Advances in microfluidics by Ryan T Kelly

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40 Advances in Microfluidics Fig. 13. Deformation of the focused stream as a function of pushing it away from the channel axis. Channel dimensions: 1020 × 800 μm (left-hand side diagram) and 260 × 200 μm (righthand side diagram) As follows from the figures, curving of the focused liquid stream pushed away from the microchannel axis increases with the process of pushing it away. Additionally, this effect is enhanced when the velocity of media flowing through the outlet channel grows. While comparing diagrams shown in Fig.

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73 Fig. 9. The shapes of focused stream CFD results (left) and confocal microscope CLSM projections (right) for different ratios of side streams QA/QB. Channel rectangular cross section 1020 × 800 μm When the stream is pushed away from the channel center, the previously described deformation in the form of uneven width of the stream is overlapped by the next deformation in the form of stream curvature perpendicular to flow direction. This behavior is confirmed by CFD simulations, as shown in Fig.

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