Link | NPTEL Course Name | NPTEL Lecture Title |
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Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 1 - Course Overview - I |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 2 - Course Overview - II |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 3 - Design Equations - I |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 4 - Design Equations - Illustrative Examples |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 5 - Design Equations - II : Plug Flow Recycle Reactors |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 6 - Illustrative Examples : 1) Plug Flow Recycle 2) Multiple reactions - I |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 7 - Illustrative Examples : 1) Recycle Reactor with Condenser 2) CSTR with Recycle |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 8 - Multiple Reactions - II |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 9 - Modelling Multiple Reactions in Soil Environment - III |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 10 - Semi Continuous Reactor Operation |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 11 - Catalyst Deactivation - I |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 12 - Catalyst Deactivation - II |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 13 - Illustrative Example : 1) Determination of deactivation Parameters 2) Design for Deactivating Catalyst |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 14 - Energy Balance - I |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 15 - Energy Balance - II |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 16 - Reacting Fluids as Energy Carrier |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 17 - Illustrative Example : Energy Balance in Stirred Vessels |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 18 - Energy Balance - III : Design for Constant T Operation |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 19 - Energy Balance - IV : Temperature Effects on Rate & Equilibria |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 20 - Energy Balance - V : Stability Analysis of Exothermic Stirred Tank |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 21 - Illustrative Example : Stability of Exothermic Stirred Tank |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 22 - Energy Balance - VI : 1) Tubular Reactor Heated/Cooled from Wall 2) Transient Behavior of CSTR |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 23 - Illustrative Example : 1) Plug Flow with Heat Effects 2) Multiple Reactions |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 24 - Illustrative Example : 1) Further Considerations in Energy Balance 2) Multiple Reactions |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 25 - Illustrative Example : 1) Hot Spot as Design Basis 2) Design for Instantaneous Reactions |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 26 - Residence Time Distribution Methods |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 27 - Residence Time Distribution Models |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 28 - Shrinking core Gas-Solid reactions Model |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 29 - Shrinking core Ash Diffusion Model & Combination of Resistances |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 30 - 1) Gas Solid Reactions Temperature Effects on Rate & Equilibria 2) Introduction to Population Balance - I |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 31 - Illustrative Example : Temperature Effects on Rate & Equilibria |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 32 - Population Balance Modelling - II |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 33 - Population Balance Modelling - III |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 34 - Illustrative Examples : Population Balance Models |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 35 - Introduction to Environmental Reactions |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 36 - Reaction Engineering Examples in Biochemical & Environmental Engineering |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 37 - Illustrative Examples : 1) Biomethanation 2) Alcohol via Fermentation 3) Natural Selection |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 38 - Illustrative Examples : 1) Enzyme Reaction 2) Microbial Reaction 3) Waste Treatment |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 39 - Oxygen Sag Analysis in Rivers |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 40 - Illustrative Examples : 1) Oxygen Sag Analysis 2) Population Balance Modelling of Forest 3) Sponge Iron Process |

Link | Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering (PG) | Lecture 41 - Illustrative Example : Gas- Solid Reaction RTD Models Reaction Network |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 1 - Introduction and Motivation |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 2 - Linearization of Mechanistic Models |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 3 - Linearization of Mechanistic Models (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 4 - Introduction to z-transforms and Development of Grey-box models |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 5 - Introduction to Stability Analysis and Development of Output Error Models |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 6 - Introduction to Stochastic Processes |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 7 - Introduction to Stochastic Processes (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 8 - Development of ARX models |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 9 - Statistical Properties of ARX models and Development of ARMAX models |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 10 - Development of ARMAX models (Continued...) and Issues in Model Development |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 11 - Model Structure Selection and Issues in Model Development (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 12 - Issues in Model Development (Continued...) and State Realizations of Transfer Function Models |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 13 - Stability Analysis of Discrete Time Systems |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 14 - Lyapunov Functions and Interaction Analysis and Multi-loop Control |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 15 - Interaction Analysis and Multi-loop Control (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 16 - Multivariable Decoupling Control and Soft Sensing and State Estimation |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 17 - Development of Luenberger Observer |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 18 - Development of Luenberger Observer (Continued...) and Introduction to Kalman Filtering |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 19 - Kalman Filtering |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 20 - Kalman Filtering (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 21 - Kalman Filtering (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 22 - Pole Placement State Feedback Control Design and Introduction to Linear Quadratic Gaussian (LQG) Control |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 23 - Linear Quadratic Gaussian (LQG) Regulator Design |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 24 - Linear Quadratic Gaussian (LQG) Controller Design |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 25 - Model Predictive Control (MPC) |

Link | Advanced Process Control | Lecture 26 - Model Predictive Control (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 1 - Introduction to catalysts and catalysis |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 2 - Steps in catalytic reaction: adsorption, desorption and reaction |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 3 - Derivation of the rate equation |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 4 - Heterogenous data analysis for reactor design - I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 5 - Heterogenous data analysis for reactor design - II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 6 - Catalyst deactivation and accounting for it in design - I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 7 - Catalyst deactivation and accounting for it in design - II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 8 - Synthesize the rate equation |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 9 - Introduction to intraparticle diffusion |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 10 - Intraparticle diffusion: Thiele modulus and effectiveness factor Part - I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 11 - Intraparticle diffusion: Thiele modulus and effectiveness factor Part - II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 12 - Intraparticle diffusion: Thiele modulus and effectiveness factor Part - III |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 13 - Effectiveness factor and Introduction to external mass transfer |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 14 - External Mass Transfer |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 15 - Implications to rate data interpretation and design - I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 16 - Implications to rate data interpretation and design - II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 17 - Packed-bed reactor design |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 18 - Fluidized bed reactor design - I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 19 - Fluidized bed reactor design - II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 20 - Gas-liquid reactions-1: Theories of mass transfer into agitated liquids |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 21 - GLR-2: Effect of chemical reaction on mass transfer: the slow reaction regime |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 22 - GLR-3: Transition to fast reaction, and the Fast reaction regime |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 23 - GLR-4: Fast reaction example; Instantaneous reaction regime |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 24 - GLR-5: Transition to Instantaneous reaction; Reaction regimes in surface renewal theories |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 25 - GLR-6: Reaction regimes in surface renewal theories (Continued..) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 26 - GLR-7: Surface renewal theories: Instantaneous reaction and Summing up |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 27 - Fluid-solid non-catalytic reactions - I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 28 - Fluid-solid non-catalytic reactions - II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 29 - Fluid-solid non-catalytic reactions - III |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 30 - Distribution of residence time |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 31 - Measurement of residence time distribution |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 32 - Residence time distribution function |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 33 - Reactor diagnostics and troubleshooting |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 34 - Modeling non-ideal reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 35 - Residence time distribution: Performance of non-ideal reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 36 - Non-ideal Reactors: Tanks-in-series model |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 37 - Non-ideal Reactors: Dispersion model |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 38 - Non-ideal Reactors: Dispersion model and introduction to multiparameter models |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering II | Lecture 39 - Non-ideal Reactors: Multiparameter models |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 1 - Introduction and Overview |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 2 - Fundamentals of Vector Spaces |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 3 - Basic Dimension and Sub-space of a Vector Space |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 4 - Introduction to Normed Vector Spaces |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 5 - Examples of Norms,Cauchy Sequence and Convergence, Introduction to Banach Spaces |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 6 - Introduction to Inner Product Spaces |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 7 - Cauchy Schwaz Inequality and Orthogonal Sets |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 8 - Gram-Schmidt Process and Generation of Orthogonal Sets |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 9 - Problem Discretization Using Appropriation Theory |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 10 - Weierstrass Theorem and Polynomial Approximation |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 11 - Taylor Series Approximation and Newton's Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 12 - Solving ODE - BVPs Using Firute Difference Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 13 - Solving ODE - BVPs and PDEs Using Finite Difference Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 14 - Finite Difference Method (Continued...) and Polynomial Interpolations |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 15 - Polynomial and Function Interpolations,Orthogonal Collocations Method for Solving ODE -BVPs |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 16 - Orthogonal Collocations Method for Solving ODE - BVPs and PDEs |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 17 - Least Square Approximations, Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Unconstrained Optimization |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 18 - Least Square Approximations -Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Unconstrained Optimization Least Square Approximations ( Continued....) |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 19 - Linear Least Square Estimation and Geometric Interpretation of the Least Square Solution |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 20 - Geometric Interpretation of the Least Square Solution (Continued...) and Projection Theorem in a Hilbert Spaces |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 21 - Projection Theorem in a Hilbert Spaces (Continued...) and Approximation Using Orthogonal Basis |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 22 - Discretization of ODE-BVP using Least Square Approximation |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 23 - Discretization of ODE-BVP using Least Square Approximation and Gelarkin Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 24 - Model Parameter Estimation using Gauss-Newton Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 25 - Solving Linear Algebraic Equations and Methods of Sparse Linear Systems |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 26 - Methods of Sparse Linear Systems (Continued...) and Iterative Methods for Solving Linear Algebraic Equations |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 27 - Iterative Methods for Solving Linear Algebraic Equations |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 28 - Iterative Methods for Solving Linear Algebraic Equations: Convergence Analysis using Eigenvalues |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 29 - Iterative Methods for Solving Linear Algebraic Equations: Convergence Analysis using Matrix Norms |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 30 - Iterative Methods for Solving Linear Algebraic Equations: Convergence Analysis using Matrix Norms (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 31 - Iterative Methods for Solving Linear Algebraic Equations: Convergence Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 32 - Optimization Based Methods for Solving Linear Algebraic Equations: Gradient Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 33 - Conjugate Gradient Method, Matrix Conditioning and Solutions of Linear Algebraic Equations |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 34 - Matrix Conditioning and Solutions and Linear Algebraic Equations (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 35 - Matrix Conditioning (Continued...) and Solving Nonlinear Algebraic Equations |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 36 - Solving Nonlinear Algebraic Equations: Wegstein Method and Variants of Newton's Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 37 - Solving Nonlinear Algebraic Equations: Optimization Based Methods |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 38 - Solving Nonlinear Algebraic Equations: Introduction to Convergence analysis of Iterative Solution Techniques |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 39 - Solving Nonlinear Algebraic Equations: Introduction to Convergence analysis (Continued...) and Solving ODE-IVPs |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 40 - Solving Ordinary Differential Equations - Initial Value Problems (ODE-IVPs) : Basic Concepts |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 41 - Solving Ordinary Differential Equations - Initial Value Problems (ODE-IVPs) : Runge Kutta Methods |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 42 - Solving ODE-IVPs : Runge Kutta Methods (Continued...) and Multi-step Methods |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 43 - Solving ODE-IVPs : Generalized Formulation of Multi-step Methods |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 44 - Solving ODE-IVPs : Multi-step Methods (Continued...) and Orthogonal Collocations Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 45 - Solving ODE-IVPs: Selection of Integration Interval and Convergence Analysis of Solution Schemes |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 46 - Solving ODE-IVPs: Convergence Analysis of Solution Schemes (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 47 - Solving ODE-IVPs: Convergence Analysis of Solution Schemes (Continued...) and Solving ODE-BVP using Single Shooting Method |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 48 - Methods for Solving System of Differential Algebraic Equations |

Link | Advanced Numerical Analysis | Lecture 49 - Methods for Solving System of Differential Algebraic Equations (Continued...) and Concluding Remarks |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 1 - History of the theory of Natural Selection - 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 2 - History of the theory of Natural Selection - 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 3 - Exponential growth models |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 4 - Logistic Growth Models - 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 5 - Logistic Growth Models - 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 6 - Modelling selection - 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 7 - Modelling Selection - 2 : Two species |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 8 - Modelling Selection - 3 : Two and more species |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 9 - Modelling Mutations - 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 10 - Modelling Mutations - 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 11 - Modelling Mutations - 3 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 12 - Genetic Code and Sequence Spaces |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 13 - Sequence Spaces as Networks |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 14 - Sequence Space to Fitness Landscape |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 15 - Properties of Fitness Landscapes and Quasi-species |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 16 - Integrating Reproduction, Selection and Mutation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 17 - Obtaining Fitness Landscapes Experimentally |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 18 - NK Model of Fitness Landscape |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 19 - Modelling Evolution on Fitness Landscapes - 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 20 - Modelling Evolution on Fitness Landscapes - 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 21 - Modelling Evolution on Fitness Landscapes - 3 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 22 - Role of Randomness in Evolution |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 23 - Genetic Drift in Evolution of Microbial Populations |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 24 - Dynamics of a Moran Process without Selection |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 25 - Dynamics of a Moran Process without Selection |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 26 - Evolution, Selection, and Genetic Drift |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 27 - Representing Microbial Evolution |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 28 - Estimating Timescales of Evolution |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 29 - Estimating the Speed of Microbial Evolution |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 30 - Evolutionary Dynamics when Mutations are Rare |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 31 - Evolutionary Dynamics when Mutations are Rapid - 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 32 - Evolutionary Dynamics when Mutations are Rapid - 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 33 - Evolutionary Dynamics when Mutations are Rapid - 3 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 34 - Evolutionary Game Theory - 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 35 - Evolutionary Game Theory - 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 36 - Evolutionary Game Theory - 3 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 37 - Evolutionary Game Theory - 4 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 38 - Evolutionary Game Theory Applied to Moran Process |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 39 - Evolutionary Games During Weak Selection |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Evolutionary Dynamics | Lecture 40 - Evolutionary Dynamics of HIV |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Conduction |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 3 - Energy Balance |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 4 - 1D Steadystate Conduction - Resistance Concept |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 5 - Resistances in Composite Wall Case |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 6 - Resistances in Radial Systems |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 7 - Heat Generation - I Plane and Cylindrical Wall |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 8 - Heat Generation - II Problem; Introduction to Extended Surfaces |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 9 - Extended Surfaces I - General Formulation |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 10 - Extended Surfaces II - Fixed Cross-section Area |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 11 - Extended Surfaces III - Varying Cross-section Area |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 12 - 2D Plane Wall |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 13 - Transient Analyses I : Lumped Capacitance Method |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 14 - Transient Analyses II : Full Method |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 15 - Transient Analyses : Semi-infinite Case |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 16 - Introduction to Convective Heat Transfer |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 17 - Heat and Mass Transport Coefficients |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 18 - Boundary Layer : Momentum, Thermal and Concentration |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 19 - Laminar and Turbulent Flows; Momentum Balance |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 20 - Energy and Mass Balances; Boundary Layer Approximations |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 21 - Order of Magnitude Analysis |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 22 - Transport Coefficients |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 23 - Relationship between Momentum, Thermal and Concentration Boundary Layer |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 24 - Reynolds and Chilton-Colburn Analogies |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 25 - Forced Convection : Introduction |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 26 - Flow Past Flat Plate I - Method of Blasius |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 27 - Flow Past Flat Plate II - Correlations for Heat and Mass Transport |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 28 - Flow Past Cylinders |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 29 - Flow through Pipes - I |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 30 - Flow through Pipes - II |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 31 - Flow through Pipes - III |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 32 - Flow through Pipes - IV - Mixing-cup Temperature |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 33 - Flow through Pipes - V - Log mean Temperature Difference |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 34 - Flow through Pipes - VI - Correlations for Laminar and Turbulent Conditions |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 35 - Example problems : Forced Convection |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 36 - Introduction to Free/Natural Convection |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 37 - Heated Plate in a Quiescent Fluid - I |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 38 - Heated Plate in a Quiescent Fluid - II |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 39 - Boiling - I |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 40 - Boiling - II |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 41 - Condensation - I |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 42 - Condensation - II |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 43 - Radiation : Introduction |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 44 - Spectral Intensity |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 45 - Radiation : Spectral properties, Blackbody |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 46 - Properties of a Blackbody |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 47 - Surface Adsorption |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 48 - Kirchoffâ€™s Law |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 49 - Radiation Exchange - View Factor |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 50 - View Factor Examples |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 51 - View Factor - Inside Sphere Method, Blackbody Radiation Exchange |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 52 - Diffuse, Gray Surfaces in an Enclosure |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 53 - Resistances - Oppenheim Matrix Method |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 54 - Resistances - Examples |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 55 - More Examples: Volumetric Radiation |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 56 - Introduction and Examples |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 57 - Parallel Flow Heat Exchangers |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 58 - LMTD I |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 59 - Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer | Lecture 60 - Epsilon-NTU Method |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 2 - Introduction to catalysis and catalytic processes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 3 - Catalyst properties and classification |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 4 - Steps in catalysis |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 5 - Adsorption isotherm |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 6 - Surface reaction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 7 - Rate controlling steps and Rate law |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 8 - Rate law: Pseudo-steady state hypothesis |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 9 - Heterogeneous data analysis for reactor design - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 10 - Heterogeneous data analysis for reactor design - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 11 - Design of reactors: PBR and CSTR |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 12 - Case study: Chemical Vapor Deposition |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 13 - Catalyst deactivation - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 14 - Catalyst deactivation - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 15 - Catalyst deactivation - III |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 16 - Catalyst deactivation - IV : Reactor design |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 17 - Diffusional effects: Introduction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 18 - Internal diffusion effects: Model development |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 19 - Non-dimensionalization: Thiele modulus |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 20 - Concentration profile |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 21 - Internal effectiveness factor - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 22 - Internal effectiveness factor - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 23 - Internal effectiveness factor - III: Exothermic and endothermic reactions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 24 - Falsification of kinetics |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 25 - External mass transport limitations: Mass transfer coefficient |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 26 - Estimation of mass transfer coefficient |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 27 - Mass transfer to a single particle with reaction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 28 - Packed-bed reactor design: External mass transfer limitations |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 29 - Mass transfer coefficient in Packed-beds |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 30 - Estimation of conversion in Packed-bed reactor: Example problem |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 31 - Overall effectiveness factor - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 32 - Overall effectiveness factor - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 33 - Identification of internal diffusion and reaction-limited regimes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 34 - Packed-bed reactor design |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 35 - Generalized criterion for diffusion and reaction-limited conditions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 36 - Network of first order reactions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 37 - Use of experimental data |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 38 - Packed-bed reactor design: External and Internal resistances |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 39 - Fluidized bed reactor design - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 40 - Fluidized bed reactor design - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 41 - Fluidized bed reactor design - III |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 42 - Fluidized bed reactor design - IV |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 43 - Fluid-solid noncatalytic reactions - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 44 - Fluid-solid noncatalytic reactions - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 45 - Fluid-solid noncatalytic reactions - III |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 46 - Fluid-solid noncatalytic reactions - IV |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 47 - Fluid-solid noncatalytic reactions - V |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 48 - Fluid-solid noncatalytic reactions - VI |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 49 - Residence time distribution (RTD): Introduction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 50 - RTD: Non-ideal reactors |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 51 - Measurement of RTD - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 52 - Measurement of RTD - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 53 - RTD function |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 54 - Properties of RTD function |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 55 - Reactor diagnostics and troubleshooting - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 56 - Reactor diagnostics and troubleshooting - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 57 - Modeling nonideal reactors - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 58 - Modeling nonideal reactors - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 59 - Non-ideal reactors: Zero parameter models - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-II | Lecture 60 - Non-ideal reactors: Zero parameter models - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 1 - Motivation for process control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 2 - Functions of process control system |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 3 - Common control strategies |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 4 - Components of process control system |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 5 - Introduction to process dynamics |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 6 - First principle dynamic models |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 7 - Empirical and gray box models |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 8 - Degree of freedom analysis |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 9 - Introduction to first order dynamical systems |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 10 - Linearization of process dynamics |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 11 - Response to step input |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 12 - Response to sinusoidal input |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 13 - Introduction to second order dynamical systems |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 14 - Examples of second order dynamical systems |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 15 - Response to step input |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 16 - Effect of damping coefficient |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 17 - Higher order dynamics |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 18 - Approximation as FOPDT model |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 19 - Numerator dynamics |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 20 - Prediction of step response |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 21 - Block diagram representation |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 22 - ON-OFF control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 23 - Proportional control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 24 - Proportional-Integral control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 25 - PID control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 26 - Limitations of PID controllers |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 27 - Stability of dynamical processes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 28 - Laplace domain analysis - Part I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 29 - Laplace domain analysis - Part II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 30 - Frequency response |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 31 - Frequency domain analysis |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 32 - Synthesis problem |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 33 - Selection problem |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 34 - Criteria-based controller tuning |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 35 - Heuristics-based controller tuning |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 36 - Direct synthesis-based controller tuning |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 37 - Frequency response-based controller tuning |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 38 - Cascade control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 39 - Split range control and override control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 40 - Auctioneering, ratio and inreferential control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 41 - Openloop control and Internal model control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 42 - Dynamic Matrix and Model predictive control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 43 - Introduction to multivariable control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 44 - Input-output pairing |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 45 - Tuning of multi-loop SISO controller |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 46 - Introduction to batch process control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 47 - Programmable logic control |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Control | Lecture 48 - Batch to batch control |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 2 - Coupled, linear, spring-mass systems |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 3 - Coupled, linear, spring-mass systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 4 - Coupled, linear, spring-mass systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 5 - Coupled, linear, spring-mass system: continuum limit |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 6 - Normal modes of a string fixed at both ends |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 7 - Vibrations of clamped membranes |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 8 - Vibrations of clamped membranes (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 9 - Introduction to Jacobian elliptic functions |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 10 - The non-linear pendulum |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 11 - The non-linear pendulum (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 12 - Time period of the non-linear pendulum |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 13 - Introduction to perturbation methods |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 14 - Perturbation methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 15 - Non-dimensionalisation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 16 - Perturbative solution to the projectile equation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 17 - Perturbative solution to the nonlinear pendulum |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 18 - Lindstedt-Poincare technique |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 19 - Method of multiple scales |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 20 - Method of multiple scales (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 21 - Multiple scale analysis for damped-harmonic oscillator |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 22 - Duffing equation using multiple scales |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 23 - Duffing equation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 24 - Kapitza pendulum |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 25 - Introduction to Floquet theory |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 26 - Floquet theorem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 27 - Floquet analysis of the Mathieu equation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 28 - Introduction to waves on an interface |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 29 - Linearized wave equations in deep water |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 30 - Linearized wave equations in deep water: dispersion relation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 31 - Linearised deep-water surface gravity waves (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 32 - Standing and travelling waves in deep water |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 33 - Cauchy-Poisson initial value problem for surface-gravity waves in deep water |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 34 - Cauchy-Poisson problem (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 35 - Cauchy-Poisson problem in cylindrical geometry |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 36 - Cauchy-Poisson problem in cylindrical geometry (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 37 - Group-velocity and the Cauchy-Poisson problem |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 38 - Cauchy-Poisson problem for delta function initial condition |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 39 - Cauchy-Poisson problem for delta function initial condition (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 40 - Capillary-gravity waves |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 41 - Waves on a pool of finite depth |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 42 - Axisymmetric Cauchy-Poisson problem visualisation: the pebble in the deep pond problem |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 43 - Rayleigh-Plateau capillary instability |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 44 - Rayleigh-Plateau capillary instability (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 45 - Rayleigh-Plateau capillary instability on thin film coating a rod |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 46 - Rayleigh-Plateau capillary instability of a cylindrical air column in a liquid |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 47 - Mechanism of the Rayleigh-Plateau instability |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 48 - Shape oscillations of a spherical interface |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 49 - Shape oscillations of a spherical interface (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 50 - Shape oscillations of a spherical interface (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 51 - Analysis of l=0 and l=1 modes for a spherical drop |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 52 - Faraday waves on an interface - stability of time dependent base states |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 53 - Mathieu equation for Faraday waves |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 54 - Applications of Faraday waves - atomisation and spray formation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 55 - Waves and instability on density stratified shear flows - the KH model |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 56 - Limits of KH dispersion relation: Rayleigh-Taylor instability |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 57 - KH dispersion relation : model of wind wave generation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 58 - Helmholtz instability of a vortex sheet and summary |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 59 - Derivation of the Stokes travelling wave |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 60 - Derivation of the Stokes travelling wave (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Interfacial Waves | Lecture 61 - Derivation of the Stokes travelling wave (Continued...) |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 1 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 2 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 3 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 4 |

