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Chemical Engineering is opted by a large number of candidates after their B.Tech in the concerned/relevant field. As per the analysis, in the year 2016 almost 19,000 candidates applied for GATE in the branch of chemical engineering. Now a days GATE score is also considered by several Indian public sector units (PSU’S) are undertaking for the recruitment of graduate engineers in entry-level positions.
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The GATE chemical Engineering syllabus covers 70% marks of the question paper and rest 15% and 15% marks are covered by Engineering Mathematics and General Aptitude respectively. GATE 2019 is scheduled to be held on February 2, 3, 9 and 10, 2019. Candidates must follow the preparation tips and guidelines in order to crack the exam with a good score.
Candidate is required to follow a proper study strategy, expert guidance and good study material for effective results. Here are some effective preparation tips to crack GATE Chemical Engineering.
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There are three section in the GATE paper. The three and their analysis is given below:
GATE requires qualitative and smart preparation. The candidate should choose the study material based on shortcut techniques and strategies for effective results. The study material should strictly cover the GATE Syllabus and Concepts should be easily understood.
Given below is the name of the most popular books recommended by the GATE toppers:
|S.no.||Name of the subject||Name of the book||Name of the author|
|1||Engineering Mathematics||Engineering Mathematics|
|2||Chemical Engineering||Chemical Engineering for GATE||Ram Prasad|
|3||Fluid Mechanics||Introduction To Fluid Mechanics (English) 7th Edition (paperback)||Yunus A. Cengel, John M. Cimbala|
|Introduction to Fluid Mechanics||Fox and Mcdonald|
|4||Chemical Engineering||Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering||David.M.Himmelblau|
|5||Thermodynamics||A Textbook of Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics||K. V. Narayanan.|
|An Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics||J. M. Smith, H. C. Van Ness, M. M. Abbott|
|6||Chemical Reaction Engineering|
Chemical Reaction Engineering
|Fogler & Gurmen|
|Chemical Reaction Engineering||Octave Levenspiel|
|7||Heat Transfer||Heat Transfer||Jack Philip Holman|
|8||Process Dynamics and Control||Process Systems Analysis and Control||Donald R. Coughanowr & Steven E. LeBlanc|
|9||Mass Transfer||Mass Transport Phenomena||Christie J. Geankoplis|
|Mass Transfer Operations||Robert E. Treybal|
|10||Chemical Process Control||An Introduction To Theory And Practice||Stephanopoulos.G|
|Plant design and Economics||Peters M. S. and Timmerhaus K. D|
|Process dynamics and control||Seborg, D.E., Edgar, T.F. and Mellichamp, D.A|
|11||Heat Transfer||Heat Transfer||Binay.K.Dutta|
|Heat Transfer||Jack Philip Holman|
|12||Mechanical Operation||Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering||Warren McCabe, Julian Smith, Peter Harriott|
|Mechanical Operation For Chemical Engineering||Narayanan C. M. & Bhattacharyya B. C|
|13||Chemical Technology||Chemical Technology|
Dryden’s Outlines of Chemical Technology by Gopala Rao M. and Marshall S
|14||Transport Phenomena||Transport Phenomena||R. Byron Bird, Warren E. Stewart, Edwin N. Lightfoot|
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