Below is a list of every paper/ book chapter published with the help of C-SOPS by year. If you require further assistance with locating an article, please contact Doug Hausner.

2006  |  2007  |  2008 |  2009  |  2010 |  2011  |  2012 |  2013  |  2014 |  2015  |  2016 |  2017

Journal Papers

  1. Akkisetty, P. K., Lee, U., Reklaitis, G. V., and Venkatasubramanian, V., “Population Balance Model-based Hybrid Neural Network for a Pharmaceutical Milling Process,” Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, Volume 5, Number 4, 161-168, DOI: 10.1007/s12247-010-9090-2. 

  2. Baird JA and Taylor LS, 2011 Evaluation and modeling of the eutectic composition of various drug-polyethylene glycol solid dispersions, Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 16, 201-211

  3. Bhakay, M. Merwade, E. Bilgili, R. Davé, “Novel Aspects of Wet Milling for the Production of Microsuspensions and Nanosuspensions of Poorly Water-Soluble Drugs,” Drug Dev. Ind. Pharm., 37, 963-976, (2011).

  4. Bhakay, R. Davé, E. Bilgili. “Recovery of BCS Class II drugs during aqueous redispersion of core-shell type nanocomposite particles produced via fluidized bed coating,” Powder Technology, (2012), doi:10.1016/j.powtec.2011.12.066.

  5. Bilgili, E., M. Capece, “Quantitative Analysis of Multi-Particle Interactions during Particle Breakage: a Discrete Non-Linear Population Balance Framework”, Powder Technol., 213, 162-173 (2011).

  6. Bilgili, E., Rosen, L. A., Ko, J. S., Chen, A., Smith, E. J., Fliszar, K., Wong, G., “Experimental Study of Fluidized Bed Co-Granulation of Two Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients: An Industrial Scale-up Perspective,” Part. Sci. Technol., 29, 285–309, (2011).

  7. Boukouvala F, Dubey A, et al. Computational approaches for studying the granular dynamics of continuous blending processes, 2 – Data Driven Methods. Macromolecular Materials and Engineering. Volume 297, Issue 1, pages 9–19, January 2012, Article first published online: 25 AUG 2011, DOI: 10.1002/mame.201100054

  8. Boukouvala, F., F.J. Muzzio, M.G. Ierapetritou. Dynamic data-driven modeling of pharmaceutical processes. Industrial Engineering & Chemistry Research, 50(11), p. 6743, 2011.

  9. Capece, M., E. Bilgili, R. Davé, “Emergence of Falsified Kinetics as a Consequence of Multi-Particle Interactions in Dense-Phase Comminution Processes,” Chem. Eng. Sci., 66, 5672-5683 (2011).

  10. Capece, M., E. Bilgili, R. Davé, “Identification of the Breakage Rate and Distribution Parameters in a Non-Linear Population Balance Model for Batch Milling,” Powder Technol., 208,195-204 (2011).

  11. Desai, C., Meng, X., Yang, D., Wang, X., Akkunuru, V., Mitra,S., “Effect of solvents on stabilization of micro drug particles,” Journal of Crystal Growth. 314 (2011) 353-358, doi:10.1016/j.jcrysgro.2010.11.153. 

  12. Dubey, A., A. Sarkar, M. Ierapetritou, C.R. Wassgren, F.J. Muzzio, Computational Approaches for Studying the Granular Dynamics of Continuous Blending Processes, 1-DEM Based Methods, Macromolecular Materials And Engineering. 296 (2011) 290-307.

  13. Engisch W, Muzzio FJ. 2011. Method for Characterization of Loss-in-Weight Feeder Equipment. Powder Technology, Accepted.

  14. Gao, Y., A. Vanarase, F. Muzzio, M. Ierapetritou, Characterizing continuous powder mixing using residence time distribution, Chemical Engineering Science 66 (2011) 417-425.

  15. Gao, Y., Ierapetritou, M., Muzzio, F., 2011. Investigation on the effect of blade patterns on continuous solid mixing performance. The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 89, 969-984.

  16. Gao, Y., Muzzio, F., Ierapetritou, M., 2011. Characterization of feeder effects on continuous solid mixing using fourier series analysis. AIChE Journal 57, 1144-1153.

  17. Ghoroi, C., Gurumurthy, L., McDaniel, D.J. and Davé, R.N., “Multi-faceted characterization of flow, packing and fluidization properties of pharmaceutical powders for discerning the influence of surface modification,” submitted, Powder Technology, Special Issue: Pharmaceutical Powders, September (2011).

