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MicroTAS 2014 Workshop – Inertial Microfluidics

Professor Dino Di Carlo from Department of Bioengineering, University of California, Los Angeles gave a workshop on using inertial microfluidics to manipulate fluids and particles on Oct 26th at MicroTAS 2014. The presentation covered the following topics: 

• Why study inertial microfluidics?
• Inertia in microscale flows (Reynolds Number)
• Inertial focusing of particles
• Inertial ordering of particles
• Particle-induced flows
• Channel geometry-induced flows
• Inertial separation demonstration
uFlow demonstration

Presentation PDF File:  MicroTAS2014_Workshop_4




 Pictures Credit:  CytoFluidix



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