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Interactive Dictionary for Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic & Allied Industries Rheology Solutions Pty Ltd
Rheology Solutions Kit for Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic & Allied Industries Rheology Solutions Pty Ltd
Application Package: HAAKE RheoStress 1 “Pharma & Cosmetics” C.Kuchenmeister, V.Zschuppe D-012
Monitoring the Output of Pharmaceutical Hot Melt Extuders with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy T.Chirkot, S.Halsey, A.Swanborough App. Note:51836
Cryopreservation and Reanimation of Living Cells S.Pratt, D.Radler APTCGLACIER0212
Performance of Peltier II System for Series 1 Rheometer W.Marquardt HA008
Standard Liquids for the Calibration of Viscometers W.Marquardt HA013
Influence of Droplet Size on Rheological Properties of Emulsions HAAKE HA014
Special Motor Technology Allows New and Improved Rheological Test Methods W.Marquardt HA015
Rheology of Dispersions W.Marquardt HA016
Calibration of Rotational Rheometers W.Marquardt HA018
Monitoring of Flow Properties of a Concentrated Titanium Dioxide Suspension and Microscopic Observation of Shear Induced Structures F.Bar, D.Dupuis, A.Ponche HA020
UV Curing Characterisation by Rheological Techniques M.Toalson, T.Richards HA021
HAAKE Series 1 – “Lift” Control Options W.Marquardt HA022
Conductivity under Shear Flow Thermo Electron HA028
Rheological Characterisation of Toothpaste Kutschmann, Petri HA042
New Measuring Cell for UV Assisted Thermal Curing at Elevated Temperatures HA047
Continuous Granulation – Opportunities to Increase Efficiency in Pharmaceutical Production D.Lester HA050
Rheology of Lubricating Greases C.Gallegos, J.M.Franco, R.Steinbruggen HL-036E
Processings of the China – Japan International Congress on Rheology Peking University Press. Beijing China HL-037
The Measurement of the Complex Rheological Properties of Electro-Viscous Fluids G.Shramm HL-101
Measuring Blood & Plasma Viscosity with a computerized Rotational & Micro-Fall Ball Viscometer G.Schramm HL-102E
The Testing of the Viscosity of Whole Blood with the HAAKE RS100 and a Newly Developed Double Cone Sensor G.Schramm HL-103E
HAAKE introduces new Rheometers for ER Fluids Thermo HAAKE Group HL-104
Measuring Plasma Viscosity with a Computerised Micro-Falling Ball Viscometer G.Schramm HL-106E
Establishing the Test Weight for Mixer Tests LR-01e
Test Parameters for Mixer Tests LR-02e
Determination of the Resident Time for the Twin-Screw Extruder LR-03e
Helpful Data for Tests with Extruder Sensors A.Frendel LR-04e
Energy Calculation In Mixers – Torque and Specific Mechanical Energy LR-07e
Optimising Mixer Tests with the Help of the Worksheet Technique LR-32e
Mini-Lab Compounder and Reactor LR-43
Evaluation of an Instrumentation Lab-Scale Extruder for Melt Extrusion LR-47
Pharma MiniLab – Small Scale Compounder for Pharmaceutical Research I.A.Frendel LR-53
Benefits of Continuous Granulation for Pharmaceutical Research, Development and Manufacture A.Swanborough LR-63
Q: Does a Larger Fluid Reservoir Give Me More Cooling Capacity and Improved Temperature Stability? PFTSmartNote01
Q: I Plan On Using My Bath Circulator For External Circulation Only. Should I Get a Large Reservoir That Can Absorb The Heat For More Stability? PFTSmartNote02
Q: I Want To Use a Bath To Immerse My Vessels. How Do I Select The Right Size Bath For My Application? PFTSmartNote03
Q: How Do I Achieve the Best (Fastest) Time-to-Temperature from a Heated Bath Circulator? PFTSmartNote04
Q: I Need a Specific, Controlled Rate of Heating (i.e. Temperature Ramp). How Do I Ensure That My Heated Bath Circulator Will Be Able to Control to That Temperature Rate? PFTSmartNote05
Q: What Steps Can I Take to Ensure That My Heated Bath Circulator Can Actually Bring My Application to Setpoint Temperature ? PFTSmartNote06
Small Scale Compounders for Pharmaceutical Research A.Swanborough PRISM004
