Which Are The Best Books To Prepare For GATE Chemical (CH) Exam
Best Books To Prepare For GATE Chemical (CH) Examination
Book Title(s) & Author(s) / Publication(s)
Basic Principles and Calculations in Chemical Engineering: David M. Himmelblau & James B.Riggs
Engineering Thermodynamics: PK Nag
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics: JM Smith, HC Van Ness & MM Abott
A text book of Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics: KV Narayanan
Fluid Mechanics: Yunus A Cengel and John M Cimbala
Fluid mechanics: R.K. BANSAL
Mechanical Operation for Chemical Engineer: CM narayanan and BC Bhattacharya
Unit Operation of Chemical Engineering: Warren L McCabe, Julia C. smith and Peter Harriott
Chemical Reaction Engg:
Chemical reaction engineering: Octave Levenspiel
Elements of chemical reaction engineering: H.Scott Foggler
Heat Transfer: Younis A Cengel
Heat Transfer: Career Avenues
Heat Transfer: Frank P. Incropera and David P Dewitt
Principles of Mass transfer and separation process: Binay K Dutta
Mass Transfer operation: Robert A Treybal
Instrumentation and Process Control:
Process System Analysis and control: Donald R Coughanour and Steven E. Leblanc
Chemical Engineering Design: Ray Sinnot and Gavin Towler (Coulson & Richardson)
Chemical technology: GN Pandey
DRYDENS Outline of Chemical Engineering: M Gopala Rao and Marshall Sittig
A lot of students ask us which are the right books to prepare for GATE Chemical (CH) exam. Here is what we suggest.
Books available off the shelf in book shops:
You will find many a books or guides in bookshops by various authors / publications. These books claim that they are complete preparation guide to GATE Chemical (CH) with past exam papers. Normally, these books are around a 1000 pages. In our opinion, these books are NOT comprehensive for GATE Chemical (CH) and can be used merely as reference guides. GATE Chemical (CH) is not an exam whose theory and practice questions can be crunched in a single book.
Engineering College Books:
These are the best books to study and learn the subject. Make sure that the author is the best in the field. While these books are excellent in explaining theory and also provide sufficient practice questions, these are not written for GATE Chemical (CH). So you may not know what to focus on and also may end up spending much more time then what is required to prepare a subject.
Course Material for GATE Chemical (CH):
Career Avenues GATE Chemical (CH) faculty has very carefully selected and summarized all concepts that are required in GATE Chemical (CH) exam. Our study material covers all concepts and practice questions. All concepts tested in last 10 years of GATE Chemical (CH) have been well illustrated. So instead of reading an excellent engineering college book (which may be over 1000 pages for each subject), it is better to read focused GATE Chemical (CH) material with practice questions. For more information on our Course Material, please refer to the courses for your branch of Engineering under the head GATE Chemical (CH) Preparation. Click here to access all the details you need.
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