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Simulation Software Simulating Batch Reaction Processes

Editor: Dominik Stephan

Developing batch processes on your desktop: Pro Sim issues an overhauled version of its BatchReactor simulation software, that offers a deep understanding of production recipes and access to a wide library of calculations and components.

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Pro Sim, a French specialised of simulation solutions, has reworked its proven Batch Reactor software. (Picture: Pro Sim)
Pro Sim, a French specialised of simulation solutions, has reworked its proven Batch Reactor software. (Picture: Pro Sim)

From Pro Sim comes a new version of BatchReactor, the company's software for batch chemical reactors simulation. The new version contains detailed equipment modeling, reaction engineering, and advanced numerical methods to create a state-of-the art simulation environment for chemists and chemical engineers. With its complete understanding of the production recipe, the new simulation solution can become a valuable tool for any batch process development strategy., ProSim states.

Simulating Alternate Reaction Set–Ups

Typical applications include the testing of alternative synthesis routes and new production strategies for use in the chemical, pharmaceutical or specialty chemicals industry. A new graphical user interface which shall help the user to intuitively access the process visualization on a time-line and integrate all required simulation parameters. The manufacturing recipe (operating procedure) can be visualized in a simple way with a view of the scenario (sequence of steps and stop events) and a diagram of each operating step, available on the same screen.

Simulator With Access to Pro Sim's Database

The software features a flexible thermodynamic package and relies on proven and efficient numerical methods, the manufacturer states. With the thermodynamics managed by Pro Sim’s calculation server Simulis Thermodynamics, the user has access to a complete set of calculations services and all Pro Sim thermodynamic models in addition to a library of more than 2,000 components.

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