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MEMS Flow Sensors

tinyurl.com – This tutorial, provided by Digi-Key and Omron, discusses Omrons use of MEMS (micro electro mechanical systems) in mass flow sensors for gases. The various products and their basic operation are presented along with their features, benefits, and applications. Duration : 0:0:55

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Intravital microscopy of HT1080-GFP tagged fibrosacroma tumour cells rolling

Intravital microscopy of HT1080-GFP tagged fibrosacroma tumour cells rolling. Video courtesy of Prof. Robert Hoffman (Anti-Cancer Inc.) and Prof. William Gallagher (University College Dublin) Duration : 0:0:7

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Electro-osmotic-flow.wmv

Small beads through a microfluidic channel, with electro-osmotic flow. The channel is a T-cross section of a capillary electrophoresis chip manufactured by Micronit Microfluidics. More information on www.micronit.com. Duration : 0:0:25

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Capillary based measurement with microfluidics

capillary could serve as a flow through detection cell, gravity can serve as free pump for steady sample introduction, again, the capillary force could stop the flow automatically, this could be a innovate to a UV/Vis or fluorescent detection instrument using nanoliter sample, when not in using, just place a millipore water vial at capillary […]

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Lecture – 19 Micromachined Flow Sensors

Lecture Series on MEMS & Microsystems by Prof. Santiram Kal, Department of Electronics & Electrical Communication Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more Courses visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in Duration : 0:59:48

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Piezoelectric flow pump (bomba de fluxo piezelétrica)

Piezoelectric Flow Pump Prototype, based on oscillatory principle. It consists in a bimorph piezoelectric actuator with a thin plate (fish tail shaped) applied over it. The bimorph piezoelectric actuator generates oscillatory motion under an electrical input of controlled frequency and amplitude. The oscillatory motion is “amplified” by the thin plate and generates the fluid (water) […]

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Electrokinetic Instability in a Cross Shaped Microchannel

Instability of flow in a microfluidic channel at low Reynolds number due to an applied electric field and a conductivity gradient. See http://www.microfluidics.com for more. Duration : 0:3:11