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|Title:||Design project on controlled-release drug delivery devices: Implementation, management, and learning experiences||Authors:||Qingxing, X.
Wah Tong, Y.E.N.
|Issue Date:||Sep-2010||Citation:||Qingxing, X.,Liang, Y.,Wah Tong, Y.E.N.,Wang, C.-H. (2010-09). Design project on controlled-release drug delivery devices: Implementation, management, and learning experiences. Chemical Engineering Education 44 (4) : 289-298. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The introduction of a drug delivery project in a mass transfer course is reported. The aim of the project is to introduce students to the most important, cutting-edge technologies used in the fabrication of drug delivery systems and provide a practical exercise in the design of these delivery devices using MATLAB software. The project consists of three main sections. For the first section, the teams are required to conduct a review of the research literature on the subject of polymeric micro- and nano-particle fabrication and summarize recent developments. For the second section, the teams are required to perform vigorous mass transfer calculations for the design of controlled-release drug delivery devices using MATLAB. The project statement requires the delivery device to have at least 20% of the drug being released to the body within one week. Four geometries of the delivery device made of polymer A have been proposed. The open-ended component of the project was intended to allow room for creativity in responses from the various teams.||Source Title:||Chemical Engineering Education||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/88748||ISSN:||00092479|
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