Note 1:   Lenterra’s Drag Force Flow (DFF) Sensor: Description of the Technology
Note 2:   DFF Sensor Elementary Force Measurements: Fluids, Bulk Powder and Single Granules
Note 3:   Process Monitoring with DFF Sensor. Raw Data Signal, Force Pulse Magnitude (FPM), FPM Distribution, Mean FPM (MFPM), FPM Distribution Width (WFPM)
Note 4:   Single Granule Impact on the Tip of DFF Sensor Probe: Comparison of Theory and Experiment


Note 5:   Force Exerted by Powder Flow on the DFF Sensor Probe: Comparison of Theory and Experiment
Note 6:   DFF Sensor as a PAT Tool for Pugmill Mixing: Identification of Under- and Over-Processed Powders
Note 7:   DFF Sensor Response to Powders with Different Particle Size
Note 8:   High Shear Wet Granulation Monitoring: DFF Sensor vs. Focused Beam Reflectance Measurement (FBRM)

Note 9:   HSWG: High Drug Load Formulation – DFF Sensor Identifies Optimal Formulation, Determines Granulation End-Point, and Enables Scale Up