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Simulation to understand powder flow and compaction [ADDoPT]

last modified Jan 16, 2019 01:33 PM

James Elliott, Professor of Macromolecular Materials Science at the University of Cambridge's Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy, outlines work in his group in the ADDoPT project to model, simulate and understand better powder flow and compaction behaviour in key drug product formulation operations such as compaction, tableting and coating.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNtXDfoiWI0

ADDoPT https://www.addopt.org is a collaboration instigated by the Medicines Manufacturing Industry Partnership, and part funded under the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative, a BEIS initiative delivered by Finance Birmingham and Birmingham City Council.

 

 

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