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TMGATECHEMICALREACTIONENGINEERINGCHEMICAL ENGINEERINGLecture InformationChapter 01Introduction & Basics of CRELecture 01Introduction of Chemical Reaction EngineeringLecture 02Introduction about Chemical EngineeringChapter 02Basics of Reaction & KineticsLecture 01Types of ReactionLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Rate of ReactionRate of Reaction For Homogeneous ReactionFactors Affecting The Rate of Reaction (Power Model)Rate of Reaction For Elementary & Non Elementary ReactionMolecularity & Order Of ReactionMixed Order Of ReactionRelative Rate Of ReactionWorkbook Question 5-7Rate ConstantTemperature Dependency TheoryArrhenius TheoryWorkbook Questions :580:11:31

Lecture 14Lecture 15Lecture 16Lecture 17Lecture 18Lecture 19Lecture 20Lecture 21Lecture 22Lecture 23Lecture 24Lecture 25Lecture 26Lecture 27Lecture 28Lecture 29Lecture 30Lecture 31Lecture 32Lecture 33Lecture 34Lecture 35Lecture 36Lecture 37Lecture 38Lecture 39Lecture 40Lecture 41Lecture 42Lecture 43Lecture 44Energy Level Vs Reaction PathActivation Energy & Temperature DependencyThumb RuleWorkbook Questions 12-19Collision TheoryTransition State TheoryGeneralized form of Temperature Dependency TheoryWorkbook Questions 20Fractional ConversionMaterial Balance For Chemical ReactionConcentration & Moles or Reactant and Product.Concentration For CVRS For General ReactionWorkbook Question 20Rate of Reaction For CVRSFirst Order ReactionZeroth Order ReactionSecond Order Reactionnth Order ReactionWorkbook Questions 22-24Half Life For Different Order of ReactionWorkbook Questions 25-27Fractional Life For Nth Order ReactionWorkbook Question 28VVRSVolume Expansion FactorWorkbook Question 29Proof of VVRS SystemWorkbook Question 30Kinetics For Variable Volume Reaction SystemWorkbook Question 31Kinetics For Bimolecular ReactionChapter 03Introduction To Reactor DesignLecture 01ReactorLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Batch ReactorPerformance Equation of Ideal Batch ReactorPerformance Equation For Ideal Batch Reacor For CVRS.Workbook Questions 1-3Ideal Continues Reactor, Space Time And Space :270:50:150:33:28

Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Designing of Ideal Mixed Flow ReactorConclusion of MFRWorkbook Questions 4-7Holding Time, Damkohler No, Karlovitz NoIntroduction of Ideal Plug Flow ReactorPerformance Equation of Ideal PFRConclusion of MFR & PFRComparative Study of MFR Vs PFRChapter 04Multiple Reactor SystemLecture 01MFR'S in SeriesLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Workbook Questions 1-8PFR'S in SeriesSingle MFR Vs MFR'S in SeriesChapter 05Kinetics For Multiple Reaction SystemLecture 01Kinetics For Parallel ReactionLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Workbook Question 1Kinetics For Series ReactionConcentration Vs Time Curve For Series ReactionMaximum Concentration of R and Optimum TimeWorkbook Questions 2-6KineticsDifferent Curves For Autocatalytic ReactionWorkbook Question 7Chapter 06Yield & SelectivityLecture 01SelectivityLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Aim of SelectivityWorkbook QuestionYieldYield For MFR & PFRWorkbook Question 5-6Best Reactor Arrangement for Given 7

Chapter 07Non Ideal ReactorLecture 01Causes of Non IdealistLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Lecture 15RTD MeasurementTracerPulse Input Experiment & RTD CurveMean Residence TimeWorkbook Questions 1-5Step Input ExperimentWorkbook Question 6RTD For MFRRTD For PFRRTD For MFR & PFR in SeriesRTD For PFR's in SeriesRTD For MFR & PFR in ParallelRTD For N-MFR's in SeriesWorkbook Questions 060:26:49Chapter 08Effect of Temperature, Pressure and Inert on ReactionLecture 01Effect of Temprature, Pressure & InertsLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Workbook Questions 1-3Energy Balance for Chemical Reaction (Case 1)Workbook Question 4Energy Balance for Chemical Reaction (Case 2 & 3)Workbook Question 5Chapter 09Semibatch ReactorLecture 01About Semibatch ReactorLecture 02Lecture 03Performance Equation of Semibatch ReactorWorkbook QuestionChapter 10Recycle ReactorLecture 01Importance of RecyclingLecture 02Lecture 03Performance Equation For Recycle ReactorWorkbook Question 0:20:460:29:310:30:430:25:050:14:13

