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Modeling Change In Impedance As A Particle Flows Past Electrodes
Posted May 5, 2020, 2:28 PM EDT Electrical, Microfluidics, Particle Tracing Version 5.5 0 Replies
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I am trying to mix the two example Particle tracing and electrophoretic movement. [https://uk.comsol.com/model/dielectrophoretic-separation-of-platelets-from-red-blood-cells-17013] Impedance change due to particle. [https://www.comsol.com/model/electric-impedance-sensor-7704] Still, I could not able to see any change in impedance due to the particle; irrespective of their size. I guess there is some coupling from partcle tracing to electric field. However, I can see the dieletrophoretic effect, even at 1V. which is quite small electric field for dielectrophoretic effect.
Many Thanks in advance. Vishnu
Hello Vishnu Abhinav
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