Batch chemical reactors modeling and simulation
From 20 October 2020 to 23 October 2020
This level 1 training course covers chemical synthesis processes and the different methods to better handle this type of process. Attendees will learn how to optimize reactor yield, to better control reaction and to avoid runaways. They will also learn how to use kinetic data in order to simulate chemical reactions.
At the end of the training, attendees will be better equipped to study the different aspects of this type of process (choice of equipment, production yield...) as well as the associated issues (security, scale-up...). The training will use the BatchReactor software.
Who should attend?
This training session is particularly relevant to chemists and chemical engineers involved in security, sizing or optimization studies of batch processes with chemical reactors and engineers that manufacture this type of equipment.
The training takes place over 4 half days : Tuesday 20 October (2:00 pm - 5:30 pm CET) - Wednesday 21 October (2:00 pm - 5:30 pm CET) - Thursday 22 October (2:00 pm - 5:30 pm CET) and Friday 23 October (2:00 pm - 5:30 pm CET)
- Chemical system description
- Mass & energy balance
- Reactions speed
- Components & Thermodynamics
- Physico-chemical properties
- Equilibrium calculations
- Transport properties
- Simulis Thermodynamics within BatchReactor
- Kinetic parameters identification
- Experimental data
- Simulis Kinetics
- Batch reactors modeling
- Technology database
- Simulis Technologies
- Chemical reactions
- Simulis Reactions
- Process Modeling
- Operations steps
- Feeds / Sidestreams
- BatchReactor: examples
Cost and Conditions
- The companies under MUTS Services (Maintenance, Update, Training and Support) contract can register for free (subject to availability) for level 1 training sessions that are related to software covered by their contract. The same applies to universities and public research centers as part of their contract for the use of ProSim software for teaching and / or research purposes.
- If this training is not part of a MUTS Services contract, the cost is 990 € (before tax) or 1190 US$ per person. This price includes participation in training sessions and the training manual in electronic format.
- In order to guarantee the quality of the course and ensure good pedagogical follow-up during the course, the number of available places is limited.
- We thank you for sending us your pre-registration at least 8 days before the start date of the session. We will then confirm your final registration no later than 5 days before the start of the session.
- If the number of pre-registered exceeds the number of places available, not all requests can be satisfied, especially if they come from the same company.
- In order not to deprive other users of the opportunity to follow this training, once we have confirmed your final registration, if you do not attend to the training, an administrative fee of 290 Euros or 340 US$ will automatically be invoiced to you.
- ProSim reserves the right to cancel or not to open this training session if the minimum number of participants is not reached.
- Duration: 4 sessions of 3h30 spread over 4 days.
- Location: online training. Login information will be sent to you prior to the training.
- Equipment: we have a virtual training room that allows training to be provided online and to follow each trainee individually, especially during practical application sessions. A web browser is sufficient to have access to the various software required (no installation of particular software on your computer is necessary). This type of training, on the other hand, requires a quality internet connection; please check with your IT department beforehand.
- Teaching method: the training course consists in theoretical lectures and applications exercises. A number of concrete case studies are discussed.
- Software to be used: BatchReactor.
- Background in chemical engineering / process engineering
- Basic knowledge in software utilization
Additional relevant training sessions
- Thermodynamic approach in process simulation (suggested prerequisite)
- Batch distillation columns modeling and simulation