Microfluidic and Microscale Flows I

Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 8:30 AM
101 D (Minneapolis Convention Center)

This session of contributed talks will focus on microhydrodynamic phenomena in the low-Reynolds number regime. Topics will include studies of flow, particle manipulation, and heat and mass transfer in microfluidic devices.

Fluid Mechanics

Hang Lu
Email: hang.lu@gatech.edu

German Drazer
Email: drazer@jhu.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

8:30 AM
(236a) Flow-Induced Density Gradients In Microscale Flows
Andrew Schmalzer, Alan L. Graham, Shihai Feng and Antonio Redondo

9:15 AM

9:30 AM
(236e) Dynamic Blocking of Water-Hydrocarbon Emulsion Flow In Microchannel
Alfir Akhmetov, Marat Mavletov, Artur Rakhimov, Sergey Sametov and Iskander Akhatov

10:00 AM
(236g) Monodisperse Droplet Generation for Microscale Mass Transfer Studies
Christine Roberts, Rekha R. Rao, Anne M. Grillet, Carlos F. Jove-Colon, Carlton F. Brooks and Martin B. Nemer

10:30 AM
(236i) Inertial Microfluidic Enrichment of Complex Fluids
Nathan Fletcher, Amy Reece and John Oakey

10:45 AM
(236j) Oxygen Gradient Construction for Co-Cultivation of Microbial Communities In Droplets
Jihyang Park, Geeta Mehta, Shuichi Takayama, Mark A. Burns and Xiaoxia Lin
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