pddassign2-2009 - 10 Each student is expected to give...

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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, PILANI SEMESTER-II, 2008-2009 PROCESS DESIGN DECISIONS (CHE C332) ASSIGNMENT-2 Instructor-in-charge: Prof B V Babu Instructors: Mr Ashish M Gujarathi & Mr Dipaloy Datta Last Date for Submission: 24-04-2009 (Friday), before 5 pm Date: April 04, 2009 (Saturday) Instructions: 1. Use only A4 size white papers. 2. Each individual student has to submit his/her assignment separately. 3. On the first page, write your Group number, and full name along with ID number. Put the signature against your name. 4. Submit the assignment on or before the deadline to Mr Ashish M Gujarathi / Mr Dipaloy Datta. 5. Write the date and time of submission at the bottom of the first page. 6. Give justification for the assumptions made, if any. 7. Include all the possible alternatives of the solution. 8. Include Results & Discussion, and Conclusions sections. 9. Discuss thoroughly the results obtained with proper analysis in Results & Discussion section, and draw concrete conclusions in the Conclusions section.
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Unformatted text preview: 10. Each student is expected to give his/her own interpretations of the results independently. (Contd…) - Page 2 - Q. Solve the following two problems (Ref: ‘Conceptual Design of Chemical Processes’ by J M Douglas, McGraw Hill, 1988) mentioned against each group of 9 students. Group – 1 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-3 & 6.8-1) 2005A5A1649P – 2005B2A1587P Group – 2 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-2 & 6.8-2) 2005B2A1610P – 2005B3A1668P Group – 3 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-4 & 6.8-4) 2005B3A1780P – 2005B5A1617P Group – 4 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-5 & 6.8-3) 2005B5A1693P – 2006A1PS205P Group – 5 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-10 & 6.8-8) 2006A1PS209P – 2006A1PS417P Group – 6 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-9 & 6.8-9) 2006A1PS420P – 2006A1PS444P Group – 7 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-6 & 6.8-7) 2006A1PS446P – 2006A1PS496P Group – 8 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-7 & 6.8-5) 2006A1PS497P – 2006A1PS544P Group – 9 : (Problem Nos. 5.4-8 & 6.8-6) 2006A1PS552P – 2008H101014P...
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