Monday 19 October 2015
“Dynamic properties provide insight into powder behavior and can be used to predict performance of processing equipment, such as feeder flow rate.
Improved, knowledge-led powder processing has a vital role to play in transforming manufacturing efficiency in the pharmaceutical industry. The successful commercialization of continuous manufacturing, the realization of real-time release, and the competitive development of generic drugs all rely on understanding how to optimize the handling and processing of powders. It is essential, therefore, to develop strategies and tools to supply insight into powder properties.”
Read the full article "Identifying Powder Properties that Define Process Performance" by Jamie Clayton in the Troubleshooting section of the latest issue of Pharmaceutical Technology.