3d modeling of on-chip acoustophoretic particle manipulation in a polymer microfluidic device
20th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2016
Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society
1549 - 1550
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This study focuses on understanding of the sensitivities of the acoustophoretic process on uncertainties/errors in the geometric properties of the chip material and the piezoelectric actuators. The sensitivity of the acoustophoretic process is investigated both numerically and experimentally. For the numerical simulations a three dimensional finite element model is used. In the experimental analysis, a microfluidic chip with two stations is used. The first station has the accurate geometric values of the design and the second station has the introduced error in a geometric parameter so that the effect of this error can be demonstrated on the same chip and the channel.
Finite element method
Polymer microfluidic devices
Three dimensional finite element model
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