Modeling Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Processes Using Particle Simulation
Live Webinar - October 5 - 7 (in 3 Different Languages)
Learn how Novo Nordisk, Pfizer and other pharmaceutical industry leaders use EDEM to understand and optimise their solid dose manufacturing processes. including powder mixing, die filling and tablet coating.
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Efficient handling and processing of particulates is critical to profitable manufacture of pharmaceutical products. Over 75% of all pharmaceutical products are in the solid dosage form and particulates are involved in almost every stage of the manufacturing process.
Altair® EDEM™ software accurately simulates and analyzes the behavior of granular materials such as powders, tablets and capsules. Powered by the Discrete Element Method (DEM), it is a powerful predictive tool used to model common pharmaceutical manufacturing processes such as mixing, blending, granulation, milling, and tablet coating. EDEM can provide key insight into operations and processes otherwise difficult or impossible to obtain using experiments alone.
Leading pharmaceutical manufacturers are using EDEM to increase process efficiency and capability, improve product quality, reduce prototyping costs, and get products to market quicker.
Join the live Webinar on October 5, 2021 to learn:
- What is Altair EDEM
- How to efficiently model powders and other particulates
- The range of operations that can be optimized, including mixing, blending, coating, milling
- The analysis that can be performed with EDEM and the type of insight obtained
- How industry leaders are using EDEM as part of their drug development process
Who should attend?
Engineers, scientists and researchers involved in the drug product manufacturing process.
1 hour including Q&A with our engineer