Development of a novel single vessel processor

part 1: design

G R Kay, J N Staniforth, M J Tobyn, Linda B Newnes, Stuart A MacGregor

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Abstract

Objective - To develop a bladeless Single Vessel Processor (SVP) which utilises controllable fluid dynamics to perform all of the unit operations required for tablet production between ingredient dispensing and final tablet compaction without material transfers. Conclusions - A prototype SVP design which avoids material transfers was found to provide the basic elements for the performance of all of the required unit processes within the same vessel in a bladeless environment, which has a range of potential benefits in pharmaceutical powder processing
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S-410
JournalPharmaceutical Research
Volume14
Issue number11
Publication statusPublished - 1997

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Tablets
Hydrodynamics
Fluid dynamics
Powders
Chemical reactions
Compaction
Processing
Pharmaceutical Preparations

Keywords

  • Powder Processing pharmaceutics Design

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Kay, G. R., Staniforth, J. N., Tobyn, M. J., Newnes, L. B., & MacGregor, S. A. (1997). Development of a novel single vessel processor: part 1: design. Pharmaceutical Research, 14(11), S-410.

Development of a novel single vessel processor : part 1: design. / Kay, G R; Staniforth, J N; Tobyn, M J; Newnes, Linda B; MacGregor, Stuart A.

In: Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 14, No. 11, 1997, p. S-410.

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Kay, GR, Staniforth, JN, Tobyn, MJ, Newnes, LB & MacGregor, SA 1997, 'Development of a novel single vessel processor: part 1: design', Pharmaceutical Research, vol. 14, no. 11, pp. S-410.
Kay GR, Staniforth JN, Tobyn MJ, Newnes LB, MacGregor SA. Development of a novel single vessel processor: part 1: design. Pharmaceutical Research. 1997;14(11):S-410.
Kay, G R ; Staniforth, J N ; Tobyn, M J ; Newnes, Linda B ; MacGregor, Stuart A. / Development of a novel single vessel processor : part 1: design. In: Pharmaceutical Research. 1997 ; Vol. 14, No. 11. pp. S-410.
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