Source data for the publication: Metachronal actuation of microscopic magnetic artificial cilia generates strong microfluidic pumping

doi: 10.4121/19915450.v1
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Toonder, den, Jaap (2022): Source data for the publication: Metachronal actuation of microscopic magnetic artificial cilia generates strong microfluidic pumping. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/19915450.v1
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This data set contains the source data of the publication: Zhang, S., Cui, Z., Wang, Y. & Toonder, J.M.J. den (2020). Metachronal actuation of microscopic magnetic artificial cilia generates strong microfluidic pumping. Lab Chip 20, 3569-3581. DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D0LC00610F.  This study experimentally demonstrates that microscopic magnetic artificial cilia performing a metachronal motion can generate strong microfluidic flows, with velocities of up to 3000 um/s in water. The pumping performance of the metachronal microMAC outperforms all previously reported microscopic artificial cilia, and is competitive with that of most of the existing microfluidic pumping methods. The data are experimentally obtained with methods described in the publication.

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  • 2022-05-30 first online, published, posted
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4TU.ResearchData
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Publication: .pdf Data: both in .xlsx, and .csv
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  • Bio-Inspired Microfluidics Platform for Biomechanical Analysis (grant code 833214) [more info...] European Research Council
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TU Eindhoven, Department of Mechanical Engineering

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