- Author:Jens J Ducree
- Publisher:Springer; 1st ed. 2019 edition (March 11, 2019)
- Pages:400 pages
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The comprehensive first part presents a systematic overview of the basic set of principles underlying microfluidic systems, . it explains the full scope of principles underlying microfluidic technologies in a coherent context.
The field of microfluidics has become one of the most dynamic disciplines of microtechnology. On the one hand, microfluidics offers the mere benefits of miniaturization, enabling many fields of application, in particular where small liquid volumes, transportable and cheap devices, or integrated process control are beneficial. J. Ducrée, H. Sandmaier, and W. Lang, MEMS: from development to production, Seisan-Kenkyu, 52(6):22–25 (2000)Google Scholar. com (2004)Google Scholar.
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Microtechnology and MEMS. Book · January 2001 with 1 Reads. In the past, many different microfluidic devices have been introduced that can measure these parameters. Typical MEMS simulation mainly focuses on device performance without considering fabrication capabilities and packaging integratibility. This practice often leads to an inefficient product development cycle and increases the cost.
It is a multidisciplinary field that involves engineering, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, nanotechnology, and biotechnology.
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Now, following the success of his book, Microfluidics for Biotechnology, Dr. Berthier returns to explain how new miniaturization techniques have dramatically expanded the area of microfluidic applications and microsystems into microdrops and digital microfluidics. Engineers interested in designing more versatile microsystems and students who seek to learn the fundamentals of microfluidics will all appreciate the wide-range of information found within Microdrops and Digital Microfluidics. The most recent developments in digital microfluidics are described in clear detail, with a specific focus.
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This book provides a coherent avenue into the rapidly evolving discipline of microfluidics and its multiple facets - inkjet printers, micropumps, analytical chips and many other technologies.
The comprehensive first part presents a systematic overview of the basic set of principles underlying microfluidic systems, i.e. it explains the full scope of principles underlying microfluidic technologies in a coherent context. It extracts only these contributions from a variety of disciplines such as fluid dynamics, physics and chemistry which are of relevance to microfluidics. These inputs then are refined and streamlined to make the subsequent connection to related microfluidic technologies transparent to the reader.
However, in order not to loose the grip on the application perspective the second part discusses a broad range of microfluidic components and devices which have recently been developed and conducts an explorative roadmap for future microfluidic technologies.