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

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April 28, 2022


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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