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BIWIC 2010: Optimization & Scale-up of Anti-Solvent Crystallization

Later this week, scientists and engineers will join together at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in Germany for the BIWIC 2010 – International Workshop on Industrial Crystallization.  Topics at this year’s International Workshop on Industrial Crystallization will include fundamentals of crystallization (thermodynamics and kinetics), process design (monitoring and modeling), product design (polymorphism, salvation, stability, chiral separation, fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals), industrial applications, and intensified processes and equipment (external fields, micro technology, hybrid processes). Continue reading

Process Analytical Technology (PAT) for Crystallization Optimization & Scale-up: Research From The Crystallization Cluster at University College Dublin

Optimization and Scale-up of a Hydrodynamically Limited Anti-Solvent Crystallization Process: From Lab to Plant – Parts I & II.

This two part crystallization webinar series given by Mark Barrett on January 27 and February 3 is now available on-demand.   View the Optimization and Scale-up of a Hydrodynamically Limited Anti-Solvent Crystallization Process on-demand webinar.

The webinar series, based on an award winning paper presented at the 16th International Process Development Conference, focuses on a semi-quantitative method for the optimization and scale-up of hydrodynamically limited anti-solvent crystallization process. This protocol combines in situ Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to facilitate the production of a knowledge based scale-up strategy for this mixing limited crystallization process.