• Published 2015

Interface Phenomena for a Multifunctional Air-Water Micro-Particle Collecting and Filtering System

@inproceedings{Lacatus2015InterfacePF,
  title={Interface Phenomena for a Multifunctional Air-Water Micro-Particle Collecting and Filtering System},
  author={Elena Lacatus and Alexandru Tudor and Georgeta Alecu},
  year={2015}
}
Results: The effective design of the active elements has been readdressed based on COMSOL simulation results (Fig. 2, 3) thus the efficiency of the device parts modeling being correlated (Fig. 4.a,b). Conclusions: The effects of the model geometry and exhaust system on the clean room air flow were controlled through the redesign of the device parts and through interface process variables monitoring. a b Figure 2. Laminar fluid flow simulation inside a clean room (a) during a working hours; (b… CONTINUE READING

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