Chemistry & Processes

The huge chemical industry produces and supplies essential raw materials for companies in the industrial and manufacturing sectors. The chemical production industry and the physicochemical processes to which the raw material is subjected for its transformation into thousands of products for mass and industrial use, are susceptible to improvement through computer-aided innovation, the main service of In Silico. Science and Engineering.

Design new and improved chemical products and physicochemical processes. Meet the most stringent regulatory requirements.

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Chemical processes

A chemical process is the combination of unit operations for the transformation of an initial raw material into a final product with different composition, state of matter and / or conditions. Optimize the design of manufacturing and industrial processes by experimenting with virtual prototypes.

  • Chemical reactions and reactors.
  • Heat, mass and fluid transport processes.
  • Distillation
  • Crystallization
  • Drying
  • Granulation
  • Mixing
  • Segregation

Food & Beverage

Experiment now with virtual prototypes of technological alternatives for the production, selection, processing, transport and storage of food products from multiple sectors, favoring certification processes and regulatory compliance.

  • Meat
  • Fishing
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Farming and Agriculture
  • Sugar and cocoa
  • Winemaking and brewing
  • Bakeries
  • Oils
  • Dairy products
  • Animal food

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Beauty and cleaning cosmetic products

Experiment now with virtual prototypes associated with the design, manufacture and disposal of cosmetic products and reduce time, limitations, costs and environmental impact by favoring certification processes and compliance with regulations.

  • Sun and skin care
  • Hair care
  • Deodorants and fragrances
  • Pigmented makeup and cosmetics
  • Cleaning cosmetics (detergents, soaps, disinfectants)
  • Technological disposal and separation of cosmetic waste