine
  24. iso Octane
  25. lactic Acid
  26. Natural Gas liquids
  27. n-Butyl Acetate
  28. Nitric Acid
  29. Penicillin
  30. Pentanol
  31. P- nitrotoluene
  32. Research of CS137
  33. Sorbic Acid
  34. Sulfuric Acid
  35. Thionyl Chloride
  36. Thiourea

2007

  1. Acrilo Nitrile
  2. Acetaldehyde
  3. Adipic Acid
  4. Ammonium Sulphate
  5. anthra quinone
  6. Ascorbic Acid
  7. Benzaldehyde
  8. Benzene
  9. Carbon tetra chloride
  10. Cinnamaldehyde
  11. Dichloro Difluromethane
  12. Dimethyle aniline
  13. Dimethyle Ether
  14. Dimethyl Sulfate
  15. DMT
  16. Glyoxalic Acid
  17. Isobutyl benzene
  18. Isobutylene
  19. Linear Alkyl Benzyl sulfonate
  20. Maleic Anhydride
  21. Methanol
  22. Monochloro Benzene
  23. Methyl tertiary Butyl Ether
  24. Mono Sodium Glutamate
  25. Ortho Chloro Phenol
  26. Oxalic Acid
  27. Propylene
  28. Penta Erythritol
  29. Phenyl Ethyl Alcohol
  30. Potassium Sulfate
  31. Terephthalic Acid
  32. Trichloro Ethylene
  33. Trioxane
  34. Vinyl Chloride

2006

  1. 2- Amino 5-chlorobenzoic
  2. Acid
  3. 2-t-butyl phenol
  4. Acetonitrile
  5. Acetyl Chloride
  6. Calcium Phophate
  7. Chloro difluoromethane
  8. Chlorosulphonic Acid
  9. Cumen
  10. Diamyl phthalate
  11. Ethanol Amine
  12. Formic acid
  13. Glycine
  14. HFCS
  15. Hydrogen Peroxide
  16. Hydroquinone
  17. Maleic anhydride
  18. Malonic Acid
  19. Methane Sulphonyl Chloride
  20. Methyl Pyridine
  21. Nonyl Phenol
  22. Nylon 6
  23. OCPNA / PCONA
  24. o-nitrophenol
  25. Parathion
  26. Phenol formaldehyde Resin
  27. Phenyl Acetic Acid
  28. Phosphoric Acid
  29. para toluidine
  30. t-butanol
  31. Tetra hydrofuron
  32. Tri fluraline
  33. Vinyl acetate Monomer

2005

  1. Acetic Anhydride
  2. Acetyl Chloride
  3. Aniline
  4. Aspirin
  5. Benzoic acid
  6. Biodiesel
  7. Butenediol
  8. Butyl Alcohol
  9. Cement
  10. Cinnamic Acid
  11. Citric Acid
  12. Diacetone Alcohol
  13. Ethylene Glycol Monostearate
  14. Ethanol from Molasses
  15. Ethyl Cholride
  16. Ethylene Oxide
  17. Formaldehye
  18. Glyoxal Liquid 40%
  19. IPA
  20. Isoamyl Alcohol
  21. Methyl Chloride
  22. Methyl Cyclopropyl Ketone
  23. Monochlorobenzene
  24. Napthalene
  25. Nitrobenzene
  26. Nylon 66
  27. Oleic Acid
  28. Polypropylene
  29. Polyster
  30. Polystyrene
  31. SBR
  32. Soda ash
  33. Sodium Sulfate
  34. t-butyl cyclohexyl acetate
  35. Urea

2004

  1. 2-Amino Benzonitrile
  2. Acetic acid
  3. Adiponitrile
  4. Allyl Chloride
  5. Amyl Bromide
  6. Benzene Sulfonic Acid
  7. Benzophenone
  8. Caustic Soda
  9. Chlorobezaldehyde
  10. Chloroform
  11. Ethylene dichloride
  12. Hexafluoro Phosphoric Acid
  13. Metaphenoxy benzyl Alcohol
  14. Niacine
  15. Nitric Acid
  16. ONCB/ PNCB/ MNCB
  17. Paramethxyphenol Acetic
  18. Acid
  19. Pectin
  20. Phenol
  21. Salicylic Acid
  22. Styrene
  23. Sulphanic Acid
  24. Toluene
  25. Trimethoprine

Rank
RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT YEAR
Second Sachin Kamath MAY 2011
Seventh Ameya Thakurdesai MAY 2011
Second Framurz Patel MAY 2010
Fifteenth Rahul Shah MAY 2009