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Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 10 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 11 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 12 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 13 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 14 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 15 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 16 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 17 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 18 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 19 |

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Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 21 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 22 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 23 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 24 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 25 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 26 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 27 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 28 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 29 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 30 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 31 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 32 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 33 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 34 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 35 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 36 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 37 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 38 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 39 |

Link | Heterogeneous Catalysis and Catalytic Processes | Lecture 40 |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 1 - General Introduction Definitions |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 2 - General Introduction, Definitions, Surface Tension |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 3 - Surface Tension Free Energies and Adsorption |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 4 - Properties over Curved Surfaces |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 5 - Total Surface Energy |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 6 - Interfacial Tension Entropy, Cohesion, Adhesion |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 7 - Cohesion, Adhesion and Spreading |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 8 - Spreading from Liquids and Solids |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 9 - Spreading, Interfacial Tensions, Surface Tensions |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 10 - Spreading, Contact Angles Free Energies |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 11 - Spreading/Contact Angles Rough Surfaces, Free Energies |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 12 - Spreading/Contact Angles Work of Adhesion, De-wetting |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 13 - Work of Adhesion, Surface and Interfacial Tensions |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 14 - Surface and Interfacial Tensions: Drop Weight and Wilhelmy Plate Methods |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 15 - Surface and Interfacial Tensions: Wilhelmy Plate, Pendant Drop and Maximum Bubble Pressure Methods |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 16 - Wetting Balance Method Spreading Coefficient Work of Adhesion Sessile Drop Method, Positive S |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 17 - Indirect and Direct Methods for Positive S, Adhesion Energies Interfacial Potentials |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 18 - Surface and Interfacial Potentials Distribution and Contact Potentials |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 19 - Diffusion Potential Surface and Interfacial Potentials Components of Contact Potential |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 20 - Electrically Charged Monolayers Gouy Theory |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 21 - Equations of State, Cohesion Repulsion, Limiting Area |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 22 - Condensed and Liquid Expanded Monolayers Phase Transformations |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 23 - Films of Polymers Molecular Weight, Surface Viscosity Drag, Canal Method |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 24 - Canal Method Joly's Semi-Empirical Correction Rotational Torsional Surface Viscometer Compressional Moduli |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 25 - Magnitudes of Surface Compressional Moduli Surface Waves and Ripples |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 26 - Surface waves and Ripples, Velocity Effect of Surface Tension and Surface Compressional Modulus Rates of adsorption and absorption Damping |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 27 - Surface waves and ripples,velocity effect of surface tension and surface compressional modulus damping for clean and contaminated,surfaces,fiber from monolayers |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 28 - Shear Elastic Moduli,Yield Stress Fibres from MLs, Surface Reactions |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 29 - Surface Reactions, Comparison with Bulk-Phase Reactions Steric Factors, Inhibition |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 30 - Hydrolyses of Esters by Alkali Acid or Enzyme Photochemical Reactions in Monolayers Polymerization in MLs, Lactonization |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 31 - Catalytic Effects Reactions in Emulsions Complex Formation |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 32 - Complex Formation Penetration into Monolayers Thermodynamics of Penetration Adsorption from Vapour Phase Mass Transfer |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 33 - Introductory Concepts Resistances and their Magnitudes Evaporation and its Retardation |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 34 - Evaporation and its Retardation Resistances and their Analysis Diffusional Resistance in Gas Phase |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 35 - Resistances in Liquid Phase and Interface and Their Importance Some Effects and Applications, Theory |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 36 - Surface Instability Theories of Mass Transfer Experiments on static and Dynamic Systems |

Link | Interfacial Engineering | Lecture 37 - Colloida, Aerosols, Emulsions Foams, Coagulation Smoluchowski's Theory |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 1 (1) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 2 (1A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 3 (2) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 4 (2A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 5 (3) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 6 (3A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 7 (4) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 8 (4A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 9 (5) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 10 (5A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 11 (6) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 12 (6A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 13 (7) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 14 (7A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 15 (8) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 16 (8A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 17 (8B) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 18 (9) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 19 (9A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 20 (10) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 21 (10A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 22 (10B) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 23 (11) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 24 (12) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 25 (12A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 26 (12B) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 27 (13) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 28 (13A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 29 (14) |

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Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 41 (20) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 42 (20A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 43 (20B) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 44 (21) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 45 (21A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 46 (22) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 47 (22A) |

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Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 49 (23A) |

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Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 51 (24A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 52 (25) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 53 (25A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 54 (26) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 55 (26A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 56 (25) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 57 (27) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 58 (28) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 59 (28A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 60 (29) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 61 (29A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 62 (30) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 63 (30A) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 64 (31) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Mechanics and its Applications | Lecture 65 (31A) |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 1 - Introduction to heat transfer |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 2 - General heat conduction equation |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 3 - One dimensional steady state conduction in rectangular coordinate |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 4 - One dimensional steady state conduction in cylindrical and spherical coordinate |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 5 - Critical and optimum insulation |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 6 - Extended surface heat transfer - 1 |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 7 - Extended surface heat transfer - 2 |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 8 - Analysis of lumped parameter model |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 9 - Transient heat flow in semi infinite solid |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 10 - Infinite body subjected to sudden convective |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 11 - Graphical solutions of unsteady state heat conduction problem |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 12 - Dimensional analysis for forced convection |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 13 - Dimensional analysis for free convection |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 14 - Heat transfer co-relations for laminar and internal flows |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 15 - Heat transfer co-relations for turbulent and internal flows |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 16 - Co-relation for turbulent and external flows |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 17 - Heat transfer co-relations for flow across tube banks |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 18 - Momentum and heat transfer analogies |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 19 - Boundary layer heat transfer |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 20 - Boundary layer equations |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 21 - Approximate analysis in boundary layer |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 22 - Theoretical concepts of natural / free convention heat transfer |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 23 - Emperical relations for free convention heat transfer |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 24 - Condensation heat transfer over vertical plate |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 25 - Condensation heat transfer for various conditions and geometries |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 26 - Fundamentals of boiling heat transfer |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 27 - Boiling heat transfer co-relations |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 28 - Classification of heat exchangers |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 29 - Various types of shell and tube heat exchangers |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 30 - Various types of compact heat exchangers |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 31 - Effectiveness-NTU, method of heat exchanger analysis |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 32 - Design of double pipe heat exchanger |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 33 - Design of shell and tube heat exchanger |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 34 - Introduction to evaporation and evaporators |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 35 - Evaporation principles and evaporator performance |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 36 - Evaporator calculations |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 37 - Introduction to radiation heat transfer |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 38 - Radiation intensity and radiation view factor |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 39 - Radiation heat exchange |

Link | Heat Transfer | Lecture 40 - Radiation shield and gas radiation |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Mass Transfer |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 2 - Molecular Diffusion |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 3 - Fickâ€™s Law of Diffusion |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 4 - Steady state molecular diffusion in fluids - Part I |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 5 - Steady state molecular diffusion in fluids - Part II |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 6 - Diffusion coefficient: Measurement and Prediction - Part I |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 7 - Diffusion Coefficient: Measurement and Prediction - Part II |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 8 - Multicomponent Diffusion and Diffusivity in Solids |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 9 - Concept of Mass Transfer Coefficient |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 10 - Dimensionless Groups and Co-relations for Convective |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 11 - Mass Transfer co-efficient in Laminar Flow Condition |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 12 - Boundary Layer Theory and Film Theory in Mass Transfer |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 13 - Mass Transfer Coefficients in Terbulant Flow |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 14 - Interphase Mass Transfer and Mass Transfer Theories - Part I |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 15 - Interphase Mass Transfer and Mass Transfer Theories - Part II |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 16 - Interphase Mass Transfer and Mass Transfer Theories - Part III |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 17 - Agitated and Sparged Vassels |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 18 - Tray Column - Part I |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 19 - Tray Column - Part II |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 20 - Packed Tower |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 21 - Introduction to Absorption and Solvent selection |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 22 - Packed Tower Design - Part I |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 23 - Packed Tower Design - Part II |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 24 - Packed Tower Design - Part III |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 25 - Mass Transfer Coefficients Correlation and HETP Concept |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 26 - Tray Tower Design and Introduction to Multicomponent System |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 27 - Introduction to Distillation and Phas diagrams |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 28 - Azeotropes and Enthalpy Concentration Diagrams |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 29 - Flash Distillation |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 30 - Batch and Steam Distillation |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 31 - Fractional Distillation |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 32 - Fractional Distillation: McCabe Thiele Method |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 33 - Fractional Distillation: Minimum Reflux and Pinch Point |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 34 - Fractional Distillation: Subcooled Reflux ,Tray Efficiency and Use of Open Steam |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 35 - Fractional Distillation: Multiple Feeds and Side Stream |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 36 - Multistage Batch Distillation with Reflux |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 37 - Fractional Distillation: Ponchan and Savarit Method |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 38 - Ponchan and Savarit Method and Packed Tower Distillation |

Link | Mass Transfer Operations I | Lecture 39 - Multicomponent Distillation |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 1 - General Introduction to the Course and Syllabus |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 2 - Hierarchical Approach to Process Design - I |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 3 - Hierarchical Approach to Process Design - Examples |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 4 - Input Information and Design Aspects of Batch vs. Continuous Process |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 5 - Input / Output Structure of Flowsheet - Part I |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 6 - Input / Output Structure of Flowsheet - Part II |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 7 - Input / Output Structure of Flowsheet - Part III and Recycle Structure of Flowsheet - Part I |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 8 - Recycle Structure of Flowsheet - Part II |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 9 - Recycle Structure of Flowsheet - Part III |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 10 - Recycle Structure of Flowsheet - Part IV and Tutorial - Part I |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 11 - Tutorial - Part II |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 12 - Tutorial - Part III |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 13 - Algorithm and Basic Principles of Reactor Design |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 14 - Reactor Non-ideality, Residence Time Distribution (RTD) and Types of Chemical Reactions & Catalysts |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 15 - Types of Reactors and Selection Criteria |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 16 - Tutorial on Reactor Design and Cost Estimation |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 17 - General Introduction (Types of Separation Processes and Criteria for Selection of the Processes) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 18 - Guidelines for Design of Separation Systems |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 19 - Design of Distillation Columns - Part I (Sequencing of Columns, Energy Integration / Thermal Coupling of the Columns) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 20 - Design of Distillation Columns - Part II (Plate and Packed Towers, Number of Plates, Diameter and Height of the Column) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 21 - Tutorial - Part I (Design of Absorption Column) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 22 - Tutorial - Part II (Design of Distillation Column) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 23 - Concepts and Basic Principles of Energy (or Heat) Integration - Part 1 (Composite Curves and ?Tmin) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 24 - Concepts and Basic Principles of Heat Integration - Part 2 (Problem Table Algorithm and Identification of Energy Targets) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 25 - Identification of Area and Cost Targets |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 26 - Pinch Technology for Heat Exchanger Network Design |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 27 - Tutorial - I (Composite Curves, Problem Table Algorithm and Enthalpy Intervals) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 28 - Tutorial - II (Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis Using Pinch Technology) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 29 - Selection of Process, Design of Flowsheet and Materials Balance |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 30 - Energy Balance, Process Alternatives and Design of the Absorber |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 31 - Rules of Thumb & Their Limitations and Tutorial |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 32 - General Concepts & Principles and Cost Allocation Procedure |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 33 - Lumped Cost Diagram and Cost Allocation Diagram (Case Study of Hydro-dealkylation Process) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 34 - Assessment of Process Alternatives with Cost Allocation Diagram (Case Study of Hydrodealkylation Process) |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 35 - Tutorial on Lumped Cost Diagram and Cost Allocation Diagram |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 36 - Introduction to Chemical Projects and Their Economic Aspects |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 37 - Selection of the Process and Project Site - Part I |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 38 - Selection of the Process and Project Site - Part II |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 39 - Project Cost Estimation - Part I |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 40 - Project Cost Estimation - Part II |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 41 - Simplified Cost Model and Depreciation |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 42 - Time Value of Money |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 43 - Measures of Profitability and Project Evaluation - Part I |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 44 - Measures of Profitability and Project Evaluation - Part II |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 45 - Tutorial on Project Economics - Part I |

Link | Process Design Decisions and Project Economics | Lecture 46 - Tutorial on Project Economics - Part II |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 2 - Particle properties |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 3 - Particle / Powder Classifications |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 4 - Minimum Fluidization Velocity: Fluid-solid System |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 5 - Minimum Fluidization Velocity: Liquid-solid and gas-liquid-solid System |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 6 - Flow regime and its map: Gas-solid Fluidization |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 7 - Flow regime and its map: Liquid-solid and Gas-liquid-solid Fluidization |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 8 - Frictional pressure drop in fluidized bed-fluid-solid system |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 9 - Frictional pressure drop in fluidized Bed-Gas-liquid-solid system |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 10 - Analysis of Frictional Pressure Drop in Fluidized Bed By Different Models |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 11 - Gas Distribution Through Distributor |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 12 - Calculation of gas pumping power consumption in fluidized bed |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 13 - Bubbling Fluidization Part 1: Bubble Characteristics |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 14 - Bubbling Fluidization Part 2: Bubble Characteristics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 15 - Bubbling Fluidization Part 3: Bubble coalescence in three-phase fluidization |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 16 - Bubbling Fluidization Part 4: Bubble breakup in three-phase fluidization |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 17 - Bubbling Fluidization Part 5: Gas and solid movements at bubble |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 18 - Bubbling Fluidization Part 6: Slugging Bed |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 19 - Entrainment Characteristics (Part 1) : Entrainment Characteristics |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 20 - Entrainment Characteristics (Part 2) : Fast fluidization condition |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 21 - Entrainment Characteristics (Part 2) : Elutriation Characteristics |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 22 - Entrainment Characteristics (Part 2) : Attrition in Fluidized Bed (Part 1) |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 23 - Attrition in Fluidized Bed (Part 2) |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 24 - Solid movement, mixing: Gas-fluidized Bed |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 25 - Solid segregation: Gas-fluidized bed |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 26 - Solid mixing and segregation: Liquid-solid fluidized bed |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 27 - Gas Dispersion and Interchange |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 28 - Mass transfer in fluidized Bed-Gas-solid system |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 29 - Mass transfer in fluidized Bed-Gas-liquid-solid system (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 30 - Heat transfer Characteristics |

Link | NOC:Fluidization Engineering | Lecture 31 - Fluidized bed reactor design and its performance |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 1 - An Introduction |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 2 - Fluid Mechanics: A Review |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 3 - Solid Mechanics: A Review |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 4 - Rheology of blood |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 5 - Blood morphology |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 6 - Blood flow in a channel |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 7 - Viscometers and Rheometers |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 8 - Viscoelasticity |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 9 - Flow Bifurcation |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 10 - Pulsatile Flow 1 |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 11 - Pulsatile Flow 2 |

Link | NOC:An Introduction to Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 12 - Flow in Elastic Tubes |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 1 - An Introduction |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 2 - Interface and Surface Tension |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 3 - Flow Regimes 1 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 4 - Flow Regimes 2 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 5 - Taylor Flow 1 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 6 - Taylor Flow 2 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 7 - Computational Techniques |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 8 - Bubble and Droplet Generation |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 9 - Interface and Surface tension 2 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 10 - Void Fraction and Pressure Drop |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 11 - Liquid-Liquid Flow: Flow Regimes |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 12 - Ideal annular Flow |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 13 - Taylor Flow : Heat transfer 1 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 14 - Taylor Flow : Heat transfer 2 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 15 - Taylor Flow : Meat Transfer 1 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 16 - Taylor Flow : Meat Transfer 2 |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 17 - Flow boiling in microchannels |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 18 - Flow boiling in microchannels (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 19 - Flow Measurement Techniques |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 20 - Particle image Velocimetry |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 21 - Inertial Microfluidics |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 22 - Microfluidic applications |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 23 - Microfluidic applications (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Microfluidics | Lecture 24 - Concluding Remarks |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Multiphase flow Measurement Techniques |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 2 - Invasive and Non-invasive Techniques |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 3 - Hot Wire Anemometry |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 4 - Optical Fiber Probe |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 5 - Laser Doppler Anemometry (LDA) |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 6 - LDA Post Processing and Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 7 - PIV and Positron Emission Particle Tracking |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 8 - Radioactive Particle Tracking - I |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 9 - Radioactive Particle Tracking - II |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 10 - Capacitance Probe, Optical Fiber Probe and ECT |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 11 - Gamma-ray and X-ray Tomography, MRI |

Link | NOC:Measurement Technique in Multiphase Flows | Lecture 12 - Summary |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 1 - Multiphase flow introduction |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 2 - Fundamental definitions and terminology used in Multiphase - I |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 3 - Fundamental definitions and terminology used in Multiphase - II |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 4 - Flow Regime Map for Gas-Liquid System |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 5 - Flow Regime Map for Fluid-Solid System |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 6 - Pneumatic Conveying |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 7 - Momentum Equation through Reynolds Transport Theorem |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 8 - Lockhart Martinelli Correlation |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 9 - Pressure Drop Calculation for Homogeneous Flow |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 10 - Pressure Drop Calculation for Separated and Annular Flow Regime |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 11 - Lagrangian Tracking of Single Particle Under Different Forces |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 12 - Multiphase Interactions: Drag Force |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 13 - Multiphase Interactions: Multi-particle Drag, Virtual Mass Force, Basset Force and Lift Force |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 14 - Introduction to Multiphase Flow Modeling |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 15 - Algebraic Slip Method and Euler-Euler Method |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 16 - KTGF and Euler-Lagrangian Model |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 17 - Measurement Techniques: Velocity Measurement |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 18 - Measurement Techniques: Phase Fraction Measurement |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 19 - Bubble Column |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 20 - Packed Bed Reactor |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 21 - Fluidized Bed Reactor |

Link | NOC:Multiphase Flows | Lecture 22 - Summary |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Polymers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 2 - Ideal Chain Models |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 3 - Ideal and Real Chains |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 4 - Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions - I |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 5 - Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions - II |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 6 - Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions - III |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 7 - Phase Behaviour of Polymer Solutions and Blends |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 8 - Phase Behaviour of Polymer Blends and Copolymers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 9 - Determination of Polymer Molar Mass: Osmometry |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 10 - Determination of Polymer Molar Mass: Static Light Scattering - I |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 11 - Determination of Polymer Molar Mass: Static Light Scattering - II |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 12 - Determination of Polymer Molar Mass: Viscometry and GPC |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 13 - Branching: Hyperbranched Polymers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 14 - Branching, Network Formation and Gelation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 15 - Gelation and Swelling of Network Polymers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 16 - Amorphous State of Polymers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 17 - Crystalline State of Polymers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 18 - Mechanical Properties of Polymers |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 19 - Viscoelasticity: Mechanical Models |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 20 - Viscoelasticity, Dynamic Mechanical Analysis and Rheology |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 21 - Rubber Elasticity |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 22 - Unentangled Polymer Dynamics |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 23 - Entangled Polymer Dynamics |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Polymer Physics (IIT-G) | Lecture 24 - Review |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Natural Gas - I |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Natural Gas - II |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 3 - Introduction to Natural Gas - III |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 4 - Properties of Natural Gas-I |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 5 - Properties of Natural Gas-II |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 6 - Properties of Reservoir |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 7 - Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR) - I |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 8 - Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR) - II |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 9 - Gas Well Testing |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 10 - Wellbore Performance Relationship (WPR) |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 11 - Choke Performance Relationship (CPR) |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 12 - Nodal Analysis |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 13 - Natural Gas Separation - I |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 14 - Natural Gas Separation - II |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 15 - Dehydration of Natural Gas |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 16 - Sweeting of Natural Gas |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 17 - Compressor Design |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 18 - Measurement of Natural Gas |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 19 - Transportation of Natural Gas - I |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 20 - Transportation of Natural Gas - II |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 21 - Unconventional production of Natural Gas |

