James D. Litster mainly investigates Granulation, Granule, Particle size, Composite material and Particle-size distribution. His Granulation research integrates issues from Consolidation, Breakage, Porosity and Nucleation. As a part of the same scientific study, James D. Litster usually deals with the Breakage, concentrating on Process engineering and frequently concerns with Fluid Bed Granulation, SCALE-UP and Economies of agglomeration.
His research integrates issues of Mechanical engineering, Viscosity, Viscous dissipation and Forensic engineering in his study of Granule. His Particle size study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ultimate tensile strength and Surface tension. His research in Composite material intersects with topics in Chromatography, Fraction and Lactose.
James D. Litster mainly focuses on Granulation, Composite material, Granule, Nucleation and Particle size. His study in Granulation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Porosity, Particle-size distribution, Mineralogy, Breakage and Process engineering. The various areas that James D. Litster examines in his Breakage study include Agglomerate and Consolidation.
His Composite material study frequently involves adjacent topics like Surface tension. His work in Granule addresses subjects such as Moisture, which are connected to disciplines such as Water content. James D. Litster interconnects Wetting, Crystallization, Chemical engineering, Drop and Supersaturation in the investigation of issues within Nucleation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Granulation, Granule, Composite material, Breakage and Nucleation. His Granulation research is mostly focused on the topic High Shear Granulation. His Granule research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mechanical engineering and Silicone oil.
His Compaction and Porosity investigations are all subjects of Composite material research. His Breakage study combines topics in areas such as Agglomerate, Pellets, Metallurgy and Particulates. His studies in Nucleation integrate themes in fields like Crystal growth, Drop, Supersaturation, Economies of agglomeration and Aqueous solution.
James D. Litster mostly deals with Granule, Granulation, Composite material, Nucleation and Breakage. His Granule research incorporates elements of Mechanical engineering, Porosity, Chromatography and Process analytical technology. The Porosity study combines topics in areas such as Dimensionless quantity, High Shear Granulation, Consolidation, Froude number and Process engineering.
His research ties Particle-size distribution and Granulation together. His biological study deals with issues like Supersaturation, which deal with fields such as Inorganic chemistry, Aqueous solution, Chemical engineering and Dissolution. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Agglomerate under Breakage, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Economies of agglomeration, Flow visualization and Granular material.
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Nucleation, growth and breakage phenomena in agitated wet granulation processes: a review
Simon M Iveson;James Donald Litster;Karen Hapgood;Brian J Ennis.
Powder Technology (2001)
The Science and Engineering of Granulation Processes
James D. Litster;Bryan Ennis.
Growth regime map for liquid-bound granules
S. M. Iveson;J. D. Litster.
Aiche Journal (1998)
Assessment of Recent Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Trends: A Multiauthor Review
Levente L. Simon;Hajnalka Pataki;György Marosi;Fabian Meemken.
Organic Process Research & Development (2015)
Drop penetration into porous powder beds.
Karen Hapgood;James Donald Litster;Simon R Biggs;Tony Howes.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (2002)
Nucleation regime map for liquid bound granules
Karen Hapgood;James Donald Litster;Rachel Smith.
Aiche Journal (2003)
Fundamental studies of granule consolidation Part 1: Effects of binder content and binder viscosity
S.M. Iveson;J.D. Litster;B.J. Ennis.
Powder Technology (1996)
Coalescence of deformable granules in wet granulation processes
L. X. Liu;J. D. Litster;S. M. Iveson;B. J. Ennis.
Aiche Journal (2000)
Growth regime map for liquid-bound granules: further development and experimental validation
Simon M. Iveson;Philippe A.L. Wauters;Sarah Forrest;James D. Litster.
Powder Technology (2001)
Effect of particle properties on the flowability of ibuprofen powders
L X Liu;I Marziano;A C Bentham;J D Litster.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2008)
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