Process simulator is a computer program that allows modeling different processes depending on the area of study for which it was designed; this way, there are process simulators for industrial, chemical, and biochemical processes. A process simulation software is the best way to perform the simulation of industrial processes; this is due to the large number of equations and numerical methods that are needed to use for proper representation and prediction of behavior in reality.
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