Link | NOC:Natural Gas Engineering | Lecture 22 - Review: Concluding Remarks |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 2 - First law for closed systems |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 3 - First law for open systems |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 4 - Simple processes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 5 - Processes involving liquids and ideal gases |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 6 - Temperature dependency of Cp in an ideal gas |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 7 - Efficiency of Heat engines and Statement of Second Law |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 8 - Entropy |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 9 - Lost Work |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 10 - Maxwell's Relations |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 11 - Thermodynamic Diagrams |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 12 - Thermodynamic Tables, Residual Properties |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 13 - Virial Equation of State |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 14 - Residual property relations from EoS |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 15 - Cubic Equation of State |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 16 - Cubic Equation of State |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 17 - Thermodynamic Tables |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 18 - Correlations for Liquids |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 19 - Process Involving Phase Changes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 20 - Chemical potential |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 21 - Partial molar properties |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 22 - Examples |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 23 - Ideal Solutions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 24 - Excess Properties |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 25 - Fugacity |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 26 - Calculation of Fugacity using EoS - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 27 - Calculation of Fugacity using EoS - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 28 - Calculation of Fugacity in Mixtures using Cubic EoS |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 29 - Fugacity in Liquids, Activity Coeffcient |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 30 - Models for Excess Gibbs free energy - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 31 - Models for Excess Gibbs free energy - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 32 - Vapor Liquid Equilibrium - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 33 - Vapor Liquid Equilibrium - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 34 - Azeotropes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 35 - Gamma/Phi Formulation |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 36 - LLE |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 37 - VLLE |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 38 - Enthalpy changes upon reaction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 39 - Reaction coordinate |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 40 - Equilibrium constant |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 41 - Examples |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 42 - Conclusion |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 1 - Introduction and Overview of Mass Transfer Operation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 2 - Molecular and Eddy Diffusion, Diffusion Velocities and Fluxes |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 3 - Fick's First and Second Law |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 4 - Steady State Molecular Diffusion in fluids under stagnant and laminar flow conditions |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 5 - Diffusion through variable cross-sectional area |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 6 - Gas Phase Diffusion Coefficient measurement |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 7 - Gas Phase Diffusion Coefficient prediction and liquid phase diffusion coefficient measurement and prediction |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 8 - Multicomponent diffusion and diffusivity in solids |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 9 - Mass transfer coefficient concept and classifications |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 10 - Dimensionless groups and correlations for convective mass transfer coefficients |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 11 - Mass transfer coefficient in laminar flow |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 12 - Boundary Layer Theory and mass transfer coefficients in turbulent flow |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 13 - Mass transfer theories |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 14 - Interphase mass transfer |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 15 - Interphase mass transfer and material balance for operating line |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 16 - Number of ideal stages in counter current operation: graphical and algebraic methods |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 17 - Introduction, classification, Sparged and agitated vessels design |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 18 - Gas dispersed: Tray tower |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 19 - Sieve Tray |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 20 - Liquid dispersed: Venture scrubber, wetted wall column, Packed tower |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 21 - Introduction to absorption, Equilibrium in gas-liquid system, and minimum liquid rate |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 22 - Design of packed column absorber based on the Individual Mass Transfer Coefficient |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 23 - Design of packed column absorber based on the Overall Mass Transfer Coefficient |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 24 - Height Equivalent to a Theoretical Plate (HETP), Design of packed column absorber for dilute and concentrated gases |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 25 - Absorption in plate column: Method of McCabe and Thiele-graphical determination of ideal trays and Introduction to multicomponent absorption |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 26 - Introduction to distillation, binary equilibrium diagrams and concept of relative volatility |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 27 - Distillation in non-ideal systems and concept of enthalpy-concentration diagram |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 28 - Flash distillation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 29 - Batch and steam distillation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 30 - Continuous multistate fractionation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 31 - Number of trays by McCabe and Thiele for distillation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 32 - Pinch Points and minimum reflux |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 33 - Reflux below its bubble point: Sub-cooled reflux and use of open steam |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 34 - Multiple feeds, multiple product withdrawal or side streams |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 35 - Multistage batch distillation with reflux |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 36 - The Ponchon-Savarit method |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 37 - The Ponchon-Savarit method |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 38 - Packed Distillation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 39 - Introduction to multicomponent distillation and multicomponent flash distillation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 40 - Minimum stages and minimum reflux in multicomponent distillation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-I | Lecture 41 - Multicomponent batch distillation |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 1 - Introduction and Basic Concepts |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 2 - Classification of Non-Newtonian Fluids |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 3 - Mathematical Models for Non-Newtonian Fluids |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 4 - Viscoelastic Non-Newtonian Fluids |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 5 - Capillary Viscometers: Sources of Errors and Correction Methods |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 6 - Rotational Viscometers |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 7 - Capillary Viscometers - Errors and Corrections II |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 8 - Equation of Change for Non-Isothermal Systems |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 9 - Rotational Viscometers - II |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 10 - Rotational Viscometers - III |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 11 - Transition from Laminar to Turbulent Flow in Pipes for GNF |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 12 - Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 13 - Equations of Change for Non-Isothermal Systems |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 14 - Power-law Fluids Flow in Concentric Annulus |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 15 - Power-law and Ellis Model Fluids Flow Through Pipes |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 16 - Bingham Plastic Fluids Flow through Pipes |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 17 - Herschel Bulkley Fluids Flow through Pipes |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 18 - Transition and Turbulent Flow of GNF in Pipes - I |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 19 - Transition and Turbulent Flow of GNF in Pipes - II |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 20 - Laminar flow of GNFs between Parallel Plates and along Inclined Surface |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 21 - Laminar flow of GNFs along Inclined Surface and Concentric Annulus |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 22 - Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluids through Packed Beds |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 23 - Dispersion in Packed Beds: Non-Newtonian Effects |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 24 - Liquid-Solid Fluidization by Power-law Liquids |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 25 - Free Convection between Two Vertical Plates |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 26 - Viscous Heat Generation |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 27 - Temperature distribution in fluids confined between co-axial cylinders |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 28 - Temperature distribution for FDF of Newtonian fluids in tubes |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 29 - Heat Transfer Combined with Chemical Reactions |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 30 - Transpiration Cooling |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 31 - Basics of MT; Diffusion Through Stagnant Gas Film |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 32 - Non-Isothermal Diffusive MT and Forced Convective MT |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 33 - Simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 34 - Mass Transfer Combined with Chemical Reactions |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 35 - Quasi-Steady Analysis of Simultaneous HT, MT and Chemical Reaction |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 36 - Quasi-Steady Analysis of Simultaneous HT and MT - I |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 37 - Quasi-Steady Analysis of Simultaneous HT and MT - II |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 38 - Quasi-Steady Analysis of Simultaneous HT and MT - III |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 39 - Momentum and Thermal Boundary Layer Flows |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 40 - Momentum Boundary Layer Thickness of Non-Newtonian Fluids |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena of Non-Newtonian Fluids | Lecture 41 - Thermal and Concentration Boundary Layer Thickness of Non-Newtonian Fluids |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 2 - Characteristics of fluid (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 3 - Fluid Statics |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 4 - Fluid Statics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 5 - Fundamentals of flow - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 6 - Fundamentals of flow - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 7 - One dimensional flow - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 8 - One dimensional flow - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 9 - One dimensional flow - Part 3 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 10 - Flow of Viscous fluid - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 11 - Velocity distribution in laminar flow |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 12 - Velocity distribution in turbulent flow |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 13 - Boundary layer theory |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 14 - Theory of lubrication |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 15 - Frictional resistance |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 16 - Losses in gematric change |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 17 - Losses in geometric change (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 18 - Flow Velocity and Optimum Shape |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 19 - Equation of Energy and Discharge of Water Channel |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 20 - Drag |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 21 - Lift and Cavitation |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 22 - Dimensional Analysis |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 23 - Dimensional Analysis: BuckinghamÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s PI Theorem |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 24 - Law of Similarity and Significant Dimensionless Number |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 25 - Compressible Flow - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 26 - Compressible Flow - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 27 - Measurement of Flow - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 28 - Measurement of Flow - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 29 - Measurement of Flow - Part 3 |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 30 - Introduction to multiphase flow |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 31 - Hydrodynamics in multiphase flow |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 32 - Hydrodynamics in multiphase flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fluid Flow Operations | Lecture 33 - Applications of multiphase flow |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 1 - History, Philosophy and Concept |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 2 - Principle Features |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 3 - Strategies and domain based techniques |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 4 - Intensification by fluid flow process |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 5 - Mechanism of Intensification by mixing |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 6 - Intensification in Reactive system |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 7 - Problems leading to sustainable development |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 8 - Concept, Issues and Challenges |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 9 - Strategies in process design |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 10 - Scales and stages of process intensification |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 11 - Methods and Tools for Achieving sustainable design |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 12 - Multi-level Computer aided tools |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 13 - Introduction on Stochastic Optimization |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 14 - Optimization Algorithms |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 15 - Applications of Optimization Algorithms |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 16 - Introduction and Mechanism of Cavitation-based PI |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 17 - Cavitational Reactor Configurations and activity |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 18 - Parametric effects on cavitation |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 19 - Introduction of monolith reactor |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 20 - Preparation of monolithic catalyst |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 21 - Application of monolithic catalyst |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 22 - Hydrodynamics, transport of monolithic reactor |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 23 - Overview of interfacial area based processes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 24 - Ejector induced downflow system for PI |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 25 - Hydrodynamics and transport in downflow system |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 26 - Introduction and Principles |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 27 - Types of Intensified Distillation Units |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 28 - Design of membrane-assisted distillation |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 29 - Introduction and Principles |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 30 - Supercritical extraction for process intensification |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 31 - Introduction to membrane and its principles |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 32 - Membrane engineering in process intensification |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 33 - Introduction to microprocess technology |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 34 - Process Intensification by Microreactors |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Intensification | Lecture 35 - Hydrodynamics and transport in microchannel based microreactor |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 1 - Introduction and Overview on Reaction Engineering |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 2 - Kinetics of Homogeneous Reactions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 3 - Kinetic Model and Temperature Dependency |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 4 - Introduction and Stoichiometry for the Batch System |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 5 - Stoichiometry for Constant Volume Flow and Variable Volume Batch Systems |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 6 - Stoichiometry for Variable Volume Flow System |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 7 - Analysis of Batch Reactor Kinetic Data |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 8 - Intregal Method of Analysis of Batch Reactor Data - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 9 - Intregal Method of Analysis of Batch Reactor Data - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 10 - Differential Method of Analysis and Variable Volume Batch Reactor Data |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 11 - Introduction and Ideal Batch Reactor Design |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 12 - Ideal Mixed Flow Reactor Design |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 13 - Ideal Plug Flow Reactor Design |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 14 - Size Comparisn of Single and Multiple Reactors |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 15 - Size Comaprison Multiple Reactors |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 16 - Recycle and Autocatalytic Reactors |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 17 - Design for Parallel Reactions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 18 - Design for Series Reactions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 19 - Design for Series-Parallel Reactions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 20 - Denbigh Reactions and Their Special Cases |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 21 - Heats of Reaction and Equilibrium Conversion from Thermodynamics |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 22 - General Graphical Reactor Design Procedure |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 23 - Material and Energy Balances in Batch Reactor |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 24 - Optimum Temperature Progression in Batch Reactor |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 25 - Material and Energy Balances in Flug Flow and Mixed Flow Reactors |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 26 - Ideal and Non-Ideal Mixed Flow Reactor Design and Multiple Steady States |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 27 - Non-Ideal Reactors and Residence Time Distribution |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 28 - RTD Measurement and Moments of RTD |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 29 - RTD in Ideal Reactors |

Link | NOC:Chemical Reaction Engineering-I | Lecture 30 - Reactor Modeling using the RTD |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 1 - Basic concepts, Adiabatic saturation temperature |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 2 - Design calculations of cooling tower |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 3 - Design of cooling tower |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 4 - Design of cooling tower |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 5 - Air conditioning, Example problems on dehumidification |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 6 - Mechanism of drying and drying equilibria, drying rate curve |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 7 - Drying: rate of drying for batch dryers |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 8 - Drying: rate of drying for continuous dryers |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 9 - Drying time calculation from drying rate curve |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 10 - Introduction to liquid-liquid extraction, liquid-liquid equilibria |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 11 - Effect of temperature on LLE and Design of single stage extraction |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 12 - Design Calculation of Multistage Operation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 13 - Design calculation of multistage cross-current extraction |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 14 - Design calculation of multistage counter-current extraction, Selection of extractors |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 15 - Leaching: single stage operation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 16 - Leaching: multistage operation |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 17 - Supercritical Fluid Extraction, equipmet for leaching |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 18 - Fundamentals of membrane separation processes |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 19 - Manufacturing of membranes,advantages and limitations |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 20 - Various models and applications: design aspects |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 21 - Various models and applications: design aspects |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 22 - Electric field enhanced membrane separation processes |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 23 - Micellar-enhanced ultrafiltration |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 24 - Adsorption: types and nature, isotherm |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 25 - Stage wise and continuous adsorption |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 26 - Fluidized bed and teeter bed |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 27 - Unsteady state fixed bed adsorbers, ion exchange |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 28 - Crystallization, types of crystal geometry |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 29 - Solid-liquid phase equilibrium, Theory of crystallization |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 30 - Design of crystallizer, crystallization equipment |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 31 - Concluding remarks - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Mass Transfer Operations-II | Lecture 32 - Concluding remarks - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 1 - Introduction of Particulate Solids |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 2 - Particle Size |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 3 - Particle Shape and Density |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 4 - Screening |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 5 - Size Analysis by Screening |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 6 - Screening Equipment, Effectiveness and Capacity |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 7 - Methods of Size Reduction |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 8 - Equipment for Size Reduction - Crushers |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 9 - Equipment for Size Reduction - Gridners |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 10 - Equipment for Size Reduction - Ultrafine Grinders and Cutting Machines |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 11 - Storage of Bulk Solids |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 12 - Solids Flow Out and their Flow Patterns |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 13 - Conveying of Bulk Solids |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 14 - Size Enlargement Methods |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 15 - Size Enlargement Equipment - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 16 - Size Enlargement Equipment - 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 17 - Flow past Immersed Solid Objects |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 18 - Motion of Particles through Fluids - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 19 - Motion of Particles through Fluids - 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 20 - Motion of Particles through Fluids - 3 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 21 - Flow through Beds of Solids - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 22 - Flow through Beds of Solids - 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 23 - Flow through Fluidized Beds - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 24 - Flow through Fluidized Beds - 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 25 - Filtration |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 26 - Principles of Cake Filtration - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 27 - Principles of Cake Filtration - 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 28 - Filtration Equipment |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 29 - Cross Flow Filtration - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 30 - Cross Flow Filtration - 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 31 - Gravity Sedimentation - Classifiers |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 32 - Gravity Sedimentation - Design of Thickeners - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 33 - Gravity Sedimentation - Design of Thickeners - 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 34 - Centrifugal Separations - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 35 - Centrifugal Separations - 2 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 36 - Floatation - 1 |

Link | NOC:Mechanical Unit Operations | Lecture 37 - Floatation - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 1 - Introduction of Phase Equilibrium |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 2 - Classical Thermodynamics of Phase Equilibria - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 3 - Classical Thermodynamics of Phase Equilibria - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 4 - Thermodynamic Properties from Volumetric Data |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 5 - Fugacity from Volumetric Data - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 6 - Fugacity from Volumetric Data - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 7 - Intermolecular Forces and Non-Ideal Behaviour |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 8 - Intermolecular Forces-Potential Energy Functions |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 9 - Molecular Theory of Corresponding States - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 10 - Molecular Theory of Corresponding States - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 11 - Intermolecular Potential and EoS |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 12 - Virial Coefficients from Potential Functions |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 13 - Virial Coefficients from Corresponding States Theory |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 14 - Fugacities in Gaseous Mixtures - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 15 - Fugacities in Gaseous Mixtures - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 16 - Fugacities in Gaseous Mixtures - 3 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 17 - Liquid Mixtures and Excess Functions |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 18 - Excess Functions and Activity Coefficients |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 19 - Activity Coefficients and Thermodynamic Consistency |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 20 - Models for Excess Gibbs Energy - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 21 - Models for Excess Gibbs Energy - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 22 - Models for Excess Gibbs Energy - 3 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 23 - Vapour-Liquid Equilibrium - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 24 - Vapour-Liquid Equilibrium - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 25 - Vapour-Liquid Equilibrium - 3 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 26 - Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 27 - Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 28 - Vapour-Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 29 - Vapour-Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium - 2 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 30 - Solid-Liquid Equilibrium - 1 |

Link | NOC:Advanced Thermodynamics | Lecture 31 - Solid-Liquid Equilibrium - 2 |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 1 - Separation Processes, Historical Development, Definition and Types of Membranes |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 2 - Membrane Processes and Classifications, Advantages, Disadvantages, Applications |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 3 - Polymer Basics, Polymers used in Membrane Preparation and their Properties |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 4 - Inorganic Materials for Membrane Preparation, their Advantages and Disadvantages |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 5 - Membrane Modules and Selection, Flow Types |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 6 - Preparation of Synthetic Membrane, Phase Inversion Membranes |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 7 - Composite membranes: Interfacial polymerization, dip-coating, plasma polymerization |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 8 - Inorganic membranes: Sol-Gel process, ceramic membrane preparation, membrane modification |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 9 - Porous and non-porous membranes, characterization of porous membranes and MF membrane |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 10 - MF membrane characterization: Bubble point,Mercury intrusion, Permeability method |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 11 - UF membrane characterization: Gas adsorption-desorption, Thermoporometry, MWCO method |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 12 - Passive transport, active transport, description of transport process |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 13 - Transport through porous membrane and nonporus membrane |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 14 - Concept of osmosis and reverse osmosis, thermodynamic analysis |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 15 - Revision of concepts and fundaments |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 16 - HP and LP RO, membrane materials, modules, models for RO transport |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 17 - Advantages of RO, fouling, RO applications, Pressure retarded osmosis |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 18 - Nanofiltration basics, transport mechanism, fouling model and applications |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 19 - Basic principles of UF, membranes and modules, UF configurations |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 20 - Models for UF transport, mass transfer coefficient, membrane rejection and sieving coefficient |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 21 - Factors affecting UF performance, fouling and permeate flux enhancement, UF applications1 |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 22 - Micellar-enhanced UF, affinity UF, UF based bioseparation |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 23 - Basic principles, advantages of MF, cross-flow and dead-end MF, membranes and modules |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 24 - Models for MF transport, plugging and throughput, fouling in MF, MF applications |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 25 - Problems and solutions based on RO and MF |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 26 - Problems and solutions based on UF |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 27 - Dialysis, membranes and modules, mass transport in dialysis, diffusion analysis, applications |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 28 - Ion-exchange membranes, ED process, energy requirement, applications, reverse ED |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 29 - PV principle, advantages, mass transfer and applications, hybrid distillation/PV |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 30 - Problems and solutions based on ED and PV |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 31 - Concept, types of LM, mechanism of mass transfer in LM, choice of solvent and carrier, applications |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 32 - Basic principle of gas separation, transport mechanism, factors affecting gas separation, applications |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 33 - Basic principle of MD, mechanism, process parameters, membranes, applications |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 34 - Mechanism, coupled transport, carrier agent, active and passive transport, applications |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 35 - Gas-liquid and liquid-liquid contactors, membrane reactors and bioreactors, PEM hydrogen fuel cell |

Link | NOC:Membrane Technology | Lecture 36 - Perstraction, membrane chromatography and controlled drug delivery |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Optimization |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 2 - Linear Regression |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 3 - Multiple, Polynomial and General Linear Least Square Regression |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 4 - Nonlinear Regression |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 5 - Regression : MATLAB Implementation |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 6 - Teaching Learning Based Optimization |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 7 - Implementation of TLBO in MATLAB |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 8 - Supplementary: Preliminary Statistical analysis for metaheuristic techniques |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 9 - Supplementary: Preliminary Statistical analysis - MATLAB implementation |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 10 - Particle Swarm Optimization |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 11 - Implementation of Particle Swarm Optimization using MATLAB |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 12 - Differential Evolution |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 13 - Implementation of Differential Evolution using MATLAB |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 14 - Binary Coded Genetic Algorithm |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 15 - Real Coded Genetic Algorithm |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 16 - Implementation of Real Coded Genetic Algorithm using MATLAB |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 17 - Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 18 - Working of Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 19 - Implementation of Artificial Bee Colony using MATLAB |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 20 - Comparison of Variation Operators and Survival Strategies |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 21 - Black-Box Optimization Problems |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 22 - Constraint-Handling in Metaheuristic Techniques |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 23 - Case Study: Production planning |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 24 - Case Study: Production planning MATLAB Implementation |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 25 - Parallelization and Vectorization of Fitness Function |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 26 - Constraint-Handling using Correction Approach |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 27 - MATLAB inbuilt functions: Linear and Mixed Integer Linear Programming |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 28 - MATLAB inbuilt functions: Nonlinear and Mixed Integer Nonlinear Programming |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 29 - MATLAB Optimization Tool: Options, Output Function, Vectorization, Parallelization |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 30 - MATLAB inbuilt functions: Multi-objective Optimization |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 31 - Simplex Method for LP |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 32 - Branch and Bound Method for MILP |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 33 - MILP formulation of Production Planning Problem |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 34 - Generalized Algebraic Modelling System |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 35 - Solution of Production Planning Problem using GAMS and NEOS, MIRO |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 36 - IBM ILOG CPLEX Optimization Studio |

