Modeling of Micro-Electronic Fluidic Systems

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Nedelcu, Oana Tatiana and Barber, Robert W. and Kerkhoff, Hans G. and Emerson, David R. and Muller, Raluca and Wouden, Egbert van der (2005) Modeling of Micro-Electronic Fluidic Systems. Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology (ROMJIST) , 8 (4). pp. 363-369. ISSN 1453-8245

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Abstract:A microelectronic fluidic system is studied using modeling and simulation of fluid flow controlled by applying gate voltage. 2D simulations were used to characterize the fluidic Field Effect Transistor (FlowFET) device under fault-free conditions. The FlowFET operates by applying a voltage from a gate electrode in the insulated side wall of a microchannel, to modulate the z-potential at the shear plane. The change in z-potential can be used to control both the magnitude and the direction of the electroosmotic flow in the microchannel.
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