A mathematical model for temperature control in a continuously stirred tank reactor is developed. The startegy used involves a coil immersed in a coolant which proves to provide sufficient heat removal by controlling the coolant flow rate in exponential mode. The approach shows that specific ranges of exponents for the coolant flow rate must be used for the reactor to operate optimally.
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