Chapter 11Reactor ModelingLecture 01Reactor Modelling, Varience, Dispersion No. & Peclet NoLecture 02Lecture 03Summary For Tank In Series & Dispersion ModelCombination of Reactor According To Feed ConditionChapter 12Heterogeneous Reaction SystemLecture 01Heterogeneous Reaction System & Rate Controlling StepLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Workbook Questions 1-20:06:380:46:460:34:48Thiele Modulus0:11:30Effectiveness FactorBasic Terms and Surface Reaction MechanismFor LIVE Classroom visit : www.gateacademy.shop/live-classroom/ or scan the QR code .A/114-115, Smriti Nagar, Bhilai490020 (CG)0:05:100:09:22Solid Catalytic Reaction op0:24:05 91 97131 13156 91 788 40341760:21:190:15:29

TMGATEMASSTRANSFERCHEMICAL ENGINEERINGLecture InformationChapter 01IntroductionLecture 01Mass Transfer IntroductionChapter 02DiffusionLecture 01Diffusion IntroductionLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Diffusion In Liquids And Gases (Part 1)Diffusion In Liquids And Gases (Part 2)Diffusion In SolidsFlux And Mass Transfer Coefficient (Part 1)Flux And Mass Transfer Coefficient (Part 2)Mass Transfer Theories (Film Theory)Mass Transfer Theories (Penetration Theory)Mass Transfer Theories (Surface Renewal Theory)Mass Transfer Theories (Two Film Theory) Part 1Mass Transfer Theories (Two Film Theory) Part 2Mass Transfer Theories (Questions of Mass Transfer Theories)Mass Transfer Theories (Colburn :05:21

Chapter 03DistillationLecture 01Introduction Of DistillationLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Lecture 15Continuous DistillationMccabe Thiele Method (Part 1)Mccabe Thiele Method (Part 2)Mccabe Thiele Method (Part 3)Role Of Pressure And Reflux RatioTotal Reflux And Minimum Reflux ConditionFenske's EquationEfficiencyFlooding And WeepingFlash DistillationSteam DistillationBatch DistillationExtractive Distillation And Azeotropic DistillationVacuum DistillationChapter 04ExtractionLecture 01Introduction Of ExtractionLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09General Representation Of ExtractionType Of Systems In ExtractionCross Flow Cascade (Part 1)Cross Flow Cascade (Part 2)Mixing Rule And Missing RuleMinimum And Maximum Solvent RequiredCounter Current Flow CascadeSelectivity Of SolventChapter 05AbsorptionLecture 01Introduction Of AbsorptionLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Minimum solvent required in absorption & minimum gas.Minimum solvent required in absorption & minimum gas.Kremser Equation (Part 1)Kremser Equation (Part 2)Packed ColumnHTU & :56:240:17:110:36:33

Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Relation Between Individual HTU And Overall HTUHETPDifference Between Tray Column And Packed ColumnChapter 06DryingLecture 01Introduction Of DryingLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Effect Of Variables On Rate Of DryingLecture 01Introduction Of AdsorptionLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Problems On Mass Transfer Mechanism Of AdsorptionAdsorption IsothermsPhysisorption Vs ChemisorptionLecture 01HumidityLecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Dry Bulb Temp, Wet Bulb Temp, Dew Point TempPsychometric ChartRate Of Drying In Terms Of 20:15:59For LIVE Classroom visit : www.gateacademy.shop/live-classroom/ or scan the QR code .A/114-115, Smriti Nagar, Bhilai490020 (CG)0:23:020:13:21Previous Year .shop0:09:330:15:33Humidification & LeachingLecture 030:36:280:24:49Chapter 08Lecture 020:07:570:26:47Rate Of Drying (Part 2)Absorption0:02:500:38:47Rate Of Drying (Part 1)Chapter 070:12:21 91 97131 13156 91 788 4034176

