How to Scale-Up a Wet Granulation End Point Scientifically

How to Scale-Up a Wet Granulation End Point Scientifically

von: Michael Levin

Elsevier Reference Monographs, 2015

ISBN: 9780128035603 , 88 Seiten

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How to Scale-Up a Wet Granulation End Point Scientifically


 

How to Scale-Up a Wet Granulation End Point Scientifically provides a single-source devoted to all relevant information on the scale-up of a wet granulation end point.
Contents include a general description, problem identification, and theoretical background with supporting literature, case studies, potential solutions, and more. By outlining issues related to scale-up and end-point determination, and then using practical examples and advice to address these issues, How to Scale-Up a Wet Granulation End Point Scientifically is a valuable and essential resource for all those pharmaceutical scientists and technologists engaged in the granulation process.

  • Thoroughly referenced and based on the latest research and literature
  • Part of the Expertise in Pharmaceutical Process Technology Series edited by internationally respected expert, Michael Levin
  • Illustrates the most common problems related to scale-up of a wet granulation end point and provides valuable insights on how to solve these problems in a practical way


Michael Levin has over 30 years of experience in the field of pharmaceutical scale-up, instrumentation and process optimization. He has edited a 'Pharmaceutical Process Scale-Up” book, and has contributed chapters on 'Tablet Press Instrumentation” and 'Wet Granulation: End-Point Determination and Scale-Up” in the Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology. Michael holds a M.Sc. degree in History and Philosophy of Science from Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Ph.D. in BioMathematics (1980) from University of Washington in Seattle. His Post Doctorate studies were at University of Houston, Department of Mechanical Engineering. He participated in numerous wet and dry granulation and tableting projects in major pharmaceutical companies as a provider of process analytical instrumentation, conducted many seminars, performed numerous consulting services and wrote expert reports to clients in the pharmaceutical industry.