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MySTYL'One

Dec. 20, 2022

Hydrochlorothiazide/Losartan Potassium Tablet Prepared by Direct Compression


In this paper you will find a study that investigates on Hydrochlorothiazide/Losartan Potassium used to prepare compound tablets through the investigation of the compression and mechanical properties of mixed powders to determine the formulation and preparation factors. The paper is available in the PAPERS section.

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  • Pharmaceutical Development of Film-Coated Mini-Tablets with Losartan Potassium for Epidermolysis Bullosa
  • A mechanistic understanding of compres...

In this paper you will find a study that investigates on Hydrochlorothiazide/Losartan Potassium used to prepare compound tablets through the investigation of the compression and mechanical properties of mixed powders to determine the formulation and preparation factors. The paper is available in the PAPERS section.

Find others papers here and learn about

  • Pharmaceutical Development of Film-Coated Mini-Tablets with Losartan Potassium for Epidermolysis Bullosa
  • A mechanistic understanding of compression damage to the dissolubility of coated pellets in tablets
  • Investigation of Compressibility Characteristics of Paracetamol using Compaction Simulator

#STYL'One #mechanical properties #direct compression #dissolution rate #bioavailibility #compression properties

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MySTYL'One

April 28, 2022

Predictive modelling of powder compaction for binary mixtures using the finite element method


The present work details powder compaction simulations, using the finite element method (FEM) in combination with the density-dependent Drucker-Prager Cap model, which can be used to aid the design process of pharmaceutical tablets. Full paper available in the PAPERS section.

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  • Breaking patterns of press-coated tablets during the diametral compression test: Influence of the product, geometry and process parameters
  • Novel ultrasonic in-die measurements during ...

The present work details powder compaction simulations, using the finite element method (FEM) in combination with the density-dependent Drucker-Prager Cap model, which can be used to aid the design process of pharmaceutical tablets. Full paper available in the PAPERS section.

Find others papers here and learn about

  • Breaking patterns of press-coated tablets during the diametral compression test: Influence of the product, geometry and process parameters
  • Novel ultrasonic in-die measurements during powder compression at production relevant speed
  • Modeling of Disintegration and Dissolution Behavior of Mefenamic Acid Formulation Using Numeric Solution of Noyes-Whitney Equation with Cellular Automata on Microtomographic and Algorithmically Generated Surfaces

#formulation #Predictive modelling #mechanical properties #Mixing model #Powder compaction #STYLOne #Drucker-Prager Cap model

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