Optimizing Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Processes with EDEM particle simulation
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 - powered by the Discrete Element Method (DEM) - accurately simulates and analyzes the behavior of granular materials such as powders, tablets and capsules. It is a powerful tool used to model common pharmaceutical manufacturing processes such as mixing, blending, granulation and tablet coating.
This technology can provide key insights leading to optimized processes and innovation in product design.
Find out more with the resources below:
VIDEOS - applications examples
Powder Mixing in High Shear Granulator
Wet Mixing Process
Breakage in Pin Mill
Tablet Mixing and Coating
Tablet Coating using EDEM-CFD Coupling
Hopper Discharge of Powders
Applications of EDEM for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Processes
Download this eBook to learn about:
- Common challenges
- What is EDEM simulation technology
- Benefits of using EDEM simulation
- Application examples: mixing, agglomeration, comminution, die filling, tablet compaction, tablet coating and more
Modeling Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Processes with EDEM
This webinar introduces EDEM simulation technology, discuss its main applications in pharmaceutical manufacturing including mixing, coating, granulation, breakage and show how it can provide key information on processes otherwise difficult or sometimes impossible to measure
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Virtual Panel
Thursday 13 August, 2020 | 9am EDT
Using the Discrete Element Method (DEM) to simulate pharmaceutical manufacturing processes
Hear insights from 4 industry experts on the use of the Discrete Element Method as a modelling tool for optimizing pharmaceutical manufacturing processes.