Link | NOC:Computer Aided Applied Single Objective Optimization | Lecture 37 - Constraint Programming Applications in IBM ILOG CPLEX Optimization Studio |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 1 - Definition, History, Role of Chemical Engineer |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 2 - Basic Features of Chemical Process |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 3 - Unit systems and dimensions |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 4 - Variables and Properties of Material in System |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 5 - Pressure and Temperature of Flow Process |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 6 - Rate of Process |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 7 - Principles of material balance and calculation |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 8 - Material Balances on Processes with Recycle and Bypass |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 9 - Material balances on reactive processes |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 10 - Material balances on combustion reactions |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 11 - State Equation of Ideal Gas and Calculation |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 12 - State Equation of non-Ideal Gas and Calculation |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 13 - Phase equilibrium |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 14 - Equilibrium Laws, Humidity and Saturation |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 15 - Humidity, Saturation Psychrometric chart |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 16 - Process of phase change: Condensation and vaporization |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 17 - Principles of Energy |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 18 - Laws and properties of thermodynamics |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 19 - Standard Heat of Formation |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 20 - The mechanical energy balance |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 21 - Enthalpy balances without reaction |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 22 - Energy balance with multiplle streams without reaction |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 23 - Energy balance on heat of solution |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 24 - Energy balance with heat of reaction |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 25 - Energy balance with heat of reaction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 26 - Energy balance with heat of combustion |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 27 - Material balance of transient process |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 28 - Unsteady state energy balance |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 29 - Least Square Method Linear equation fitting |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 30 - Non-linear algebraic equation system |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 31 - Numerical Integration |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 32 - Process Degrees of Freedom |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 33 - Process Flowsheeting and codes |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 34 - Case Study: Cumene Production |

Link | NOC:Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 35 - Case Study: Cumene Production (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 1 - Solar Energy: An overview of thermal applications |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 2 - Solar radiation |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 3 - Practice problems - Part I |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 4 - Practice problems - Part II |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 5 - Non-concentrating solar collectors - Part I |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 6 - Non-concentrating solar collectors - Part II |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 7 - Non-concentrating solar collectors - Part III |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 8 - Practice problems - Part I |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 9 - Practice problems - Part II |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 10 - Practice problems - Part III |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 11 - Parabolic solar collectors |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 12 - Practice problems |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 13 - Thermal energy storage systems - Part I |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 14 - Thermal energy storage systems - Part II |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 15 - Solar energy utilization methods |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 16 - Classification of energy resources |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 17 - Broad classification and compositional analysis |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 18 - Characteristics and properties of biomass |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 19 - Properties and structural components of biomass |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 20 - Biomass residues and energy conversion routes |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 21 - Utilisation of biomass through bio-chemical and thermo-chemical routes |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 22 - Conversion mechanism of biomass to biogas and its properties |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 23 - Classification of biogas plants |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 24 - Practice problems - I |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 25 - Practice problems - II |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 26 - Practice problems - III |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 27 - Bioconversion of substrates into alcohol |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 28 - Thermo-chemical conversion, torrefaction and combustion processes |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 29 - Thermo-chemical conversion of biomass to solid, liquid and gaseous fuels |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 30 - Gasification process |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 31 - Thermo-chemical conversion processes: pyrolysis, liquefaction and conversion processes |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 32 - Practice problems - I |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 33 - Practice problems - II |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 34 - Turbine terms, types and theories - Part I |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 35 - Turbine terms, types and theories - Part II |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 36 - Characteristics and Power Generation from Wind Energy - Part I |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 37 - Characteristics and Power Generation from Wind Energy - Part II |

Link | NOC:Renewable Energy Engineering: Solar, Wind and Biomass Energy Systems | Lecture 38 - Practice problems |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 1 - Energy and Environment scenario |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 2 - Need for biomass based industries |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 3 - Biomass basics |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 4 - Dedicated energy crops |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 5 - Oil cropns and microalgae |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 6 - Enhancing biomass properties |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 7 - Basic concepts and types |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 8 - Feedstocks and properties |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 9 - Economics and LCA |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 10 - Barriers and Types |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 11 - Dilute acid, alkali, ozone |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 12 - Hybrid methods |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 13 - Physical Processes |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 14 - Gasification and Pyrolysis |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 15 - Products and Commercial Success Stories |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 16 - Types, fundamentals, equipments, applications |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 17 - Details of various processes |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 18 - Products and Commercial Success Stories |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 19 - Diesel from vegetable oils, microalgae and syngas |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 20 - Transesterification; FT process, catalysts |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 21 - Biodiesel purification, fuel properties |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 22 - Biooil and biochar production, reactors |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 23 - Factors affecting biooil, biochar production, fuel properties characterization |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 24 - Biooil upgradation technologies |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 25 - Microorganisms, current industrial ethanol production technology |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 26 - Cellulase production, SSF and CBP |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 27 - ABE fermentation pathway and kinetics, product recovery technologies |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 28 - Biohydrogen production, metabolics, microorganisms |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 29 - Biogas technology, fermenter designs, biogas purification |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 30 - Methanol production and utilization |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 31 - Biomass as feedstock for synthetic organic chemicals, lactic acid, polylactic acid |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 32 - Succinic acid, propionic acid, acetic acid, butyric acid |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 33 - 1,3-propanediol, 2,3-butanedioil, PHA |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 34 - Concept, lignocellulosic biorefinery |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 35 - Aquaculture and algal biorefinery, waste biorefinery |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 36 - Techno-economic evaluation |

Link | NOC:Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery | Lecture 37 - Life-cycle assessment |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 1 - Significance of software with example - Simulation on pen and paper vs simulation on Aspen Plus |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 2 - Understanding Resources and My Exchange, Start using Aspen Plus |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 3 - Overview of setting up of property environment |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 4 - Using Model Pallete - Mixers/Splitters, Separators |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 5 - Using Model Pallete - Exchangers |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 6 - Using Model Pallete - Columns |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 7 - Using Model Palette - Reactors |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 8 - Using Model Palette - Pressure Changers |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 9 - Example: Hydrocarbon Treatment - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 10 - Example: Hydrocarbon Treatment - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 11 - Setup, Components |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 12 - Property Methods |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 13 - Property Methods and Propeety Sets with example |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 14 - Analysis tools (Pure Components and Binary mixtures) |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 15 - Analysis tools (Ternary mixtures), Data and Regression (Part 1) |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 16 - Data and Regression (Part 2), Property Estimation |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 17 - Practice problems on pure components |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 18 - Practice problems on binary mixtures |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 19 - Miscellaneous practice problems and case studies |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 20 - Model Analysis Tools |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 21 - Separation of Hydrocarbon Mixture |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 22 - Synthesis of Acetaldehyde from Ethanol |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 23 - BTX Separation through Distillation |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 24 - Synthesis of Methanol from Syngas |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 25 - Synthesis of Dimethyl Ether from Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 26 - Synthesis of Ammonia in Cryogenic Process |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 27 - Production of Cumene |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 28 - Design, Rating and Simulation of Heat Exchanger |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 29 - Absorption and Distillation - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 30 - Absorption and Distillation - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 31 - Hydrodealkylation of Toluene |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 32 - Isobutene Production Plant |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 33 - Nitric Oxide Production Plant |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 34 - Plant Economy and Utilities |

Link | NOC:Aspen PlusÂ® Simulation Software - A basic course for beginners | Lecture 35 - Plant Dynamics and Control |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 1 - Introduction of Characterization Techniques - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Characterization Techniques - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 3 - Infrared Spectroscopy: Fundamentals |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 4 - Infrared Spectroscopy: IR Bands and Applications |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 5 - Infrared Spectrophotometer Instrumentation |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 6 - Raman Spectroscopy |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 7 - NMR: Concepts and Fundamentalsâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 8 - Chemical Shifts |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 9 - Factors Affecting Chemical Shift and 2D NMRâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 10 - Physisorption: Surface Area and Pore Analysis |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 11 - Physisorption Measurements |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 12 - Chemisorption |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 13 - Surface Tension and its Measurement - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 14 - Surface Tension and its Measurement - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 15 - Interfacial Tension and its Application |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 16 - Interfacial Tension and Influence of Surface Curvatureâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 17 - Rheology: Fundamentals and Principlesâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 18 - Complex Fluids and their Propertiesâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 19 - Rheology: Case Study on Hydrogel Synthesis |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 20 - Electron Spectroscopy for Surface Analysisâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 21 - Quantification in XRF and XPS Spectroscopyâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 22 - XPS Instrument and Applicationâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 23 - Introduction to Electrochemical Characterization Techniquesâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 24 - Electrode Potential, Kinetics and Mass Transfer Resistanceâ€‹ |

Link | NOC:Physical and Electrochemical Characterizations in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 25 - Voltammetry and Galvanostatic Charge-Dischargeâ€‹ |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 1 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 2 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 3 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 4 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 5 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 6 |

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Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 10 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 11 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 12 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 13 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 14 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 15 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 16 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 17 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 18 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 19 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 20 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 21 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 22 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 23 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 24 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 25 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 26 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 27 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 28 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 29 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 30 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 31 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 32 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 33 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 34 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 35 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 36 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 37 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 38 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 39 |

Link | Fluid Mechanics | Lecture 40 |

Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 1 |

Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 2 |

Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 3 |

Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 4 |

Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 5 |

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Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 30 |

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Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 37 |

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Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 39 |

Link | Mass Transfer II | Lecture 40 |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 1 - Introduction to the course |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 2 - Process Dynamics and Negative Feedback |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 3 - PID control |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 4 - Common Industrial Control Loops and advanced loops |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 5 - Advanced loops (Continued...) and multivariable systems |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 6 - Systematic Tuning Using Frequency Domain Analysis |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 7 - Frequency Domain Analysis |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 8 - Multivariable Systems |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 9 - RGA and dynamic decoupling |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 10 - Model based control |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 11 - Dynamic Matrix Control |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 12 - Control of Distillation Columns |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 13 - Temperature inferential distillation control |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 14 - Considerations in temperature inferential control |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 15 - Control of Complex Column Configurations |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 16 - Control of Heat Integrated Columns |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 17 - Homogenous extractive distillation |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 18 - More on complex columns and reactive distillation |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 19 - Control of reactors |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 20 - PFR controls (Continued..) & CSTRs |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 21 - CSTR heat management |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 22 - Heat Exchangers and Miscellaneous Systems |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 23 - Degrees of freedom analysis |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 24 - Degrees of freedom (Continued...) |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 25 - Illustration of considerations in control structure synthesis |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 26 - Two column recycle process |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 27 - Throughput manipulator selection |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 28 - Plantwide control structure design |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 29 - Systematizing plantwide control design |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 30 - The Luyben design procedure |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 31 - Role of equipment capacity constraints |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 32 - Recycle process case study |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 33 - Recycle process case study (Continued...) |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 34 - C4 isomerization process case study |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 35 - C4 isomerization process case study (Continued...) |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 36 - C4 isomerization process case study |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 37 - Systematic economic plantwide control design procedure |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 38 - Ethyl benzene process case study |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 39 - C4 isomerization process revisited |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 40 - Contrasting conventional and top-down approach |

Link | Plantwide Control of Chemical Processes | Lecture 41 - Cumene process plantwide control |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 1 - Review - 1 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 2 - Review - Temperature and Pressure |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 3 - Review - Energy Conservation |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 4 - Properties - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 5 - Properties - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 6 - Mass-energy analysis of open system |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 7 - Energy analysis of closed system |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 8 - The Second Law of Thermodynamics |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 9 - Entropy |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 10 - Thermodynamic Calculus - 1 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 11 - Thermodynamic Calculus - 2 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 12 - Thermodynamic Calculus - 3 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 13 - Thermodynamic Calculus - 4 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 14 - Legendre Transformation and Free-energy |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 15 - Criteria for phase equilibria |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 16 - Maxwell Relation |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 17 - Stability Criteria |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 18 - Thermodynamics of phase equilibrium |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 19 - Chemical potential and fugacity |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 20 - General discussion on fugacity |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 21 - Ideal Gas Mixture - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 22 - Ideal Gas Mixture - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 23 - Partial Molar Properties |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 24 - Partial Molar Properties from experimental data |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 25 - Thermodynamics properties from volumetric data - 1 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 26 - Thermodynamics properties from volumetric data - 2 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 27 - Fugacity of pure liquids and solids |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 28 - Thermodynamics properties from volumetric data: effect of V and T |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 29 - Approaches to phase equilibria calculation |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 30 - Traditional Approaches to phase equilibria calculations |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 31 - Algorithms for vapor-liquid equilibria |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 32 - Probability and Multiplicity |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 33 - Multiplicity and maximising the multiplicity |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 34 - Introduction to statistical mechanics |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 35 - Partition function for independent particles |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 36 - Intermolecular Forces |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 37 - Models of Molecular Pair Potentials |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 38 - Molecular Theory of Corresponding States |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 39 - Molecular Interactions in Dense Fluid Media |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 40 - Models for Electrolyte Systems |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 41 - Membrane Osmometry |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 42 - Fugacity of liquid mixture - 1 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 43 - Fugacity of liquid mixture - 2 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 44 - Models for fugacity of liquid mixtures - 1 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 45 - Models for fugacity of liquid mixtures - 2 |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 46 - Examples of Fugacity of liquids |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 47 - Stability of the Fluid Phases |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 48 - Theories of Solution - I |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 49 - Theories of Solution - II |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 50 - Polymer Solutions |

Link | NOC:Thermodynamics Of Fluid Phase Equilibria | Lecture 51 - Example Problems on Polymer Solutions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 2 - Measurability and controllability of energy |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 3 - Postulates of thermodynamics - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 4 - Postulates of thermodynamics - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 5 - Definition of intensive variables and driving forces for temperature and pressure flow |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 6 - Driving force for the matter flow |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 7 - Basic properties, phase diagram, and thermodynamic table |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 8 - Work, and heat |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 9 - First law of thermodynamics for closed system: Ideal gas behavior |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 10 - First law of thermodynamics: Example 1 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 11 - First law of thermodynamics for open system |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 12 - First law of thermodynamics: Example 2 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 13 - The second law of the thermodynamics: Review |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 14 - Carnot cycle and thermodynamic temperature |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 15 - The concept of entropy |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 16 - Maximum work and entropy of ideal gas |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 17 - Power cycles and examples |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 18 - Mathematical properties of fundamental equations |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 19 - Generalized thermodynamic potential - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 20 - Generalized thermodynamic potential - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 21 - Multivariable Calculus |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 22 - Maxwell's relations and examples |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 23 - Jacobian method and its applications |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 24 - Equilibrium and stability - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 25 - Equilibrium and stability - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 26 - Stability criteria |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 27 - Intrinsic stability of thermodynamic system |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 28 - Phase transitions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 29 - Clapeyron Equation and Vapour Pressure Correlations |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 30 - Equation of state |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 31 - Equation of state (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 32 - Repulsive Interaction |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 33 - Fugacity |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 34 - Thermodynamics of mixtures |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 35 - Partial molar properties and examples |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 36 - Examples of partial molar properties for real processes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 37 - Obtaining the partial molar properties from experimental data |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 38 - Partial molar properties of ideal gas mixtures |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 39 - Chemical potential of ideal gas mixtures |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 40 - Fugacity coefficient in terms of measurable properties |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 41 - Fugacity coefficient for mixtures |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 42 - Fugacity coefficient for ideal mixtures |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 43 - Activity coefficient for mixtures |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 44 - Gibbs - Duhem relations and its impacts on the activity |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 45 - Excess Gibbs free energy model - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 46 - Two suffix Margules equation |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 47 - Excess Gibbs free energy model - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 48 - Vapor Liquid Equilibria |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 49 - Vapor Liquid Equilibria (examples) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 50 - Vapor Liquid Equilibria (non-ideal mixtures - I) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 51 - Vapor Liquid Equilibria (non-ideal mixtures - II) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 52 - Azeotropes |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 53 - Azeotrope (binary mixture) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 54 - Liquid-Liquid equilibria - 1 |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 55 - liquid-liquid equilibria (Continued...) and solid-liquid equilibria |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 56 - Solid-liquid equilibria (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 57 - Solid-liquid equilibria examples and properties |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 58 - Examples of boiling point elevation |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 59 - Solubility of gases in the liquid |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 60 - Chemical reaction equilibria - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 61 - Chemical reaction equilibria - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 62 - Chemical reaction equilibria - III |

Link | NOC:Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2019) | Lecture 63 - Chemical reaction equilibria - IV |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 1 - Fundamentals of Biology & Biotechnology |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 2 - Glimpses of Microbial World - Bacteria |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 3 - Virus and Cell Organelles |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 4 - Carbohydrate |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 5 - Nucleic Acid |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 6 - Lipids |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 7 - Proteins |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 8 - Biochemistry & Thermodynamics of Enzymes |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 9 - Enzyme Kinetics : Michealis-Menten Kinetics |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 10 - Regulation of Enzyme Activity : Inhibition |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 11 - Regulation of Enzyme Activity : Inhibition (Continued...) |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 12 - Effects of Substrate and Inhibition, pH and Temperature on Enzyme Activity |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 13 - Immobilized Enzymes |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 14 - Immobilized Enzymes (Continued...) |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 15 - Interphase Mass Transfer and Reaction in Immobilized Enzymes |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 16 - Interphase Mass Transfer and Reaction in Immobilized Enzymes (Continued...) |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 17 - Effectiveness Factor in Immobilized Enzymes |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 18 - Bioenergetics and Glycolysis |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 19 - TCA Cycle |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 20 - Electron Transport Chain & Oxidative Phosphorylation |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 21 - Pentose Phosphate Pathways Glycogenesis & Glycogenolysis |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 22 - Urea Cycle, Gluconeogenesis and Glyoxalate Cycle |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 23 - Microbial Growth : Phases and Models |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 24 - Effect of Mass Transfer on Microbial & Fungal Growth |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 25 - Effect of Multiple Substrates and Inhibition on Microbial Growth |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 26 - Design of Bioreactors |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 27 - Design of Chemostats |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 28 - Stability of Bioreactors |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 29 - Stability of Bioreactors (Continued...) |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 30 - Introduction to Receptor - Ligand Binding |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 31 - Effects of Ligand Depletion and Multiple Receptors on Binding Kinetics |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 32 - Effects of Ligand Depletion and Multiple Receptors on Binding Kinetics (Continued...) |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 33 - Receptors-Mediated Endocytosis |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 34 - Kinetics of Receptor-Mediated Endocytosis |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 35 - General Model for Receptor-Mediated Endocytosis |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 36 - Multiple Interacting Microbial Population: Prey-Predator Models |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 37 - Manufacture of Biochemicals |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 38 - Manufacture of Biochemicals (Continued...) & Strategies for Biomolecules Separation |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 39 - Strategies for Biomolecules Separation (Continued...) |

Link | Biochemical Engineering | Lecture 40 - Strategies for Biomolecules Separation (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 2 - Introduction (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 3 - Lab on Chip |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 4 - Lab on Chip (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 5 - Microscale manufacturing practices |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 6 - Photolithography |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 7 - Photolithography (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 8 - Deposition |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 9 - Plastic microfluidic devices |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 10 - Mixing |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 11 - Micro Heat Pipes |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 12 - Mixing (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 13 - Mixing (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 14 - Micro Heat Pipes (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 15 - Mixing (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 16 - Dispersion |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 17 - Dispersion (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 18 - Dispersion (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 19 - Electrowetting |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 20 - Electro osmosis |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 21 - Electrowetting (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 22 - Electro osmosis (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 23 - Dielectrophoresis |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 24 - Dielectrophoresis (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 25 - Dielectrophoresis (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 26 - Scaling dimension and issues |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 27 - Slip flow |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 28 - Microstructured reactor |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 29 - Immiscible flow in microchannel |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 30 - Immiscible flow in microchannel (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 31 - Immiscible flow in microchannel (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 32 - Scaling dimension and issues (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 33 - Immiscible flow in microchannel (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 34 - Plastic device making |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 35 - Transport processes and their descriptions |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 36 - Convective fluid dynamics in microchannels |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 37 - Microfluidic networks |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 38 - Electrohydrodynamic atomization |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 39 - Electrohydrodynamic atomization (Continued...) |