  18. Han, X., Ghoroi, C., To, D., Chen, Y., Davé, R. N., “Simultaneous micronization and surface modification for improvement of flow and dissolution of drug particles,” International Journal of Pharmaceutics, Volume 415, Issues 1-2, 30 August 2011, Pages 185-195   

  19. Jaiswal, R.; and Beaudoin, S. P.; “Nanoparticle Adhesion Models: Applications in Particulate Contaminant Removal from Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography Photomasks” Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 25 (2011) 781-797.

  20. Jallo, L. J., Bowen, J., Etzler, F., and Dave, R. J., “Prediction of Inter-particle Adhesion Force from Surface Energy and Surface Roughness,” Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 25 (2011) 367-384.

  21. Jerez, J., A. Zarow, B. Zhou, R. Pinal, Z. Iqbal and R. Romanach, “Complementary Near-Infrared and Raman Chemical Imaging of Pharmaceutical Gel Strip Films”, Jour. Pharmaceutical Sciences, 65, 4895 (2011).

  22. Kestur, U.S., Van Eerdenbrugh, B. and Taylor, L.S. (2011) Influence of polymer chemistry on crystal growth inhibition of two chemically diverse organic molecules. CrystEngComm. 13:6712-6718

  23. Matthew P. Mullarney, Lauren E. Beach, Beth A. Langdon, and Mark A. Polizzi, Applying Dry Powder Coatings Using a Resonant Acoustic Mixer to Improve Powder Flow and Bulk Density, Pharmaceutical Technology, pp. 94,-102, October 2011.

  24. Matthew P. Mullarney, Lauren E. Beach, Rajesh N. Davé, Beth A. Langdon, Mark Polizzi, Daniel O. Blackwood, Applying dry powder coatings to pharmaceutical powders using a comil for improving powder flow and bulk density, Powder Technology, Volume 212, Issue 3, 25 October 2011, Pages 397-402.

  25. Mendez R, Muzzio FJ, Velazquez, C 2011. Powder Hydrophobicity and Flow Properties: Effect of Feed Frame Design and Operating Parameters. AIChE DOI: 10.1002/aic.12639, Volume 58, Issue 3, pages 697–706, March 2012

  26. Mendez, R., Romanski, F. S., and Tomassone, M. S., Density Behavior of Cohesive Granular Materials, Powder Technology, Volume 211, Issues 2–3, 10–25 August 2011, Pages 189–198 

  27. Meng, X., D. Yang, G. Keyvan, B. Michniak-Kohn, S. Mitra, “Synthesis and Immobilization of Micro-scale Drug Particles in Cellulosic Films,” Colloids Surf. B, 86, 181–188 (2011).

  28. Meng, X., D. Yang, S. Mitra, “Simultaneous Synthesis, Stabilization, and Self-assembly of Microscale Drug Particles in Polymer Films,” J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 120, 2082–2089 (2011).

  29. Metzger, M., Remy, B. and Glasser, B.J.*, All the Brazil nuts are Not on Top: Vibration Induced Granular Size Segregation of Binary, Ternary and Multi-sized Mixtures, Powder Technology, 205, 42-51, (2011).

  30. Mullarney, M.P., Beach, L.E., Davé, R.N., Langdon, B.A., Polizzi, M. and Blackwood, D.O.“Applying dry powder coatings to pharmaceutical powders using a comil for improving powder flow and bulk density,” Powder Technology, 212 (2011) 397–402.  doi:10.1016/j.powtec.2011.06.008. 

  31. Pingali, KC, Mendez, R., Lewis, D., Michniak, B., Cuitiño, A., Muzzio, F.J., “Mixing order of silica and magnesium stearate – Influence on powder and tablet properties,” International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 409 (2011) 269-277.

  32. Ramachandran, R., Arjunan, J., Chaudhury, A., Ierapetritou, M.G. Model-Based control loop performance assessment of a continuous direct compaction pharmaceutical process. J. Pharm. Innov. 6, 249, 2011.

  33. Romanski, F., E. Jayjock, F. Muzzio, M. Tomassone, “Important Factors in the Size Reduction of Polymer-Stabilized Drug Particle Suspensions Using High-Pressure Homogenization,” J. Pharm. Innov., 6, 97–106 (2011).