TMGATEMECHANICALOPERATIONSCHEMICAL ENGINEERINGLecture InformationChapter 01Solid CharacteristicsLecture 01Properties & Size Of Solid ParticlesLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Shape Of The Particles (Concept Of Sphericity)Workbook Question 1.1Surface Shape Factor Concept & Workbook Question 1.2Volume Shape FactorWorkbook Question 1.3Workbook Question 1.4Particle Size AnalysisAverage Size AnalysisWorkbook Question 1.5 & 1.6Mixed Size AnalysisWorkbook Question 1.7Chapter 02Size ReductionLecture 01Introduction & Purpose Of Size ReductionLecture 02Lecture 03Operating Methods (Forces) Of Size ReductionsCrushing Efficiency & Mechanical 10:16:290:13:30

Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Lecture 15Lecture 16Lecture 17Lecture 18Lecture 19Rittinger's LawKick's LawBond's Law & Concept Of Work IndexWorkbook Question 2.1Workbook Question 2.2Workbook Question 2.3Workbook Question 2.4Workbook Question 2.5 & 2.6Size Reduction EquipmentsSize Reduction Equipments Based On The Order Of UsesJaw Crushers & Gyratory CrushersRoll CrushersBall Mill & Hammer MillWorkbook Question 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 2.10 & 2.11Workbook Question 2.12, 2.13 & 2.14Workbook Question 2.15 & 2.16Chapter 03Solidsolid SeparationLecture 01ScreeningLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Screen EfficiencyTylor's Standard Screen AnalysisScreen EffectivenessScreen CapacityScreen Effectiveness Based On Coarse Particles & Fine.Workbook Question 3.1, 3.2 & 3.3Workbook Question 3.4Chapter 04Transportation Of SolidsLecture 01Belt Conveyor & Pipe ConveyorLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Screw ConveyorApron Conveyor & Bucket ElevatorPneumatic ConveyorChapter 05SedimentationLecture 01Introduction Of Solid Liquid SeparationLecture 02Lecture 03Calculation Of Terminal Settling Velocity (General Form)Terminal Settling Velocity For Stoke's Law :190:23:070:07:140:08:27

Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Force Balance In Case Of Terminal Settling VelocitySettling Ratio For Equal Settling ParticlesSettling LawsFree Settling & Hindered SettlingWorkbook Question 5.1, 5.2 & 5.3Workbook Question 5.4 & 5.5Workbook Question 5.6 & 5.7Workbook Question 5.8Workbook Question 5.9Chapter 06FiltrationLecture 01Introduction Of FiltrationLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Types Of FiltrationPrinciple Of Cake FiltrationCalculation Of Pressure Drop For Constant Pressure Cake.Calculation Of Pressure Drop For Constant Pressure Cake.Workbook Question 6.1Workbook Question 6.2Workbook Question 6.3Workbook Question 6.4Workbook Question 6.5Chapter 07Solidgas SeparationLecture 01Introduction Of Solid Gas SeparationLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Various Types Of Gravity Settling ChambersVenturi ScrubberCyclone SeparatorWorkbook Question 7.1 & 7.2Workbook Question 7.3Workbook Question 7.4Chapter 08FluidizationLecture 01Introduction & Classification Of Packed Bed ColumnsLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Fluidized Bed & Definition Of Minimum Fluidization VelocityCalculation Of Minimum Fluidization Velocity.Advantages Of Fluidized Bed Over Packed BedConcept Of Bulk Density Within Fluidized :13:260:05:570:08:32

Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Lecture 15Lecture 16Lecture 17Lecture 18Classification & Application Fluidized BedWorkbook Question 8.10:06:08Workbook Question 8.20:01:48Workbook Question 8.3 & 8.40:07:59Workbook Question 8.50:09:28Workbook Question 8.60:06:15Workbook Question 8.7 & 8.80:08:03Workbook Question 8.90:02:54Workbook Question 8.10 & 8.110:05:15Workbook Question 8.120:04:50Workbook Question 8.13 & 8.140:07:26Workbook Question 8.150:06:50Workbook Question 8.160:02:51Chapter 09MixingLecture 01Introduction Of Mixing & AgitationLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 120:11:34Purpose Of Mixing0:16:020:15:41Mixing Equipments0:13:46Applicability Of Froude Number0:10:03Power Consumption For Mixing0:14:13Workbook Question 9.10:03:16Workbook Question 9.2Workbook Question 9.3, 9.8 & 9.9Workbook Question 9.40:02:090:11:150:06:28Workbook Question 9.50:10:07Workbook Question 9.60:05:46Workbook Question 9.70:06:28Syllabus Competition (Conclusion Lecture)Lecture 01Syllabus Copletition (Conclusion Lecture)For LIVE Classroom visit : www.gateacademy.shop/live-classroom/ or scan the QR code 14-115, Smriti Nagar, Bhilai490020 (CG) 91 97131 13156 91 788 40341760:02:31

