Design of formulated products: a systematic methodology

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Design of formulated products: a systematic methodology. / Conte, Elisa; Gani, Rafiqul; Ng, K.M.

In: A I Ch E Journal, Vol. 57, No. 9, 2011, p. 2431-2449.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2011

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Conte, Elisa; Gani, Rafiqul; Ng, K.M. / Design of formulated products: a systematic methodology.

In: A I Ch E Journal, Vol. 57, No. 9, 2011, p. 2431-2449.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2011

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keywords = "Insect repellent lotion, Product design, Paint formulation, Formulation design, Computer-aided",
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note = "© 2011 American Institute of Chemical Engineers",
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PB - John/Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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N2 - In chemical product design one tries to find a product which exhibits the desired (target) behavior specified a priori. The identity of the ingredients of chemical-based products maybe unknown at the start, but some of their desired qualities and functions are usually known. A systematic model-based computer-aided methodology for design and verification of a class of chemical-based products (liquid formulations) is presented. This methodology is part of an integrated three-stage approach for design/verification of liquid formulations where stage-1 generates a list of feasible product candidates and/or verifies a specified set through a sequence of predefined activities (work-flow). Stage-2 and stage-3 (not presented here) deal with the planning and execution of experiments, for product validation. Four case studies have been developed to test the methodology. The computer-aided design (stage-1) of a paint formulation and an insect repellent lotion are presented.

AB - In chemical product design one tries to find a product which exhibits the desired (target) behavior specified a priori. The identity of the ingredients of chemical-based products maybe unknown at the start, but some of their desired qualities and functions are usually known. A systematic model-based computer-aided methodology for design and verification of a class of chemical-based products (liquid formulations) is presented. This methodology is part of an integrated three-stage approach for design/verification of liquid formulations where stage-1 generates a list of feasible product candidates and/or verifies a specified set through a sequence of predefined activities (work-flow). Stage-2 and stage-3 (not presented here) deal with the planning and execution of experiments, for product validation. Four case studies have been developed to test the methodology. The computer-aided design (stage-1) of a paint formulation and an insect repellent lotion are presented.

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KW - Product design

KW - Paint formulation

KW - Formulation design

KW - Computer-aided

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JO - A I Ch E Journal

JF - A I Ch E Journal

SN - 0001-1541

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