ChBE Seminar Series: Steve Hudson

Tuesday, April 27, 2010
11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Room 2110, Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Bldg.
Professor Panagiotis Dimitrakopoulos
dimitrak@eng.umd.edu

Microfluidics to Study Transport Phenomena

Presented by Steve Hudson
Physical Scientist

Polymers Division, Complex Fluids Group
NIST

In microfluidics the fluid composition, flow kinematics and timing of events are well controlled. This technology therefore is useful for new measurement methods and corresponding advances in understanding fluid dynamics and rheology. I will describe our work on emulsions, interfacial tension, mass transfer kinetics, interfacial adsorption, and interfacial rheology. In these examples, the small scale of droplet size (similar to human hair) is relevant not only for applications but it also gives unique or superior measurements.

Audience: Graduate  Faculty  Post-Docs 

 

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