Bioprocess Simulations – the means to decision making from Feasibility through Detailed Design

Bioprocess Simulations – the means to decision making from Feasibility through Detailed Design

04/17/2018, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Technical Conference Stage 4, Booth 1477, Exhibit Hall

Language:
English

Speed to market continues to be a critical need for pharmaceutical companies expanding and/or launching new products to the marketplace. Whether it's deploying a new process and modular building technologies or optimizing existing manufacturing processes, companies are looking for a higher level of cost and process predictability for getting the product to market. The various phases of design require different data for key decisions to be made. There are a number of ways to obtain this information. This presentation will explore some of the key decisions to be made and the various computer-based methods for calculating and making them. We will explore, Biosolve®, SchedulePro ®, SuperPro ®, as well as Excel® based spreadsheets as tools to be used to generate key decisions made during the different design phases.

Contributors

  • William Boatwright

    Speaker

    Process Engineer

    IPS-Integrated Project Services, LLC

  • Theodore Cohen

    Speaker

    Process Engineer

    IPS-INTEGRATED PROJECT SERVICES, LLC

  • Larissa Esposito

    Speaker

    Marketing Assistant

    IPS-Integrated Project Services, LLC

Type of Session

  1. Type of Session
    Session

Learning Objectives

  1. Learning Objectives 1. i. Cyclical nature of the design process is iterative. Therefore different phases of design require faster changes and more flexibility. Choosing a modeling tool that is appropriate for the phase of design is important. 2. ii. As the design progresses, flexibility of the software can be sacrificed to further optimize the design and informational gains 3. iii. Process Modeling can be used to understand high level design decisions such as SU vs. SS, Tankage requirements and storage capacity. iv. Process modeling can also be used to chart critical utility demand, consumption, as well as CIP skid utilization.

Categories

  1. Track
    Quality Metrics and Systems

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