Choosing the best reactor for a given system is not an easy thing to do. It is hard to work out which is the best type of reactor to use. The Attainable Region (AR) method is a technique for chemical reaction engineering that helps us to build and optimize the flowsheet for our reaction system. In order to have the optimum reactor system, we need to know what reactors to use, as well as the best way to connect these reactors together in a flowsheet.
For more information on Attainable Regions, please visit the Attainable Regions Homepage at:http://www.wits.ac.za/centres/comps/AR/index.htm
The Attainable Regions Homepage is a creation of Dianne Hildebrandt, David Glasser, Craig McGregor, and Brendon Hausberger from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa.