Serpentine Fluidic Structures for Particle Separation

A.S. Kole, M.H. Lean, J. Seo
Palo Alto Research Center Inc, US

Keywords:

Particle separation, Fluidic forces, Serpentine structure

Abstract:

The above abstract is based on a novel technique for particle separation from liquid based solely on fluidic forces on the particles. No external force or filters are used for separation. The idea is scalable from macro scale to micro scale depending on the application.


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