HUANG, DECHUN

Release date:2016-05-23  Release:


HUANG, DECHUN

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Engineering

Dean of Pharmaceutical Engineering

School of Engineering

Phone: 86-25-86185754

Email: cpuhdc@cpu.edu.cn

Research Summary

Professor HUANG’s research focuses on the process optimization of micro particle preparation with supercritical fluid as well as the kinetic modeling and controlling of drug crystallization. Recently, his studies concentrate onthe kinetics analysis and calculation of seeded drug crystallization to establish a quantitative operation strategy, by means of which the particulate products with tailored properties could be successfully prepared.

Education

2009       Ph.D., Materials Physics and Chemistry, Southeast University

2003       M.S., Chemical Engineering, NanjingTech University

1997       B.S., Chemical Equipment, Tianjin University of Science and Technology

Academic Experience

2003-Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Engineering, China Pharmaceutical University

2014-2015Visiting Scholar of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, USA

1998-2000Assistant Engineer of EquipmentInstalling, Nanjing KebeiPaper Trading Co., Ltd

1997-1998Assistant Engineer of Equipment Debugging, Nanjing Chemical Industry Group Co., Ltd

Awards and Honors

2011      Gladiolus Awardof Favorite Teachers, China Pharmaceutical University

Publications (Selected Representatives)

Books

1.Editor-in-Chief, Principles of Chemical Engineering (2nd Edition) [M]. Beijing: China Chemical Industry Press, 2014.

2.Associate Editor-in-Chief, Pharmaceutical Chemical Process and Equipment [M]. Beijing: China Science Press, 2009.

3.Associate Editor-in-Chief, Principles of Chemical Engineering [M]. Beijing: China Chemical Industry Press, 2005.

Papers and Articles

  1. Cheng Y, Xu W, Chen Z, Wang Z X *, Huang D C*. Micronization of etoposide using solution-enhanced dispersion by supercritical CO2[J]. The Journal of Supercritical Fluids, 115(2016) 10-16.

  2. Dai L, Shan Y H, WANG Z X, Huang D C*. Technical optimization on supercritical CO2 extraction of rose essential oil [J], Science and Technology of Food Industry, 36 (2015) 266-269.

  3. Huang D C, Liu W, Dai L, Shi Y Q. Optimization of production rate for citric acid particle preparation with supercritical CO2 antisolvent crystallization [J], Journal of Nanjing University of Science and Technology, 36 (2012) 706-710.

  4. Huang D C, Dai L, Shi Y Q, Wang Z X. Model calculation and data process of solution crystallization based on MATLAB, Journal of Nanjing University of Science and Technology, 35 (2011) 567-572.

  5. Huang D C, Liu W, Zhao S K, Shi Y Q, Wang Z X, Sun Y M. Quantitative design of seed load for solution cooling crystallization based on kinetic analysis, Chemical Engineering Journal, 156 (2010) 360-365.

  6. Huang D C, Yue L, Shi Y Q, Wang Z X. Design example of high pressure cooling system based on heat-transfer calculation, Chemical World, 51 (2010) 443-445.

  7. Huang D C, Liu W, Yue L, Shi Y Q, Wang Z X. Flow design and device development of supercritical fluid anti-solvent crystallization, Journal of Nanjing University of Science and Technology, 34 (2010) 146-150.

  8. Liu W, Zhang Y L, Sha H F, Huang D C*. CFD modeling and structure design of gas distributor for fluidized bed, Computers and Applied Chemistry, 27 (2010) 415-419.

  9. Huang D C, Liu W, Wang Z X, Sun Y M. Effect of seed load on crystallization kinetics based on optical method, Journal of Nanjing University of Science and Technology, 33 (2009) 393-398.

  10. Huang D C, Liu W, Huang C X. Kinetics modeling of solution cooling crystallization, China Pharmacy Equipment, 8 (2007) 23-26.

  11. Huang D C, Wang Z X, Liu W, Sun Y M. Kinetics modeling for intermediate and final stages of unseeded crystallization, Acta Chimica Sinica, 64 (2006) 611-616.

  12. Huang D C, Wang Z X, Liu W, Sun Y M. New algorithm of kinetic model for solution batch crystallization, Acta Chimica Sinica, 64 (2006) 906-910.

  13. Huang Pei, Huang Dechun, Xu Nanping, Shi Jun. Quantitative identification of nucleation and crystal growth stages in batch crystallization from solution, Chemical Journal of Chinese Universities, 25 (2004) 504-508.