Nanotech 2001 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2001 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2001 International Conference on Modeling and Simulation of Microsystems

Micro and Bio Fluidics Chapter 6

A Combined DSMC/Meshless Technique for Multiscale Analysis of Microfluidic Filters
O. Aktas and N.R. Aluru
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US

Reconfigurable Microfluidic System Architecture Based on Two-Dimensional Electrowetting Arrays
J. Ding, K. Chakrabarty and R.B. Fair
Duke University, US

Surface Tension Induced Instability of Viscous Liquid Jets
E.P. Furlani, C.N. Delametter, J.M. Chwalek and D. Trauernicht
Eastman Kodak Company, US

Electroosmotic Microfluidic Flows with Random Zeta Potential
J.P. Gleeson
University College Cork, IR

Efficient Numerical Methods for the Simulation of Flow Reactors
R. Becker, M. Braack, V. Heuveline and R. Rannacher
University of Heidelberg, DE

Mixed-Dimensionality, Multi-Physics Simulation Tools for Design Analysis of Microfluidic Devices and Integrated Systems
A.J. Przekwas and V.B. Makhijani
CFD Research Corporation, US

Numerical Modeling of Magnetic Field Flow Fractionation in Microchannels: A Two-fold Approach Using Particle Trajectories and Concentration
J. Berthier, P. Pham and P. Massé

Analysis of Sample Transport in Capillary Electrophoresis Microchip Using Full-Scale Numerical Analysis
S. Krishnamoorthy, J.J. Feng and V.B. Makhijani
CFD Research Corporation, US

Inverted Method for Simulation of Electrokinetic Transport in Microchannel Devices
R.H. Nilson and S.K. Griffiths
Sandia National Laboratories, US

Electrodynamic Transport, Electroporation and Lysis of Cells in Pharmacological and Bioanalytical Microsystems
A.J. Przekwas, Z.J. Chen and M. Athavale
CFD Research Corporation, US

Modeling of Blood Flow in Simple Microchannels
D. Trebotich, W. Chang and D. Liepmann
University of California Berkeley, US

Simulation of Droplet Formation in Micromixers
S. Hardt, F. Schönfeld, F. Weise, C. Hofmann and W. Ehrfeld
Institut für Mikrotechnik, DE

Application of the Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method to Modeling of Microfluidics
F. Sharipov
Universidade Federal do Paraná, BR

A Mathematical Model of a Biosensor
N.D. Botkin, M. Schlensog, M. Tewes and V.L. Turova
Center of Advanced European Studies and Research, DE

Computational Design Analysis for In-Plane Microfluidic Valves
C.K. Dickey, V.B. Makhijani, A. Deshmukh and D. Liepmann
CFD Research Corporation, US

A Fluid Dynamics Model for a Plasma Ion Acceleration System
F.S. Domingo and H.J. Ramos
University of the Philippines, PH

Three-Dimensional Single Step Flow Sheathing in Micro Cell Sorters
G. Goranovic, I. Perch-Nielsen, U.D. Larsen, A. Wolff, J. Kutter and P. Telleman
Bio/Chemical MicroSystems, DK

A Stochastic Projection Method for Microchannel Flow
O.P. Le Maitre, O.M. Knio, R.G. Ghanem and H.N. Najm
John's Hopkins University, US

Use of Numerical Methods for Modeling and Simulating Capillary Driven Flows in Microchannels
A. Quinte, S. Halstenberg and H. Eggert
Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, DE

Insects Separate Diffusing Particles in Parallel
J.V. Lawry
California Academy of Sciences, US

Microflows with Moving Boundaries: Experiment and Simulation
C. Maier and E.P. Hofer
University of Ulm, DE

Optimization of a MEMS Based Micro Capillary Pumped Loop for Chip-Level Temperature Control
D. Trebotich, J. Kirshberg, J. Teng and D. Liepmann
University of California, US

Simulation of Flow in Structurally Programmable Microfluidic Channels
V.B. Makhijani, A.J. Reich, A. Puntambekar, C. Hong and C. Ahn
CFD Research Corporation, US

Atomistic Simulation of Electro-Osmosis in a Nanometer-Scale Channel
J.B. Freund
University of California at Los Angeles, US

ISBN: 0-9708275-0-4
Pages: 638