Peyman Mostafaei Model Assisted Design of Granular Products: Linking Process and Product Models for Wet Granulation
November 2020 - Present
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Biography I received my master degree in polymer engineering from the University of Tehran in 2015. My thesis focused on predicting the particle size distribution of polymer particles in emulsion polymerization. The result was a new technique to solve the population balance equation and the publication of two ISI papers.
Research My research is supervised by Dr Rachel Smith and Professor Jim Litster. The project is funded by International Fine Particle Research Institute (IFPRI). The project is one of the first attempt to try to establish a connection between the disintegration performance of the granules and the granulation processes such as high shear granulation and fluidized bed granulation which in the end could provide us with a tool to optimize the process based on desired product parameters.