Operating efficiently to maximize profits is the primary goal of all industrial bioprocessing companies. Using process simulation helps many companies meet that goal.
Process engineers and scientists use simulation models to investigate complex and integrated biochemical operations without the need for extensive experimentation. Process simulation tools analyze complete processes, not just single unit operations, from initial concept through design to final plant operation. ChemSim can create process flow diagrams, generate material and energy balances, determine equipment sizing, and estimating capital and operating costs.
Simulation tackles complex problems where solutions are not obvious and where the investment is justifiable including integrated processes or co-product development. Simulation provides more complete and robust information than using simple Excel spreadsheets.
ChemSim process engineers have extensive experience with selecting and using the most appropriate process simulation tool from among the many available to address each client’s specific needs.
Process Simulation Uses