*A pipe or tubular reactor ([[laminar flow reactor]](LFR))
Both types can be used as continuous reactors or batch reactors, and either may accommodate one or more solids ([[reagent]]s, [[catalyst]], or inert materials), but the reagents and products are typically fluids. Most commonly, reactors are run at [[steady-state (chemical engineering)|steady-state]], but can also be operated in a [[Transient state (chemical engineering)|transient state]]. When a reactor is first brought into operation (after maintenance or inoperation) it would be considered to be in a transient state, where key process variables change with time.
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There are three main basic models used to estimate the most important process variables of different chemical reactors:
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