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Optimize Your Microfluidic Designs Using FLOW-3D
Posted Wed August 13, 2008 @02:42PM
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Announcements CFD is increasingly being used to model and optimize microfluidic systems. Success of a microfluidic device depends on its ability to accurately control micro-scale fluid volumes.

This presentation will show many microfluidic processes and devices that FLOW-3D simulates, including joule heating, multiphase flows, micro-valves, micro-pumps, micro-mixers and lab on a chip.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008
1:00 PM EST
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These devices rely on a combination of hydrodynamic and/or electrohydrodynamic (direct charge, electrophoresis and dielectrophoresis) forces.

FLOW-3Dís multi-physics solver is capable of solving processes that simultaneously involve fluid flow, heat transfer, phase change, centrifugal forces and electrohydrodyamic interactions. At the same time FLOW-3D can solve for rigid body motion and deformation of structures like membranes and flexing walls in a fully coupled manner.

The presentation will last 20 to 30 minutes with 15 minutes after for Q & A.

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