Preparation Tips For Chemical Engineering
The common examination which was conducted in all India level for engineering graduates is GATE examination. The main purpose of this is to check the candidate’s knowledge and ability in engineering.
Students based on different engineering domain are applying for this exam. For example students of CSE, IT, ECE, CHE, EIE, EEE etc are applying. Hence there is a tough competition is there. In order to achieve in the exam the applicants must be strong in their domain. How to Prepare GATE Chemical Engineering, please check below.
GATE Chemical Engineering Cracking Material
Chemical Engineering is one of the preferable branches in the GATE examination. It is noted that the number of candidates appeared for Chemical Engineering in GATE 2016 is 18642. This is a best example for the role of Chemical Engineering in studies and career opportunities.
Syllabus for GATE 2017 Chemical Engineering
Before going to prepare for the GATE 2017 exam, the candidates must know the syllabus for their subject. The syllabus for Chemical Engineering is mentioned below:
|Engineering Maths||15% of Total Marks|
|General Aptitude||15% of Total Marks|
|Subject Questions||70% of Total Marks|
It is clear from the above table that the 70% of questions is asked from Chemical Engineering. The syllabus can be downloaded from www.gate.iitr.ernet.in also.
Tips for cracking Chemical Engineering
The important topics that are to be prepared for chemical engineering is
- Process Calculations and Thermodynamics
- Fluid Mechanics and Chemical Operations
- Particle Size and Shape
- Heat Transfer
- Instrumentation and Process Control
For preparing Chemical Engineering topics the candidates can study the following books.
- Chemical Process Calculations by K. Asokan
- Stoichiometry and Process Calculations by Narayanan, Laxmikutty
- Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics by Smith, Ven Ness, Abbott
- Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics by K.V. Narayanan
- Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics by Ron Darby, Ronald Darby
Chemical Reaction Engineering
- Chemical Reaction Engineering by Octave Levenspiel
- Fundamentals of Chemical Reaction Engineering by H. Scott Fogler