Link | Microscale Transport Processes | Lecture 40 - Interfacial phenomena in thin liquid films |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 2 - Estimation of Flow Patterns |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 3 - Estimation of Flow Patterns (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 4 - Flow Pattern Maps Fascinating Taylor Bubbles |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 5 - Definitions and Common Terminologies |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 6 - Definitions and Common Terminologies (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 7 - Simple Analytical Models |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 8 - The Homogeneous Flow Theory |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 9 - The Homogeneous Flow Theory (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 10 - Compressible Flow A Recapitulation |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 11 - Compressible Flow A Recapitulation (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 12 - Choked Flow Condition for Homogeneous Flow |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 13 - Drift Flux Model |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 14 - Drift Flux Model (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 15 - Drift Flux Model (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 16 - Drift Flux Model (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 17 - Separated Flow Model |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 18 - Separated Flow Model (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 19 - Separated Flow Model (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 20 - Separated Flow Model - Condition of Choking |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 21 - Separated Flow Model - Condition of Choking (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 22 - Separated Flow Model - Estimation of Frictional Pressure Drop and Void Fraction |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 23 - Separated Flow Model - Estimation of Frictional Pressure Drop and Void Fraction (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 24 - Separated Flow Model - Estimation of Frictional Pressure Drop and Void Fraction (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 25 - Separated Flow Model - Estimation of Frictional Pressure Drop and Void Fraction (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 26 - Analysis of Specific Flow Regimes |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 27 - Analysis of Specific Flow Regimes (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 28 - Analysis of Specific Flow Regimes - Slug Flow (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 29 - Two Phase Flow with Phase Change - An Introduction to Boiling Heat Transfer |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 30 - Bubble Growth |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 31 - Different Types of Nucleation |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 32 - Ibullition from Hot Surfaces |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 33 - Cycle of Bubble Growth and Departure |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 34 - Heat Transfer in Different Regimes of Boiling |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 35 - Heat Transfer in Different Regimes of Boiling (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 36 - Critical Heat Flux, Film Boiling |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 37 - Measurement Techniques for Two Phase flow Parameters |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 38 - Measurement Techniques for Two Phase flow Parameters - Void Fraction Measurement |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 39 - Measurement Techniques for Two Phase flow Parameters - Void Fraction Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase Flow | Lecture 40 - Measurement Techniques for Two Phase flow Parameters - Estimation of Flow Patterns |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 1 - Fundamentals of Separation Processes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 2 - Identification of Novel Separation Processes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 3 - Membrane Separation Processes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 4 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...1) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 5 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...2) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 6 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...3) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 7 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...4) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 8 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...5) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 9 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...6) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 10 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...7) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 11 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...8) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 12 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...9) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 13 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...10) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 14 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...11) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 15 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...12) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 16 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...13) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 17 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...14) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 18 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...15) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 19 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...16) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 20 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...17) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 21 - Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...18) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 22 - External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 23 - External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...1) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 24 - External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...2) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 25 - External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...3) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 26 - External Field Induced Membrane Separation Processes (Continued...4) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 27 - Gas Separation |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 28 - Gas Separation (Continued...) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 29 - Surfactant Based Separation Processes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 30 - Surfactant Based Separation Processes (Continued...) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 31 - Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 32 - Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration (Continued...) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 33 - Liquid Membranes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 34 - Liquid Membranes (Continued...) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 35 - Centrifugal Separation Processes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 36 - Chromatographic Separation Processes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 37 - Chromatographic Separation Processes (Continued...) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 38 - Ion Exchange Processes |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 39 - Electrophoretic Separation Methods |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 40 - Electrophoretic Separation Methods (Continued...) |

Link | Novel Separation Processes | Lecture 41 - Supercritical Fluid Extraction |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Process Control |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Process Control (Continued...) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 3 - Mathematical Modeling (Continued...1) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 4 - Mathematical Modeling (Continued...2) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 5 - Mathematical Modeling (Continued...3) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 6 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 7 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes (Continued...1) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 8 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes (Continued...2) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 9 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes (Continued...3) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 10 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes (Continued...4) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 11 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes (Continued...5) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 12 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes (Continued...6) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 13 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes (Continued...7) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 14 - Dynamic Behavior of Chemical Processes (Continued...8) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 15 - Feedback Control Schemes |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 16 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...1) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 17 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...2) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 18 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...3) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 19 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...4) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 20 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...5) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 21 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...6) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 22 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...7) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 23 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...8) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 24 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...9) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 25 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...10) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 26 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...11) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 27 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...12) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 28 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...13) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 29 - Feedback Control Schemes (Continued...14) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 30 - Advanced Control Schemes |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 31 - Advanced Control Schemes (Continued...1) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 32 - Advanced Control Schemes (Continued...2) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 33 - Advanced Control Schemes (Continued...3) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 34 - Advanced Control Schemes (Continued...4) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 35 - Instrumentation: General Principles of Measurement Systems |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 36 - Instrumentation: General Principles of Measurement Systems (Continued...1) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 37 - Instrumentation: General Principles of Measurement Systems (Continued...2) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 38 - Instrumentation: General Principles of Measurement Systems (Continued...3) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 39 - Instrumentation: General Principles of Measurement Systems (Continued...4) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 40 - Instrumentation: General Principles of Measurement Systems (Continued...5) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 41 - Transducer Elements |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 42 - Pressure Measurement |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 43 - Pressure Measurement (Continued...1) |

Link | Process Control and Instrumentation | Lecture 44 - Pressure Measurement (Continued...2) |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 2 - Introduction (Continued...) |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 3 - Some Fundamental Surface Related Concepts - I |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 4 - Surface Tension (in terms of molecular interactions) |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 5 - Effect Surface Tension : Laplace Pressure |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 6 - Young Laplace Equation |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 7 - Rayleish Instability |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 8 - Meso Scale Fabrication Approaches |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 9 - Photo Lithography - I |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 10 - Photo Lithography - II |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 11 - Photo Lithography - III |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 12 - Photo Lithography - IV |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 13 - Photo Lithography - V |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 14 - Nano Imprint Lithography |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 15 - Nano Imprint Lithography (Continued...) |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 16 - Soft Lithography - I |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 17 - Soft Lithography - II |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 18 - Soft Lithography - III |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 19 - Soft Lithography - IV |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 20 - Soft Lithography - V |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 21 - Soft Lithography - VI |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 22 - Atomic Force Microscope - I |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 23 - Atomic Force Microscope - II |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 24 - Atomic Force Microscope - III |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 25 - Atomic Force Microscope - IV |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 26 - Atomic Force Microscope - V |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 27 - Intermolecular Forces between Particles and Surfaces - I |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 28 - Intermolecular Forces between Particles and Surfaces - II |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 29 - Intermolecular Forces between Particles and Surfaces - III |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 30 - Intermolecular Forces between Particles and Surfaces - IV |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 31 - Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film - I |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 32 - Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film - II |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 33 - Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film - III |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 34 - Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film - IV |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 35 - Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film - V |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 36 - Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film - VI |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 37 - Spontaneous instability and dwetting of thin polymer film - VII |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 38 - Template Guided Dewetting |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 39 - Elastic Contact Instability and Lithography |

Link | Instability and Patterning of Thin Polymer Films | Lecture 40 - Gradient Surfaces |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 1 - Introduction to vector space |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 2 - Introduction to vector space (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 3 - Onto, into, one to one function |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 4 - Vectors |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 5 - Vectors (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 6 - Contraction Mapping |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 7 - Contraction Mapping (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 8 - Matrix, Determinant |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 9 - Eigenvalue Problem in Discrete Domain |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 10 - Eigenvalue Problem in Discrete Domain (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 11 - Eigenvalue Problem in Discrete Domain (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 12 - Eigenvalue Problem in Discrete Domain (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 13 - Stability Analysis |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 14 - Stability Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 15 - Stability Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 16 - More Examples |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 17 - Partial Differential Equations |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 18 - Partial Differential Equations (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 19 - Eigenvalue Problem in Continuous Domain |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 20 - Special ODEs |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 21 - Adjoint Operator |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 22 - Theorems of Eigenvalues and Eigenfunction |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 23 - Solution PDE : Separation of Variables Method |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 24 - Solution of Parabolic PDE : Separation of variables method |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 25 - Solution of Parabolic PDE : Separation of Variables Method (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 26 - Solution of Higher Dimensional PDEs |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 27 - Solution of Higher Dimensional PDEs (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 28 - Four Dimensional Parabolic PDE |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 29 - Solution of Elliptic and Hyperbolic PDE |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 30 - Solution of Elliptic and Hyperbolic PDE (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 31 - PDE in Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinate |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 32 - Solution of non-homogeneous PDE |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 33 - Solution of non-homogeneous PDE (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 34 - Solution of non-homogeneous Parabolic PDE |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 35 - Solution of non-homogeneous Elliptic PDE |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 36 - Solution of non-homogeneous Elliptic PDE (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 37 - Similarity Solution |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 38 - Similarity Solution (Continued...) |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 39 - Integral Method |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 40 - Laplace Transform |

Link | Advanced Mathematical Techniques in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 41 - Fourier Transform |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 1 - Fundamentals of Separation Processes and Introduction of Membrane System |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 2 - Fundamentals of Separation Processes and Introduction of Membrane System (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 3 - Fundamentals of Separation Processes and Introduction of Membrane System (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 4 - Fundamentals of Separation Processes and Introduction of Membrane System (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 5 - Modeling of Reverse Osmosis |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 6 - Concentration Polarization |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 7 - Osmotic Pressure Controlling Filtration |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 8 - Osmotic Pressure Controlling Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 9 - Osmotic Pressure Controlling Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 10 - Osmotic Pressure Controlling Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 11 - Osmotic Pressure Controlling Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 12 - Osmotic Pressure Controlling Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 13 - Modeling of Gel Layer Controlling Filtration |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 14 - Modeling of Gel Layer Controlling Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 15 - Modeling of Gel Layer Controlling Filtration (Continued...) and Resistance in Series Models |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 16 - Design of Membrane Module |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 17 - Design of Membrane Module (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 18 - Design of Membrane Module (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 19 - Modeling of Dialysis |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Process Modeling in Membrane Separation Process | Lecture 20 - Modeling of Dialysis (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 1 - Introduction - 1 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 2 - Introduction - 2 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 3 - Introduction - 3 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 4 - Fundamental Concepts Related to Surface Tension - 1 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 5 - Fundamental Concepts Related to Surface Tension - 2 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 6 - Fundamental Concepts Related to Surface Tension - 3 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 7 - Fundamental Concepts Related to Surface Tension - 4 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 8 - Components of Surface Tension - 1 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 9 - Components of Surface Tension - 2 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 10 - Sell Assembly of Surfactant Molecules |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 11 - Laplace Pressure |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 12 - Photo Lithography - 1 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 13 - Photo Lithography - 2 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 14 - Photo Lithography - 3 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 15 - Photo Lithography - 4 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 16 - Photo Lithography - 5 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 17 - Photo Lithography - 6 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 18 - Soft Lithography - I |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 19 - Soft Lithography - 2 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 20 - Soft Lithography - 3 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 21 - Soft Lithography - 4 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 22 - Soft Lithography - 5 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 23 - Soft Lithography - 6 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 24 - Atomic Force Microscope - 1 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 25 - Atomic Force Microscope - 2 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 26 - Atomic Force Microscope - 3 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 27 - Atomic Force Microscope - 4 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 28 - Atomic Force Microscope - 5 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 29 - Atomic Force Microscope - 6 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 30 - Dewetting - 1 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 31 - Dewetting - 2 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 32 - VdW Interaction Between Two Surfaces |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 33 - Interaction Between Two Surfaces - 2 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 34 - Interaction Between Two Surfaces - 3 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 35 - Dewetting - 3 |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 36 - Pattern Directed Dewetting - I |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 37 - Pattern Directed Dewetting - II |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 38 - Spin Dewetting |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 39 - Elastic Contact Instability - I |

Link | NOC:Soft Nano Technology | Lecture 40 - Elastic Contact Instability - II |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 1 - Brief Introduction to Multiphase Flow |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 2 - Brief Introduction to Multiphase Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 3 - Two Phase Flow through Micro Channels |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 4 - Two Phase Flow through Micro Channels (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 5 - Criteria for Confinement for in Case of Two Phase Flow |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 6 - Pertinent Dimensionless Numbers in Two Phase |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 7 - Flow Pattern Maps for Milli and Micro Systems |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 8 - Pattern Transition from Energy Minimisation Principle |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 9 - Experimental Identification of Flow Regimes |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 10 - Experimental Identification of Flow Regimes (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 11 - Flow Regimes and Void Fraction Estimation |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 12 - Influence of Operating Parameter on Flow Patterns |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 13 - Influence of Operating Parameter on Flow Patterns (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 14 - Influence of Operating Parameter on Flow Patterns (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 15 - Influence of Operating Parameter on Flow Patterns (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 16 - Void Fraction Characteristic Mini and Micro Channel |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 17 - Void Fraction and Pressure Drop in Reduced Dimensions - Experimental results |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 18 - Void Fraction and Pressure Drop in Reduced Dimensions - Experimental results (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 19 - Theoretical Analysis of Two Phase Flow in Reduced Dimensions |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 20 - Theoretical Analysis of Two Phase Flow in Reduced Dimensions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 21 - Flow Pattern based Analysis in Micro Systems - Drift Flux Model |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 22 - Flow Pattern based Modelling - Slug Flow Model |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 23 - Flow Boiling in Microchannels |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 24 - Tutorial - I |

Link | NOC:Adiabatic Two-Phase Flow & Flow Boiling in Microchannel | Lecture 25 - Tutorial - II |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 2 - Introduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 3 - First Law of Thermodynamics |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 4 - Second Law of Thermodynamics |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 5 - Second Law of Thermodynamics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 6 - Entropy Change during Spontaneous Processes |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 7 - Criteria of Spontaneity |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 8 - Criteria of Spontaneity (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 9 - Thermodynamic Network |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 10 - Thermodynamic Network (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 11 - Tutorial 1 |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 12 - Gibbs free energy as a function of temperature and pressure |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 13 - P-v-T behaviour of gases |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 14 - P-v-T behaviour (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 15 - P-v-T behaviour (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 16 - P-v-T behaviour (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 17 - Tutorial 2 |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 18 - Property estimation from P-v-T behaviour |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 19 - Property estimation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 20 - Concept of chemical potential |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 21 - Chemical potential (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 22 - Homogeneous open systems |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 23 - Homogeneous open systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 24 - Heterogeneous Closed Systems |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 25 - Tutorial 3 |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 26 - Concept of fugacity |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 27 - Fugacity (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 28 - Estimation of fugacity coefficients |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 29 - Fugacity of condensed phase |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 30 - Mixtures |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 31 - Mixtures (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 32 - Tutorial 4 |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 33 - Partial molar properties |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 34 - Partial molar properties (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 35 - Partial molar fugacity |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 36 - Ideal solutions |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 37 - Ideal solutions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 38 - Ideal solutions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 39 - Ideal solutions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 40 - Non-ideal solutions |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 41 - Non-ideal solutions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 42 - Non-ideal solutions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 43 - Non-ideal solutions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 44 - Non-ideal solutions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 45 - Deviations from ideal dilute solutions |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 46 - Tutorial 5 |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 47 - Tutorial 6 |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 48 - Thermodynamics Consistency Test of VLE Data |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 49 - Retrograde Condensation |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 50 - Partial and Complete Immiscibility of Liquid Mixtures |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 51 - Partial and Complete Immiscibility of Liquid Mixtures (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 52 - Phase Equilibrium for Mass Transfer Processes |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 53 - Control Mass Analysis of Transient process |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 54 - Control Volume Analysis |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 55 - Throttling and problem |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 56 - Tutorial 7 |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 57 - First Law for reacting systems |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 58 - Estimation of standard heat of reaction |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 59 - Effect of operating variables on heat of reaction |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 60 - Chemical Reaction Equilibrium |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 61 - Equilibrium constant and its estimation |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 62 - Relation of Equilibrium constant to composition |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 63 - Effect of operating conditions on equilibrium conversion |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 64 - Relation of Equilibrium constant to composition (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Phase Equilibrium Thermodynamics | Lecture 65 - Miscellaneous concepts on Reaction Equilibrium |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 1 - Introduction : Newton's Law of Viscosity |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 2 - Fourier and Fick's Laws |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 3 - Shell Momentum Balance |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 4 - Example of Shell Momentum Balance |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 5 - Example of Shell Momentum Balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 6 - Example of Shell Momentum Balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 7 - Example of Shell Momentum Balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 8 - Example of Shell Momentum Balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 9 - Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 10 - Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 11 - Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 12 - Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 13 - Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 14 - Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 15 - Unsteady Flow |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 16 - Boundary Layers |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 17 - Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 18 - Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 19 - Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 20 - Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 21 - Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 22 - Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 23 - Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 24 - Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 25 - Turbulent Boundary Layers |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 26 - Turbulent Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 27 - Turbulent Boundary Layers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 28 - Drag |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 29 - Drag (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 30 - Heat Transfer Basics |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 31 - Heat Transfer Basics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 32 - 1-D Heat Conduction - Temperature Distributions |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 33 - 1-D Heat Conduction - Shell Heat Balance |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 34 - Shell Heat Balance |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 35 - Viscous Dissipation |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 36 - Transient Conduction |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 37 - Transient Conduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 38 - Forced Convection |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 39 - Energy Equation |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 40 - Energy Equation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 41 - Free Convection |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 42 - Thermal Boundary Layer |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 43 - Mass Transfer |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 44 - Mass Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 45 - Mass Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 46 - Mass Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 47 - Mass Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 48 - Mass Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 49 - Mass Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 50 - Mass Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 51 - Convection Transfer Equations |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 52 - Boundary Layer Similarity |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 53 - Boundary Layer - Analogy |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 54 - Analogy - Tutorial I |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 55 - Analogy - Tutorial II |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 56 - Analogy - Tutorial III |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 57 - Analogy - Tutorial IV and V |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 58 - Tutorial on Displacement Thickness |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 59 - Tutorial on Momentum Integral Equation |

Link | NOC:Transport Phenomena | Lecture 60 - Summary of the Course |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 1 - General Principles and Representation of Instruments |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 2 - General Principles and Representation of Instruments (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 3 - General Principles and Representation of Instruments (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 4 - General Principles and Representation of Instruments (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 5 - General Principles and Representation of Instruments (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 6 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - I |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 7 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - I (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 8 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - I (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 9 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - I (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 10 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - I (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 11 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - II |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 12 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 13 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 14 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 15 - Performance Characteristics of Instruments and Data Analysis - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 16 - Transducer Elements |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 17 - Transducer Elements (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 18 - Transducer Elements (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 19 - Transducer Elements (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 20 - Transducer Elements (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 21 - Pressure Measurement: Moderate and High Pressure Measuring Instruments |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 22 - Pressure Measurement: Moderate and High Pressure Measuring Instruments (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 23 - Pressure Measurement: Moderate and High Pressure Measuring Instruments (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 24 - Pressure Measurement: Moderate and High Pressure Measuring Instruments (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 25 - Pressure Measurement: Moderate and High Pressure Measuring Instruments (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 26 - High Vacuum Measurement |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 27 - High Vacuum Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 28 - High Vacuum Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 29 - High Vacuum Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 30 - Pressure Measurement |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 31 - Temperature Measurement |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 32 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 33 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 34 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 35 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 36 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 37 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 38 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 39 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 40 - Temperature Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 41 - Flow Measurement |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 42 - Flow Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 43 - Flow Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 44 - Flow Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 45 - Flow Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 46 - Level Measurement |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 47 - Level Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 48 - Level Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 49 - Level Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 50 - Level Measurement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 51 - Miscellaneous Measurements : Composition |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 52 - Miscellaneous Measurements : Composition (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 53 - Miscellaneous Measurements : Composition (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 54 - Miscellaneous Measurements : Composition (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 55 - Miscellaneous Measurements : Composition (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 56 - Pneumatic Control Valve |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 57 - Pneumatic Control Valve (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 58 - Pneumatic Control Valve (Continued...) and P&ID |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 59 - GATE Questions |

Link | NOC:Chemical Process Instrumentation | Lecture 60 - GATE Questions (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Optimization |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 3 - Introduction to Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 4 - Introduction of Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 5 - Introduction of Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 6 - Optimization Problem Formulation |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 7 - Optimization Problem Formulation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 8 - Optimization Problem Formulation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 9 - Optimization Problem Formulation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 10 - Optimization Problem Formulation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 11 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - I |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 12 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - I (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 13 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - I (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 14 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - I (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 15 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - I (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 16 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - II |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 17 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 18 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 19 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 20 - Basic Concepts of Optimization - II (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 21 - Unconstrained Single Variable Optimization: Methods and Applications (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 22 - Unconstrained Single Variable Optimization: Methods and Applications (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 23 - Unconstrained Single Variable Optimization: Methods and Applications (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 24 - Unconstrained Single Variable Optimization: Methods and Applications (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 25 - Unconstrained Single Variable Optimization: Methods and Applications (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 26 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Direct Search Methods |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 27 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Direct Search Methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 28 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Direct Search Methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 29 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Direct Search Methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 30 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Direct Search Methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 31 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Gradient Based Methods |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 32 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Gradient Based Methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 33 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Gradient Based Methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 34 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Gradient Based Methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 35 - Unconstrained Multivariable Optimization: Gradient Based Methods (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 36 - Introduction to Linear Programming |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 37 - Introduction to Linear Programming (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 38 - Introduction to Linear Programming (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 39 - Introduction to Linear Programming (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 40 - Introduction to Linear Programming (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 41 - Linear Programming - The Simplex Method |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 42 - Linear Programming - The Simplex Method (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 43 - Linear Programming - The Simplex Method (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 44 - Linear Programming - The Simplex Method (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 45 - Linear Programming - The Simplex Method (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 46 - Constrained Nonlinear Programming |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 47 - Constrained Nonlinear Programming (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 48 - Constrained Nonlinear Programming (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 49 - Constrained Nonlinear Programming (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 50 - Constrained Nonlinear Programming (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 51 - Applications of Optimization |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 52 - Applications of Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 53 - Applications of Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 54 - Applications of Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 55 - Applications of Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 56 - Software Tools for Optimization |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 57 - Software Tools for Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 58 - Software Tools for Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 59 - Software Tools for Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Optimization in Chemical Engineering | Lecture 60 - Software Tools for Optimization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Heat Transfer |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Heat Transfer |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 3 - Heat Diffusion Equation |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 4 - Relevant Boundary Conditions in Conduction |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 5 - One Dimensional Steady State Conduction |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 6 - Temperature Distribution in Radial Systems |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 7 - Tutorial Problem on Critical Insulation Thickness |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 8 - Heat Source Systems |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 9 - Tutorial Problems of Heat Generating Systems |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 10 - Transient Conduction |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 11 - Lumped Capacitance (Continued...) and Tutorial Problem |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 12 - Transient heat Conduction |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 13 - Transient Conduction - Heisler Chart |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 14 - Heat Transfer from Extended Surface |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 15 - Fins and General Conduction Analysis |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 16 - Fundamentals of Convection |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 17 - Equations of Change for Non-isothermal Systems |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 18 - Equations of Change for Non-isothermal Systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 19 - Tutorial on the Application of Energy Equation |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 20 - Nusselt Number of a heated sphere in Stagnant Air |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 21 - Momentum and Thermal Boundary Layers |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 22 - The Flat Plate in Parallel Flow - Hydrodynamics and Momentum Transfer |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 23 - The Flat Plate in Parallel Flow - Heat Transfer |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 24 - The Effects of Turbulence |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 25 - Turbulent External Flow |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 26 - Heat and Momentum Transfer Analogy |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 27 - Mixed Boundary Layers |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 28 - Tutorial Problem on External Flow and Behavior of Heat Transfer Coefficient |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 29 - Tutorial Problem in External Flow and Convection |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 30 - Tutorial Problem in External Flow and Convection |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 31 - Tutorial Problem in External Flow and Convection |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 32 - Internal Flow Heat Transfer |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 33 - Internal Flow Heat Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 34 - Internal Flow Heat Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 35 - Internal Flow and Heat Transfer (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 36 - Internal Flow and Heat Transfer (Tutorial) |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 37 - Free Convection |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 38 - Heat Exchangers |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 39 - Heat Exchangers |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 40 - Heat Exchangers |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 41 - Tutorial Problems on Heat Exchanger Calculations |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 42 - Tutorial Problem on LMTD and Dirt Factor |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 43 - Epsilon-NTU Method - 1 |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 44 - Epsilon-NTU Method - 1 (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 45 - Tutorial Problems on Epsilon - NTU Methods |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 46 - Tutorial Problems on Epsilon - NTU Methods |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 47 - Boiling, Evaporation and Evaporators |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 48 - Radiation - Fundamental Concepts |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 49 - Spectral Blackbody Radiation Intesity and Emissive Power |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 50 - Wein's Law, Stephen Boltzmann Law, Blackbody Radiation Function, Tutorial Problem |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 51 - Kirchhoff's Law |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 52 - Tutorial on Emissivity, Absroptivity and Blackbody Radiation Functions |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 53 - Solar Radiation and the Concept of View Factors |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 54 - Determination of View Factors |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 55 - Radiosity Blackbody Radiation Exchanges, Relevant Problem |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 56 - Network Method for Radiation Exchange in an Enclosure |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 57 - Network Method - Two and Three Zone Enclosures |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 58 - Tutorial Problem on Radiation Exhange using the Network Method |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 59 - Radiation Shields |

