Johannes Khinast

Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.

1991 …2022
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Medicine & Life Sciences

Capsules
Powders
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Weights and Measures
Inhalation
Tablets
Technology
Lactose
Polymers
Vacuum
Statistical Models
Excipients
Surface Tension
Particulate Matter
Automation
Solubility
Bioreactors
Hydrodynamics
Equipment and Supplies
Molecular Dynamics Simulation
Pressure
Saliva
Citric Acid
Nanoparticles
Rupture
Drainage
Nimodipine
Industry
Safety
Mannitol
Neck
Humidity
Water
Albuterol
Suspensions
Temperature
Dosage Forms
Immersion
Particle Size
Viscosity
Adhesives
Feeding Methods
Sulfates
Vibration
hydroxypropylmethylcellulose acetate succinate
Electron Scanning Microscopy
Drug Stability
Generic Drugs
Equipment Design
Powder Diffraction

Chemical Compounds

Powders
Finite difference method
Extruders
Bioreactors
Liquids
Direct numerical simulation
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Extrusion
Generic Drugs
Capsules
Compaction
Granular materials
Hydrodynamics
Residence time distribution
Hoppers
Particles (particulate matter)
Computer simulation
Rolls (machine components)
Fluidized beds
Gases
Product development
Fillers
Finite element method
Drying
Electric power utilization
Automation
Torque
Sensors
Bubbles (in fluids)
Conveying
Mechanical properties
Strategic materials
Friction
Virtual reality
Aspect ratio
Granulation
Robotics
Physics
Void fraction
Transfer stations
Geometry
Computational fluid dynamics
Buoyancy
Specifications
Coalescence
Two phase flow

Engineering & Materials Science

Finite difference method
Liquids
Powders
Direct numerical simulation
Bioreactors
Extruders
Extrusion
Drug products
Compaction
Granular materials
Hydrodynamics
Residence time distribution
Hoppers
Particles (particulate matter)
Computer simulation
Rolls (machine components)
Fluidized beds
Product development
Finite element method
Electric power utilization
Torque
Mechanical properties
Sensors
Conveying
Gases
Friction
Virtual reality
Aspect ratio
Granulation
Robotics
Physics
Void fraction
Bubbles (in fluids)
Coalescence
Two phase flow