Temperature Control During Solvent Separation in Medicinal Chemistry Procedures S.Pratt PRTCsp2REFCIRC1010
Internal Structure and Rheological Properties on the Self-Assembly Comprising Cationic Surfactant / Long Chain Alcohol / Water Y.Yamagata RF-050902-JP-01
Viscoelastic Properties of Sterculia Striate Gum in the Presence of Sodium Chloride A.F.deBrito, M.R.Sierakowski, F.Reicher, J.P.A.Feitosa, Paula RF-060902-BR-01
Rheological and Thermoanalytical Study of Creams Containing Poe-Free Emulsifiers M.Konya, I.Eros, I.Csoka, F.Ferrari, S.Rossi, C.Caramella, M.Sorrenti, G.Bettinetti RF-060902-HU-01
Development and in Vitro Evaluation of a mucoadhesive Delivery System for Progesterone C.Valenta, C.E.Kast, I.Harich, A.Bernkop-Schnurch RF-110802-AT-01
Rheological Analysis of Organogels based on Glyceryl Monostearate Derivates R.Penzes, I.Csoka, I.Eros RF-110902-HU-01
Characterisation of the Thixotropic Behaviour of Semi-Solid Foodstuffs B.Anu-Jdayil RF-110902-JO-01
Flow Behaviour of Dilute Hydrocolloid Solutions through Porous Media. Influence of Molecular Weight, Concentrate and Solvent J.P.Plog, W.M.Kulicke RF120902-DE-02
Calculation of the Shear Viscosity from A-Carrageenan in Aqueous Media by Using Molecular Parameters M.Knarr, W.M.Kulicke RF-120902-DE-01
Carboxymethyl Starch Gels for Ultrasonic Examinations C.Seidel, W.M.Kulicke RF-120902-DE-03
Rheological Study of the Sol-Gel Transition in Silica Alkoxides RF-120902-FR-01
A New Flexure-Based Microgap Rheometer (FMR) Case Study: Micro Rheology of Mayonnaise C.Clasen RF-120902-US-01
Rheological Studies of Enzyme Generated Biopolymer Hydrogels T.Chen, G.F.Payne RF-130802-US-01
Rheological and Structural Characterisation of K-Carrageenan Weak Gel S.Ikeda RF-130502-JP-01
Optimization of the Rheological Characterisation for a Biodegradable, Cheap and Multipurpose Thermoplastic Made of Corn Flour S.Brouuillet_Fourman, C.Carrot, N.Mignard, F.Prochazka RF-160702-FR-01
A Numerical Study of Temperature And Shear Flow in a Transiently Loaded Lubricant Film B.O.Ahrstrom, R.Larsson RF-180902-SE-01
Comparison of Drying Operations on the Rheological Properties of Derivatised Whey Protein Thickening Ingredients J.J.Resch, C.R.Daubert RF-180902-US-01
Time-Temperature Studies of Gellan Polysaccharide Gelation in the Presence of High LevelsoOf Co-Solutes M.T.Nickerson, A.T.Paulson, R.A.Speers RF-190902-CA-01
The Development of New Methods for Quantitative Determination of Amorphous Lactose by TGA/SDTA and C Solid-State NMR Y.D.Listionhadi RF-200902-AU-02
Rheological and Microstructural Analysis of a Model Rennet Casein Gel as Influenced by Cooling Rate Q.Zhong RF-200902-US-01
Technical Note : Surface Coatings Overview of Rheology-Based Process Challenges for the Surface Coatings Industry T.Kealy Rheo018TP
Technical Note: Food and Beverage Material Characterization – Introduction to the Influences of Rheological and Process Parameters T.Kealy Rheo025TP
Current Possibilities for Extrusion and Mixing – Introduction to the Current Technologies for Measurement and Control Process Parameters T.Kealy Rheo026
Comparison of Rheological Techniques for the Characterisation of Semi-Solid Foods T.Kealy Rheo027TP
How to Determine the Spreadability of Products? S.Kim Rheo033TP
Nano3 (Nano Cubic) Technology Achieves a Tenfold or Greater Increase in Recording Density FujiFilm Rheo035
Rheoscope 1 The Correlation Between Flow and Structure P.Reinheimer, D.Eidam, A.Colin, M.Lescanne Rheo036
Rheoscope and Polarized Light Microscopy P.Reinheimer Rheo037
FAQ’s to RheoScope Thermo HAAKE Rheo038
Technical Paper Flow and Levelling Agents for Water-Borne Coating Systems G.Hobisch Rheo039
Microrheology – Study the Structural Behaviour of Food Under Deformation Y.Nicolas, M.Paques Rheo042
CaBER® Tests on Yield Stress Fluids Cambridge Polymer Group Rheo044
