Nanotech 2004 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2004 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2004 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Bio Nano Analysis and Characterization Chapter 2

An Injector Component Model for Complete Microfluidic Electrokinetic Separation Systems

Authors: R. Magargle, J.F. Hoburg and T. Mukherjee

Affilation: Carnegie Mellon University, United States

Pages: 77 - 80

Keywords: microfluidic, electrokinetic, cross, injector

Abstract:
This work presents a closed-form, numerically derived model of a key microfluidic electrokinetic separation system component, the cross injector. The model fits into a framework such that it can be combined with a network of other component models, such as a mixer, reactor, separation channel, and detector, to model a complete microfluidic separation system. The model is based on a reduction of the full 5-dimensional parameter space to a manageable 2-dimensional parameter space. The resultant model is valid for Peclet numbers ranging from 10 to 5000 and shows a worst case variance equal to the channel width squared.

An Injector Component Model for Complete Microfluidic Electrokinetic Separation Systems

ISBN: 0-9728422-7-6
Pages: 521
Hardcopy: $79.95