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CONTINUUM AND NON-CONTINUUM MODELLING OF NANOFLUIDICS

@inproceedings{Czerwiska2009CONTINUUMAN,
  title={CONTINUUM AND NON-CONTINUUM MODELLING OF NANOFLUIDICS},
  author={Justyna Czerwińska},
  year={2009}
}
Recent development in nanoand biotechnology has opened a new field of microand nanofluidics. Many MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical-systems) and NEMS ( nano-electromechanical-systems ) are based on the fluid motion. Additionally, the analysis of biological samples, drug design and nanomedicine are connected to nanoliter fluid flow. The challenge for understanding such small systems lies in the difficulty to perform experiments as well as in developing theory and simulations methods. Modeling of… 

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