Improving the prediction of multi-component tablet properties from pure component parameters

Jolliffe, Hikaru G. and Papathanasiou, Foteini and Prasad, Elke and Halbert, Gavin and Robertson, John and Brown, Cameron J. and Florence, Alastair J.; (2019) Improving the prediction of multi-component tablet properties from pure component parameters. In: 29th European Symposium on Computer Aided Chemical Engineering. Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 46 . Elsevier, NLD, pp. 883-888. ISBN 9780128186350

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    Abstract

    Direct compaction tabletting, a widely used secondary downstream processing operation, has recently received significant research attention. Experimental data can be used to fit model parameters for the prediction of single-component tablet thickness and hardness with good agreement, and this has been done for two components (Avicel® PH-101 and Pharmatose® 50M). These pure component parameters have then been used to predict multicomponent tablet properties, with the use of novel modified parameter averaging calculations improving predictions. Furthermore, a relation has been developed to estimate the required gap between tablet press punch faces for multicomponent tablets based on the gaps required for pure components; a quick and efficient way to estimate the necessary equipment settings to generate the desired compaction forces is a useful tool.