Multi-Physics Analysis of Microfluidic Devices with Hydrodynamic Focusing and Dielectrophoresis

Among the applications for MEMS devices is that of sorting biological specimens. Closed form solutions fail to provide the necessary means for evaluating these devices, particularly if more than one Physics environment is involve. This paper provides an overview of some of the lessons learned in the fluidic, electric and thermal domains.
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