Microfluidic Systems - ChE Links
Basic principles of microfluidics and an introduction to finite element modeling in fluid
Properties of Macromolecules in Nanoscopic Structures
Paper by J.J. de Pablo and P.F. Nealey, presented at the 2002 NAE Frontiers of Engineering
Article exploring current microscale technologies, by Michael Freemantle, Chemical
& Engineering News.
Introduction to Microengineering
Tutorial by Danny Banks covering MEMS, micromachines and microsystems.
A Knowledge Base
for Microfluidic Devices
Information about micro flow sensors, microvalves and micropumps, compiled by Zheng Cui,
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK.
Thermal and Chemical Systems
About micro systems in chemical engineering. An introducing paper on "Chemical System
Miniaturization" can be downloaded from this site.
Description of the flow regimes and governing equations in microscale devices.
Presentation from the DARPA MicroFlumes (Microfluidic Molecular Systems) program.
Brief descriptions of microdevices (heat exchangers, heat pumps, reactors, absorbers,
adsorbers, extractors) developed at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Covers technical and measurement basics, a descriptive introduction to nanotechnology, a
short list of areas where nanoscale science is applied today, some papers and more.
Nanofabrication Users Network: A Sampling of Research
A collection of abstracts from The National Nanofabrication Users Network (NNUN)
describing current research topics.
Effects in Microreactors
Four lessons about microreactors done by students as a project in a chemical engineering
Future: the Nanotech Revolution
What molecular nanotechnology will mean in practical terms. Web version of the book by K.
Eric Drexler, Chris Peterson, and Gayle Pergamit.
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