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Authors:
Volk, Andreas 
Document type:
Dissertation / Thesis 
Title:
Flow control through ultrasound-driven microbubble streaming 
Advisor:
Kähler, Christian J., Prof. Dr. rer. nat. 
Referee:
Kähler, Christian J., Prof. Dr. rer. nat.; Hardt, Steffen, Prof. Dr. rer. nat. 
Date oral examination:
15.10.2020 
Publication date:
04.03.2021 
Year:
2021 
Pages (Book):
142 
Language:
Englisch 
Keywords:
Mikrofluidik; Mikrofabrikation; Strömungsmechanik; Kavitation; Akustofluidik; Strömungsmanipulation; Teilchensortierung ; Strömungsmesstechnik ; Teilchenmesstechnik; Hochschulschrift 
Abstract:
Microfluidics is a field of research that experienced a strong increase in popularity over the past two decades. In addition to applications in biotechnology and the chemical industry, a main focus of microfluidic developments is the miniaturization of medical devices, with the aim to carry out examinations and diagnoses faster, more cost-effectively, and directly on the patient in order to make quick decisions for further treatment. The miniaturization of laboratory diagnostics to the size of m...    »
 
Department:
Fakultät für Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik 
Institute:
LRT 7 - Institut für Strömungsmechanik und Aerodynamik 
Chair:
Kähler, Christian J. 
Open Access yes or no?:
Ja / Yes