Microfluidic systems

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  • The microfluidic system was fabricated with lithography technique. The 3D simulation was performed based on COMSOL software using level set method. The size of droplet is inversely proportional to the flow rate of continuous phase according to exponential function, linearly proportional with the flow rate of dispersed phase, and the width of lateral channel decrease.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học quốc tế cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Fish-on-a-chip: a sensitive detection microfluidic system for alzheimer’s disease

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  • This book was created from course notes written during the period 2001–2003 for DEA students in Mechanics at Jussieu, DESS students in ‘Separated Environments’ at Paris VI, and students at the École Polytechnique. I would like to thank all those who took the time to make remarks on all the different versions: C. Baroud, E. Brunet (brave readers of the first version), G. Degré, R. Dreyfus, J. Goulpeau, P. Joseph, L. Ménétrier, F. Okkels and H. Willaime. My thanks also go to C. Jullien for her multiple critiques, J.

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  • This book collects original and innovative research studies concerning modeling and simulation of physical systems in a very wide range of applications, encompassing micro-electro-mechanical systems, measurement instrumentations, catalytic reactors, biomechanical applications, biological and chemical sensors, magnetosensitive materials, silicon photonic devices, electronic devices, optical fibers, electro-microfluidic systems, composite materials, fuel cells, indoor air-conditioning systems, active magnetic levitation systems and more.

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  • Applications of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and microfabrication have spread to different fields of engineering and science in recent years. Perhaps the most exciting development in the application of MEMS technology has occurred in the biological and biomedical areas. In addition to key fluidic components, such as microvalves, pumps, and all kinds of novel sensors that can be used for biological and biomedical analysis and measurements, many other types of so-called micro total analysis systems (TAS) have been developed.

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  • The advances of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and devices have been instrumental in the demonstration of new devices and applications, and even in the creation of new fields of research and development: bioMEMS, actuators, microfluidic devices, RF and optical MEMS. Experience indicates a need for MEMS book covering these materials as well as the most important process steps in bulk micro-machining and modeling. We are very pleased to present this book that contains 18 chapters, written by the experts in the field of MEMS. ...

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  • In the past few years we have observed an interesting mutual interest of two fields of research and development in each other. Life sciences area researchers discovered the opportunities offered my micro- and nanotechnology, while people from the microfluidics and BIOMEMS area discovered the application potential of these technologies in cell biology. Unfortunately, these two research communities share little in common: they read and publish in different scientific journals, have incompatible jargons, attend separate conferences, and have a different scientific approach and culture.

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  • The first reported CMOS-MEMS processes produce microstructural sidewalls by stacking the drain/source con- tact cut and metal via cuts in the CMOS and removing the metallization layers above the cuts [13]. The substrate is exposed in the cut regions. A wet or dry isotropic silicon etch undercuts and releases the microstructures. Gaps between microstructures are limited to several microns because of artifacts in the etch pits from etching metal above the CMOS contacts.

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