Rapid Determination of Optimal Conditions in a Continuous Flow Reactor Using Process Analytical Technology
AbstractContinuous flow reactors (CFRs) are an emerging technology that offer several advantages over traditional batch synthesis methods, including more efficient mixing schemes, rapid heat transfer, and increased user safety. Of particular interest to the specialty chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing industries is the significantly improved reliability and product reproducibility over time. CFR reproducibility can be attributed to the reactors achieving and maintaining a steady state once all physical and chemical conditions have stabilized. This work describes the implementation of a smart CFR with univariate physical and multivariate chemical monitoring that allows for rapid determination of steady state, requiring less than one minute. Additionally, the use of process analytical technology further enabled a significant reduction in the time and cost associated with offline validation methods. The technology implemented for this study is chemistry and hardware agnostic, making this approach a viable means of optimizing the conditions of any CFR. View Full-Text
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Roberto, M.F.; Dearing, T.I.; Branham, C.W.; Bleie, O.; Marquardt, B.J. Rapid Determination of Optimal Conditions in a Continuous Flow Reactor Using Process Analytical Technology. Processes 2014, 2, 24-33.
Roberto MF, Dearing TI, Branham CW, Bleie O, Marquardt BJ. Rapid Determination of Optimal Conditions in a Continuous Flow Reactor Using Process Analytical Technology. Processes. 2014; 2(1):24-33.Chicago/Turabian Style
Roberto, Michael F.; Dearing, Thomas I.; Branham, Charles W.; Bleie, Olav; Marquardt, Brian J. 2014. "Rapid Determination of Optimal Conditions in a Continuous Flow Reactor Using Process Analytical Technology." Processes 2, no. 1: 24-33.