Solving Rheological Application Problems with the CaBER 1 Extensional Rheometer J.Nijman, G.Moench, G.Braithwaite, G.Neal Rheo046
New Technologies for the Investigation of Low-Viscous Structural Fluids S.Kim Rheo047
Materials Testing for Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic and Allied Industries T.Kealy Rheo057
Tim’s Top Tips – How to Measure Flow & Viscosity T.Kealy Rheo352
Tim’s Top Tips – How to Measure Thixotropy T.Kealy Rheo354
Tim’s Top Tips – How to Measure Yield Stress T.Kealy Rheo356
Controlling Enzyme Reaction Temperature with Circulator Baths T.Kolbli TC05-02e
Crypreservation of Mammalian Oocytes and Embryos T.Kolbli TC05-03e
Optimising the Selection Of a Re-Circulating Chiller S.Pratt TNTCCHILLER1210
Measuring Uncertainties at the VT550 Kutschmann V140
Investigation of Cremes and Gel Products with the VT550 Kutschmann V151E
Rheological Analysis of the Stability of Pharmaceutical Suspensions Kutschmann V154E
Understanding the Temperature-Time-Relationship for Thermosetting Systems C.Gonzalez V167E
Yield Point Measurements with Modern CS Rheometer Liehr V173E
Rheological Behavior of Hydrogels in Dependence on Concentration of the Polymer and Type of Neutralizing Agent Petri, S.Popovic, M.Zirkovic V187E
Intelligent Software in Rheometry with Snapshot Technology W.Marquardt V188
Optimising and Forecasting the Filling Behavior of Coatings with the HAAKE CaBER 1 D.Eidam, J.Nijman V211
HAAKE CaBER 1 – Polymer Solutions Polystyrene, MW=1.8 Mio g/mol in Styrene Oligomers at Very Low Concentrations Thermo HAAKE Group V213
HAAKE CaBER 1 – Binary Polymer Mixtures Polystyrene Blends of Standards MW=1.8 Mio g/mol + MW = 13 Mio g/mol Thermo HAAKE Group V214
HAAKE CaBER 1 – Reproducibility Newtonian Test Fluids E6000 and E40000 Thermo Fisher Scientific Group V215
Rheology of Pharmaceutical Suspensions Thermo Group V216
Test Liquids Thermo Fisher Scientific Group V218
Measurements on Selected (Semi-Solids) in a Wide Temperature Range using New Solids Clamp K.Oldorp, J.Nijman, C.Kuchenmeister V220
What Happens when Rheological Properties Change? Looking into Rheological Properties with Simultaneous Collection of Microscopic Images K.Oldorp V228
Solvent Trap & Double Cone System for Reproducible Results in Rheological Measurements of Low Viscous Volatile Fluids A.Fischer V229
Rheological Methods for Determining Molecular Weight & Molecular Weight Distribution A.Fischer V230
Improved Torque Sensitivity and Normal Force Resolution for Routine Measurements A.Fischer V231
Preparation of a Pressure Cell for Sensitive Measurements K.Oldorp, U.Schultz V233
Improvement of the Pharmaceutical Coating Process by Rotational Rheological Characterisation T.Cech, F.Soergel V234
Determination of the Gel Point of Poloxamers Using Different Rheological Methods T.Agnese, T.Cech, F.Branderstein, F.Soergel, M.G.Herting V250
Investigating Mixtures of Poloxamer 188 & 407 Regarding their Gel Point and Rhelogical Characteristics of the Gel by Means of Oscillatory Measurements T.Agnese,T.Cech, M. G. Herting, F Soergel V252
Investigating the Influence of Sodium Chloride on the Gel Point of Poloxamer Formulations by Means of Oscillatory Sweeps T.Agnese, T.Cech, M. G. Herting, F Soergel V253
Rheological Investigation of Starch Swelling, Gelatinisation & Retrogradation using a Rheometer with Starch Pasting Cell D. Eidam, V. Räntzsch, F. Soergel V255
Monitoring Emulsions Morphology Under Shear via Simultaneous Rheometry and In-situ FT-IR Spectroscopy K.Sugimoto, F.Soergel, M.Feustel V257
Investigation of Pharmaceutical Hot-melts via Simultaneous Rheometry and Polarisation Microscopy F.Soergel, D.Hauch, M.Jahrling, K.Paulsen, A.Weber-Kleemann, T.Cech, A.Gryczke, S.Schmolzer, D.Zecevic V262
QC Tests on Cosmetic Emulsions with the Thermo Scientific HAAKE Viscotester iQ K.Oldorp V273
How Much Squeezing Power is Required to Get The Toothpaste Out of The Tube? Yield Stress Determination Using the HAAKE Viscotester iQ C.Kuchenmeister V275