2022 - Research.com Engineering and Technology in Austria Leader Award
His main research concerns Mechanics, Discrete element method, Computer simulation, Process engineering and Particle size. His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Mixing and Mineralogy. His studies in Discrete element method integrate themes in fields like Fluid dynamics, Composite material, Coating and Fluidization.
His Process engineering research incorporates elements of Process modeling, Pharmaceutical manufacturing, Process control, Quality by Design and Process analytical technology. His Particle size study incorporates themes from Isothermal process, Chemical kinetics, Reaction rate, Excipient and Dissolution. His study explores the link between Chemical engineering and topics such as Work that cross with problems in Catalysis.
Johannes Khinast mainly focuses on Mechanics, Composite material, Chemical engineering, Process engineering and Coating. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Mixing and Mixing. His work blends Composite material and Capsule studies together.
Johannes Khinast has included themes like Pellets and Catalysis in his Chemical engineering study. His work deals with themes such as Discrete element method and Optical coherence tomography, which intersect with Coating. His research on Bubble frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Mass transfer.
Johannes Khinast mostly deals with Process engineering, Discrete element method, Mechanics, Composite material and Residence time distribution. While the research belongs to areas of Process engineering, Johannes Khinast spends his time largely on the problem of Active ingredient, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Extrusion. His study looks at the relationship between Discrete element method and topics such as Coating, which overlap with Surface finish.
Johannes Khinast combines subjects such as Mixing and Material properties with his study of Mechanics. His work on Compaction as part of general Composite material study is frequently linked to Capsule, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Mixing research extends to the thematically linked field of Impeller.
His primary areas of study are Mechanics, Process engineering, Residence time distribution, Discrete element method and Coating. His work on Volumetric flow rate as part of general Mechanics research is often related to Robotics, thus linking different fields of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Process modeling, Compression molding, Molding and Core in addition to Process engineering.
His Residence time distribution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pharmaceutical manufacturing, Point and Granulation. His studies deal with areas such as Cuboid, Computational fluid dynamics, Artificial intelligence and Scale as well as Discrete element method. Johannes Khinast has included themes like Task, Optical coherence tomography and General-purpose computing on graphics processing units in his Coating study.
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The Future of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Sciences.
Jukka Rantanen;Johannes Khinast.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2015)
Thermal conversion of biomass: Comprehensive reactor and particle modeling
Johann C. Wurzenberger;Susanne Wallner;Harald Raupenstrauch;Johannes G. Khinast.
Aiche Journal (2002)
Decomposition of limestone: The influence of CO2 and particle size on the reaction rate
Johannes Khinast;Gernot Krammer;Christian Brunner;Gernot Staudinger.
Chemical Engineering Science (1996)
Nanosuspensions as advanced printing ink for accurate dosing of poorly soluble drugs in personalized medicines.
Jana Pardeike;Daniela M. Strohmeier;Nina Schrödl;Christine Voura.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2011)
Large-scale CFD–DEM simulations of fluidized granular systems
Dalibor Jajcevic;Eva Siegmann;Charles Radeke;Johannes G. Khinast.
Chemical Engineering Science (2013)
Impact of drying on the catalyst profile in supported impregnation catalysts
Azzeddine Lekhal;Benjamin J. Glasser;Johannes G. Khinast.
Chemical Engineering Science (2001)
Large-scale powder mixer simulations using massively parallel GPUarchitectures
Charles A. Radeke;Benjamin J. Glasser;Johannes G. Khinast.
Chemical Engineering Science (2010)
Mixing characteristics of wet granular matter in a bladed mixer
Stefan Radl;Eva Kalvoda;Benjamin J. Glasser;Johannes G. Khinast.
Powder Technology (2010)
Discrete element simulation of free flowing grains in a four‐bladed mixer
Brenda Remy;Johannes G. Khinast;Benjamin J. Glasser.
Aiche Journal (2009)
Pd-leaching and Pd-removal in Pd/C-catalyzed Suzuki couplings
Jeng-Shiou Chen;Aleksey N. Vasiliev;Anthony P. Panarello;Johannes G. Khinast.
Applied Catalysis A-general (2007)
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