280681 Scale-up Considerations for a Continuous Process with QbD in a Manufacturing Setting

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 1:20 PM
Allegheny II (Westin )
Stephen B. Jeffery, Process Engineering, Eli Lilly and Company, Kinsale, Ireland

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As part of a new process API introduction we undertake an equipment comparability study to justify equipment selection scale up decisions. This part of the technical transfer process requires that the knowledge developed at smaller scales is understood at the larger scale, in particular that process parameters, the basis of safety and operability issues are adequately considered for each unit operation and risks identified and controlled.

This talk will outline the issues arising when applying this procedure to continuous processes at manufacturing scale at Lilly's Kinsale, Ireland facility, taking QbD principles into account and translating these to a real manufacturing plant.

This talk will outline the issues arising when applying this procedure to continuous processes at manufacturing scale at Lilly's Kinsale, Ireland facility, taking QbD principles into account and translating these to a real manufacturing plant.


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