Gernaey, Krist1; Cervera Padrell, Albert Emili1; Woodley, John1
1 Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark
The pharmaceutical industry is under growing pressure to increase efficiency, both in production and in process development. This paper will discuss the use of Process Systems Engineering (PSE) methods in pharmaceutical process development, and searches for answers to questions such as: Which PSE methods can be applied readily? Where is more method development needed? The paper is illustrated with a series of short examples taken from the literature and ongoing research projects.
Computer-aided Chemical Engineering, 2011, p. 1628-1632
Process development; Design space; PSE; Pharmaceutical production
Main Research Area:
Computer - Aided Chemical Engineering
21st European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering, 2011