Correspondence Between Electronics and Fluids in MEMS: Designing Microfluidic Systems Using Electronics

@article{Perdigones2014CorrespondenceBE,
  title={Correspondence Between Electronics and Fluids in MEMS: Designing Microfluidic Systems Using Electronics},
  author={Francisco Perdigones and Antonio Luque and Jos{\'e} Manuel Quero},
  journal={IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={6-17}
}
It is well known that the classical laws of circuits have equivalents in fluid movement if certain conditions are met. Usually, equivalence with linear circuits requires laminar flow, which is a typical condition in a microelectromechanical system (MEMS). However, fluidic devices, which are nonlinear in nature, can also have an electronic counterpart, and the tools and procedures used in electronic design can be applied to microfluidic systems. A complete description of the electronic-fluidic… CONTINUE READING
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