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This study included 20 pharmaceutical materials, and each material was characterized by 44 properties, capturing data points. The stress conditions of a commonly used feeder hopper were calculated using the Janssen model for six selected materials.
Multivariate analysis, such as principal component analysis and clustering analysis, was used to explore the knowledge space of the material library. Statistically similar and dissimilar material properties were evaluated for material feeding performance from a loss-in-weight feeder to test utility of the material library.