Modular, Discrete Micromixer Elements Fabricated by 3D Printing
Abstract3D printing facilitates the straightforward construction of microchannels with complex three-dimensional architectures. Here, we demonstrate 3D-printed modular mixing components that operate on the basis of splitting and recombining fluid streams to decrease interstream diffusion length. These are compared to helical mixers that operate on the principle of chaotic advection. View Full-Text
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Bhargava, K.C.; Ermagan, R.; Thompson, B.; Friedman, A.; Malmstadt, N. Modular, Discrete Micromixer Elements Fabricated by 3D Printing. Micromachines 2017, 8, 137.
Bhargava KC, Ermagan R, Thompson B, Friedman A, Malmstadt N. Modular, Discrete Micromixer Elements Fabricated by 3D Printing. Micromachines. 2017; 8(5):137.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bhargava, Krisna C.; Ermagan, Roya; Thompson, Bryant; Friedman, Andrew; Malmstadt, Noah. 2017. "Modular, Discrete Micromixer Elements Fabricated by 3D Printing." Micromachines 8, no. 5: 137.
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