TMGATECLASSICALTHERMODYNAMICSCHEMICAL ENGINEERINGLecture InformationChapter 01Basic ConceptsLecture 01Defination Of ThermodynamicsLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Chapter 02Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04System Surrounding & BoundryMicroscopic & Macroscopic Aproch of ThermodynamicsPoint Function, Path Function, Process, CyclePure SubstanceProperty of a SystemThermodynamic EquillibriumGassesWorkbook Question 0:16:100:02:21Zeroth Law of ThermodynamicsZeroth Law of ThermodynamicsThermodynamic Temperature ScalesProblemsWorkbook Question 10:25:270:24:170:21:200:04:40

Chapter 03Energy InteractionLecture 01Work TransferLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Generlised Equation For Work TransferClosed System Work Transfer Through Various ProcessOpen System Work Transfer Through Various ProcessIdeal Gas EquationsSlope of Isothermal & Adiabatic Curves on P V DiagramRepresentation of Various Process on P V DiagramProblemsWorkbook Question 1Workbook Question 2Workbook Question 3Workbook Question 0:46:270:02:540:02:310:05:380:09:48Chapter 04First Law of Thermodynamics (Closed System)Lecture 01HeatLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Internal Energy, EnthalpyFirst Law of ThermodynamicsHeat Transfer through Various ProcessPVy for a Reversible Adiabatic ProcessFree ExpansionProblemsWorkbook Question 1Workbook Question 2Workbook Question 3Workbook Question 4-5Workbook Question 6-7Workbook Question 8Workbook Question 55Chapter 05First Law of Thermodynamics (Open System)Lecture 01Introduction to Steady FlowLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Steady Flow Energy EquationApplications Steady Flow Energy EquationUnsteady StateWorkbook Question 1-20:14:290:23:010:40:050:19:060:11:13

Chapter 06Second Law of ThermodynamicsLecture 01IntroductionLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Heat Engine , Heat Pump , RefrigeratorCarnot CycleThermodynamic Temp, ScaleClaussius EneqalityWorkbook Question 1Workbook Question 2-3EntropyLecture 01IntroductionLecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Change in Entropy of System (Reversible Process)Change in Entropy of System (Irreversible Process)Entropy GenerationPhysical Meaning of EntropyChange in Entropy of UniverseCombined 1st & 2nd Law of ThermodynamicsT S DiagramChange in Entropy of an Ideal GasMiscellaneous2nd Law of EfficiencyWorkbook Question 1-5Chapter 08Properties Of Pure SubstanceLecture 01IntroductionLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 100:30:05Relationship between C.O.P of Heat Pump, Refrigerator, Efficiency 0:10:53Chapter 07Lecture 020:13:09T v DiagramP v DiagramP T DiagramQuality of the MixtureVarious RegionsEnthalpy at Various PointsEntropy at Various PointsClausius-Clapeyron EquationWorkbook Question 22:490:13:010:17:110:18:540:23:400:02:27

Chapter 09Mixture of GassesLecture 01Mixture of GassesChapter 10T.ds RelationsLecture 01TheoremsLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 060:15:230:10:28Maxwell Equations0:21:20T.ds EquationsCoff. of Vol Expansion & Isothermal CompressibiltyJoule-Thomson Experiment0:07:41For LIVE Classroom visit : www.gateacademy.shop/live-classroom/ or scan the QR code .A/114-115, Smriti Nagar, Bhilai490020 (CG)0:22:240:20:11Workbook Question :16:31 91 97131 13156 91 788 4034176

TMGATESOLUTIONTHERMODYNAMICSCHEMICAL ENGINEERINGLecture InformationUnit 01Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Introduction Of Solution ThermodynamicsWorkbook Question 1.1Workbook Question 1.2Partial Molar PropertiesWorkbook Question 1.3Workbook Question 1.4Workbook Question 1.5Summarization Of Partial Molar 060:07:420:22:59Unit 02Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Ideal Gas Mixture ModelProperties Change Of MixingSummarization Of Ideal Gas Mixture ModelWorkbook Question 2.1Workbook Question 2.2Workbook Question 2.3Workbook Question 40

