Special Issue "Micromixer & Micromixing"
A special issue of Micromachines (ISSN 2072-666X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2015)
Prof. Dr. Yong Kweon Suh
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dong-A University, Busan 604-714, Korea
Fax: +82 (0) 51 200 7648
Interests: MEMS; NEMS; mixing in microsystem; electrohydrodynamics; molecular dynamics simulation
Establishing effective mixing in small scales is of the utmost importance in the design and operation of micromachines. Although numerous ideas have been proposed for enhancing the mixture of fluids in small-scale devices, the subject still deserves our attention because no generalized guidelines presently exist as to, e.g., the optimization of a given mixer system. Aside from the aspect of mixing performance, with respect to the fabrication of micromachines, such as lab-on-chips, the mixer unit should be as simple as possible so as to reduce the cost of products. A Special Issue on “Micromixer & Micromixing” is thus purposed to provide a research forum for scientists and engineers to exchange ideas of mixing enhancement and to present practical applications of mixing technologies in specific machines. We welcome studies, not only on small-scale machines, but also on large-scale systems if the results are relevant to journal readers. Various kinds of fluid-driving tools for mixing, such as acoustic, electrokinetic, and magnetic forces will hopefully be considered by the contributors. We also expect a wide range of applications to be discussed, including those involving heat transfer, chemical reactions, biology, food, etc.
Prof. Dr. Yong Kweon Suh
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- low Reynolds number