Link | NOC:Heat Transfer (2018) | Lecture 60 - Gaseous Radiation (Participating Medium) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 1 - Introduction (Definition Of Porous Media) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 2 - Introduction (Conceptual Flow Models) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 3 - Introduction (Applications) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 4 - Mass Continuity (Introduction) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 5 - Mass Continuity (Cartesian Coordinates) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 6 - Mass Continuity (Cylindrical Coordinates) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 7 - Mass Continuity (Radial Flow) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 8 - Mass Continuity (Non-Uniform Permeability) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 9 - Mass Continuity (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 10 - Mass Continuity (Streamlines And Potential Lines) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 11 - Mass Continuity (Elementary Flow) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 12 - Mass Continuity (Source/Sink) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 13 - Mass Continuity (Superposition Of Elementary Flow) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 14 - Mass Continuity (Superposition Of Elementary Flow) (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 15 - Transport Mechanisms (Introduction) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 16 - Transport Mechanisms (Combined Mode) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 17 - Transport Mechanisms (Adsorption/Pore Condensation) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 18 - Transport Mechanisms (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 19 - Flow Equation (Introduction) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 20 - Flow Equations (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 21 - Flow Equations (Viscous Flow in Capillary) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 22 - Flow Equations (Packed Bed) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 23 - Flow Equations (Fluidized Bed) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 24 - Miscible Displacement (Uniform Velocity Over Capillary Cross-Section) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 25 - Miscible Displacement (Laminar Flow in Capillary) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 26 - Miscible Displacement (Movement of Concentration Pulse) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 27 - Miscible Displacement (Step Change in Concentration) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 28 - Miscible Displacement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 29 - Miscible Displacement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 30 - Miscible Displacement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 31 - Miscible Displacement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 32 - Miscible Displacement (Fractured Porous Media) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 33 - Miscible Displacement (Viscous Front) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 34 - Immiscible Flow |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 35 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 36 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 37 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 38 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 39 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 40 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 41 - IMMISCIBLE FLOW (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 42 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 43 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 44 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 45 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 46 - Immiscible Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 47 - Interception Of Suspended Solids |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 48 - Interception Of Suspended Solids (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 49 - Interception Of Suspended Solids (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 50 - Interception Of Suspended Solids (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 51 - Interception Of Suspended Solids (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 52 - Interception Of Suspended Solids (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 53 - Deformable Porous Media |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 54 - Deformable Porous Media (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 55 - Deformable Porous Media (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 56 - Heat Transfer With Fluid Flow |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 57 - Heat Transfer With Fluid Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 58 - Heat Transfer With Fluid Flow (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 59 - Characterization |

Link | NOC:Flow through Porous Media | Lecture 60 - Characterization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 1 - Solid particle characterization |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 2 - Solid particle characterization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 3 - Particle size distribution |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 4 - Particle size distribution (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 5 - Particle size distribution (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 6 - Fluid - particle mechanics |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 7 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 8 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 9 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 10 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 11 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 12 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 13 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 14 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 15 - Fluid - particle mechanics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 16 - Flow through packed beds |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 17 - Flow through packed beds (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 18 - Flow through packed beds (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 19 - Flow through packed beds (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 20 - Flow through packed beds (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 21 - Fluidization |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 22 - Fluidization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 23 - Fluidization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 24 - Fluidization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 25 - Fluidization (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 26 - Sedimentation |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 27 - Sedimentation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 28 - Sedimentation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 29 - Sedimentation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 30 - Sedimentation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 31 - Filtration |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 32 - Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 33 - Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 34 - Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 35 - Filtration (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 36 - Centrifugal Separation |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 37 - Centrifugal Separation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 38 - Centrifugal Separation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 39 - Centrifugal Separation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 40 - Centrifugal Separation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 41 - Particle size reduction |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 42 - Particle size reduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 43 - Particle size reduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 44 - Particle size reduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 45 - Particle size reduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 46 - Particle size reduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 47 - Particle size enlargement |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 48 - Particle size enlargement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 49 - Particle size enlargement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 50 - Particle size enlargement (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 51 - Fluid - solid transport |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 52 - Fluid - solid transport (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 53 - Fluid - solid transport (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 54 - Fluid - solid transport (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 55 - Fluid - solid transport (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 56 - Colloids and nanoparticles |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 57 - Colloids and nanoparticles (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 58 - Colloids and nanoparticles (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 59 - Colloids and nanoparticles (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Fundamentals of Particle and Fluid Solid Processing | Lecture 60 - Colloids and nanoparticles (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 2 - Typical Design Steps |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 3 - Flow Diagram |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 4 - Flow Diagram - Mass and Energy Balance |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 5 - Piping and Instrumentation Diagram |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 6 - Selection of Process Equipment |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 7 - Process Utilities |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 8 - Plant Location |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 9 - Site and Plant Layout |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 10 - Heuristics in Process Synthesis and Design |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 11 - Capital Investment |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 12 - Capital Cost Estimates |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 13 - Cost Components in Capital Investments |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 14 - Methods of Capital Cost Estimates |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 15 - Estimation of Total Product Cost |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 16 - Different Types of Interest |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 17 - Continuous Interest, Cash Flow Diagram, Time Value of Money |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 18 - Uniform Cash Flows and Continuous Flows |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 19 - Income Tax and Depreciation |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 20 - Depreciation |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 21 - Cumulative Cash Flow and Profitability Standards |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 22 - Profitability Analysis |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 23 - Profitability Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 24 - Profitability Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 25 - Alternative Investment, Replacement and Sensitivity Analysis |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 26 - Introduction to Process Synthesis |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 27 - Hierarchical Approach to Process Synthesis - I |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 28 - Hierarchical Approach to Process Synthesis - II |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 29 - Hierarchical Approach to Process Synthesis - III |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 30 - Hierarchical Approach to Process Synthesis - IV |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 31 - Basic Reactor Principles |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 32 - Reactor Synthesis for Complex Reactions by Attainable Region: Fundamentals |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 33 - Reactor Synthesis for Complex Reactions by Attainable Region: Example-1 |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 34 - Reactor Synthesis for Complex Reactions by Attainable Region: Example-2 |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 35 - General Procedure for Reactor Design and Cost Estimation |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 36 - Introduction to Separation Systems |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 37 - Selection Criteria for Separation Processes |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 38 - Design of Multi-component Distillation Column: Short Cut Method |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 39 - Design of Multi-component Distillation Column: Short Cut Method - Example |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 40 - Introduction to Sequencing of Ordinary Distillation Columns |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 41 - Sequences for Simple Nonintegrated Distillation Columns |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 42 - Distillation Sequencing using Columns with Sidestreams |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 43 - Distillation Sequencing using Thermal Coupling |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 44 - Azeotropic Distillation: Residue Curve Maps |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 45 - Azeotropic Distillation Methods and Cost Estimation |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 46 - Introduction to Pinch Technology |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 47 - Composite Curves |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 48 - The Problem Table Method |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 49 - The Heat Recovery Pinch and The Grand Composite Curve |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 50 - Heat Exchanger Network Design |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 51 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 52 - Fires and Explosions: Flammability Characteristics |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 53 - Fires and Explosions: Prevention |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 54 - Toxic Release, Hazard Identification and MSDS |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 55 - Inherently Safer Design |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 56 - Optimality Criteria for Unconstrained Functions |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 57 - Examples |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 58 - Equality Constrained Problems: Langrange Multipliers |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 59 - Linear Programming Problems |

Link | NOC:Plant Design and Economics | Lecture 60 - Batch Process Scheduling |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 1 - Introduction and motivation |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 2 - Colloidal dispersions, terminology and classification |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 3 - Stability in colloids |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 4 - Source, synthesis and characterisation of colloids |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 5 - Characterisation of colloidal particles - I |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 6 - Characterisation of colloidal particles - II |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 7 - Introduction to forces acting on an individual colloidal particle |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 8 - Introduction to interaction between colloidal particles |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 9 - Application of Brownian force: Measument of diffusivity and size |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 10 - Radiation used to study colloidal systems |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 11 - Radiation used to study colloidal systems |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 12 - Molecular origin of Van der waals forces |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 13 - Vanderwaal interactions between particles |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 14 - Problem on scaling of Vanderwaal interactions |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 15 - Calculation of Vanderwaal's forces between semi-infinite blocks and Hamaker constant - I |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 16 - Calculation of Vanderwaal's forces between semi-infinite blocks and Hamaker constant - II |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 17 - Theories of Vanderwaal forces based on bulk properties and calculation of Hamaker constant using bulk properties |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 18 - Effect of medium on Vanderwaal's interactions - I |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 19 - Effect of medium on Vanderwaal's interactions - II |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 20 - Colloid Polymer mixtures |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 21 - Colloid polymer mixtures: colloid-solvent interactions and colloid-polymer interactions |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 22 - Colloid polymer mixtures: Depletion flocculation |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 23 - Colloid polymer mixtures: Depletion stabilisation |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 24 - Depletion interactions |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 25 - Steric interactions/osmotic repulsion |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 26 - Tutorial problem on depletion interactions |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 27 - Colloidal Interactions: Introduction to electrostatic interactions/electrical double layer interactions |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 28 - Introduction to models of electrical double layer: Helmholtz model/capacitor model |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 29 - Review and summary of Helmholtz model (or capacitor model) of electrical double layer |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 30 - Models of electrical double layer: Diffuse double layer model/Gouy-Chapman model |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 31 - Potential distribution near planar surfaces: Derivation of the Poisson-Boltzmann equation |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 32 - Potential distribution near planar surfaces: Solution to the linearised Poisson-Boltzmann equation |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 33 - Potential distribution near spherical surfaces: Solution to linearised Poisson-Boltzmann equation |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 34 - Comparison of Capacitor model and Diffuse double layer model |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 35 - Models of electrical double layer: Gouy Chapman Theory - I |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 36 - Models of electrical double layer: Gouy Chapman Theory - II |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 37 - Structure of Electrical double layer |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 38 - Force of Repulsion between interacting surfaces |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 39 - Potential Energy of repulsion between Planar double layers and DLVO Theory |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 40 - Zeta Potential and Electrophoretic mobility of an ion |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 41 - Electrokinetic Phenomena |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 42 - Relation between Electrophoretic mobility and Zeta potential - I |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 43 - Relation between Electrophoretic mobility and Zeta potential - II |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 44 - Colloidal particles at interfaces:Introduction |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 45 - Characterization of Particles at interface |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 46 - Experimental Observations -Concept of Electrostatic interactions and Stability at interfaces |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 47 - Implications from Surface energy balances and Estimation of energy required for detachment |

Link | NOC:Colloids and Surfaces | Lecture 48 - Colloidal interactions at interface |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 1 - Why are polymers so common? |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 2 - Polymers: Molecular structure |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 3 - Process, structure, property |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 4 - Biopolymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 5 - Molecular weight and distribution |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 6 - Polymerization |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 7 - Macromolecular nature |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 8 - Renewable sources for polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 9 - Polymerization/depolymerization |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 10 - States of interest |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 11 - Application based terms |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 12 - Reuse and repurpose |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 13 - Molecular conformations |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 14 - Size, mobility and flexibility |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 15 - Polyelectrolytes |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 16 - Structures in biopolymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 17 - Amorphous/crystalline states - 1 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 18 - Amorphous/crystalline states - 2 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 19 - Orientation |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 20 - Interactions |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 21 - Kinetics of crystallization |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 22 - Glass transition - 1 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 23 - Glass transition - 2 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 24 - States in environment |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 25 - Liquid crystalline polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 26 - Copolymers - 1 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 27 - Copolymers - 2 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 28 - Blends - 1 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 29 - Blends - 2 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 30 - Microstructure in polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 31 - Composites |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 32 - Stress strain response |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 33 - Additives for polymeric systems |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 34 - Blends/composites in recycling |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 35 - Physical/chemical crosslinking |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 36 - Mechanical properties - I |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 37 - Mechanical properties - II |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 38 - Physical and chemical aging |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 39 - Solutions: properties |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 40 - Conducting polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 41 - Dielectric response - I |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 42 - Dielectric response - II |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 43 - Plasticity |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 44 - Properties of composites |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 45 - Viscoelasticity: introduction |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 46 - Thermal response |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 47 - Viscoelasticity: characterization |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 48 - Viscoelasticity: simple models |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 49 - Dynamic Mechanical analysis |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 50 - Damping Applications |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 51 - Time Temperature superposition |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 52 - Impact and energy absorption |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 53 - Testing for applications |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 54 - Properties of blends |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 55 - Biomimetic polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 56 - Advanced mechanics |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 57 - Viscoelastic response: examples |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 58 - Polymer packaging |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 59 - Porous polymers/membranes |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 60 - Polymer at interfaces |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 61 - Diffusion in polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 62 - Compatibilizers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 63 - Biopolymer applications |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 64 - Adhesives and Paints |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 65 - Dissolution and recovery |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 66 - Polymerization kinetics |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 67 - Polymerization reactors |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 68 - Polymer processing - I |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 69 - Polymer processing - II |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 70 - Polymer processing - III |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 71 - Flow simulations |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 72 - Processing for recycling |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 73 - Recycle, up-down cycling - I |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 74 - Recycle, up-down cycling - II |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 75 - Flow behaviour - rheology |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 76 - Crosslinking |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 77 - Conversion of polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 78 - Rheology and entanglement |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 79 - Rheological models |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 80 - Rheology and processing |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 81 - Absorption and leaching |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 82 - Swelling of polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 83 - Viscosity for polymer processing |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 84 - Microplastics, aerosols, sediments |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 85 - Biodegradation of polymers |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 86 - Biodegradable polymers - 1 |

Link | NOC:Polymers: Concepts, Properties, Uses and Sustainability | Lecture 87 - Biodegradable polymers - 2 |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Engineering Calculations |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 2 - Introduction to Engineering Calculations (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 3 - Introduction to Engineering Calculations (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 4 - Introduction to Processes and Process Variables |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 5 - Introduction to Processes and Process Variables (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 6 - Fundamentals of Material Balance |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 7 - Fundamentals of Material Balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 8 - Fundamentals of Material Balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 9 - Fundamentals of Material Balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 10 - Material Balance of Single-unit |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 11 - Material Balance of Multiple Units |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 12 - Material Balance of Multiple Units (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 13 - Material Balance of Multiple Units (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 14 - Material Balance of Multiple Units (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 15 - Material Balance of Multiple Units - Recycle |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 16 - Material Balance of Recycle and Bypass Units |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 17 - Material Balance of Recycle and Bypass Units (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 18 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 19 - Introduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 20 - Introduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 21 - Multiple reactions and reactive process balance |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 22 - Reactive process balance |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 23 - Multiple reactions and reactive process balance |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 24 - Reactive process balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 25 - Reactive process balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 26 - Combustion reactions balance |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 27 - Combustion reactions balance (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 28 - Single-phase systems |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 29 - Single phase systems (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 30 - Single-phase problems and concept of multi-phase system |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 31 - Introduction to Energy Balance - I |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 32 - Introduction to Energy Balance - II |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 33 - Introduction to Energy Balance - III |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 34 - Introduction to Energy Balance - IV |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 35 - Introduction to Energy Balance - V |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 36 - Introduction to Energy Balance - VI |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 37 - Introduction to Energy Balance - VII |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 38 - Introduction to Energy Balance - VIII |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 39 - Introduction to Energy Balance - IX |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 40 - Introduction to Energy Balance - X |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 41 - Introduction to Energy Balance - XI |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 42 - Estimation of Physical Properties - I |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 43 - Estimation of Physical Properties - II |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 44 - Estimation of Physical Properties - III |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 45 - Tutorial - I |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 46 - Tutorial - II |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 47 - Tutorial - III |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 48 - Tutorial - IV |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 49 - Estimation of Physical Parameters - IV |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 50 - Estimation of Physical Parameters - V |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 51 - Energy Balance with Chemical Reactions - I |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 52 - Energy Balance with Chemical Reactions - II |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 53 - Energy Balance with Chemical Reactions - III |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 54 - Energy Balance with Chemical Reactions - IV |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 55 - Energy Balance with Chemical Reactions - V |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 56 - Energy Balance with Chemical Reactions - VI |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 57 - Humidity and Psychrometric Chart - I |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 58 - Humidity and Psychrometric Chart - II |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 59 - Humidity and Psychrometric Chart - III |

Link | NOC:Material and Energy Balance Computations | Lecture 60 - Humidity and Psychrometric Chart - IV |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 2 - Introduction (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 3 - Optimum design and design documentation |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 4 - Introduction to Mass Transfer Processes |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 5 - Phase Equillibrium |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 6 - Phase Equillibrium (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 7 - Phase Equillibrium (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 8 - Distillation |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 9 - Flash Distillation and Design problem |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 10 - Fractionation |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 11 - Fractionation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 12 - McCabe-Thiele construction for number of ideal stages |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 13 - Optimum Design |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 14 - Multi-component fractionation design |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 15 - Batch Distillation |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 16 - Practical issues in desigining distillation processes |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 17 - Design of absorbers |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 18 - Design of absorbers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 19 - Design of absorbers (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 20 - Tower and Tower internals |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 21 - Tower and Tower internals (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 22 - Tower and Tower internals (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 23 - Sieve Tray Design |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 24 - Sieve Tray Design (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 25 - Sieve Tray Design (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 26 - Bubble Cap Tray Design |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 27 - Bubble Cap Tray Design (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 28 - Bubble Cap Tray Design (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 29 - Tower and Tower internals (Packed Tower Design) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 30 - Tower and Tower internals (Packed Tower Design) (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 31 - Adsorption |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 32 - Packed bed adsorption |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 33 - Packed bed adsorber design |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 34 - Packed bed adsorber design (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 35 - Liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 36 - Liquid-liquid extraction (L2) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 37 - Liquid-liquid extraction (L3) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 38 - Liquid-liquid extraction (L4) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 39 - Liquid-liquid extraction (L5) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 40 - Design of Mass Transfer Processes (Review) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 41 - Design of Heat Transfer Processes - Introduction |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 42 - Double Pipe Heat exchanger |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 43 - Double Pipe Heat exchanger (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 44 - Double Pipe Heat exchanger (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 45 - Design of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers - a general overview |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 46 - Design of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers - a general overview (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 47 - Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger - Design |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 48 - Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger - Design |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 49 - Heat exchanger Network Analysis |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 50 - Heat exchanger Network Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 51 - Heat exchanger Network Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 52 - Heat exchanger Network Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 53 - Heat exchanger Network Analysis (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 54 - Plant Hydraulics |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 55 - Plant Hydraulics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 56 - Plant Hydraulics (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 57 - Plant Hydraulics (End) |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 58 - Process Vessels |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 59 - Process Instrumentation and Control |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 60 - Engineered Safety |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 61 - Process Utilities |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 62 - Process Design using Simulators |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 63 - Process Packages |