Unit 03Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Lecture 14Lecture 15Lecture 16Lecture 17Lecture 18Excess Property And Residual PropertiesWorkbook Question 3.1Fugacity And Fugacity CoefficientWorkbook Question 3.20:17:100:10:040:26:590:09:43Workbook Question 3.30:13:45Workbook Question 3.40:06:55Fugacity Of Compressed Liquid0:14:09Workbook Question 3.50:08:03Workbook Question 3.60:10:50Workbook Question 3.70:12:10Activity And Activity Coefficient0:13:18Workbook Question 3.80:11:50Workbook Question 3.90:05:09Modified Raoult's Law0:23:58Workbook Question 3.100:15:01Workbook Question 3.110:11:06Workbook Question 3.120:16:09Workbook Question 3.130:10:29Unit 04Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Gibbs Free Energy As A Generating FunctionWorkbook Question 4.10:09:11Workbook Question 4.2Vapor Liquid Equilibrium & Lewis-Randall RuleWorkbook Question 4.30:11:100:16:59Chemical Reaction Equilibrium0:34:25Workbook Question 4.50:14:16Workbook Question 4.60:07:52Workbook Question 4.70:21:13Workbook Question 4.80:19:03Workbook Question 4.9Summarization Of Solution ThermodynamicsFor LIVE Classroom visit : www.gateacademy.shop/live-classroom/ or scan the QR code .A/114-115, Smriti Nagar, Bhilai490020 (CG)0:05:380:08:56Workbook Question :12:25 91 97131 13156 91 788 40341760:08:320:32:08

TMGATEGENERALAPTITUDECHEMICAL ENGINEERINGLecture InformationChapter 01Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Chapter 02Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Number SystemNumber of Zeros at the endUnit Digit ValueLast Two DigitsConcept of RemaindersFactorisationDivisibilityImportant 0700:23:09PnC & ProbabilityAddition, Multiplication & FillingBasics of PnCLetters-Word ArrangementTeam FormationQuestion Paperwala QuestionNumber SumLinear and Circular ArrangementsStraight Lines, Triangles, Chess Board, Handshake & :1400:10:4400:28:09

Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Chapter 03Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 13Chapter 04Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Chapter 05Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Chapter 06Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Dictionary WordImportant Concepts PnCConcept Builder 1 (Probability)Concept Builder 2 (Probability)Challenge Question (Probability )00:11:2700:21:5302:01:4601:17:1500:51:46TSD & Work and TimeAverage SpeedTime DifferenceRelative SpeedChallenge QuestionsBoats & StreamsLinear RacesChallenge QuestionsCircular Races & HCF-LCMWork & TimeUnderstanding WorkdoneDistribution of WagesPipes & CisternsW 00:38:58Percentage & Its ApplicationsPercentage : DI (Pie Chart)Percentage : DI (Table & Line Graph)Percentage BasicProfit & LossMixture AlligationSICI & Some more 8:16MiscellaneousLogarithmsOdd One Out, Coding, Decoding, Missing Letter & Blood .Simplification, Some More Graphs & Reasoning01:20:2500:31:2903:33:52VerbalLogical ConnectiveSyllogismVerbal Reasoning (Critical Reasoning)01:05:5501:33:1501:43:06

Chapter 07Lecture 01Chapter 08Lecture 01Lecture 02Lecture 03Verbal Ability and Verbal Grammar (VA/VG)Verbal Ability and Verbal Grammar (VA/VG)02:22:20Vocabulary Development (Rapid Fire)Rapid Fire (1)00:27:28Rapid Fire (2)00:14:19Rapid Fire (3)00:11:39For LIVE Classroom visit : www.gateacademy.shop/live-classroom/ or scan the QR code 14-115, Smriti Nagar, Bhilai490020 (CG) 91 97131 13156 91 788 4034176

