26 juin 2019 -
28 juin 2019 / Darmstadt

Workshop

9th International Granulation Workshop

 

The 8th International Granulation Workshop 2017 was even more of a success than the previous years with a record attendance due to the growth of the workshop. Over 400 people from Industry and Academia attended the Workshop organised by Sheffield University. Next year the 9th International Granulation Conference will be hosted by Nestle in Lausanne, Switzerland. This will be the place to showcase the latest in agglomeration, granulation and particle technology. The granulation conference will provide an excellent opportunity to gain a complete overview of how the field of granulation stands at present with the presentation of a range of papers from both academia and industry.

The Macro Scale I: Processing for Granulation Processes
• Fluidized Bed Granulation
• High Shear Granulation
• Twin Screw Granulation
• Roller Compaction
• Spray Drying
• Extrusion-Spheronisation and Pelletization
• Tableting
• Coating and Encapsulation

The Macro Scale II: Applications
• Agglomeration in the Food Industry
• Sensory perception and mouthfeel of food particles
• Pharmaceutical Granulation
• Fertilizer Granulation
• Detergent and Personal Care Products
• Agglomeration in the Metallurgical Industry
• Agglomeration in Suspension-Flocculation
• Nanoparticle-Granulation
• Agglomeration in Catalysts
• Bio-granulation-Aerobic granulation
• Undesired Agglomeration and Powder Caking
• Green Granulation – Innovative Processes

The Meso Scale: Mechanistic Description
• Wetting and Nucleation, and Growth and Consolidation
• Granulation Rate Processes
• Breakage in Granulation
• Transport Phenomena during Granulation

The Micro Scale: Granules and Smaller
• Structure-Property (Granule Structure, Product Performance)
• Droplet; wetting, spreading and rebound phenomena
• Interparticle Forces – Particle Adhesion – Sintering – Liquid bridge
• New Granule Characterisation Methods
• Hierarchically Structured Granules

Science & Technology of Reconstitution
• Fundamentals of Reconstitution: Wetting, Capillarity, Dispersion, Dissolution
• Innovative Analytical Methods to measure Reconstitution
• Mathematical Modelling of Reconstitution Processes
• Powder Processing Technologies to enhance Reconstitution
• Effect of Powder Structure on Reconstitution and related Functional Properties

Systems Engineering of Granulation Processes
• Control of Granulation Processes
• Control and Optimisation of Flowsheets
• Dynamic Flowsheet Modelling.

General Topics
• Continuous Granulation (including Feeding, Blending and Granule Composition)
• Process Control in Continuous and Batch Systems
• Tools for Process Control and PAT
• Scale-Up
• Powder Mixing
•Toxicity of Nanoparticles
• Evaluating Product Performance
• Environmental Aspects / Energy Consumption
• Granulation: Variability and Error
• On-line measurement
• Affordability/Economics of Granulation
• Industrial Challenges in Manufacturing
• Feed Forward Control based on Powder Characterisation
• Fast Start up and Shut downs
• Quality Monitoring

 

Site internet de l’évènement

https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/agglom/2019/index

organisateurs

date

26 juin 2019 -
28 juin 2019

Lieu

Technische Universität Darmstadt
Karolinenplatz 5, Darmstadt
Allemagne

Contacts

granulationworkshop@sheffield.ac.uk