Clogging in Low Reynolds Number Channel Flow.

Holway, Sydney W.

2018

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  • The mechanisms behind particulate clogging are probed by observing microfluidic channel clogging with high speed video microscopy. Results indicate the absence of a dilute-to-dense transition in the low Reynolds number regime, and indicate that steric exclusion at the channel walls causes particulate depletion as flow enters the throat of the channel constrictions.
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