TMGATEENGINEERINGMATHEMATICSCHEMICAL ENGINEERINGLecture InformationLecture 00How to use PD-GD Course for Engineering Mathematics ?Chapter 01Linear AlgebraLecture 01Basics of Linear AlgebraLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Basic of Operation of MatrixTypes of Square MatrixEigen Value & Caley Hamilton TheoremEigen Vector & Concept of DiagnoalizationRank of MatrixSolution of Linear Equation"Basis of VectorsChapter 02Differential EquationLecture 01Basic of Differential EquationLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Solution of Ordinary Differential EquationSolution of Homogeneous Differential EquationSolution of Non- Homogeneous Differential EquationCautchy Linear Differential EquationFirst Order First Degree Differential 7:4000:56:4600:17:5400:44:55

Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Partial Differential EquationBasics of Partial Differential Equation"Solutions of Partial Differential Equations"First Order First Degree Differential Equation (Non-exact)Chapter 03Integral CalculusLecture 01Basic of Integral CalculusLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Special Function (Gamma & Beta)Change of Order (Double Integral)Application of IntegralZero level concept of integrationBasic of proper and improper integralsChapter 04Vector CalculusLecture 01Basic of VectorLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Del OperatorGradient, Divergence, Curl & Directional DerivativeProblem Based on G, D & CVector Integral CalculusStoke & Gauss TheoremProblem Based on Stoke & Gauss TheoremMiscellaneousChapter 05Maxima MinimaLecture 01Concept of Maxima & Minima (One Independent Variable)Lecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Analysis of Maxima & MinimaQuestions on Maxima & MinimaConcept of Maxima & Minima (Two Independent Variable)Miscellaneous Questions on Maxima & MinimaChapter 06Mean Value TheoremLecture 01Basic of Functions & LimitsLecture 02Lecture 03Continuity & DifferentiablityRolle & Lagrange's MVTChapter 07Complex VariableLecture 01Basic of Complex VariableLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Concept of Analytic FunctionComplex IntegralResidue Theorem & Cauchy 0:54:2100:28:3000:29:3200:53:3500:12:4701:07:02

Lecture 05Lecture 06Complex Series Expansion00:33:02Basic of Zeros & Singularities00:19:04Chapter 08Limits & Series ExpansionLecture 01LimitsLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Series ExpansionLecture 01Sample SpaceLecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 06Lecture 07Lecture 08Lecture 09Lecture 10Lecture 11Lecture 12Lecture 1300:32:21Laplace TransformProbabilityLecture 0300:40:43Fourier SeriesChapter 09Lecture 0200:33:3600:48:0000:35:33Events00:23:42Basic Of Probability00:45:07Probability of Distribution (Binomial)Poison Distribution00:13:27Normal Distribution00:32:39Random Variable01:29:04Central Tendency (Mean, median, mode)Standard deviation & Coefficient of VarianceQuestions Based on Central TendencyBasics of Corelation & Regression AnalysisSome more on probability(Bayes theorem) (Part-1)Some more on probability (Part-2)Chapter 10Numerical MethodsLecture 01Methods to solve Non-Linear Algebric EquationLecture 02Lecture 03Lecture 04Lecture 05Lecture 0600:30:27Question of Non-Linear Algebric EquationMethods to Solve Differential :20:3100:54:0300:30:5500:12:25Question of Differential Equation00:30:30Method to Solve Numerical Integral00:15:05Questions of Numerical Integrals00:24:59Preparation StrategyLecture 01Prepare GATE Maths Strategically ? By : Gurupal SirFor LIVE Classroom visit : www.gateacademy.shop/live-classroom/ or scan the QR code 14-115, Smriti Nagar, Bhilai490020 (CG) 91 97131 13156 91 788 403417600:48:00

TMGATECHEMICALENGINEERINGSubjects to be provided in Slot 2 .1. Fluid Mechanics2. Process Dynamics & Control3. Chemical Technology4. Heat Transfer Operations5. Plant Design & Economics6. Process CalculationFor LIVE Classroom visit : www.gateacademy.shop/live-classroom/ or scan the QR code 14-115, Smriti Nagar, Bhilai490020 (CG) 91 97131 13156 91 788 4034176

Introduction of Chemical Reaction Engineering Introduction about Chemical Engineering 0:31:15 0:31:09. Lecture 14 Lecture 15 Lecture 16 Lecture 17 Lecture 18 Lecture 19 Lecture 20 Lecture 21 Lecture 22 Lecture 23 Lecture 24 Lecture 25 Lecture 26 Lecture 27 Lecture 28 Lecture

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