Mixing in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Tuesday, November 10, 2009: 3:15 PM
Bayou A (Gaylord Opryland Hotel)

The use of mixing technology in pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries is critical to a broad spectrum of applications. These applications include preparation of APIs, methods of fermentation and cell culture, downstream processing of biologicals, and pharmaceutical operations including suspension handling, and emulsification. The use of mixing theory and evolving experimental methods are required for successful development and scale-up. Papers in these (and related) areas describing mixing-related process development work, as well as methodologies to scale up or scale down mixing-sensitive processes, are included in this session.

North American Mixing Forum
Food, Pharmaceutical & Bioengineering Division (15)

Otute Akiti
Email: oakiti@exelixis.com

Julian B. Fasano
Email: j.fasano@mixerengineering.com

3:15 PM

4:05 PM
(317c) Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulation of a Quadrupole Magnetic Sorter Flow Channel
V. S. K. Sajja, David J. Kennedy, Paul W. Todd and Thomas R. Hanley

4:55 PM

5:20 PM
(317f) Influence of Mixing On the Dissolution Performance of a Pharmaceutical Dosage Form
Otute Akiti, Sean P. Cusack, Deana Tolentino and Rhea Donley
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