Chemical process simulation is integral in representing the process of physical and chemical transformation using mathematical means that partake calculation of energy balances, mass, and also dealing with chemical kinetics equations. All of this is done in pursuit of the establishment (prediction) of the behavior of a specified structure process in which some preliminary data of the equipment comprising the process is known.

In this work, through the simulation of the dynamic process of synthesis, we study the behavior of highly complex reactant systems by obtaining a phenomenological dynamic model that can simulate the behavior of these systems, involving several liquid phase reactions. Its aim is to create techniques and mass processes to analyze and project the behavior of complex and highly hazardous reactions, achieve integrated tank type reactors models that are semi-continuous. It also controls the use of material resources, reducing waste dumping into the atmosphere, and adding more protection to hazardous product work. 

The key reactor designs for parameters of geometry are included in the methodology proposed for the integral design of the reactor, as they have an interconnection to the main variables of the technical process, considering the performance, controllability and protection of the process. The scheduling of a dynamic simulation method enables not only a detailed analysis itself, but also the simultaneity of the basic reactor design calculations. With programs developed on PSI, profiles of these variables were able to be obtained, consistent with the values taken in the experimental runs, and convincingly validated phenomenological models developed in program development were developed. 
The obtained models enable us to analyze the process’ sensitivities, especially in the case of synthetic hazardous material processes, which is accomplished by safe prediction of the course of reactions (usually exothermic systems). The simulated different process types, achieving adequate results, enabling plant design with a high degree of reliability. Integrated architecture, which involves the optimization of operating parameters and basic geometric measurements of heat transfer semi-continuous stirred tank reactors, to reduce the consumption of materials in the manufacturing process and in the reactor. As suggested here, there is no known history of integral reactor design methodologies. Read more here