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    Numerical Simulation on the Influence of the Properties of Continuous Phase on Fluid Flow and Temperature Response in a Laser-Heated Suspended Droplet

    Long Jiao1,2, Zhibin Wang1,2, Rong Chen1,2,*, Xun Zhu1,2, Qiang Liao1,2, Dingding Ye1,2, Biao Zhang1,2

    The International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences, Vol.22, No.3, pp. 144-146, 2019, DOI:10.32604/icces.2019.04734

    Abstract With the advances in micro total analysis systems (µTAS), the droplet-based microfluidics, which manipulates mini discrete droplets in an immiscible continuous phase to accomplish various detections, has been applied to many fields including medicine, pharmacy, fine-chemistry and biotechnology as it offers distinct advantages, such as small diffusion length, high-throughput, precise control and integratability [1]. As compared to the continuous-flow microfluidics, the samples in the droplet-based microfluidics are isolated by a defined droplet/continuous phase interface, avoiding the cross contamination and resulting in a controllable reaction environment. In the droplet-based microfluidics, the control of the droplet temperature… More >

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