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Nanotech 2003 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2003 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2003 Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Chapter 9:

Micro Fluidics

-Analytical Analysis of a Squeeze Film Dominated MEMS Fluid Ejector
 E.P. Furlani and J.A. Lebens
 Eastman Kodak Company, US
-A Miniature Laser Interferometer for Noninvasive Viscometry
 F. Behroozi
 The University of Northern Iowa, US
-Optimal Shape Design of Pressure-Driven Curved Micro Channels with Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Walls
 S. Lim and H. Choi
 Seoul National University, KR
-Accurate Analytical Models of Fluid Friction in Rectangular Microchannels
 S.W. Tchikanda, R.H. Nilson and S.K. Griffiths
 Sandia National Laboratories, US
-Simulation and Optimization of Tesla Valves
 T-Q Truong and N-T Nguyen
 Nanyang Technological University, SG
-Modeling of Surface Tension in Fluidic MEMS Using the Level-Set Method
 K. Takahashi
 Kyushu University, JP
-Numerical Simulation of Electroosmotic Flow in Micro Channels with Analytical Integration of Surface Potential
 Z. Chen, M. Athavale and A. Przekwas
 CFD Research Corporation, US
-Electroosmotic Pumping of Nonconducting Liquids by Viscous Drag from a Secondary Conducting Liquid
 A. Brask, G. Goranovic and H. Bruus
 Technical University of Denmark, DK
-Hierarchical Finite Element Simulation of Perforated Plates with Arbitrary Hole Geometries
 P. RÃ¥back, A. Pursula, V. Junttila and T. Veijola
 CSC - Scientific Computing, FI
-Low Damping Differential-Capacitive Sensing Comb
 S.C. Yeon, Y.K. Jeon and Y.H. Kim
 Seoul National University, KR
-Modeling of the Kinetics of Capture of Pathogens Enhanced by a Marangoni Flow
 P. Pham, J.L. Achard, J. Berthier and F. Ginot
-Modelling Annular Micromixers
 J.P. Gleeson, O.M. Roche, J. West and A. Gelb
 University College Cork, IE
-Surface Micromachined Viscous Spiral Pump
 M.I. Kilani, P.G. Galambos, Y. Haik and C.J. Chen
 Florida State University, US
-A Simple Description of Turn-induced Transverse Field Dispersion in Micrlfluidic Channels for System-Level Design
 R.M. Magargle, J.F. Hoburg and T. Mukherjee
 Carnegie Mellon University, US
-A Computational Model for Simulation of Electroosmotic Flow in Microsystem
 G.F. Yao
 Flow Science Inc., US
-Modular Silicon Micropump
 A.D. Johnson, V. Martynov, V. Gupta and L. Menchaca
 TiNi Alloy Company, US
-A Study on the Novel Type of Ferrofluid Magnetic Pipette
 J.J. Ahn, J. Oh and B. Choi
 Sogang University, KR
-Simulation and Optimization of Colloidal Micropumps
 D. Liu, M. Maxey, and G. Karniadakis
 Brown University, US
-Numerical Simulation of Field Amplified Sample Stacking in Microfluidic System
 J.J. Feng, S. Krishnamoorthy, S. Sundaram, R. Bhardwaj and J.G. Santiago
 CFD Research Corporation, US
-Modelling and Optimization of Medical Test Strips Made From Plastics
 O. Nussen, D. Peters, H. Bolte and R. Laur
 University of Bremen, DE
-Numerical Simulation of Microfluidic Flow Using a Combination of Micro and Macro Computational Techniques: Scaling Issues
 T. Mautner
 SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego, US
-Simulation of a Polymer Drop in a Shear Field with Dissipative Particle Dynamics Method
 S. Chen, N. Phan-Thien, X.J. Fan and B.C. Khoo
 National University of Singapore, SG
-Topology Trade-offs in the Synthesis of Chip-based Electrophoretic Separation Systems
 A.J. Pfeiffer, T. Mukherjee and S. Hauan
 Carnegie Mellon University, US
-CFD-based Optimization of Gas/Liquid Microreactors with Droplet and Bubble Transport
 S. Hardt, H. Pennemann and F. Jiang
 Institute of Microtechnology Mainz, DE
-Quasi-static Motion of Bubbles in Microchannel Contractions
 M.J. Jensen, G. Goranovic and H. Bruus
 Technical University of Denmark, DK
-Layout Verification by Extraction for Micro Total Analysis Systems
 B. Baidya and T. Mukherjee
 Carnegie Mellon University, US
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