  34. Ropero, J., Y Colón, B. Johnson-Restrepo, R. J. Romañach, “Near infrared chemical imaging slope as new method to study tablet compaction and tablet relaxation,” Applied Spectroscopy, DOI: 10.1366/410-06078. 2011 Apr;65(4):459-65

  35. Rumondor ACF, Wikström H, Van Eerdenbrugh B, Taylor LS, 2011, Understanding the Tendency of Amorphous Solid Dispersions to Undergo Amorphous–Amorphous Phase Separation in the Presence of Absorbed Moisture, AAPS PharmSciTech, 12 (4), 1209-1219

  36. Scicolone, J., Mujumdar, A., Sundaresan, S., Davé, R.N., “Environmentally benign dry mechanical mixing of nano-particles using magnetically assisted impaction mixing process,” Powder Technology, Volume 209, Issues 1-3, 15 May 2011, Pages 138-146, ISSN 0032-5910, 10.1016/j.powtec.2011.02.021.

  37. Sievens-Figueroa, L., Bhakay, B., Jerez-Rozo, J., Preparation and characterization of hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose films containing stable BCS Class II drug nanoparticles for pharmaceutical applications. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 2011; 423(2): 496-508.

  38. Van Eerdenbrugh B and Taylor LS, 2011, An Ab Initio Polymer Selection Methodology to Prevent Crystallization in Amorphous Solid Dispersions by Application of Crystal Engineering Principles. CrystEngComm. 13, 6171-6178

  39. Van Eerdenbrugh B and Taylor LS, 2011, Application of mid-IR spectroscopy for the characterization of pharmaceutical systems, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 417, 3-16

  40. Van Eerdenbrugh B, Alonzo DE, Taylor LS, 2011, Influence of Particle Size on the Ultraviolet Spectrum of Particulate-Containing Solutions: Implications for In-Situ Concentration Monitoring Using UV/Vis Fiber-Optic Probes, Pharmaceutical Research, 28, 1643-1652

  41. Vanarase, A.; Gao, Y.; Dubey, A.; Ierapetritou, M.; and Muzzio, F.; “Chapter 9-2. Scale up of continuous blending”, in Pharmaceutical Process Scale-Up, 3rd Ed., 2011. ISBN: 9781616310011. 

  42. Vanarase, A.U., F.J. Muzzio, Effect of operating conditions and design parameters in a continuous powder mixer, Powder Technol 208 (2011) 26-36.

  43. Zhu Q, Harris MT, Taylor LS, 2011, Time-Resolved SAXS/WAXS Study of the Phase Behavior and Microstructural Evolution of Drug/PEG Solid Dispersions, Molecular Pharmaceutics, 8, 932-939 

  44. Zhu, W., F. Romanski, X. Meng, S. Mitra and M. S. Tomassone, “Atomistic Simulation Study of Surfactant and Polymer Interactions on the Surface of a Fenofibrate Crystal”, Euro. J.Pharm. Sci., 42, 452-461 (2011).

Books & Book Chapters

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Publications from Associated Projects

  1. Gulak, Y., Jayjock, E., Muzzio, F. J., and Bauer, A., Mc Glynn, P., “Inversion of Andersen Cascade Impactor Data Using the Maximum Entropy Method,”Aerosol Science and Technology, 44, 29-37 (2010), DOI: 10.1080/02786820903338280. 

  2. LaMarche, K. R., Muzzio, F. J., Shinbrot, T., and Glasser, B. J., “The effect of dielectrophoresis on the flow of granular materials,” Powder Technology 199 180–188 (2010). doi:10.1016/j.powtec.2010.01.006. Thrust B, C

  3. Lepek, D., Valverde, J.M., Pfeffer, R., Castellanos, A., Davé, R.N., “Enhanced Nanofluidization by Alternating Electric Fields,” AIChE Journal, Cover Article, Vol 56(1), p 54-65, January 2010, DOI: 10.1002/aic.11954. Thrust A, C

  4. Liu, J., and Iqbal,, Z. “Facile Synthesis of Pure Boron Nanotubes and Nanofibers in Boron and Boron Compounds - From Fundamentals to Applications, Mater,” Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. CC05 (2011) - in press.

  5. Patel, R. B., Liu, J. Eng, J., and Iqbal, Z., “One-step CVD synthesis of a boron nitride nanotube-iron composite,” Jour. Mater. Res. – accepted and in press. 

  6. Vasilenko, A., Glasser, B.J., Muzzio, F.J., “Shear and Flow Behavior of Pharmaceutical Blends – Method Comparison Study” Powder Tech January 2011, DOI: 10.1016/j.powtec.2010.12.031. Thrust C.