Mads Jakob Herring Jensen

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We present a numerical study of the transient acoustophoretic motion of microparticles suspended in a liquid-filled microchannel and driven by the acoustic forces arising from an imposed standing ultrasound wave: the acoustic radiation force from the scattering of sound waves on the particles and the Stokes drag force from the induced acoustic streaming(More)
We present the first transient pressure measurements and high-speed visualization of gas bubbles passing through liquid-filled microchannel contractions. We have studied contractions ranging from 100 to 500 μm in glass tubes of main diameter 2 mm and compared the experimental results with a recent model of quasi-stationary bubble motion [1]. Transient(More)
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