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Set No.

Code No.NR-210804
II B.Tech. I-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003
1
INORGANIC CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
(Chemical Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80
Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
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1. What is chemical engineering? Describe its role in modern world through


examples.

2. What do you mean by water conditioning? Describe the Municipal water


treatment with a neat flow chart.

3.a) How enamels are applied to the metal surface?


b) Write an account of
(i) Optical and
(ii) Electrical and magnetic properties
of the properties of ceramics.

4.a) What are the raw materials used in the manufacture of Portland cement? Give
their composition and proportions.
b) Write an account of setting and hardening of cement.

5. Write short note on


(a) Fused silica Glass
(b) High Silica Glass
(c) Borosilicate Glass
(d) Lead Glasses

6.a) Describe the production of hydrogen by catalytic reforming of petroleum stocks.


b) Describe the production of hydrogen from methanol and steam.

7.a) What are the applications of urea other than as fertilizer?


b) What are the factors responsible for control of biuret formation and discuss them
in detail.

8. Draw the flow sheet and describe the Frasch process for the production of
sulphur?

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Set No.

Code No.NR-210804
II B.Tech. I-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003
2
INORGANIC CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
(Chemical Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80
Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
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1. Distinguish between organic and inorganic chemical technology. Explain their


industrial importance. Give some examples.

2. What is the difference between industrial water conditioning and Municipal water
conditioning? Explain, how water purification is carried out.

3.a) How chromite bricks are manufactured? What are their applications?
b) Give an account of the properties of dolomite refractories.

4.a) How cement is obtained on a large scale by dry process?


b) Compare and contrast between wet and dry processes.

5. Explain the following special glasses


(a) Coloured glasses
(b) Optical glass
(c) Opal glass
(d) Sodalime gas

6.a) Describe in detail about cryogenic liquid hydrogen production.


b) Explain various uses of hydrogen.

7.a) Mention the uses of nitrogen and dry ice.


b) Discuss the major engineering problems encountered in the urea synthesis.

8. Draw the flow sheet and describe the oxidation and reduction process for the
production of sulphur?

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Set No.

Code No.NR-210804
II B.Tech. I-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003
3
INORGANIC CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
(Chemical Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80
Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
---

1. Discuss in brief the various factors considered in the location of a chemical


process plant.

2. What is desalination? Explain the mechanism what are the methods available.
Explain any one of them in detail to desalt sea water.

3.a) What do you mean by Pyrometric cone equivalent and what is its significance?
b) How silica refractories are manufactured? What are its applications?

4.a) Write notes on various types of lime.


b) How slurry is prepared for making cement?

5. Enumerate the following


(a) Photochronic Glass
(b) Photo sensitive Glass
(c) Rare earth glass
(d) Safety glass

6.a) Explain the production of oxygen by kellogs cycle.


b) Describe the properties and uses of oxygen.

7.a) What are all the processes available for production of Ammonium nitrate and
briefly discuss them.
b) Discuss the major engineering problems faced in Ammonium nitrate manufacture.

8. How is sulphur produced from pyrites? Draw the flow sheet and describe?

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Set No.

Code No.NR-210804
II B.Tech. I-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003
4
INORGANIC CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
(Chemical Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max.Marks:80
Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
---

1. Discuss the importance of research in the growth and development of process


industry. Explain the term patent.

2. Distinguish between sewage and industrial waste water. Explain the method
activated sludge sewage water disposal with a neat flow chart.

3.a) How refractories are classified by the virtue of their chemical properties? Give
two examples of each.
b) What do you mean by “Seger Cone Test”? How it explains and helps in
determining the Dimensional Stability of a refractory material?

4.a) Compare and contrast between fat lime and hydraulic lime.
b) What are the physical and chemical requirements for ordinary Portland cement?

5. Write short notes on the following:


a) Decomposition voltage
b) Voltage efficiency
c) Current efficiency
d) Energy efficiency
with respect to an electrolytic cell in manufacture of caustic soda.

6.a) Explain the production of oxygen by PSA (Pressure Swing Absorption) process
on a small scale.
b) Describe various uses of industrial oxygen.

7.a) Describe the physical and chemical properties of ammonia.


b) Describe the production of ammonia by any typical industrial process.

8. Draw a neat flow diagram depicting the various details for the production of
sulphuric acid by the contact process?

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