This paper presents a parametric study to investigate the effect of relevant design variables on mechanochemical reaction and mechanical properties of a mechanophore-embedded thermoset polymer matrix. Mechanophores emit fluorescence when a specific covalent bond breaks due to external stress, and thus have attracted immense research interest as a damage sensor. Recently, a mechanophore named dimeric 9-anthracene carboxylic acid (Di-AC) was synthesized successfully and incorporated into epoxy-based thermoset polymer matrix to detect damage precursor. However, there is significant potential in modeling the complex mechanochemistry associated with the Di-AC to obtain a better understanding of this mechanophore and its interaction with the host thermoset material. In this study, a hybrid MD simulation methodology is employed to explore this complex mechanochemistry along with the investigation of the effect of design parameters on the mechanophore performance. The hybrid MD simulation method enables the simulation of Di-AC synthesis, epoxy curing, and mechanical loading test; therefore, the experimental process performed can be emulated accurately. Previously, the hybrid MD method showed the capability of capturing experimentally observed phenomena such as early signal detection and yield strength variation between neat epoxy system and epoxy with 5 wt% Di-AC thermoset polymer. In this paper, the effect of curing temperature on mechanophore activation and mechanical properties is investigated. A series of temperatures are used in the curing simulation, which are experimentally achievable. Results show that curing temperature below glass transition temperature maintains early signal detection and yield strength decreases when the curing temperature increases above the glass transition temperature. Good correlation is observed with experimental results.