Research Output per year
The project will largely be centred around the practical aspects of continuous crystallisation by spray drying optimising critical crystal quality attributes via advanced control strategies. An important aspect will be the characterisation of material produced from the spray drying platform not only crystalline but potentially amorphous. Therefore the development of process analytical tools including spectroscopy and imaging will be an important aspect of the project. This will be in addition to some advanced offline analytical techniques such as specific surface analysis tools. Examination of single droplet evaporation and semi-empirical computational modelling will be used to support the development of a conceptual design adaptable to novel spray drying applications.
- Spray Drying
- Particle Engineering
Quantitative investigation of particle formation of a model pharmaceutical formulation using single droplet evaporation experiments and X-ray tomographyDoerr, F. J. S., Oswald, I. D. H. & Florence, A. J., 12 Oct 2018, In : Advanced Powder Technology. 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Data for: "Quantitative Investigation of Particle Formation of a Model Pharmaceutical Formulation using Single Droplet Evaporation Experiments and X-Ray Tomography"
Doerr, F. (Creator), University of Strathclyde, 18 Oct 2018