Friday, November 17, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Yosemite B (Hilton San Francisco)
#684 - Application of Engineering Fundamentals to API Process Development - PAT Applications (T2002)
The emergence of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) is a boon for chemical engineers enabling them to improve process understanding by integrating PAT data with mathematical models. The application of traditional engineering tools like kinetic regression and mass transfer analysis using PAT data and subsequent process simulation will be the focus of this session.
Chair:Mayur P. Lodaya
CoChair:Paul Compton Collins
3:15 PMApplications of Process Analytical Technologies to Ensure Controlled Processes
Mark A. LaPack, Robert T. Roginski, Jodi Czarnik, Amanda McDaniel, Steven Doherty, Daniel Creeden, Robert Roginski, Jodi Czarnik, Amanda McDaniel, Steven Doherty, Daniel Creeden
3:40 PMSelective Crystallization of the Metastable Alpha Form of L-Glutamic Acid through Feedback Concentration Control
Nicholas Kee, Reginald B. H. Tan, Richard D. Braatz
4:05 PMUsing Continuous Integrated Micro Filtration for the Production of Pseudotype Vectors in a Fixed Bed Reactor
Dirk Nehring, Ralf Poertner, Peter Czermak
4:30 PMMapping the State of a Pharmaceutical Co-Precipitation Process: an Integrated Process Analytical Technology (Pat) Approach
Huiquan Wu, Mansoor A. Khan
4:55 PMUnderstanding Primary Atomization in Sprays
Lori Ray, Lisa Graham, Steve Hunt, John Widman, Birendra David, Kumar Dhanasekharan
5:20 PMA.P.I. Crystal Engineering in Early Development
Christopher N. Nilsen, Steven Fabian, Jeffrey Grimm, Fuqiang Liu, Stephen Manzo, Kirk Sorgi

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