Link | NOC:Principles and Practices of Process Equipment and Plant Design | Lecture 64 - Design of a 10 TPD Mono-nitrotoluene plant |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 1 - Thermodynamics and the Chemical Industry |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 2 - James Prescot Joule and the first law |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 3 - Sadi Carnot and the second law |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 4 - Equilibrium and Extrema in work |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 5 - Illustrative Calculations - I |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 6 - Properties of pure substances |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 7 - The p-h chart |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 8 - Work calculation |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 9 - Illustrative Calculations - II |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 10 - Heat-Work Interconversion Devices |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 11 - Refrigeration / Thermodynamics of mixtures |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 12 - The Gibbs Duhem equation |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 13 - Models for Excess Gibbs Free Energy |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 14 - Van Laar model |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 15 - Gaseous and liquid mixtures |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 16 - Separation Work / Equations of state |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 17 - Chemical potentials in gas and condensed phases |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 18 - Vapour Liquid Equilibria - I |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 19 - Vapour Liquid Equilibria - II |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 20 - Solvent-Solvent mixtures |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 21 - Solvent-Solute mixtures |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 22 - Liquid-liquid equilibria |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 23 - An industrial example |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 24 - Liquid-liquid equilibria / Reaction Equilibria |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 25 - Reaction Equilibria |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 26 - Illustrative Examples - I |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 27 - Illustrative Examples - II |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 28 - Illustrative Examples - III |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 29 - Simultaneous Relations |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 30 - Thermodynamic Consistency / Reverse Osmosis |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 31 - Miscellaneous topics in phase equilibria |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 32 - Absorption Refrigeration |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 33 - Summary of Classical Thermodynamics |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 34 - Molecular basis of Thermodynamics - I |

Link | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | Lecture 35 - Molecular basis of Thermodynamics - II |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 1 - Motivation for CFD and Introduction to the CFD approach |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 2 - Illustration of the CFD approach through a worked out example |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 3 - Eulerian approach, Conservation Equation, Derivation of Mass Conservation Equation and Statement of the momentum conservation equation |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 4 - Forces acting on a control volume; Stress tensor; Derivation of the momentum conservation equation ; Closure problem; Deformation of a fluid element in fluid flow |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 5 - Kinematics of deformation in fluid flow; Stress vs strain rate relation; Derivation of the Navier-Stokes equations |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 6 - Equations governing flow of incompressible flow; Initial and boundary conditions; Wellposedness of a fluid flow problem |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 7 - Equations for some simple cases; Generic scalar transport equation form of the governing equations; Outline of the approach to the solution of the N-S equations. |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 8 - cut out the first 30s; Spatial discretization of a simple flow domain; Taylorâ€™s series expansion and the basis of finite difference approximation of a derivative; Central and one-sided difference approximations; Order of accuracy of finite difference ap |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 9 - Finite difference approximation of pth order of accuracy for qth order derivative; cross -derivatives; Examples of high order accurate formulae for several derivatives |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 10 - One -sided high order accurate approximations; Explicit and implicit formulations for the time derivatives |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 11 - Numerical solution of the unsteady advection equation using different finite difference approximations |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 12 - Need for analysis of a discretization scheme; Concepts of consistency, stability and convergence and the equivalence theorem of Lax ; Analysis for consistency |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 13 - Statement of the stability problem; von Neumann stability analysis of the first order wave equation |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 14 - Consistency and stability analysis of the unsteady diffusion equation; Analysis for two- and three -dimensional cases; Stability of implicit schemes |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 15 - Interpretation of the stability condition; Stability analysis of the generic scalar equation and the concept of upwinding ; Diffusive and dissipative errors in numerical solution; Introduction to the concept of TVD schemes |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 16 - Template for the generic scalar transport equation and its extension to the solution of Navier-Stokes equa tions for a compressible flow. |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 17 - Illustration of application of the template using the MacCormack scheme for a three-dimensional compressible flow |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 18 - Stability limits of MacCormack scheme; Limitations in extending compressible flow schemes to incompre ssible flows ; Difficulty of evaluation of pressure in incompressible flows and listing of various approaches |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 19 - Artificial compressibility method and the streamfunction-vorticity method for the solution of NS equations and their limitations |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 20 - Pressur e equation method for the solution of NS equations |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 21 - Pressure-correction approach to the solution of NS equations on a staggered grid; SIMPLE and its family of methods |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 22 - Need for effici ent solution of linear algebraic equations; Classification of approaches for the solution of linear algebraic equations. |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 23 - Direct methods for linear algebraic equations; Gaussian elimination method |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 24 - Gauss-Jordan method; LU decomposition method; TDMA and Thomas algorithm |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 25 - Basic iterative methods for linear algebraic equations: Description of point -Jacobi, Gauss-Seidel and SOR methods |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 26 - Convergence analysis of basic iterative schemes; Diagonal dominance condition for convergence; Influence of source terms on the diagonal dominance condition; Rate of convergence |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 27 - Application to the Laplace equation |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 28 - Advanced iterative methods: Alternating Direction Implicit Method; Operator splitting |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 29 - Advanced iterative methods; Strongly Implicit Proc edure; Conjugate gradient method; Multigrid method |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 30 - Illustration of the Multigrid method for the Laplace equation |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 31 - Overview of the approach of numerical solution of NS equations for simple domains; Introduction to complexity arising from physics and geometry |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 32 - Derivation of the energy conservation equation |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 33 - Derivation of the species conservation equation; dealing with chemical reactions |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 34 - Turbulence; Characteri stics of turbulent flow; Dealing with fluctuations and the concept of time-averaging |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 35 - Derivation of the Reynolds -averaged Navier -Stokes equations; identification of the closure problem of turbulence; Boussinesq hypothesis and eddy viscosity |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 36 - Reynol ds stresses in turbulent flow; Time and length scales of turbulence; Energy cascade; Mixing length model for eddy viscosity |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 37 - One-equation model for turbulent flow |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 38 - Two -equation model for turbulent flow; Numerical calculation of turbulent reacting flows |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 39 - Calculation of near-wall region in turbulent flow; wall function approach; near-wall turbulence models |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 40 - Need for special methods for dealing with irregular flow geometry; Outline of the Body-fitted grid approach ; Coordinate transformation to a general, 3-D curvilinear system |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 41 - Transformation of the governing equations; Illustration for the Laplace equation; Appearance and significance of cross -derivative terms; Concepts of structured and unstructured grids. |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 42 - Finite vol ume method for complicated flow domain; Illustration for the case of flow through a duct of triangular cross -section. |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 43 - Finite volume method for the general case |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 44 - Generation of a structured grid for irregular flow domain; Algebraic methods; Elliptic grid generation method |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 45 - Unstructured grid generation; Domain nodalization; Advancing front method for triangulation |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 46 - Delaunay triangulation method for unstructured grid generation |

Link | Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 47 - Co -located grid approach for irregular geometries; Pressure correction equation for a co -located structured grid; Pressure correction equation for a co-located unstructured grid. |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 2 - Computational and Error Analysis |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 3 - Linear Equations - Part 1 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 4 - Linear Equations - Part 2 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 5 - Linear Equations - Part 3 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 6 - Linear Equations - Part 4 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 7 - Linear Equations - Part 5 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 8 - Linear Equations - Part 6 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 9 - Non Linear Algebraic Equations - Part 1 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 10 - Non Linear Algebraic Equations - Part 2 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 11 - Non Linear Algebraic Equations - Part 3 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 12 - Non Linear Algebraic Equations - Part 4 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 13 - Non Linear Algebraic Equations - Part 5 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 14 - Non Linear Algebraic Equations - Part 6 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 15 - Regression and Interpolation - Part 1 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 16 - Regression and Interpolation - Part 2 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 17 - Regression and Interpolation - Part 3 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 18 - Regression and Interpolation - Part 4 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 19 - Regression and Interpolation - Part 5 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 20 - Differentiation and Integration - Part 1 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 21 - Differentiation and Integration - Part 2 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 22 - Differentiation and Integration - Part 3 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 23 - Differentiation and Integration - Part 4 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 24 - Differentiation and Integration - Part 5 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 25 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 1 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 26 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 2 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 27 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 3 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 28 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 4 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 29 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 5 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 30 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 6 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 31 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 7 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 32 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 8 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 33 - Ordinary Differential Equations (initial value problems) - Part 9 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 34 - Ordinary Differential Equations (boundary value problems) - Part 1 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 35 - Ordinary Differential Equations (boundary value problems) - Part 2 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 36 - Ordinary Differential Equations (boundary value problems) - Part 3 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 37 - Partial Differential Equations - Part 1 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 38 - Partial Differential Equations - Part 2 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 39 - Partial Differential Equations - Part 3 |

Link | Computational Techniques | Lecture 40 - Partial Differential Equations - Part 4 |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 1 - Introduction: Why study particle characterization? |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 2 - Introduction: Classification of particle characteristics |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 3 - Morphological Characterization: Shape analysis methods |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 4 - Morphological Characterization: Techniques of shape assessment |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 5 - Morphological Characterization: Decision rules |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 6 - Morphological Characterization: Static vs dynamic methods of size analysis |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 7 - Morphological Characterization: Static methods of size analysis |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 8 - Morphological Characterization: Light scattering from spherical particles |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 9 - Morphological Characterization: Particle counters |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 10 - Morphological Characterization: Particle size distributions |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 11 - Morphological Characterization: Acoustic Attenuation Spectroscopy |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 12 - Morphological Characterization: Nano-particle size analysis |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 13 - Structural Characterization |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 14 - Interfacial Characterization |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 15 - Surface Adhesion: Forces |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 16 - Surface Adhesion: Electrostatic & Surface-Tension Forces |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 17 - Surface Adhesion: Adhesion Force Measurement |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 18 - Particle Removal: Methods |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 19 - Particle Removal: Wet Cleaning |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 20 - Particle Cohesion: Forces |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 21 - Particle Cohesion: Flowability Implications |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 22 - Transport Properties: Diffusion & Electrostatic Field Effects |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 23 - Transport Properties: Drag & Inertia |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 24 - Transport Properties: Deposition Fluxes & Rates |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 25 - Transport Properties: Illustrative Application |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 26 - Chemical & Compositional Characterization: Reactivity |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 27 - Chemical & Compositional Characterization: Analytical Methods |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 28 - Chemical & Compositional Characterization: XRD & AFM |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 29 - Nano-particle Characterization: Bottom-Up Synthesis Methods |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 30 - Nano-particle Characterization: Top-Down Synthesis Methods |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 31 - Nano-particle Characterization: Dispersion |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 32 - Nano-particle Characterization: Properties & Techniques |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 33 - Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Nano-Fluids |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 34 - Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Filtration |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 35 - Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Cleanrooms |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 36 - Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: High-Technology Manufacturing |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 37 - Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Explosivity |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 38 - Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Environment & Human Health |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 39 - Practical Relevance of Particle Characterization: Other Applications |

Link | Particle Characterization (PG) | Lecture 40 - Summary |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 2 - Random Variables |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 3 - Discrete Probability Distributions |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 4 - Example Set - I |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 5 - Continuous probability distributions |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 6 - Normal probability distribution |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 7 - Exploratory Data Analysis - Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 8 - Exploratory Data Analysis - Part B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 9 - Example Set - II |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 10 - Example Set - III |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 11 - Random samples: Sampling distribution of the mean (Part A) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 12 - Random samples: Sampling distribution of the mean (Part B) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 13 - Point Estimation |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 14 - Sampling distributions and the Central Limit Theorem |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 15 - Example Set - IV Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 16 - Estimation of Population Parameters Using Moments |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 17 - Confidence Intervals (Part A) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 18 - Confidence Intervals (Part B) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 19 - The T-distribution |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 20 - Chi-square distribution |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 21 - F-Distribution |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 22 - Example Set - V |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 23 - Hypothesis Testing - Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 24 - Hypothesis Testing - Part B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 25 - Hypothesis Testing - Part C |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 26 - Analysis of Experiments involving Single Factor - Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 27 - Analysis of Experiments involving Single Factor - Part B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 28 - Blocking and Randomization |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 29 - Example Set - VI - Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 30 - Example Set - VI - Part B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 31 - Factorial Design of Experiments - Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 32 - Factorial Design of Experiments - Part B: 22 Factorial Design |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 33 - Fractional Factorial Design - Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 34 - Fractional Factorial Design - Part B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 35 - Factorial Design of Experiments: Example Set (Part A) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 36 - Factorial Design of Experiments: Example Set (Part B) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 37 - Factorial Design of Experiments: Example Set (Part C) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 38 - Regression Analysis: Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 39 - Regression Analysis: Part B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 40 - Hypothesis Testing in Linear Regression |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 41 - Discussion on Regression Output |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 42 - Regression Analysis: Example Set 8 |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 43 - Regression Analysis: Example Set 8 (Continued...) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 44 - Regression Analysis: Example Set 8 (Continued...) |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 45 - Orthogonal Model Fitting Concepts - Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 46 - Orthogonal Model Fitting Concepts - Part B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 47 - Experimental Design Strategies - A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 48 - Experimental Design Strategies - B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 49 - Experimental Design Strategies - C |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 50 - Response Surface Methodology - A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 51 - Response Surface Methodology - B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 52 - Optimal Designs - Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 53 - Optimal Designs - Part B |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 54 - Statistics for Experimentalists - Summary Part A |

Link | Statistics for Experimentalists | Lecture 55 - Statistics for Experimentalists - Summary Part B |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 1 - Introduction and overview of the course: Multiphase flows |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 2 - Stratified flow in a micro channel: Velocity profiles |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 3 - Stratified flow in a micro channel: Effects of physical parameters |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 4 - Flow regimes in microchannels: Modeling and Experiments |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 5 - Scaling Analysis: Introduction |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 6 - Scaling Analysis: Worked Examples |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 7 - Interfacial tension and its role in Multiphase flows |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 8 - Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 9 - Reynolds Transport Theorem and the Equation of Continuity |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 10 - Derivation of Navier-Stokes equation |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 11 - Vector operations in general orthogonal coordinates: Grad., Div., Lapacian |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 12 - Normal and shear stresses on arbitrary surfaces: Force balance |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 13 - Normal and shear stresses on arbitrary surfaces: Stress Tensor formulation |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 14 - Stresses on deforming surfaces: Introduction to Perturbation Theory |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 15 - Pulsatile flow: Analytical solution |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 16 - Pulsatile flow: Analytical solution and perturbation solution for Rw 1 |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 17 - Pulsatile flow: Perturbation solution for Rw 1 |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 18 - Viscous heating: Apparent viscosity in a viscometer |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 19 - Domain perturbation methods: Flow between wavy walls |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 20 - Flow between wavy walls: Velocity profile |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 21 - Introduction to stability of dynamical systems: ODEs |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 22 - Stability of distributed systems (PDEs): reaction diffusion example |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 23 - Stability of a reaction-diffusion system (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 24 - Rayleigh-Benard convection: Physics and governing equations |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 25 - Rayleigh-Benard convection: Linear stability analysis - Part 1 |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 26 - Rayleigh-Benard convection: Linear stability analysis - Part 2 |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 27 - Rayleigh-Benard convection: Linear stability analysis - Part 3 |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 28 - Rayleigh Benard convection: Discussion of results |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 29 - Rayleigh-Taylor â€˜heavy over lightâ€™ instability |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 30 - Rayleigh-Taylor instability (Continued...) |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 31 - Capillary jet instability: Problem formulation |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 32 - Capillary jet instability: Linear stability analysis |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 33 - Capillary jet instability: Rayleighâ€™s Work Principle |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 34 - Tutorial Session: Solution of Assignment 4 on linear stability |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 35 - Turing patterns: Instability in reaction-diffusion systems |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 36 - Turing patterns: Results |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 37 - Marangoni convection: Generalised tangential and normal stress boundary conditions |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 38 - Marangoni convection: Stability analysis |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 39 - Flow in a circular curved channel: Governing equations and scaling |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 40 - Flow in a circular curved channel: Solution by regular perturbation |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 41 - Stability of flow through curved channels: Problem formulation |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 42 - Stability of flow through curved channels: Numerical calculation |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 43 - Viscous Fingering: Darcyâ€™s law |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 44 - Viscous Fingering: Stability analysis |

Link | Multiphase flows:Analytical solutions and Stability Analysis | Lecture 45 - Shallow Cavity flows |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 1 - Introduction - Lecture 1.1 A |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 2 - Introduction - Lecture 1.1 B |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 3 - Introduction - Lecture 1.2 A |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 4 - Introduction - Lecture 1.2 B |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 5 - Basic Definitions and concepts - Lecture 2.1 (Basic Definitions and concepts - Part I) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 6 - Basic Definitions and concepts - Lecture 2.2 (Basic Definitions and concepts - Part II) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 7 - Basic Definitions and concepts - Lecture 2.3 (Basic Definitions and concepts - Part III) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 8 - A review of Fourier transforms - Lecture 3.1 (Continuous time Fourier series) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 9 - A review of Fourier transforms - Lecture 3.2 (Continuous time Fourier transform) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 10 - A review of Fourier transforms - Lecture 3.3 (Discrete time Fourier series) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 11 - A review of Fourier transforms - Lecture 3.4 (Discrete time Fourier transform) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 12 - A review of Fourier transforms - Lecture 3.5 (Properties of Fourier transforms) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 13 - A review of Fourier transforms - Lecture 3.6 (Discrete Fourier transform) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 14 - A review of Fourier transforms - MATLAB demo of Fourier transform and periodogram |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 15 - Duration and Bandwidth - Duration and Bandwidth |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 16 - Duration and Bandwidth - Bandwidth equation and Instantaneous frequency |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 17 - Duration and Bandwidth - Instantaneous frequency and analytic signals |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 18 - Duration and Bandwidth - Duration-Bandwidth principle |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 19 - Duration and Bandwidth - Requirements of time-frequency anlysis techniques |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 20 - Duration and Bandwidth - Requirements of time-frequency analysis and techniques |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 21 - Short-time Fourier transform - Short-time Fourier transform |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 22 - Short-time Fourier transform - Auxillary (MATLAB demonstration) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 23 - Short-time Fourier transform - Properties of STFT |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 24 - Practical aspects of STFT |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 25 - Closing Remarks |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 26 - Wigner-Ville Distributions |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 27 - Properties of WVD |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 28 - Properties of WVD 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 29 - Discrete WVD |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 30 - Pseudo and Smoothed WVD |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 31 - Cohens class and smoothed WVD |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 32 - Cohens class and smoothed WVD |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 33 - Cohens class and Ambiguity functions |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 34 - Affine class and closing remarks |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 35 - Continuous Wavelet Transform |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 36 - Continuous Wavelet Transforms |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 37 - Scale to Frequency |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 38 - Computational aspects of CWT |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 39 - Scalogram and MATLAB demonstration |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 40 - Scalogram and MATLAB demonstration |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 41 - Scaling function |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 42 - Scaling Function |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 43 - Wavelets |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 44 - Wavelets |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 45 - Applications of CWT |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 46 - Applications of CWT |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 47 - Discrete Wavelet Transform |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 48 - Discrete Wavelet Transform. |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 49 - Orthogonal scaling function bases and MRA |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 50 - Orthogonal scaling function bases and MRA. |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 51 - Wavelet Filters and Fast DWT Algorithm |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 52 - Wavelet Filters and Fast DWT Algorithm (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 53 - Wavelet Filters and Fast DWT Algorithm (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 54 - Wavelets for DWT |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 55 - Wavelets for DWT (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 56 - Wavelets for DWT (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 57 - DWT computation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 58 - DWT computation (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Time-Frequency Analysis and Wavelet Transforms | Lecture 59 - DWT computation (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 1 - Introduction |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 2 - CVD Reactor and Process Design Fundamentals |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 3 - Overview of CVD Process Fundamentals |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 4 - Basics of Chemical Equilibrium Calculations and Flow Dynamics |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 5 - Introduction to CVD Films |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 6 - Film Structure and Properties |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 7 - Pressure Effects on CVD Processes |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 8 - CVD of Metals |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 9 - CVD of Coatings |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 10 - CVD Film Property Measurements |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 11 - CVD Film Property Measurements: Qualitative and Quantitative |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 12 - CVD in Tungsten Filament Lamps |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 13 - CVD in Tungsten Filament Lamps: Design Aspects |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 14 - CVD in Hot Corrosion |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 15 - CVD Transport Phenomena: Conservation Equations |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 16 - CVD Transport Phenomena: Constitutive Laws |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 17 - CVD Transport Phenomena: Mass Transfer Mechanisms |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 18 - CVD Transport Phenomena: Mass Transfer Analogy Condition (MTAC) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 19 - CVD Transport Phenomena: Effect of Homogeneous Reactions on MTAC |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 20 - CVD Applications: Hot Filament CVD (HFCVD) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 21 - CVD Applications: Aerosol CVD (ACVD) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 22 - CVD Applications: CVD of Silicon |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 23 - CVD Applications: CVD in Free-Molecular Flow Regime (FMFR) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 24 - CVD Applications: CVD of nano-Structured Films |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 25 - CVD Overview |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 26 - Review of CVD Basics: Part-I (PDF) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 27 - Review of CVD Basics: Part-II (PDF) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 28 - CVD Question Bank (PDF) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 29 - Basics of Nano-Structured Material Synthesis: Part-I |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 30 - Basics of Nano-Structured Material Synthesis: Part-II |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 31 - Undesirable CVD: Bulb-Blackening (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 32 - Undesirable CVD: Moolten Salt Deposition in Combustion Systems (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 33 - Undesirable CVD: Hot Corrosion (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 34 - Multi-component Transport Fundamentals: Assumptions and Control Volumes (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 35 - Multi-component Transport Fundamentals: Mass Conservation Equations (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 36 - Multi-component Transport Fundamentals: Momentum and Energy Conservation (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 37 - Multi-component Transport Fundamentals: Entropy conservation (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 38 - Multi-component Transport Fundamentals: Constitutive Laws for Mass and Momentum (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Engineering Principles of CVD Processes | Lecture 39 - Multi-component Transport Fundamentals: Constitutive Laws for Energy and Entropy (Adobe Presenter) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 1 - Motivation and Introduction - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 2 - Motivation and Introduction - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 3 - What is Chemical Engineering - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 4 - What is Chemical Engineering - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 5 - What is Chemical Reaction Engineering - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 6 - What is Chemical Reaction Engineering - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 7 - Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Reactions - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 8 - Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Reactions - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 9 - Basics of Kinetics and Contacting |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 10 - Design of Batch reactors - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 11 - Design of Batch reactors - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 12 - Basics of Plug Flow Reactor - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 13 - Basics of Plug Flow Reactor - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 14 - Design of Plug Flow Reactors - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 15 - Design of Plug Flow Reactors - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 16 - Basics of Mixed Flow Reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 17 - Design of Mixed Flow Reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 18 - Basics of Kinetics |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 19 - Kinetics of Heterogeneous reactions - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 20 - Kinetics of Heterogeneous reactions - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 21 - Kinetics of Heterogeneous reactions - Part III |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 22 - Kinetics of Homogeneous reactions |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 23 - Reaction rate for Homogeneous reactions |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 24 - Gas Phase Homogeneous reactions |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 25 - (Continued...) And later Reactor Design of PFR |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 26 - Reactor Design for MFR and Combination of reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 27 - PFR and MFR in series. |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 28 - Unsteady state MFR and PFR |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 29 - Recycle Reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 30 - Recycle Reactors (Autocatalytic reactions) - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 31 - Recycle Reactors (Autocatalytic reactions) - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 32 - Multiple Reactions - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 33 - Multiple Reactions - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 34 - Multiple Reactions - Part III |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 35 - Multiple Reactions - Part IV |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 36 - Multiple Reactions - Part V |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 37 - Multiple Reactions - Part VI |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 38 - Non-Isothermal Reactors - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 39 - Non-Isothermal Reactors - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 40 - Non-Isothermal Reactors (Graphical Design) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 41 - Non-Isothermal Reactors contd. & Adiabatic Reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 42 - Non-Isothermal Reactors (Graphical Design) (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 43 - Non-Isothermal Batch Reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 44 - Non-isothermal Plug Flow Reactors - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 45 - Non-isothermal Plug Flow Reactors - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 46 - Adiabatic Plug Flow Reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 47 - Non-isothermal Mixed Flow Reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 48 - Non-isothermal Mixed Flow Reactors (Continued...) (Multiple steady states) - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 49 - Non-isothermal Mixed Flow Reactors (Continued...) (Multiple steady states) - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 50 - Non-Ideal Flow and Residence Time Distributions (RTD) basics - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 51 - Non-Ideal Flow and Residence Time Distributions (RTD) basics - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 52 - RTD for various reactors (Continued...) Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 53 - RTD for various reactors (Continued...) Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 54 - Diagnosing the ills of equipments and Various RTD Models |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 55 - Dispersion Model |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 56 - Dispersion with reaction Model and Tanks in Series Model |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 57 - Multi-parameter model (MFR with dead space and bypass) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 58 - Direct use of RTD to predict conversion (Macro and Micro-fluid as well as Macro & Micro-mixing Concept) Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 59 - Direct use of RTD to predict conversion (Macro and Micro-fluid as well as Macro & Micro-mixing Concept) Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 1 (Homogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 60 - Direct use of RTD to predict conversion (Macro and Micro-fluid as well as Macro & Micro-mixing Concept) Part III |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 1 - Introduction to Kinetics (Gas solid non-catalytic reaction) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 2 - Intro to Kinetics (Continued...) for catalytic reactions in different reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 3 - Heterogeneous rate of reactions and different types of kinetic models for non-catalytic reactions |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 4 - Basics of Kinetics of type A & B reactions (Shrinking core model & Porous particle homogeneous model) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 5 - Shrinking Core Model (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 6 - Shrinking Core Model (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 7 - (Continued...) & Proof of Pseudo steady state assumption |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 8 - Shrinking core model (Continued...) for type D reactions |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 9 - Shrinking core model (Continued...) for type D reactions (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 10 - Reactors, Homogeneous reaction model, Design of non-catalytic gas solid reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 11 - Design of non-catalytic gas solid reactors (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 12 - Design of non-catalytic gas solid reactors (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 13 - Design equation for MF of solids, uniform gas composition, const. single particle size, Shrinking core model. |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 14 - Design equation for MF of solids, mixture of particles for different sizes but unchanging size, uniform gas composition, SCM |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 15 - Design equation for MF of solids with elutriation, mixture of particles of different size, uniform gas composition, SCM |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 16 - General Performance equation for non-catalytic gas solid reactions |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 17 - Catalytic reactions (LHHW Kinetic model) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 18 - LHHW Kinetic model (Continued...) - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 19 - LHHW Kinetic model (Continued...) - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 20 - Industrially important catalytic reaction models |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 21 - Inter and Intraphase effectiveness fator |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 22 - Interface effectiveness factor & Generalized nonisothermal effectiveness factor for external mass transfer stepÂ… |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 23 - Generalized nonisothermal effectiveness factor for external mass transfer step (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 24 - Mass transfer correlations for various reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 25 - Isothermal intraphase effectiveness factor - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 26 - Isothermal intraphase effectiveness factor - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 27 - Non-isothermal intraphase effectiveness factor |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 28 - Inter and Intraphase effectiveness factor (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 29 - Inter and Intraphase Mass transfer |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 30 - Packed (fixed) bed catalytic reactor design |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 31 - Graphical design of Fixed bed reactors |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 32 - Packed Bed Design (Continued...) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 33 - Design equations for Packed bed reactor design |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 34 - Conservative Equations for Packed bed Reactor design |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 35 - Problem solving session |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 36 - Fluidized Bed Reactor Design - Part I |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 37 - Fluidized Bed Reactor Design - Part II |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 38 - Fluidized Bed Reactor Design - Part III |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 39 - Fluidized Bed Reactor Design - Part IV |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 40 - Continued... (Fluidized bed reactor Models) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 41 - Continued... (Davidson Harrison model and Kunii Levenspiel model) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 42 - Continued... (Kunii Levenspiel Model) |

