Application of pressurised gyration as a novel means of producing pharmaceutical polymeric nanofibres
- In: Posters D - Formulation Design and Pharmaceutical Technology
- At: PSWC, Melbourne (Australia) (2014)
- Type: Poster
- Poster code: PD-022
- By: RAIMI-ABRAHAM, Bahijja Tolulope (University College London, School of Pharmacy, London, United Kingdom)
- Co-author(s): Mahalingam, Suntharavathanan (University College London, London, United Kingdom)
Edirisinghe, Mohan (University College London, London, United Kingdom)
Craig, Duncan (University College London, London, United Kingdom)
Background Pressurised gyration(PG) is a process developed by Mahalingam and Edirisinghe in 2013 and involves simultaneous centrifugal spinning and solution blowing to form polymeric nanofibres(NF).PG has the potential to produce 6kg of fibre per hour,offering greater mass production opportunities compared to other polymer NF generation methods.
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