Link | Chemical Reaction Engineering 2 (Heterogeneous Reactors) | Lecture 43 - Slurry Reactor Design |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 1 - Course Introduction |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 2 - Basics of Programming using MATLAB |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 3 - Array Operations in MATLAB |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 4 - Loops and Execution Control |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 5 - Tutorial: Using Arrays |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 6 - MATLAB Files -- Scripts and Functions |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 7 - Plotting and Output |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 8 - How to submit MATLAB Assignment |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 9 - Errors in Numerical Computation |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 10 - Truncation Errors and Taylors Series |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 11 - Round-Off Errors; and Iterative Methods |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 12 - Step-wise Methods and Error Propagation |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 13 - How to get MATLAB Online access (for all enrolled students of this course) |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 14 - Differentiation in Single Variable |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 15 - Higher Order Differentiation Formulae |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 16 - Partial Differentials (Bonus) |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 17 - Numerical Integration |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 18 - Multiple Applications of Integration Formulae |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 19 - In-Build MATLAB Integration Functions |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 20 - Basics of Linear Algebra |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 21 - Gauss Elimination and Back-Substitution |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 22 - LU Decomposition and Partial Pivoting |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 23 - Gauss Siedel Method |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 24 - (Tutorial) |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 25 - Tri-Diagonal Matrix Algorithm |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 26 - Nonlinear Equations in Single Variable |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 27 - Using MATLAB command fzero |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 28 - Fixed Point Iteration in Single Variable |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 29 - Newton-Raphson (single variable) |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 30 - Using MATLAB command fsolve (multi-variable) |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 31 - Newton-Raphson (multi Variable) |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 32 - Introduction |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 33 - Linear Least Squares Regression |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 34 - Nonlinear and Functional Regression |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 35 - Interpolation Functions in MATLAB |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 36 - Introduction and Euler\'s Method |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 37 - Runge-Kutta (RK-2) method |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 38 - MATLAB ode45 algorithm |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 39 - Higher order Runge-Kutta Methods |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 40 - Error Analysis |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 41 - Multi-Variable ODE |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 42 - Stiff Systems & Solution using ode15s |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 43 - Method of Lines for transient PDEs |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 44 - A Final Example |

Link | NOC:MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation | Lecture 45 - Tutorial: How to do linear and nonlinear regression |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 1 - Motivation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 2 - Flow in a rectangular duct: Problem formulation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 3 - Flow in a rectangular duct: Discretiztion of flow domain |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 4 - Tutorial 1: Converting PDE to algebraic equation using FD approximation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 5 - Tutorial 1 (Continued...) Solution for algebraic equations using Gauss- Seidel Method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 6 - Flow in a triangular duct: Problem formulation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 7 - Flow in a triangular duct: Discretiztion of flow domain |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 8 - Tutorial 2: Converting PDE to algebraic equation using Finite Volume method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 9 - Tutorial 2 (Continued...) Description of FV method and solution using G-S Method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 10 - Effect of grid spacing & upcoming course outline |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 11 - Mass conservation equations |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 12 - Momentum conservation equations |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 13 - Forces acting on control volume |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 14 - Kinematics of deformation in fluid flow |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 15 - Equations governing fluid flow in incompressible fluid |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 16 - Navier-Stokes equation for simple cases of flow |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 17 - Energy conservation equations |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 18 - Practical cases of fluid flow with heat transfer in CFD point of view |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 19 - Practical cases of fluid flow with mass transfer in CFD point of view |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 20 - Equations governing fluid flow with chemical reactions |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 21 - Concept of wellposedness of mathematical problems |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 22 - Introduction to finite difference methods |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 23 - Finite difference approximation on an uniform mesh |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 24 - Higher order and mixed derivatives |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 25 - Solution of Poisson equation in rectangular duct-Turorial |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 26 - Discretization of time domain |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 27 - FD approx. on a non-uniform mesh and need of analysis of obtained discretization |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 28 - Need for the analysis of discretized equation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 29 - Properties of Numerical Schemes: Accuracy, Conservation property, Boundedness, Consistency, Stability and Convergence |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 30 - Properties of Numerical Schemes: Stability analysis |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 31 - Tutorial on Stability Analysis |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 32 - Analysis of Generic 1-d scalar transport equation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 33 - Introduction to the solution of coupled N-S equations |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 34 - N-S equation in compressible flow- Mac Cormack Scheme |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 35 - Stability limits of Mac-Cormack Scheme and the intro to Beam-Warming Scheme |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 36 - Implicit Beam-Warming Scheme |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 37 - Compressible flow to Incompressible flow |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 38 - Solution of coupled equations: Incompressible flow |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 39 - Artificial compressiblity method, Stream function-vorticity method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 40 - Pressure equation method, Staggered grid system |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 41 - Pressure Correction Method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 42 - Tutorial on Pressure Correction Method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 43 - Tutorial on Pressure Correction Method (Continued...) |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 44 - Introduction to the basic numerical methods |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 45 - Direct Methods: solution of the system of algebraic equations |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 46 - Tri-diagonal Matrix Algorithm: Derivation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 47 - TDMA and other iterative methods |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 48 - Recap of basic iterative methods. |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 49 - Convergence analysis of basic iterative methods |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 50 - Successive Over Relaxation (SOR) method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 51 - Alternating Direction Implicit (ADI) method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 52 - Strongly Implicit Procedure (ILU) method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 53 - Multigrid method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 54 - Body Fitted Grid Approach |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 55 - Formulation Of Finite Volume Method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 56 - Methods For Unstructured Grid Generation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 57 - Triangulation: The Advancing Front Method |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 58 - The Advancing Front Method continuation |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 59 - Time and length scale of turbulance |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 60 - The turbulent closure problem |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 61 - The generic formulation for turbulence |

Link | NOC:Computational Fluid Dynamics | Lecture 62 - More generic formulation and summary |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 1 - Motivation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 2 - Probability and statistics: Review - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 3 - Probability and Statistics: Review - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 4 - R Tutorial 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 5 - Statistics for Hypothesis Testing - Part 1 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 6 - Statistics for Hypothesis Testing - Part 2 |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 7 - Statistics for sample mean |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 8 - Statistics for Variance and Proportion |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 9 - Type I and Type II errors |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 10 - p value |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 11 - Hypothesis testing of means |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 12 - Hypothesis testing of variance and proportions |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 13 - Confidence interval construction |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 14 - Hypothesis testing using confidence interval |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 15 - Hypothesis testing of correlation |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 16 - Statistic for linear regression |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 17 - Hypothesis testing in linear regression |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 18 - Power of hypothesis test |

Link | NOC:Introduction to Statistical Hypothesis Testing | Lecture 19 - Factors affecting hypothesis test |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 1 - Lecture 1 - Part 1 - Motivation and Overview 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 2 - Lecture 1 - Part 2 - Motivation and Overview 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 3 - Lecture 2 - Part 1 - Motivation and Overview 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 4 - Lecture 2 - Part 2 - Motivation and Overview 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 5 - Lecture 3 - Part 1 - Motivation and Overview 5 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 6 - Lecture 3 - Part 2 - Motivation and Overview 6 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 7 - Lecture 4 - Part 1 - Probability and Statistics Review 1A |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 8 - Lecture 4 - Part 2 - Probability and Statistics Review 1B |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 9 - Lecture 5 - Part 1 - Probability and Statistics Review 1C |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 10 - Lecture 5 - Part 2 - Probability and Statistics Review 1D |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 11 - Lecture 6 - Part 1 - Probability and Statistics Review 2A |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 12 - Lecture 6 - Part 2 - Probability and Statistics Review 2B |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 13 - Lecture 6 - Part 3 - Probability and Statistics Review 2C |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 14 - Lecture 7 - Part 1 - Probability and Statistics Review 2D |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 15 - Lecture 7 - Part 2 - Probability and Statistics Review 2E |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 16 - Lecture 7 - Part 3 - Probability and Statistics Review 2F |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 17 - Lecture 8 - Part 1 - Probability and Statistics Review 2G (with R Demonstration) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 18 - Lecture 8 - Part 2 - Probability and Statistics Review 2H (with R Demonstration) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 19 - Lecture 9 - Part 1 - Probability and Statistics Review 2I |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 20 - Lecture 9 - Part 2 - Probability and Statistics Review 2J |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 21 - Lecture 9 - Part 3 - Introduction to Random Processes 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 22 - Lecture 10 - Part 1 - Introduction to Random Processes 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 23 - Lecture 10 - Part 2 - Introduction to Random Processes 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 24 - Lecture 11 - Part 1 - Introduction to Random Processes 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 25 - Lecture 11 - Part 2 - Introduction to Random Processes 5 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 26 - Lecture 11 - Part 3 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 27 - Lecture 12 - Part 1 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 28 - Lecture 12 - Part 2 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 29 - Lecture 13 - Part 1 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 30 - Lecture 13 - Part 2 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 5 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 31 - Lecture 13 - Part 3 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 6 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 32 - Lecture 14 - Part 1 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 7 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 33 - Lecture 14 - Part 2 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 8 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 34 - Lecture 15 - Part 1 - Autocovariance & Autocorrelation Functions 9 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 35 - Lecture 15 - Part 2 - Partial Autocorrelation Functions |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 36 - Lecture 16 - Part 1 - Autocorrelation and Partial-autocorrelation Functions (with R Demonstration) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 37 - Lecture 16 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 38 - Lecture 17 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 39 - Lecture 17 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 40 - Lecture 18 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 41 - Lecture 18 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 5 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 42 - Lecture 18 - Part 3 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 6 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 43 - Lecture 19 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 7 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 44 - Lecture 19 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 8 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 45 - Lecture 19 - Part 3 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 9 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 46 - Lecture 20 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 10 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 47 - Lecture 20 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 11 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 48 - Lecture 21 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 12 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 49 - Lecture 21 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 13 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 50 - Lecture 22 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 14 (with R Demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 51 - Lecture 22 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 15 (with R Demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 52 - Lecture 22 - Part 3 - Models for Linear Stationary Processes 16 (with R Demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 53 - Lecture 23 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Non-stationary Processes 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 54 - Lecture 23 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Non-stationary Processes 2 (with R Demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 55 - Lecture 24 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Non-stationary Processes 3 (with R Demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 56 - Lecture 24 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Non-stationary Processes 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 57 - Lecture 25 - Part 1 - Models for Linear Non-stationary Processes 5 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 58 - Lecture 25 - Part 2 - Models for Linear Non-stationary Processes 6 (with R Demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 59 - Lecture 26 - Part 1 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 60 - Lecture 26 - Part 2 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 61 - Lecture 27 - Part 1 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 62 - Lecture 27 - Part 2 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 63 - Lecture 28 - Part 1 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 5 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 64 - Lecture 28 - Part 2 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 6 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 65 - Lecture 29 - Part 1 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 7 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 66 - Lecture 29 - Part 2 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 8 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 67 - Lecture 30 - Part 1 - Fourier Transforms for Deterministic Signals 9 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 68 - Lecture 30 - Part 2 - DFT and Periodogram 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 69 - Lecture 31 - Part 1 - DFT and Periodogram 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 70 - Lecture 31 - Part 2 - DFT and Periodogram 3 (with R Demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 71 - Lecture 32 - Part 1 - Spectral Representations of Random Processes 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 72 - Lecture 32 - Part 2 - Spectral Representations of Random Processes 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 73 - Lecture 33 - Part 1 - Spectral Representations of Random Processes 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 74 - Lecture 33 - Part 2 - Spectral Representations of Random Processes 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 75 - Lecture 33 - Part 3 - Spectral Representations of Random Processes 5 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 76 - Lecture 34 - Part 1 - Spectral Representations of Random Processes 6 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 77 - Lecture 34 - Part 2 - Spectral Representations of Random Processes 7 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 78 - Lecture 35 - Part 1 - Introduction to Estimation Theory 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 79 - Lecture 35 - Part 2 - Introduction to Estimation Theory 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 80 - Lecture 35 - Part 3 - Introduction to Estimation Theory 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 81 - Lecture 36A - Introduction to Estimation Theory -4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 82 - Lecture 36B - Goodness of Estimators 1 - 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 83 - Lecture 37A - Goodness of Estimators 1 - 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 84 - Lecture 37B - Goodness of Estimators 1 - 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 85 - Lecture 37C - Goodness of Estimators 1 - 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 86 - Lecture 38A - Goodness of Estimators 2 - 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 87 - Lecture 38B - Goodness of Estimators 2 - 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 88 - Lecture 38C - Goodness of Estimators 2 - 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 89 - Lecture 39A - Goodness of Estimators 2 - 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 90 - Lecture 39B - Goodness of Estimators 2 - 5 (with R demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 91 - Lecture 39C - Goodness of Estimators 2 - 6 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 92 - Lecture 40A - Goodness of Estimators 2 - 7 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 93 - Lecture 40B - Goodness of Estimators 2 - 8 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 94 - Lecture 41A - Estimation Methods 1 - 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 95 - Lecture 41B - Estimation Methods 1 - 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 96 - Lecture 42A - Estimation Methods 1 - 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 97 - Lecture 42B - Estimation Methods 1 - 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 98 - Lecture 42C - Estimation Methods 1 - 5 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 99 - Lecture 43A - Estimation Methods 1 - 6 (with R demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 100 - Lecture 43B - Estimation Methods 1 - 7 (with R demonstrations) |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 101 - Lecture 44A - Estimation Methods 1 - 8 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 102 - Lecture 44B - Estimation Methods 1 - 9 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 103 - Lecture 44C - Estimation Methods 2 - 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 104 - Lecture 45A - Estimation Methods 2 - 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 105 - Lecture 45B - Estimation Methods 2 - 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 106 - Lecture 46A - MLE and Bayesian Estimation - 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 107 - Lecture 46B - MLE and Bayesian Estimation - 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 108 - Lecture 47A - MLE and Bayesian Estimation - 3 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 109 - Lecture 47B - MLE and Bayesian Estimation - 4 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 110 - Lecture 48A - Estimation of Time Domain Statistics - 1 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 111 - Lecture 48B - Estimation of Time Domain Statistics - 2 |

Link | NOC:Applied Time-Series Analysis | Lecture 112 - Lecture 49 - Periodogram as PSD Estimator |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 1 - Flow phenomena in complex materials and Microstructure - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 2 - Flow phenomena in complex materials and Microstructure - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 3 - Applications of rheology : mechanisms at the molecular and microscopic scales - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 4 - Applications of rheology : mechanisms at the molecular and microscopic scales - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 5 - Applications of rheology : some example material systems - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 6 - Applications of rheology : some example material systems - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 7 - Stress and strain rate - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 8 - Stress and strain rate - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 9 - Velocity gradient and strain rate - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 10 - Velocity gradient and strain rate 1 Stress and strain rate - 3 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 11 - Kinematics for simple flows - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 12 - Kinematics for simple flows - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 13 - Introduction to tensors |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 14 - Rheometric flows |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 15 - Viscous response - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 16 - Viscous response - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 17 - Viscoelasticity - Relaxation process |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 18 - Viscoelasticity - Maxwell model |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 19 - Linear viscoelasticity - oscillatory shear - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 20 - Linear viscoelasticity - oscillatory shear - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 21 - Introduction to tensors - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 22 - Introduction to tensors - 3 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 23 - Rheometers - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 24 - Rheometers - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 25 - Rheometers - 3 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 26 - Rheometers - 4 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 27 - Rheometers - 5 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 28 - Governing equations for rheology - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 29 - Governing equations for rheology - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 30 - Relaxation time spectrum - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 31 - Relaxation time spectrum - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 32 - Linear viscoelasticity: generalized Maxwell model |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 33 - Time temperature superposition |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 34 - Linear viscoelasticity: solidlike materials |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 35 - General linear viscoelasticity |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 36 - Rotational rheometry |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 37 - Review of material functions - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 38 - Review of material functions - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 39 - Survey of material functions for polymers - 1 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 40 - Survey of material functions for polymers - 2 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 41 - Survey of material functions for polymers - 3 |

Link | NOC:Rheology of Complex Materials | Lecture 42 - Survey of material functions for polymers - 4 |